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This fancy dinner just got so simple! Easy to make and taste great your family is going to love this Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole.
Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole
Chicken cordon bleu always seemed like such a fancy recipe to me. I remember having it at one of our banquets in high school. At the time I was pretty impressed with the dish. To make this “fancy” meal something family friendly we made it into a casserole! Turn’s out it’s one of my husbands favorite. I made it a simple to make, and something I knew my kids could enjoy also. It’s important to me that I make homemade meals for my family. I love the time we get to spend together around the table. That’s why I love simple homemade dinner recipes like this one. It makes getting dinner on the table for my family a goal I can reach every night.
For this recipe I used Castle Wood Reserve® honey ham, sliced swiss cheese, and topped it with chicken flavored stuffing. You just layer everything on and bake! I started with my raw chicken cut into chunks with my broccoli. I then mixed in cream of chicken soup with Dijon mustard. On top add the ham, sliced swiss cheese, and prepared stuffing. So simple and so good! This was easily one of my husband’s favorite casseroles.
Now just bake it for 30-40 minutes and you have that “fancy” chicken cordon bleu all layered up in a casserole! I used my favorite Ham for this recipe, Castle Wood Reserve®. They have an entire line of deli meats for those who are looking for a trusted brand. They of course make great sandwiches, but I love using their deli meat in recipes or on a serving tray for guest. I also love it because it’s a quality deli meat with No binders, No MSG, Trans-fat Free, and Gluten Free.
- Stuffing mix for chicken, 1 box (6oz)
- Cooked Chicken breast, 3 skinless and boneless, cut into small chunks
- Cream of chicken soup, 1 can
- Dijon mustard, 1tbsp
- Broccoli florets, 3 cups
- Ham, deli meat slices, cut small pieces, 10 slices
- Swiss cheese, 4-5 slices
- Start by preparing your stuffing according to boxed instructions and set aside.
- Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F.
- Coat chicken and broccoli with cream of chicken soup and dijon mustard. Place in casserole dish as the first layer.
- Top with ham then swiss cheese.
- Last top with prepared stuffing.
- Bake for 30-40 minutes or until chicken is cooked fully.
Stop by Walmart to get your Castle Wood Reserve®. You will find it near the Walmart Deli (it’s not in the lunchmeat section).
What is your favorite fancy meal turned easy casserole? What do you use deli meat for besides a sandwich? Share all your favorite recipes in the comments!