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This Chicken Stuffing Casserole recipe for your oven gives you a flavorful dish in less than an hour start to finish. It is absolutely delicious!

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How to Make Chicken Stuffing Casserole in an Oven

Aunt Lou here.

When I was younger, I used to think casseroles were so complicated and hard. This amazingly delicious casserole proves how completely wrong younger me was about casseroles! It can be thrown together in less than 10 minutes. Then your oven does the rest of the work!

For this recipe, I used Cream of Chicken Soup because that is what I had on hand. When Cris made Crock Pot Chicken Stuffing Casserole, she used Cream of Celery. Both turned out wonderfully, so you can choose whichever you think will work better for you and your loved ones.

This recipe is comfort in a casserole dish. The flavors of all the ingredients meld together to give you phenomenal taste that is a delight for your taste buds. Everyone devoured this casserole when I made it. I am positive it will become one of your favorite must-have recipes. With it being simple and delicious, it is a win win recipe!

When making any recipe with meat, we highly recommend using a meat thermometer. (I have one similar to this that I love.) Also, make sure you are using the meat thermometer correctly. You want the tip of the thermometer to be in the middle of your meat at the thickest. Since this recipe is made with chicken tenders, you will want to check the temperature of your thickest chicken tenders in the middle of the casserole dish. That will ensure that all of your chicken tenders are cooked to a safe internal temperature.

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Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe)

This Chicken Stuffing Casserole recipe for your oven gives you a flavorful dish in less than an hour start to finish. It is absolutely delicious!

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Course: Main

Cuisine: American

Keyword: Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe)

Servings: 8 people

Calories: 237kcal

Author: Aunt Lou

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Preheat your oven to 350

  • In a bowl mix stuffing and broth together and set aside.

  • Place tenderloin pieces in the bottom of your lightly greased 9×13 baking dish

  • Sprinkle poultry seasoning over tenderloins.

  • Pour soup over chicken and spread evenly.

  • Once stuffing has absorbed all of the chicken broth pour evenly on top.

  • Place it in the oven for 40-45 minutes, turning halfway through if your oven does not cook evenly

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  • Looking for more recipes? OurRecipe Findercan help you find exactly what you need.
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  • As with any of our recipes, carb counts, calorie counts and nutritional information varies greatly. As a result, your nutritional content depends on which products you choose to use when cooking this dish.The auto-calculation is just an automated estimate and should NOT be used for specific dietary needs.
  • All ovens cook differently, so cooking times are always a basic guideline. Recipes shouldalways be tested first in your own oven and time adjusted as needed.

Nutrition

Calories: 237kcal | Carbohydrates: 8g | Protein: 32g | Fat: 8g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 94mg | Sodium: 749mg | Potassium: 606mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 185IU | Vitamin C: 6mg | Calcium: 25mg | Iron: 1mg

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  1. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (10)Tracy L Twisdale says

    Easy & Delicious

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  2. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (11)Bre says

    I usually make this in the crockpot. Should it be covered in the oven while cooking?

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    • Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (12)Aunt Lou says

      Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (13)
      I did not cover it when I baked it. Enjoy!

  3. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (14)Gordyne R Bechard says

    Was a big hit they wanted more

    Reply

  4. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (15)Courtney Bledsoe says

    Does this freeze well? Should it be raw or cooked for the freezer? I imagine you should add extra time for cooking from frozen unless you thaw it first.

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    • Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (16)Aunt Lou says

      Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (17)
      I wouldn’t recommend freezing this one. I am afraid the stuffing would not hold up well in the reheating after thawing.

  5. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (18)Penelope Ruth Harrison says

    Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (19)
    We really enjoyed this. I thought it needed more stuffing. Do you think you could double the stuffing if they pan was a little bigger. Thanks for your good recipes.

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    • Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (20)Aunt Lou says

      Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (21)
      I haven’t tried this with double stuffing, but more stuffing is always a plus in my book! I think it might work. You would want to make sure to watch it closely the first time you make it so you can adjust the cooking time, if needed. If you give it a try, let me know how it goes!

  6. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (22)Candace Shealy Gosnell says

    Thanks for a great, quick & easy dinner.

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  7. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (23)Cindy says

    Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (24)
    I have made this several times. I also add chicken broth to the soup about 1/2 cup, mix well before pouring on chicken. I add frozen vegetables to the top of the soup. I sauté chopped celery and 1 small onion in 3 tablespoons of butter and pour in soaked stuffing mix then pour on top of vegetables. Bake the same. We love it as a one dish meal.

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  8. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (25)Angela Salyers says

    Did you use fully cooked chicken like rotisserie? Or uncooked chicken?

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    • Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (26)Aunt Lou says

      Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (27)
      This recipe uses raw chicken. Enjoy!

  9. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (28)Julie says

    Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (29)
    Awesome! I have been looking for this recipe for awhile.. Thanks!

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  10. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (30)Michelle says

    Do u cover it when cooking

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    • Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (31)Aunt Lou says

      Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (32)
      I did not cover it while cooking. I hope you enjoy this as much as we do!

  11. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (33)Amy says

    This looks good. Can I just make homemade dressing and use that instead of Dtove Top stuffing mix?

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    • Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (34)Aunt Lou says

      Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (35)
      I haven’t tried this recipe with homemade dressing. If you give it a try, let me know how it goes!

  12. Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (36)Maria says

    Do you add a can of milk to the cream of chicken?

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    • Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (37)Aunt Lou says

      Chicken Stuffing Casserole (Oven Recipe) - Recipes That Crock! (38)
      Hi Maria!

      You do not. Just spread it out in its condensed form.

      Enjoy!

      Aunt Lou

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