Cheesy Chicken & Stuffing Casserole

"The is so easy. Just throw it in a 1 3/4 casserole dish and bake for an hour. It's nice when you're in lazy mood, but still want a home-cooked meal. It's very tasty."
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Ready In:
1hr 15mins




  • Preheat oven to 350°.
  • Heat butter in medium skillet over medium-high heat. Add chicken and cook 12 to 15 minute or until no longer pink. Remove chicken, let cool a bit, then cut in chunks.
  • PrepareE stuffing in skillet according to package directions except let stand 2 minute.
  • Layer stuffing, chicken and veggies in 1 3/4 - 2 quart casserole dish. Mix soup and milk. Pour over layers. Sprinkle with cheese.
  • Cover and heat through (about an hour).

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  1. Oh boy! This is definately a comfort food! I made this and just tried it a few minutes ago, I had to hop on here and leave a great rating! This is delicious! It is early August but this is still great, although I do think this would be PERFECT for one of those cold snowy winter nights when everyone is sick of chili and soup! SUPERB! Thanks so much for sharing! Added to my favorites!!! Note: I did not add the cheese my 2nd time making this because I just was not in the mood for cheesy, this still turned out wonderfully!
  2. A very nice dish for the little effort it takes to make. I used three small boneless breasts and lined the bottom of the pan with leftover mashed potatoes first. Yummy! Thx VickyJ.
  3. I really hate to review a recipe when its not a glowing review, especially because I can be a very picky eater, but I actually served this to company and everyone thought it was just okay. Nobody had seconds or asked for the recipe. I also wanted to point out that I found 1 box of stuffing was not enough, so I had to run out to the store in the middle of fixing dinner to buy another box. Not sure if I was the only one to have this problem. My 4 chicken breats were huge (fed 6 people) so I used a 9x13 pan, and the stuffing only covered half the pan, maybe thats why I needed two boxes? The recipe didnt specify a pan size. Anyway, I can see why people would like it....just wasnt our style I guess.
  4. Comfort food at it's best. This was the perfect dinner for the rainy night we had last night. Thanks so much for sharing.
  5. This turned out really nice. I used a whole bag of mixed veggies (broccoli, carrots, water chestnuts and edamame) and sauteed the chicken with diced red onion. The only part I probably won't do again is top it with cheese. The mushroom soup seemed sort of gravy like and I didn't like the cheese with the gravy. That's just me:) Next time I might try mixing the soup with sour cream or some dijon mustard for something different. This is a really great recipe. Thank you!


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