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Old Tue, Jul-17-07, 17:43
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Default Chicken w/cream cheese and bacon wraps

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This was for dinner last night and SOO yummy!
Don't know if anyone has posted it here or not.
Igred.= 1 Pkg. boneless skinless chicken breasts or thighs(more economical)
1 block cream cheese
1 pkg. bacon
onion powder
garlic powder
sea salt
*toothpicks

First you flatten out the breast or thighs, by either slicing them through the middle or patting them out. Than you line them in a baking dish, cut the cream cheese in cubes, and place a cube of cheese in the middle of the chicken. Than wrap the chicken around the cheese, and take either a half or whole piece of bacon and wrap it around the chicken. Use toothpicks 2 or 3 to hold in place. Sprinkle w/onion, garlic and salt. Bake in the oven at 375 for 25-30 min. ENJOY!

*SO CREAMY and DELICIOUS!
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Old Tue, Jul-17-07, 18:03
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My brother in law does this exact thing on the grill...they are to die for!!!!
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Old Wed, Jul-18-07, 09:17
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Mmmmmm. I cant wait to try this!
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Old Thu, Jul-19-07, 09:34
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these are really good, but i made a variation of them::::

i used chives and onion cream cheese,
and rolled the chicken rolls in parmesean cheese
seasoned with garlic and onion..
drizzled them in butter and baked ...

omitted the bacon cause i think bacon can overwhelm other flavors... the parm cheese gave a nice crispy bread crumb-like texture
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Old Fri, Jul-20-07, 13:55
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Sounds like a good twist!
Will have to try that as well!
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Old Tue, Jul-24-07, 13:00
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THESE ARE AMAZING! I added powder ranch dressing to the cream cheese...and OMG! Bes thing I could have ever done!
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Old Tue, Jul-24-07, 16:34
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Sounds yummy!
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Old Sun, Jul-29-07, 18:23
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Made this for dinner tonight, and it was a HUGE hit!!! Thanks so much for posting the recipe!
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Old Mon, Jul-30-07, 23:38
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I make a similar dish I fill it with garlic and chive or garlic swirl cream cheese. Yum!!
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Old Fri, Sep-28-07, 21:40
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Sounded so good...it's baking in my oven right now! I'll let you know the results when it's done.

ETA: Oh man were these good. I added the parm cheese and butter drizzle as suggested above and they came out soooo yummy!
Had a leftover for breakfast this morning and they were just as good microwaved the next day.

Thanks for the recipe!!

Last edited by vegaskelly : Sat, Sep-29-07 at 14:28.
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Old Sun, Oct-28-07, 00:00
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Do you think this can be made in a lowfat version? Does anyone think using turkey bacon might work just as well to lower the fat intake?
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Old Sun, Oct-28-07, 00:04
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Originally Posted by Starymist
Do you think this can be made in a lowfat version? Does anyone think using turkey bacon might work just as well to lower the fat intake?

Why low fat? Atkins is a high fat diet. We NEED the fat for energy.

Rosebud
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Old Fri, Jan-11-08, 20:39
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I am bumping this one because it is so darn good!!!
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Old Tue, Jan-22-08, 15:05
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Here's my version of Chicken Cheese Rolls. They are a BIG hit with the entire family!
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Old Tue, Jan-22-08, 15:10
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ElleH
Here's my version of Chicken Cheese Rolls. They are a BIG hit with the entire family!



I bet they are!
I absolutely LOVE chream cheese & chives!
That recipe looks like another keeper
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