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If you love BBQ like we do, you will love the BBQ Chicken Pockets Recipe. It’s easy to make and full of flavor. This recipe is perfect for summer!
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BBQ Chicken Pockets Recipe
Who doesn’t love BBQ? With Summer here I am sure you all are itching to get the grill fired up! Or, you could be like me, and have your outdoor kitchen area isn’t ready quite yet. We have a smoker and a grill that are just SCREAMING to be used, and they are about 99% ready…but they aren’t there just yet 🙁
But that’s not going to stop me from enjoying BBQ! No way! That’s why I love this BBQ Chicken Pockets Recipe. It has all the BBQ flavor and I prepped everything in the crockpot. So, it’s an easy and delicious recipe!
I got together a few ingredients and I was ready to get started. I added in the carrots and green peppers for some hidden veggies and added crunch.
I love using shredded chicken in recipes, it’s so easy to make! Just toss your chicken in the crockpot with a little chicken broth and leave it sit until it’s nice and tender! Once my chicken was ready, I removed it from the crockpot, used 2 forks to shred it and then added the chicken, Stubb’s Original Bar B-Q Sauce, and the veggies back into the crockpot.
I let everything simmer on low in the crockpot for about an hour. I wanted the veggies tender and the BBQ sauce to be good and soaked into the chicken.
Next up is making the “pockets”. When you unroll the crescent rolls, don’t separate them into triangles. Leave them as the rectangle shape and do your best to get rid of the perforation, so that the juices stay in 🙂 Just use your fingers to squeeze the sides together.
I stuffed mine pretty good. You will fill half of it with the BBQ chicken mixture then fold the top of it. Use the fork to seal the sides closed, and once again – check the perforation along the top. Use your fingers to pinch them closed if needed.
I topped mine with Sharp Cheddar Cheese before tossing them into the oven…who doesn’t love some melted cheese?!
Now, here is my BBQ Chicken Pockets Recipe, be sure to Print It and Pin It so that you can make it again and again.
- 1 can Big & Flaky crescent dinner rolls – if you don’t have big and flaky, regular would be fine as well
- 1.5 lbs of shredded chicken
- 1 jar of Stubb’s Original Bar B-Q Sauce
- 1/2 cup diced green peppers
- 1/2 cup matchstick carrots
- Shredded Reduced Fat Cheddar cheese to top the pockets
- Add 1 jar of Stubb’s Original Bar B-Q, carrots, and green peppers to the shredded chicken
- Cook on low in crockpot for about 1 hour – until veggies are tender
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
- Make crescent rolls into a rectangle shape – see images above
- Fill half of the rectangle shape generously with the BBQ chicken mixture
- Fold close
- Use fork to seal edges closed
- Make sure seam on the top is sealed as well
- Top each “pocket” with shredded cheddar cheese
- Bake at 350 degrees for 15 mins or until deep golden brown
- Serve warm
I hope you like these BBQ Chicken Pockets as much as we do!
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27 thoughts on “BBQ Chicken Pockets Recipe”
Yum! I can’t wait to try these out!! My family loves anything barbecue!!
Let me know if you try them – would love to hear your thoughts!
These look and sound absolutely delicious! Thanks for the inspiration. “Pinned” 🙂
I wonder if these would be tasty in a sweet and sour chicken
I love Stubbs BBQ Sauce. I makes everything taste better.
I agree 🙂
This recipe sounds great! It is simple and easy, with the crock pot doing most of the work. I love using a crock pot. These should become a favorite in my family.
This looks amazing…and easy!
I can’t wait to make this for the family! Thanks for the fun idea!
I am always looking for new chicken recipes & this one looks amazing & just yummy!! I bet my kids would live these, they seem to love anything thats been put into a pocket 😉 Thanks for the yummy recipe!
You’re welcome – be sure to let me know if you try it 🙂
A yummy and easy recipe, I can’t wait to try this! Thanks for sharing!
This sounds soo good. I wish I had some now.
Can’t wait to try these. They look yummy and easy to make as well. Thanks for the recipe. Pinning it now!
This looks good like to try this
I love this recipe and can’t wait to try it for my family. I think they will really enjoy it.
We just took a small trip down around Austin, Texas and I saw the plant where they may Stubbs BBQ Sauce. I love this sauce!
That sounds awesome – I would love to see it! Enjoy the recipe 🙂
I really want to try these
Thanks for this recipe, looks yummy. We love BBQ around here and will try this recipe, know my family will love it and be something different to try besides sandwiches.
This sounds great and easy to make.
Living in a town where Stubbs bar be que sauce is available, I have used it on many items, your recipe for chicken and crescents pockets sounds great and easy.. LOL, I also used to slip veggies grated carrots, especially into a lot of my foods to get my boys to eat them, now they are all married and love veggies, This is on my marked list, thank you for sharing.
OMGosh this looks and sounds amazing. I only with this was smell-o-vision lol.
They are VERY good! Be sure to let me know if you try them 🙂
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