Buffalo Chicken Pull Apart Bread is flaky layers of crescent roll with creamy buffalo chicken sandwiched throughout! A perfect holiday or game day appetizer!
Ohhhhh man. You are in for a treat today. For all of my fellow buffalo chicken fans out there, this one’s for YOU. Buffalo Chicken Pull Apart Bread is basically everything my buffalo chicken loving heart dreams about.
It has all of the flavors of buffalo chicken sandwiched between buttery layers of crescent roll dough. Plus lots of cheese. You’re into that, right?
While this is not a healthy treat by any means, I did lighten things up a little by using GO VEGGIE Lactose Free Cheddar Shreds and Plain Cream Cheese. The shreds have 6 grams of protein, less calories and saturated fat than regular cheese and more calcium. And it melts just like regular cheese. It’s perfect for your every day cheese!
I also did not shy away on the buffalo sauce. It’s in the chicken/cream cheese mixture as well as drizzled all over the top after it’s assembled. You could definitely drizzle more over top after it’s baked too. I say the more the better!
The tricky thing about this bread is getting it baked throughout the middle but keeping the top not too crispy. The first time I made this I greatly underestimated the amount of time it would take to bake and while the top was golden brown, the inside was a goopy mess. I think this has to do with all of the filling, so definitely don’t over-do it on the filling. Really just a teaspoon of the chicken mixture and a sprinkle of cheese will do it.
I also fixed the problem of it over-browning on the top while the inside keeps baking by putting foil over the top for the last 20 minutes. For me, 60 minutes was the perfect baking time and it came out perfectly done.
While I meant to sprinkle green onions on top, I was racing the nap time clock and completely forgot before I took pictures. So, if you’re into green onions, I think they’d go really well on top.
This Buffalo Chicken Pull Apart Bread could be a great lunch or dinner but would also be a great party appetizer!
This post was sponsored by GO VEGGIE Foods but recipe and all opinions are my own.