Chicken Bacon Ranch Pull Apart Rolls

When you’re in the mood for something different for a grab-n-go for lunch or planning tasty game day eats these Chicken Bacon Ranch Pull Apart Rolls will fit the bill. Buttery rolls stuffed with chicken, bacon and cheese are drizzled with Ranch dressing then baked until they’re warm and gooey. They’re so very tasty and easy to prepare that they’re sure to become a family favorite.

Chicken Bacon Ranch Pull Apart Rolls

I love having sons, they’re easy to please when it comes to meal planning. I learned rather quickly that whatever I plan to make there should be plenty of it. I’m delighted that they love leftovers and I never hear a complaint from them when we have a repeat dinner. I often try to reinvent leftovers a bit but, at times it’s an encore presentation of the original. That’s how these Chicken Bacon Ranch Pull Apart Rolls came to be using leftover roasted chicken. They enjoyed it so much that I began picking up deli chicken to make them as a grab-and-go meal. It worked like a charm and has now become one of our faves.

Tips And Tricks

Since these gooey rolls are designed to be pulled apart, it’s important to use crumbled bacon in place of whole pieces so they can be pulled apart more easily. Also, feel free to use light butter, low fat cheese and light salad dressing I’ve found they work beautifully, too. These rolls can be assembled in advance, covered and chilled then baked off when you’re ready to eat. You can serve them with a side of fresh vegetables and extra Ranch dressing for dipping to round out a scrumptious handheld meal. Other chicken and ranch combos you might like are these BLT Ranch Chicken Wraps for a quick lunch or take Taco Tuesday up a notch with these  Chicken Ranch Tacos.

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