Savory bacon, sharp Cheddar cheese and meaty popcorn chicken join forces for a powerful flavor combination stuffed in a golden-baked yeast roll.
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Cheesy Chicken and Bacon Pull-Aparts
1 hr 2 min
10 min
6 Servings
1 hr 2 min
10 min
6 Servings



1. Thaw frozen rolls according to package directions. 2. Prepare Tyson® Any'tizers® Snacks Popcorn Chicken according to package directions. Keep oven on set at 350°F 3. On a clean work surface lay out the thawed yeast rolls. 4. Press dough to flatten. Stuff each roll with 2 pieces of popcorn chicken. Evenly divide bacon, green onions and cheese. Stretch out the sides of each roll and overlap the filling to form a ball. 5. Place the 7 rolls, seam side down, in the bottom of the pan and top with 5 additional rolls seam side down. 6. Place the pan in the oven and bake 35-40 minutes, until the center is cooked thoroughly. 7. Carefully flip the pan on its side to remove the bread from the pan and place on a serving dish right side up. Serve with ranch dressing for dipping.

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