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Chicken Stuffing Casserole

Chicken Stuffing Casserole


Chicken Stuffing Casserole – Are you, in search of a satisfying dinner option that will be loved by your family? Look no further than our Chicken Stuffing Casserole. This comforting dish brings together tender pieces of chicken condensed chicken soup and a generous serving of vegetables all topped with a crispy golden brown stuffing layer. In 35 minutes you can have this delightful casserole ready to enjoy at your dinner table making it the perfect choice for weeknights.

Chicken Stuffing Casserole

I can still vividly recall the first time I prepared this Chicken Stuffing Casserole for my family. It was a busy evening during the workweek. I wanted something simple to make. Little did I know that this dish would instantly become a favorite in my household. The delightful aroma filled the kitchen as it cooked to perfection and my spouse and child couldn’t wait to dig in. Since that day it has become our go-to recipe so I’m thrilled to be able to share it with you.

What makes this Chicken Stuffing Casserole truly special?

Our Chicken Stuffing Casserole is not only quick but also an ideal dinner solution for families. It seamlessly combines convenience with comfort—requiring 10 minutes of prep time—. Delivers a harmonious blend of tender chicken either homemade or canned condensed chicken soup that is creamy in texture along, with an assortment of defrosted mixed vegetables.

What makes this dish truly special is the brown stuffing, on top which adds a delightful texture and flavor. It’s versatile enough to be enjoyed on any occasion whether it’s a weeknight dinner or a potluck gathering. This dish is perfect, for individuals and families who crave a satisfying meal without the hassle.

Chicken Stuffing Casserole

What You Need To Make This Chicken Stuffing Casserole Recipe?

Boxed Stuffing Mix (or Homemade Stuffing): Let us begin with the heart and soul of our casserole; the stuffing. You have two options to choose from. You can go for the mix, which saves time and delivers great flavor. If you’re feeling a bit adventurous in the kitchen you can make your own homemade stuffing. It’s, like a canvas where you can use your bread add herbs and spices that tantalize your taste buds and customize it to match your family’s preferences. Whichever path you choose your casserole is in for a treat!

Hot Water: Up is hot water. While it may seem ordinary this humble ingredient plays a role in hydrating your stuffing mix. It’s like the behind-the-scenes crew that ensures your stuffing shines when it takes stage. Just make sure the water is nice and hot so that it can work its magic of adding moisture.

Cooked Chicken (Diced): Now let’s talk about chicken diced into bite pieces. This is where any leftover chicken gets its chance to shine again! The diced chicken adds a delicious protein boost, to the casserole making it hearty and satisfying. Whether you’re using yesterday’s chicken or cooked chicken breasts, convenience and flavor fusion are key.

Sour Cream: Finally we have sour cream…Creamy, tangy and incredibly indulgent – sour cream is the ingredient that brings a velvety texture to our casserole. It’s, like a silky embrace for the ingredients creating a delightful combination of flavors and textures.

Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup (or Homemade Condensed Soup): Now it’s time to embark on your adventure. The canned condensed cream of chicken soup is a companion that swiftly adds creaminess and depth of flavor. If you’re feeling a bit more ambitious crafting your homemade version allows you to have full control over the ingredients resulting in an even cozier and more satisfying dish. It’s like choosing between your go-to takeout spot or enjoying a meal – both options hold their unique appeal.

Frozen Mixed Vegetables (Defrosted): These vibrant gems not only bring splendor to your casserole but also pack in wholesome goodness. The versatility of this ingredient is truly remarkable. You can opt for the route ensuring they are defrosted before joining the party. Alternatively you can use veggies that your family adores – chopped into bite-sized pieces. They’re, like supporting actors stealing the spotlight with their charisma while adding a touch of healthiness to balance out the decadence. So unleash your creativity. Trust your taste buds to guide you in selecting the vegetables that will bring your casserole to life!

Chicken Stuffing Casserole

Steps To Make Chicken Stuffing Casserole:

Step 1: Start by preheating your oven to 400°F (200°C).

Step 2: In a bowl of medium size combine the water and stuffing mix. Allow it to sit for 5 minutes so that it can absorb the moisture.

