Sometimes we just need help coming up with some new dinners and it can be hard to get the creative wheels turning in our minds. That’s where these recipes come in!
Chicken is a lean protein that almost everyone loves. It can be combined with so many different flavors and cuisines there are countless ways to prepare it.
I’ve scoured the internet for my favorite easy chicken casserole recipes and put them all into this list for you.
These recipes are sure to please whoever is eating them, and they are simple and easy to throw together too.
Give this list a read when you find yourself with chicken and need a fast casserole to throw together, there is something here for everyone!
The title of this recipe speaks for itself; it is truly amazing! A great way to kick off this list, this dish is creamy and cheesy.
The sour cream provides a bit of tang to cut the richness from the cheese sauce.
If you want to add some vegetables, mix in some fresh spinach or arugula before baking.
This chicken recipe is like combining a macaroni and cheese casserole and chicken fettuccine alfredo, two classic pasta dishes that never fail to please!
Imagine taking a bowl of chicken noodle soup and transforming it into a comforting, creamy casserole; that’s exactly what this recipe does!
This is a hearty, traditional casserole recipe that is easy to throw together and has a nice balance of vegetables and pasta.
The egg noodles are the trick, you can make this with other pasta, but the egg noodles provide the perfect chew and texture.
To ramp up the chicken soup flavor, try using half cream of celery soup with the cream of chicken, it adds a great taste.
Chicken and rice are a perfect pairing and this easy recipe doesn’t even require a cutting board!
Simply measure, mix, and bake and in one hour you will have dinner on the table!
Serve this alongside a fresh salad or some roasted broccoli for a balanced dinner.
This recipe is the perfect canvas to add your favorite seasoning blends. Add oregano and lemon pepper for a Greek flair, or some chipotle, cumin, and paprika for a Southwestern kick. No matter how you do it, you’ll love this chicken casserole!
Tender mushrooms and baby potatoes are the bed for crispy chicken thighs and a delicious wine cream sauce in this casserole.
A sprinkle of fresh herbs on top adds the perfect finishing flavor.
Don’t have fresh herbs? Don’t worry! Just use a mix of dried herbs you have on hand.
If you can’t find baby potatoes, just largely dice gold potatoes.
The white wine sauce is the secret to this recipe, so make sure you have a bottle to cook with, and to serve!
This will become one of your favorite chicken thigh casserole recipes.
This baked chicken casserole uses an Italian favorite in my household: chicken parmesan! Crispy pieces of chicken smothered in marinara and cheese, does it get any better?
If you’re really in a rush, use jarred marinara and frozen chicken tenders, it speeds up the process.
The best part of this recipe is letting it bake uncovered at the end; this results in that bubbly, stretchy mozzarella.
If you have kids, use their favorite pasta shape and they will want seconds. The whole family will love this one!
A five-ingredient recipe? Yes, please! This chicken stuffing bake reminds me of the holidays but it’s so much easier than holiday cooking.
The stuffing mix creates a crunchy topping that mixes with the creamy chicken inside wonderfully.
If you like making everything from scratch, try making your own cream of chicken soup to add.
It makes this dish extra rich. But don’t worry, the canned stuff works just as well in a pinch.
Another effortless recipe here! This one uses Ritz crackers for crispiness and salty punch.
Sour cream contributes a tanginess that leaves you wanting another bite.
Simply mix everything together, top with crushed crackers, and throw it in the oven.
Try adding some frozen peas or steamed broccoli to bump up the nutrition.
Pro tip: use the rotisserie chicken bones to make a homemade broth to use in another one of these fantastic recipes!
This is by far one of my favorite Mexican chicken casserole recipes.
It has everything you need for an enchilada-like meal: enchilada sauce, cheese, and corn tortillas. By cooking the chicken breasts low and slow, the chicken becomes extremely tender and shreds easily.
The olives are slightly briny, and the cheese is extra gooey.
If you only have tortilla chips in the pantry, use those in place of corn tortillas, they soften in the enchilada sauce.
You can also top with chopped onion, shredded lettuce, and diced tomatoes for some freshness.
