From the recipe book A Man, A Can, A Plan. I served this over rice to rave reviews from my family, including the picky children. I couldn't find a 9-oz can of chedder cheese dip (the pic showed Fritos brand), so I used half a 16 oz jar of medium spiced Tostito brand cheese dip. I typed the recipe instructions as he had them in the cookbook, but I cooked my chicken for a bit longer than 5 minutes, and I added a bit of water to the pan with the vegetables so they didn't burn.
From a kids' cookbook. The cooking time is actually chilling time. My 10-year-old made this with very little help from me. The recipe called for gummy fish to put in and on top of it, but we thought that sounded disgusting. We didn't crush the wafers into tiny crumbs, but left some pea sized ones in the mix.
From the magazine. Though it doesn't call for chicken breast, that's what I use. I imagine it isn't quite as rich without dark chicken, I don't care for non-white parts. Make this ahead of time -- it has to sit in the fridge for 8 hours. I don't think the nutritional info Zaar gives this will be accurate, since you remove the skin and skim it, but the magazine gives it for one cup as: 137 calories, 16 g protein, 2.7 g fat, 11.3 g carb, 56 mg cholesterol, 247 mg sodium.
From a children's cookbook called Monkey Pudding, this is simple to make and very tasty. I cut the sugar -- it originally called for 1/2 cup, and it was plenty sweet. The original recipe said to chill for 30 minutes, but 24 hours is needed if you want the cookies to be nice and soft (so cooking time is actually chilling time). I use Voortman Vanilla Wafer Cookies -- about 3/4 of the package.
From Evelyn Tribole's Healthy Homestyle Cooking. I usually layer the tortillas with the filling ingredients to make a casserole rather than fiddle with filling them. We eat them with chopped onions, shredded lettuce, and salsa over the top.
I usually start with frozen chicken breasts so it doesn't fall apart -- though if it does, it kind of turns into stew. My family likes this over rice. Ro-tel works instead of diced tomatoes if you like a "kick".