Buffalo Chick’n Crescent Ring
This is the type of dish that becomes a star and steals the show at gatherings. If you make this buffalo Chick’n crescent ring, and people will be so impressed and unless they are in on the crescent ring secret, they will think it took you a long time to make.
I saw these for the first time at a gathering, at my sister in laws, moms house. Let me tell you, I was so impressed. I proceeded to ask a million and one questions, of course because why not, right? She had made a vegan one, which I believe had spinach, and she had also made a regular buffalo chicken one. I only tried the vegan spinach one, but for some reason all I could really remember was the buffalo one. I guess, it’s part of the old, you want what you can’t have, situation. I couldn’t stop thinking about how awesome the forbidden one looked and smelled so I had to create my one.
My sister in laws mom, told me the secret about her smash hit appetizers. I was waiting to hear, that she had made it from scratch and what not. I was getting ready to do the whole, in one ear out the other thing, because I am not a fan of making bread doughs.
Except, I was in for a pleasant surprise when she told me she made it using store bought Pillsbury crescent roll dough, which just so happens to be vegan friendly/accidentally vegan, like a lot of their stuff. Come to think of it, I think that is the moment that sparked my obsession with Pillsbury crescent roll though! Now I always have at least one roll in the fridge to make sure I have some on hand if an idea pops up. Right now I just so happen to have two. This is not a Pillsbury sponsored post by the way.
Vegan Buffalo Chick’n Crescent Ring
- 2 cup chickpeas
- 1/2 cup vegan mayo
- 1/2 cup buffalo wing sauce
- 1 celery stalk chopped
- 1/2 large onion chopped]
- 1 tsp onion powder
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- Ground black pepper to taste
- For a visual step by step recipe watch this video...
- Pre heat oven to 375 F.
- In a large bowl, mix all ingredients together and set aside.
- On a cookie tray, open up crescent rolls and line up in a circle, overlaying each other slightly from the wide ends of the crescent rolls.
- Add scoops of the mixture onto the the very edge of where the crescent rolls meet.
- Fold the peaks of the crescent rolls over the added mixture and tuck under to create a seal.
- Bake for 12-13 minutes, or until golden brown and enjoy!