There are a lot of different versions of this chicken pillows recipe out there. I actually adapted this version I am sharing with you from 3 different recipes – my mom’s, my mother-in-law’s, and one from Alisa Bangerter whose recipe was shared on KSL news in 1998.
This makes 8 large servings, but rarely do have have leftovers with my family of 5. My husband and two sons love them so much, they usually eat two each. I am also grateful Pillsbury finally figured out to make crescent creations. It’s the tubed crescent dough in one big sheet. No more pressing the seams together to make stuff. It made this so much easier.