Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 15 mins

Such a simple casserole that is very filling and delicious. A friend gave me this recipe when I needed something easy to cook for a family dinner. I've since made it several times and always receive compliments. This recipe is also easy to double, or even triple, for large families.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Brown chicken in skillet.
  2. Remove from heat and allow to cool a bit.
  3. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  4. Prepare stuffing mix as directed on box.
  5. Stir soup into prepared stuffing.
  6. Pull chicken apart into bite-size pieces.
  7. Mix chicken evenly into soup and stuffing mixture.
  8. Spread mixture into greased 9"x11" pan.
  9. Top with cheese if desired.
  10. (I usually do not do this, but its a personal preference.) Bake until top is slightly browned or cheese is melted.
  11. (Approx 15 minutes).
Most Helpful

This was very simple to make and very tasty but a little dense with too predominant a stuffing flavour for me. My husband loved it and I would definitely make this again. I will increase the chicken and use a little less soup. Thanks for this one, it's a keeper.

AnnieCan August 28, 2005

A very good casserole! My family loved it. We ate it all leftovers. I used cream of chicken soup and added some extra cheddar cheese to the stuffing mixture. I also used a 2 quart round dish instead of the 9X11 dish. We will definatly be making this again. I'd probably double it though because my mom and I ate almost the entire thing tonight.

Kristen in Chicago February 13, 2005

I served this to our usually Thursday night crowd and it was a hit with both the adults and kids. It was very easy to make and tasted so good. I topped it with crushed potato chips for extra crunch. I will definately make this one again. Thanks for the great recipe.

Winnipeg *Mel* December 17, 2004