It's festive and so entirely edible. Which makes it edibly festive and festively edible. Or, shall we say fedible? Estive? Festividible? Ah, heck. Let's just stuff this puppy in our mouth, make a toast to fabs food, and not say a thing!
Line up the ingredients! You can have these things all shopped for and sitting in your fridge and freezer, awaiting the exact moment when your holiday bakeage strikes.
To get this thing baked up and in your face, it's seriously so easy. Just mix the filling together. Chicken. Cheese. Green Giant Cheesy Broccoli and Rice Steamers. Bam!
Now open a tube of Pillsbury Crescent dough, pull it in halfsies, pinch the diagonal together, then mold it into a flat round on a parchment-lined baking sheet or pizza pan. Mound the filling on the dough, leaving about 1/4" of crescent dough open around the edges.
Mound the filling on the dough, leaving about 1/4" of crescent dough open around the edges.
Open the second tube of crescent dough. Unroll, split into two long pieces, pinch the diagonal perforations together, then place over the top of the filling. Pinch the edges together.
Brush milk over the top layer of your crescent dough.
Sprankle it all up with sesame seeds. Toss some over your shoulder for good luck. Congrats! You'll be married in a month!
Bake and top with cherry tomatoes. Decorate your wreath right up with a little bunch of Italian parsley to add some easy holiday flair. You know, hlair. It's a thing.
Serve and slice for the ultimate easy, fedible party eat. Happy Holidays!
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