Step 3: Grease a baking pan measuring 9×13 inches then mix together the cooked chicken, sour cream, condensed cream of chicken soup and defrosted mixed vegetables in it. Make sure to mix these ingredients to evenly distribute the flavors.

Step 4: Next, it’s time to add the stuffing mixture. Simply spread it evenly on top of the chicken and vegetable mixture in the baking pan.

Step 5: Place the casserole in your preheated oven. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until it becomes bubbly and has a beautifully golden brown stuffing topping.

Chicken Stuffing Casserole


Take your Chicken Stuffing Casserole to the next level of flavor by trying this hack; incorporate a generous amount of your favorite grated cheese into the stuffing mixture before baking it. Whether you prefer cheddar, smooth mozzarella or even smoky Gouda the cheese will work its magic during the cooking process. As the casserole heats up the cheese will. Create a layer of gooey goodness on top. This not only adds richness and creaminess to each bite. Also forms a golden brown slightly crispy crust that will leave your loved ones asking for more. It’s a simple trick that elevates an already delicious dish into a cheesy masterpiece that will linger on your palate. Indulge, in this cheesiness!

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can I use turkey instead of chicken in this recipe?

Sure! You can definitely go ahead. Use turkey instead of chicken in this recipe. It’s a casserole so feel free to make that substitution if you prefer the taste of turkey.

Can I make this casserole ahead of time and refrigerate it?

Absolutely! If you want to prepare this casserole in advance and keep it refrigerated that’s not a problem. Just remember to adjust the baking time slightly since it’ll be cold when you put it in the oven.

Can I use fresh vegetables instead of frozen?

Definitely! Using fresh vegetables is an idea, for this recipe too. Simply chop them into bite pieces. Cook them until they’re slightly tender, before adding them to the casserole.

Chicken Stuffing Casserole
Chicken Stuffing Casserole

Chicken Stuffing Casserole

Imagine this; a cozy evening, with the enticing aroma of a Chicken Stuffing Casserole permeating the kitchen and your loved ones eagerly gathering around the table. This dish melds tender chicken, cream of chicken soup and vibrant mixed vegetables to form a balanced blend of tastes and textures. The highlight? A crispy brown stuffing topping that adds a delightful crunch. Whether you choose the convenience of a made mix or pour your heart into making homemade stuffing this recipe embodies both simplicity and comfort. It’s like a hug on a plate inviting you to relish each mouthful while creating memories with your family. With its balance and taste this Chicken Stuffing Casserole is an unbeatable choice, for any weeknight – it tastes as though it was made with love.
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Course: Dinner, Entree, Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Chicken Stuffing Casserole
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Servings: 6


  • 6 ounces boxed stuffing mix or 3 to 4 c homemade stuffing
  • 1 ¼ c hot water
  • 2 c cooked chicken diced
  • c sour cream
  • 10.5 ounces condensed cream of chicken soup or homemade condensed soup
  • 3 c frozen mixed vegetables defrosted


  • Let’s get started with the stuffing; Combine water and stuffing mix, in a bowl and allow it to sit for 5 minutes.
  • Next in a greased 9×13 inch pan mix together diced cooked chicken, sour cream, cream of chicken soup, and defrosted vegetables.
  • Now let’s add the stuffing on top of the mixture.
  • Time to bake! Place the casserole in an oven at 400°F (200°C) for 25 to 30 minutes until it becomes bubbly and the stuffing turns a lovely golden brown.
  • Once ready serve yourself a portion of this delicious Chicken Stuffing Casserole. Enjoy!


To give this Chicken Stuffing Casserole a variation make sure to use ingredients that are certified gluten-free. You can. Choose a stuffing mix that is specifically gluten-free or make your own homemade gluten-free stuffing using your preferred type of bread. It’s important to check the labels, on the cream of chicken soup to ensure it doesn’t contain any gluten or alternatively you can prepare your condensed soup that is gluten-free. By making these adjustments you’ll be able to savor every bite of this comforting casserole while also accommodating those who are sensitive to gluten.
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