My family loves this casserole and it is something different to do with chicken.  You could make this with any chicken parts other than chicken breasts, too.

4 to 6 chicken breasts, boneless and skinned
4 to 6 slices Swiss cheese
1 (10 1/2 ounce) can Campbell’s cream of chicken soup
1/3 cup onion, chopped
1 (4 ounce) can mushroom pieces, drained
1 cup milk
1/4 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 teaspoon rubbed sage
1/4 teaspoon ground mustard
1 (14 ounce) can Campbell’s chicken gravy
1 (6 ounce) box chicken flavored stuffing mix (I used Kroger brand)
1/2 stick butter or margarine or 4 tablespoons, melted
Spray a 9 x 13 baking dish or a deep dish casserole with cooking spray.  Place chicken breasts in pan and place a slice of swiss cheese on each breast.  Mix remaining ingredients in a bowl with a whisk, pour in uncooked stuffing mix and stir.  Pour over the chicken.  Cook covered in a preheated 350 degree oven for 60 minutes.  Remove cover for last 15 to 20 minutes.  (If your chicken is frozen when you are putting the casserole together, you should cook about 90 minutes to make sure chicken breasts are done).  Enjoy!
Note:  I have not made this dish in the crockpot but feel like it would work that way, too.
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  1. I made this a couple of days ago, It is “out of this world delicious”!! The only change I made was…lightly seasoned the chicken with black pepper, garlic powder and seasoned salt (just a dash of salt, due to sodium in the cheese, soup and gravy)..

  2. The recipe calls for 4 tablespoons butter. Does this mean melted butter that you mix in with rest of pourables or cold butter sprinkled in chunks over the top? Thanks for the help! Mary

  3. oh Yes, Can’t WaiT To Make Thus For dinner Tonight

  4. Was wondering today what to do with some chicken tenders in my freezer and this looks like a winner! Will be on the table for dinner one evening next week.

  5. I will make this tomorrow, but will brown my chicken in frying pan first

  6. Betty Ferguson says:

    I made something very similar to this, but I put onion, celery, chopped apples and craisins in the stuffing, put 1/2 the stuffing on the pot of the baking dish, then put the chicken (I actually used Pork Chops), swiss cheese, soup and then topped with the rest of the stuffing. YUMMY!

  7. I made this yesterday, and everyone loved it. Here’s what I did differently: since my mom is 87 and has arthritis and trouble cutting meat, I cut the chicken into bite-sized pieces first, and sprinkled shredded swiss cheese over them, then finished the recipe as written.She appreciates a dish she can eat without having to ask someone to cut her meat for her. Thanks for a very tasty recipe!!

  8. Made this (with a few changes ;)) yesterday. It was very good! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Am having trouble printing this-any suggestions? Looks delicious!

    • Judy, If you click on the name of the recipe and then look at the bottom of that recipe, you will see where it says “print/pdf”. Click there and you can remove the picture and any text you don’t want from the recipe and print it. Hope this helps you.

  11. I may have to make this soon myself! My daughter loves Stove Top stuffing, so she’d probably really enjoy this recipe. In fact I may just get the ingredients and let her try making it herself since she’s becoming quite the cook! 🙂

  12. MMMM! This sounds sooo delicious. We would definitely enjoy this dish. I’m ‘pinning’ it to make one day soon. Thanks Judy!

  13. I wish they had a widget for the nutritionals, eh? You’ve a fine blog and this chicken recipe looks to be just perfect for a winter’s night:)

  14. Good Morning: Are there any nutritionals for your recipes? Thanks.

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