- 3 cups chicken breast meat (cooked shredded)
- 10 3/4 ounces cream of chicken soup
- 1 cup sour cream (or plain greek yogurt)
- 2 Ritz Crackers (sleeves of, crushed)
- 1/2 cup butter (melted)
- 2 tablespoons poppy seeds (optional)
PER SERVING *
|Calories540Calories from Fat410|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat410|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Amy Koehn 13 days ago
This has always been one of my favorite casseroles. It tastes less casseroley. Very creamy, rich, tasty, and versitle...even for picky eaters. The only problem is it can be kinda addicting so if you have teens, big eaters, or big families I would double it so the size can fit your family. Also it is a very rich food so serving a fresh green veggie and a w it always makes me feel healthier lol!
Hello Nat! 27 Jul
It was good; however, I recommend doubling the recipe as it wasn’t enough for a family of four. I did add more chicken than it called for and some of my own spices to give the chicken some flavor.
Connee E. 11 Jun
It was really great! I added more chicken but that’s just because I have a large family! I’ll be making again!
Thibodeaux 5 Jun
It was really good, could've used some more crunch to the casserole though.
Merma 4 Jun
I will make this again, both the wife and I found it simple to make and delicious.
Joe K. 3 May
Simple great tasting
Erin 29 Apr
This was excellent...I made a few mods as I am the over seasoner of life...parsley some pepper, some salt, and used whole breasts and poured the mixture of them and covered with the crackers. Less “casseroley” that way...more of an entree. Super delicious!
Mark P. 25 Apr
Delicious. Did not change the recipe. Would make it again.
Katrina Sinclair 16 Apr
Everyone loves this! Not hard to make. Not too many ingredients to remember to pick up. I added peas and cooked chunks of potatoes in mine and added a crust using a Pillsbury crescent sheet.
Christy B. 3 Apr
My family loves this comfort food dinner! We leave off the poppy seeds & serve this over sprouted brown rice to amp up the nutrition factor. Making this tonight & it's smelling amazing! Thanks for this comfort food classic.
Lisa Nichols 25 Mar
this was amazing!! added some parm cheese and my own seasoning.... heated some sistersherb rolls and chowed down!!! deff gunna make this plenty more times!!!
anne 13 Mar
it was lovely used bbq flavoured chicken and added cooked rice into the dish
Gareis 6 Mar
Good but Would taste better served over rice or egg noodles. It was a hit with my kids.
Lauren B. 1 Mar
Sooooo good! I added steamed broccoli and sautéed onions & garlic with a little shredded cheddar. So amazing!
Kristin Bruner 25 Feb
Amazing! I made corn to go with it and it was so tasty! Definitely going to be a regular meal.
That Lady Photographer 22 Feb
Now that was a nice surprise. Placing the broccoli in the mixture before cooking worked a treat!
Colleen D. 17 Feb
Just made it as is.... super tasty
Gracie Anderson 17 Feb
It was great. I left out the poppy seeds and it was perfect.
Colly 17 Feb
Excellent!! Followed recipe. I would make it again.
Rob 8 Feb
Amazing! Loved this. I didn't have enough Ritz crackers so i threw in some Toppable ones too, which seem to be the same thing. I also didn't know how to measure a "sleeve" of crackers so I just made sure to cover the whole thing with a generous layer.
Patty 30 Jan
Not too impressed this seems more like a dip than a casserole . I even added bacon, broccoli and cheddar cheese to the dish! Flavor was fine but probably won’t make it again.
Anne Losekamp 30 Jan
Delicious! No modification and I would make it again! So easy and my 3 and a half year old loved it!
Nichole M. 27 Jan
It tasted okay but didn't really make as much as I thought. It ended up being only a part of a whole meal instead of what I was hoping to be a one dish total meal.
Jasmine 24 Jan
It turned out really good I will definitely be making this again. I also think it will go really good with some rice.
Rilee Garrett 13 Jan
soo good. reminded me of my grandma's. I doubled the recipe and added about 2/3rds of a can of mixed veggies. I would love to add water chestnuts like my grandma used to or at least a little something to add more of a crunch. Even still, 5/5 stars because my boyfriend's grandma asked for the recipe!
Maya C. 7 Jan
It turned out great! I loved the consistency...not too thick, not too runny. Also, I added a few things: peas, spaghetti squash, small chopped onions, shredded cheese, and Italian bread crumbs (to the ritz crackers). Great recipe!
Sara K. 6 Jan
Gotta say I was skeptical, but we all loved it. Made with corn-on-the-cob. Would maybe want to make a double batch next time.
Amie M. 4 Jan
I think next time I would add green beans to it but my picky eater liked it!
Shawn J. 3 Jan
Easy, flavorful dish
Stephanie Beeson 20 Dec 2017
Good and easy to make. I added 1 cup frozen peas and substituted alfredo sauce for the cream of chicken soup. Great weeknight dinner. served with a side salad.