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Looking for an easy party appetizer or weeknight dinner that will impress your guests? This Spinach Artichoke & Chicken Crescent Ring is bursting with fresh vegetables, cheese, and rich creamy flavor — all packaged neatly in a tender, golden crust! This is cool-weather comfort food made healthier and faster!

Close up of a slice of chicken crescent ring

This post is sponsored by La Terra Fina. As always, all thoughts and opinions are mine alone. Thanks for supporting the brands that make The Seasoned Mom possible!

By now you’re probably well aware that I love simple and nutritious recipes that please even the pickiest eaters. In fact, I consider it a constant challenge to come up with easy ways to squeeze lots of vegetables into my family’s diet in a short amount of time!

Thanks to a few good {and healthy} short-cuts, this fancy-looking crescent ring comes together in a matter of minutes. Since it’s delicious at room temperature, it’s one of those perfect party or potluck dishes that can be made in advance and set out on a buffet table for guests to enjoy.

Or, if you’re like me and you’re just looking for a family-friendly supper that you can make during nap time and have ready for hungry boys after soccer practice…then this is the answer to your weeknight prayers!

A side shot of a crescent ring filled with spinach, artichokes and chicken

Fall offers so much fresh produce, so my goal when creating this particular crescent ring was to lighten it up by including as many veggies as possible, yet still maintaining a delicious variety of textures and flavors. Like I said, this is really simple and it comes together in just minutes!

How To Make This Stuffed Crescent Ring

You’ll start by combining the chicken, bell pepper, carrots, spinach, and artichokes in a large bowl.

An overhead shot of ingredients to stuff a crescent ring

Add in some shredded mozzarella cheese and a container of La Terra Fina Spinach & Parmesan Dip & Spread. Let me tell you: this creamy and flavorful dip is the KEY to this recipe!

This dip is:
✓ No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
✓ Gluten Free
✓ 50% less fat than the classic La Terra Fina dip
✓ 45% fewer calories than the classic La Terra Fina dip
✓ Trans Fat Free

Stuffing for a crescent ring in a bowl

Once your filling is prepared, then it’s just a matter of popping open a couple of cans of reduced fat refrigerated crescent roll dough and laying it flat on a baking sheet. Once you have placed all of your dough triangles on the tray, it should look like a sun! And we’re definitely not going for perfection here. Think “rustic” and don’t stress!

Pastry on a tray for making a crescent ring

The filling is spread in a ring around the dough, and then you can just lift the points of the triangles into the center of the ring.

Close up of making a crescent ring

When it comes out of the oven you will have a golden brown flaky crust that wraps around the rich, creamy, veggie-packed filling!

A crescent ring on a tray with a spatula

Thanks to a few short-cuts from the La Terra Fina dip, the refrigerated dough, and a rotisserie chicken, this fancy-looking appetizer or weeknight dinner is ready from start to finish in less than 45 minutes {and it can be made ahead at your convenience}. You can’t beat that, in my opinion!

La terra fina dip in a tub and a stuffed crescent ring beside it

Other Filling Options;

  • Any leftover roast
  • Any good melting cheese
  • Chopped broccoli
  • Sun dried tomatoes
  • Olives

Looking for more easy weeknight dinners? Try these favorites:

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A Chicken Crescent Ring with Spinach and Artichokes

5 from 1 vote
Prep: 20 minutes
Cook: 20 minutes
Total: 40 minutes
Servings 8 servings
Calories 204 kcal
A delicious and easy crescent ring stuffed with chicken, spinach and artichokes. Perfect for sharing!


  • 2 tubes 8 ounces each refrigerated reduced-fat crescent roll dough
  • 1 cup cooked diced chicken
  • 1 ½ cups shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese
  • 1 10 ounce container La Terra Fina Spinach and Parmesan Dip & Spread (made with Greek yogurt)
  • ½ cup finely chopped red bell pepper
  • ¼ cup peeled and finely chopped carrot
  • ¼ cup finely chopped marinated artichoke hearts drained from a small jar
  • 1 10 ounce package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and squeezed of excess water


  • Preheat oven to 375°F (190°).
  • Spray a large baking sheet with cooking spray.
  • Unroll crescent roll dough; separate into 16 triangles. Overlap wide ends of each triangle to form a ring (dough will look like a sun when you’re finished). Lightly press the wide ends together.
  • In a bowl, combine remaining ingredients. Spoon chicken mixture over wide ends of dough. Fold the points of triangles over filling and tuck under wide ends (the filling will be visible).
  • Bake for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown.


Calories: 204kcalCarbohydrates: 2gProtein: 17gFat: 1gCholesterol: 88mgSodium: 210mgPotassium: 173mgVitamin A: 1145IUVitamin C: 14.9mgCalcium: 217mgIron: 0.5mg
Keyword: crescent ring
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Author: The Seasoned Mom


Hey, I’m Blair!

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  1. Blair, this is such a clever idea! I’m never thought to stuff my favorite dip in a crescent ring like this. I think my husband would devour this. Gorgeous pictures, too! I can almost smell it through my computer screen! 🙂

  2. Whoa! This is fantastic, Blair! I love spinach artichoke dip! How creative of you to pair it with chicken and stuff it into a crescent ring!

  3. This Crescent Ring looks absolutely heavenly!! Any spinach artichoke food is such a weakness for me…so it’s so fantastic that you’ve lightened this up so much and included all those delicious veggies! 🙂 Pinned!

  4. 5 stars
    This is simply perfection, Blair! The ingredients, the ease in making it and your photos are gorgeous!
    Home run 🙂
    Saw you at Jebbica’s. Happy Weekend !

  5. Oh h this looks mouthwatering amazing, just amazing!! I love all these ingredients and my mouth is watering!!! 🙂

  6. What can I substitute for the La Tierra Fina Spinach & Artichoke Dip? I really want to try this recipe.

    1. Hi, Marianela! I hope that you can try this — it’s really delicious! If you can’t find the La Terra Fina dip, I would go with something similar — a container of spinach and artichoke dip from another brand, a container of spinach dip from another brand, or the like. You just want that texture and plenty of flavor! You could even make your own spinach dip if you prefer, but I know that every grocery store sells the prepared dips in either the deli section or the refrigerated dairy section. Hope that helps!

  7. How can you post only 2 carbs per serving when every pkg. of refrigerated crescent rolls are between 12 and 13 carbs each? What crescent rolls are you using that are only 2 carbs per serving?

    1. Hey, Pat! Sorry for that confusion. The nutrition information is always just an estimate, since it’s generated automatically by the recipe card plugin. If you’re counting carbs, it’s definitely a good idea to double-check! I just use the Pillsbury Crescent Rolls.