Chicken Dump Casserole Is A Miracle Some Folks Have Not Yet Experienced

5 weeknight dinner ideas chicken dump casserole

I needed something quick and easy to make for dinner so I turned to chicken dump casserole. What a winner!

Ah, I remember that dreaded day like it was yesterday because it basically was.

The flu had reared its ugly head at our house and everyone was down for the count except me. Thank God!

Mom can never be the one to get sick right? Right!

Even when I am a little under the weather I still have to function as if I am healthy and normal. This is the life of mom 🙂 Anyway, I needed a recipe that wouldn’t keep me in the kitchen all day.

That’s when I found this amazing recipe for chicken dump casserole.

You ever hear of a dump cake? Well, this casserole is basically the same concept. Just dump everything together in a pan and toss it in the oven. Easy peasy!

Are you super stoked to get this wonderful recipe in your possession? Great! You’ll get all the details on how to make this amazing dish. Happy cooking!

Wow! What an easy to make recipe. The other day, the flu had hit my household pretty dang hard. I was the only one who wasn’t sick, however, I had 4 other people to look after.

It seemed like everyone was running fevers and coughing….it was awful. So, I wanted to make them something wholesome and gentle on the tummy and I didn’t want to spend to much time in the kitchen.

Chicken dump casserole was the answer.

It only took me about 15 minutes to get this casserole in the oven and then it was back to disinfecting and wiping noses for this mama 🙂



3 cups of diced rotisserie chicken {or any other cooked chicken}

1 can Campbell’s cream of chicken soup

2½ cups cooked rice

½ cup sliced almonds

½ cup mayonnaise

2 cups broccoli florets

8 oz. sliced white mushrooms

½ cup crushed Kellogg corn flakes

2 tbsp Kerrygold butter, melted



Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine all ingredients into a greased 9×13 baking dish. I use a 9×13 because we like extra room for our corn flakes {more crunch!} but this recipe will fit into an 8×8 or 9×9 baking dish.

Mix up the ingredients right in the baking dish.

Pour cornflakes into a bag and crush away. They don’t have to be crushed to dust or anything – just break them down into smaller pieces.

Sprinkle the cornflakes over the top of the casserole.

Drizzle melted butter over the top.

Bake for 30- 40 minutes or until casserole is heated through.



Quick Tip: Serve this yummy chicken dump casserole with hot buttered biscuits.


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