Easy Chicken Breast Casserole for Crockpot or Oven

Easy Chicken Breast Casserole for Crockpot or Oven

Ready in 45 minutes
13 review(s) averaging 4.1. 100% would make again

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"Easy to Make -- Can make in Oven or Crockpot"

"Good recipe makes a lot of food. I thought that because there was no seasoning for the chicken it was going to taste bland so I salted the chicken please don't do that because the broth, soup, and butter is enough because mine came out salty. But over all the family liked it and we make it again."

- fryerpooh

Ingredients

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6 chicken breasts; (uncooked) -- cut in pieces
3 cans cream of chicken soup
1 can Chicken broth
1 large pepperidge farms stuffing mix; (cornbread)
1 1/2sticks Butter or margarine
1 cup milk

Original recipe makes 6

Servings  

Preparation

In the bottom of the backing dish (or crockpot) place chicken breasts, dice the chicken.

Mix together 3 cans of cream of chicken soup with 1/2 cup (can) of chicken broth. Pour over chicken.

Melt 1 1/2 sticks butter with remaining 1/2 cup (can) of chicken broth. Mix with package of stuffing.

Pour on top of chicken. Then pour 1 cup of milk over all and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

If cooking in the crockpot -- cook for 5 hours on high -- or all day on low.

Notes

This is easy to make and tastes great.

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photo by Kellonm2 Kellonm2

So FABULOUS~ photo by Moongypsy Moongypsy

photo by tinajames tinajames

photo by Kellonm2 Kellonm2

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This was super easy to make, but I would have to say a little too rich for me. Made tons of food though. I think it was just too much soup for this recipe. I did make it in my crockpot so maybe that had something to do with it.
Kerrymp 1 year ago
Kyle607 1 year ago
It was tasty, but pretty plain. I would suggest maybe adding some carrots, broccoli or anything else to it.
heatherannecaywood 1 year ago
Good recipe makes a lot of food. I thought that because there was no seasoning for the chicken it was going to taste bland so I salted the chicken please don't do that because the broth, soup, and butter is enough because mine came out salty. But over all the family liked it and we make it again.
fryerpooh 1 year ago
Very yummy I used 1 can of cream of chicken 1 can of cream of chicken and mushroom and 1 can of cream of mushroom we loved it will make again served with mixed veggies and chicken rice
mmr2007 1 year ago
Made it, UK. I added some carrots and brussel sprouts. For super speed I used pre-cooked (or left overs) chicken, veg and chicken Oxo cubes!
K1tKat 2 years ago
This is like Holiday dinner in one dish, I substituted one can of soup with cream of chicken and mushroom and added a 10 oz bag of frozen white & yellow corn on top of the soup mixture, under the stuffing. We call this a crockpot full of love~
Moongypsy 2 years ago
Delicious! A huge hit at my house and is going on the menu again in the future. Thanks for sharing!
Jlbond 2 years ago
Easy to prepare, chicken was very tender. I put frozen chicken breasts in and decreased the butter to half. Kids loved it, so as we say in our house-it's a make again!
PenRoot 2 years ago
Easy to prep it's and delish!
JAcuti 2 years ago
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