Easy Chicken Broccoli Casserole

Total Time
1hr 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 1 hr

Most of the chicken broccoli casseroles I've seen here all have mayonaisse. Ick! This recipe uses a mixture of three different soups instead for it's creamy texture. The original recipe calls for cooked chicken breasts and cooked broccoli. I don't have time to cook things before I cook them! So I've always used uncooked chicken and frozen uncooked broccoli. Seems fine to me! :) Cooking time doesn't reflect pre-cooking of the chicken or broccoli... I can't stand cheddar cheese so I substitute mozzarella because that's the only cheese I can eat. I don't like mushrooms either, so I never put them in. Feel free to experiment!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Put broccoli in the bottom of a buttered 9x13 inch pan.
  2. Put chicken on top of broccoli.
  3. In separate bowl, mix remaining ingredients and pour over broccoli and chicken.
  4. Bake one hour at 350 degrees.
Most Helpful

This was incredibly easy to make and used items most of us have in the house (even us begginers :D ). My boyfriend was also happy with it too. This is something I will defintely be making again.

Smockmock February 22, 2008

This tasted good, but some reason turned out very runny. The only difference I made was I used precooked frozen chicken chunks so I didn't have to cook it as long. I wi1l have to experiment to see if I can get this to turn out better for me.

Jadelabyrinth October 25, 2006

This was a great recipe! I too hate cooking before cooking, so I chopped up my partially frozen chicken breasts into small chunks and everything came out fine in the end. I also cut the recipe roughly in half since everytime I make anything in a 9x13 dish, I end up throwing over half of it away a week later. I used two cans of cream soup and maybe 1/8 C of milk. I probably should have used only 1 can and 1/3C milk, or 1 1/2 cans and 1/4 C milk since it did turn out a bit runny. All in all though, I'll probably be making this again since it was so easy, tasted great, and is very versitile in what I can add (or take away) to it. Thanks for posting!

Denise Nachtigal March 22, 2005