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I made this with skinless boneless chicken breasts that I cooked up quickly in a saute pan with olive oil and a little garlic powder. I made it once as posted and we loved it. However, my BF asked me to double the spinach the next time, which I did. Good choice if you want to increase the veggies or stretch this dish a bit. Excellent flavor, low-card, and lean-protein: a winning combo in my house.

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kolleen1021 October 01, 2009

This was a quick easy recipe. My husband enjoyed it. For some reason the cheese stuck to the chicken, which dried the chicken out a little. Next time I may mix the indredients together before cooking and see what happens. The spinach, mushrooms and onions were fantastic. I think I may make that as a side dish without the chicken. Thanks for sharing.

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Lighthouse Rita March 15, 2009

This chicken casserole was a nice quick supper but we found it a little bland, another time I would add a few spices to kick it up a bit. I had some shredded chicken in the freezer to use up, it worked well enough, also used fresh spinach and canned mushrooms with low fat cheddar. Served it over broccoli rice.

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Derf November 29, 2005

Yum! Very good. I used fresh spinach, and portabello mushrooms. I recommend you do the same.

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polkaranger June 25, 2004
Healthy Chicken Casserole