Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

by Lisa Douglas

Looking for a good recipe for entertaining? Try this Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath modeled after Pampered Chef’s chicken broccoli wreath recipe. This new twist is CRAZY good, friends!

Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath
How to Make A Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

As you already know, I used to sell Pampered Chef, and I’m a HUGE fan of their products, their stones, and making wreaths, rings, braids, and twists. If you’re looking for something easy with a wow factor to serve guests when entertaining, whether for football, parties, or get-togethers, this recipe is it! (Not to mention, it’s DANG TASTY and ADDICTING to boot!)

Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

How to Make the Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

To make this wreath recipe, you will need the following ingredients:

  • Refrigerated crescent roll dough
  • Cooked chicken
  • Chopped broccoli I prefer cooked broccoli over raw, personally
  • Raw spinach
  • Diced artichokes hearts
  • Diced/minced red bell pepper
  • Minced garlic or a couple garlic cloves in the garlic press
  • Mayo
  • Cream cheese
  • Dill seasoning
  • Organic No Salt Seasoning
  • Shredded cheddar cheese
  • Your favorite hot sauce
  • Himalayan Sea Salt

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees. Steam your broccoli with a couple teaspoons of water in a sprayed medium sauce pan with a top on it until wilted. Cook then chop the chicken, broccoli, and artichoke hearts with the food chopper (or your blender) and mix all your ingredients together in a bowl while popping open your cans of dough.

Ingredients for Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

Arrange the triangles on the large round pizza stone angled outward.

Arrange crescent triangles for a chicken broccoli spinach artichoke wreath

You’ll want to use the Baker’s Roller to smoosh the creases together to lay the mixture upon so it’s joined together.

Smooth the crescent rolls for Chicken Broccoli Spinach and Artichoke Wreath

Here’s what it looks like when it’s flattened.

Roll dough for Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

Use the medium scoop (the absolute best size for cookies, meatballs, and ice cream) to scoop the ingredients into the wreath where you smooshed the parts into one. 

Preparing the Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

Next, top with red pepper. It looks SO beautiful already, doesn’t it?

Making the Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

Now, from here, you braid the triangles over the mixture, overlapping each triangle over the chicken mixture while tucking them underneath until all the triangles are folded over and braided.

Scoop Ingredients into Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

Bake for 25-30 minutes (according to the directions) but I keep watch until the top of the wreath is browning slightly, the crescent roll dough is nice and puffy, and the mixture is bubbly and heated through.

Baked and Ready to Serve Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

Slice and serve with the pizza cutter when somewhat cooled.

Sliced and Ready Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

Does this not look amazing and so so awesome? You can make it on a rectangular baking stone, too.

Ready to eat Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

This is so filling and chock-full of awesomeness that I can literally taste it through the screen right now. In fact, it’s already on my menu for next week, because I can’t go for too long without having one of these.

Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

What do you think? Would this make a fun recipe for one of your meals or a fantastic dish to share at a get-together?

If you like Pampered Chef recipes, try these out:

Chicken Bacon Ranch Cheddar Wreath Recipe
Pampered Chef Chicken Broccoli Wreath Recipe (my own take on how to make it)
DIY Homemade Uncrustables Sandwiches
Easy Pizza Bread recipe
Princess Doll Cake from The Pampered Chef’s Batter Bowl (and how NOT to do it)

Be sure to share this recipe if you love it, too!

Easy Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath Recipe
Baked and Ready to Serve Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

Chicken Broccoli Spinach Artichoke Wreath

This remake of the Pampered Chef classic incorporates spinach and artichokes into this delicious dish.
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Course: Entree
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 50 minutes
Servings: 8
Author: Lisa Douglas

Ingredients

  • 2 cans of refrigerated crescent roll dough we used Immaculate Baking Co
  • 2 cups of cooked chicken
  • 1 cup chopped broccoli I prefer cooked broccoli over raw, personally
  • 2 cups raw spinach
  • 1 cup diced artichokes hearts
  • cups diced/minced red bell pepper
  • 1 tsp minced garlic or a couple garlic cloves in the garlic press
  • ½ cup of mayo
  • ½ cup cream cheese
  • 2 tsps dill seasoning
  • 2 tsps Organic No Salt Seasoning
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • few sprinkles of your favorite hot sauce
  • 1 tsp Himalayan Sea Salt

Instructions

  • Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.
  • Steam your broccoli with a couple teaspoons of water in a sprayed medium sauce pan with a top on it until wilted.
  • Chop the chicken, broccoli, and artichoke hearts with the food chopper, and mix all your ingredients together in a bowl while popping open your cans of dough.
  • Arrange the triangles on the large round pizza stone as depicted in the photo below:
    making the pampered chef wreath
  • You’ll want to use the Baker’s Roller to smoosh the creases together to lay the mixture upon. The triangles in the center will be overlapped and look a little crazy, but that’s alright, though.
  • Use the medium scoop (the absolute best size for cookies, meatballs, and ice cream) to scoop the ingredients into the wreath.
  • Next, braid the triangles over the mixture, overlapping each, while tucking them underneath until all the triangles are folded over.
  • Bake for 25-30 minutes (according to the directions) but I keep watch until the top of the wreath is browning slightly, the crescent roll dough is nice and puffy, and the mixture is bubbly and heated through.
  • Slice and serve with the pizza cutter when somewhat cooled.
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