This chicken casserole recipe with brown sauce is delicious! Your family is going to go crazy with this recipe.
It’s so creamy and delicious. Plus, the crispy coating is amazing!
You can make this in no time. It’s the perfect recipe for busy nights.
Grilled Chicken Casserole Recipe
It’s so good and my family loves it when I do this. I steam the broccoli in the microwave so it’s an easy side dish.
It goes really well with this and it’s so easy. My son likes to dip the broccoli in the delicious sauce from the casserole.
It’s so good, plus I love that they eat their vegetables. 🙂
This recipe is really so easy! You can even use the roast chicken to make this recipe even faster!
I like to buy a roast chicken and have dinner one night with grilled green beans and baked potatoes in a foil package!
It’s such an easy dinner. And the next night, use the leftovers from the roast chicken for this amazing chicken and cheese casserole.
I love meals like that! It’s a time saver and great for your budget when you can make two meals out of something!
My family loves cornflakes, but you can substitute them for Ritz crackers. It’s just as good!
Just use what you have on hand! I even mixed the two because I didn’t have enough for the recipe.
This hash and cheese chicken casserole recipe is one of the best casseroles I’ve ever tasted. It’s loaded with cheese and chips and lots of delicious chicken.
Chicken and cheese casserole
Is dinner time crazy in your house? Whew! It can be stirred up around here for sure!
This is the perfect recipe for workdays, sports and activities. Just make it in advance and bake it when you get home.
Dinner will be a piece of cake. It freezes well too.
I love having a few extra meals in the freezer for the crazy weeks. The Pizza Casserole Recipe and Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes freeze great, too.
Planning the menu and having extra meals in the freezer has helped me save money on groceries by up to 50%! That’s a huge savings.
Plus, the whole family is so happy because they are eating really delicious dinners. Let’s face it, take-out meals are expensive and not always as fast or as good.
We haven’t had the best take-out experiences lately. There’s nothing more frustrating than spending a ton of money on dinner and everyone is still hungry.
Save yourself from the chaos and make this casserole that everyone will love.
This recipe is perfect for a 9×13 casserole. The ones with lids are very useful if you take this dish somewhere. I use the disposable pans for the one I put in the freezer. T
It also helps to clean up on those busy nights. This dish is also perfect for taking to fast food dinners or to someone recovering from surgery or with a new baby.
It’s nice to be able to throw the plate away. Plus, they don’t have to worry about trying to return it.
2 pounds of frozen potatoes, Southern style.
2 cups of grated cheddar cheese
1/2 teaspoon salt and pepper
1 cup of frozen peas and carrots
1/2 cup sweet summer corn, canned
2 C sour cream or plain yoghurt
1 can of cream of chicken soup
1/3 cup of milk
3 cups of cooked and shredded roasted chicken
Bread crumbs or cornflakes
Heat the oven to 400 degrees. Place potatoes on a 9 by 13 inch tray. In a large bowl, mix remaining ingredients except bread crumbs. Layer the mixture over the potatoes. Sprinkle crumbs on top. Bake for 1 hour or until top is golden brown.