Buffalo Chicken Rolls

As I sit here writing, my son is yelling at me. And by yelling I mean whining. And by whining I mean squeaking. He is teething. His body is growing. And he has some potty issues {I'll leave out the details}. These are dark days, indeed.

It's funny the stuff you'll justify when enduring hell on earth these adorable milestones. The other night after an especially long day, I decided these buffalo chicken rolls would be dinner. Tim knew better than to ask questions. Mamma wanted her buffalo fix. And because they're baked, I hereby dub them healthy. Because I make the rules, and I pay the bills. Well, technically, Tim makes the money, but I do the actual bill-paying.

Potato, tomato.

  • 2 chicken breasts
  • Frank's Red Hot Sauce
  • 1/4 cup Ranch dressing {plus extra for dipping}
  • 2 packs egg roll wraps {but it only takes about 1 1/2 packs}
  • Feta cheese
  • Mozzarella {or Italian} cheese

Pre-heat your oven to 400° F. Shred the chicken (I cooked it in the crock pot on low for 6-8 hours), adding extra Frank's hot sauce to taste.

Mix-in the ranch dressing.

Here's a picture of the egg roll wraps you'll use. I couldn't find them, even when the kind Walmart employee told me they were on the "wet wall." Umm...okay. Twenty minutes later I return just to ask her to walk me to them. #jobsecurity

Lay out the egg roll wrap.

Place about a tablespoon-full of shredded chicken on the wrap. As we start, it's important to emphasize that you should not over-stuff them.

Toss on the Italian cheese {or whatever cheese you chose}.

Then the feta.

Fold the bottom corner over the filling.

Fold over the left corner tightly.

Then the next corner and roll towards the remaining corner.

Dip your {clean} finger in water and press on the last corner. 

Fold it over. The water will make it stick.

Place them on a non-stick baking sheet. Bake for 12-15 minutes or until they are golden brown and crispy.

Wam-bam-thank-you-ma'am. The picture above is how they look when flipped over.

Serve warm with ranch dipping sauce. If you want to get crazy, splash some of Frank's hot sauce into the ranch and mix it to get a spicy ranch.

Now go take these to a quiet location and enjoy. And think of me. And the chaos I'm currently living in.

Love and buffalo,

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