Chicken, ranch, and bacon stromboli

Sometimes I wish I was  Betty Crocker and the Pioneer Woman, all rolled into one amazing cook, who baked all her own bread, made healthy meals every day, and took killer photos to document.

But in reality, some days I’m just trying to come up with a quick, easy meal, that I need for my famished crew 🙂

Stromboli is something I can make, and have no complaints. But this is the 1st time I have tried this recipe. And in fact, its not a recipe, but some thrown together ingredients.

I worked very hard at making the dough 😉 I went to the store, and bought frozen bread dough. I know, nothing to be proud of. I rolled it out, snapping quick photos as I went, under poor lighting conditions. sorry if you came to see pretty photos 🙂 Perhaps another time!Next, I added Ranch dressing, spread it down the middle, added crumbled, cooked bacon, and mozzarella cheese.

After that, I added the chicken. You could cook your chicken, and use that. You could use rotisserie chicken. Or, you could do like I did, and get canned chicken at the store. Yes, I should can my own chicken, and maybe I will eventually do all I set out to do with canning and freezing 😉 But this works for me, as I am all about quick and easy 🙂You could use whatever cheeses you like. I added a little cheddar cheese as well.I struggle with rolling the dough out evenly too 🙂 So for the last step, pull dough together, making sure there are no holes. Flip over, and add butter, seasoning, etc. to the top. And its ready to bake!

I actually just used butter on the top of my chicken Stromboli. I also made a ham, cheese, and salami version, and this is how that one looked, right before baking.And then, what is really nice, is when you have a daughter taking home economics class at school, and she brings home a salad 🙂 And that’s a wrap!

Thank you for stopping by! Share in the comments some quick meals you love!!

7 thoughts on “Chicken, ranch, and bacon stromboli

  1. So nice to visit with you, sweet friend. I have been thinking of you and praying for you. I hope all is well. I pinned this recipe. It looks amazing, and I know my family will love it. I love that it is so easy and not too time-consuming, too. Sorry I haven’t kept in touch too well lately. So much going on. God bless you and keep you and your family. 🙂

    • Cheryl, I’ve missed you too 🙂 I thought of you several times and just never reached out. I can let life get in the way 🙂 I wish we lived closer so we could meet up!!

      • Oh, wouldn’t that be so nice! I would love to meet face to face! I have been thinking about you and have some Plexus questions for you. Somehow, with all of our computer issues, I cannot find your email address. Can you email me? I would appreciate it so very much and hope you see this…it doesn’t look like you have blogged in a while. Hope to hear from you, sweet friend. Many blessings to you!

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