Cheesy broccoli and chicken soup are at the top of my list, and this recipe makes it even better with the addition of pasta in this casserole.
It calls for Ritz crackers as well, but feel free to substitute any of your favorite crackers here.
The seasonings and fresh herbs add a nice kick to this dish, so don’t skip out on those!
Thanks to the creamy, cheesy pasta base, your guests or kids won’t even complain they’re eating broccoli, it makes the green vegetable delicious!
Chicken pot pie is one of those dishes that feels like it’s giving you a warm hug. With this version, you don’t have to roll out pie dough which is a time-consuming process.
Instead, it uses refrigerated biscuits which add a buttery, fluffy topping to soak up that delicious creamy chicken sauce.
Mixed vegetables make sure you are getting those vegetables in!
This dish is rich and filling, so you can serve it with a fresh Italian salad to lighten it up.
This recipe combines rice, chicken, cheese, and corn for a slightly sweet and salty casserole that will please the whole family.
Rice provides a great texture here, and if you want even more of a chewy bite try swapping regular white rice for brown rice.
Some sliced green onion as a garnish on this casserole would be a great topping for some added color and flavor.
Make sure to save some of this because it reheats great for leftovers!
You won’t miss the starches with the tasty grains of cauliflower rice that are almost exactly like normal grains of rice.
This recipe is like the cheesy broccoli one above, but with fewer carbs and more nutrient-rich vegetables.
It’s just as cheesy and creamy with delightfully tender broccoli. This divan recipe is divine indeed!
There are some great keto recipes out there, but this chicken alfredo is one of my favorites.
Instead of starch like potatoes or pasta, this recipe uses cauliflower which provides a similar base that serves as a vessel to soak up the delectable cheese sauce.
This is a great dish to throw together on a weeknight and take leftovers to work the next day for lunch.
It’s nutritious and will fit in a keto diet perfectly. Eating on a diet doesn’t have to be boring, and this recipe proves that!
Another great keto option, this keto chicken bacon ranch casserole is simple and straightforward to make and because of that, this has become one of my favorite keto chicken casserole recipes.
It uses a ranch seasoning packet that packs a flavorful punch, don’t leave out this ingredient!
This casserole is like fillings for a baked potato, so if you need to bulk it up or want to add a vegetable, add a mashed cauliflower on the bottom in a thick layer.
This way you’ll have a similar dish to loaded mashed potatoes, but keto-friendly!
Chicken cordon bleu is one of my favorite dishes to make, but it can be time-consuming.
Turning this fancy French recipe into a casserole is one of the best ideas I’ve seen.
The saltiness of the ham with the tangy Dijon mustard and crunchy seasoned breadcrumbs make a perfectly balanced bite.
Adding in the swiss cheese is like the cherry on top. I don’t recommend making many if any, substitutions to this recipe. It’s delicious the way it is!
King ranch chicken casserole is a classic Texas potluck favorite! It has the slightest resemblance to a chicken enchilada casserole, but with a different twist.
The addition of Rotel and bell pepper add freshness and bite.
If you like it extra spicy, try adding some diced jalapeno in with the bell peppers.
Instead of rolling the corn tortillas, you cut them into small pieces and mix them in through the entire casserole.
Of course, there is a stretchy, cheesy topping that makes it homey.
Fresh cilantro and crispy tortilla chips result in a scrumptious meal with this Mexican chicken casserole.
The creamy black beans and chicken provide the protein, while the cream of chicken soup and mixed shredded cheese bring the creaminess.
You can’t go wrong with this one! If you are a huge fan of nacho cheese Doritos, try swapping those in for the tortilla chips.
While that may not be the traditional choice, they are a tasty one!
Poppy seeds add a distinct nutty flavor to this chicken casserole recipe.
Cream of chicken soup adds a luscious texture and Ritz crackers make it crunchy.
This recipe comes together in minutes and is great for a weeknight meal.
I recommend adding rice to the bottom of the casserole to make it a fuller meal.
You can also serve it with some roasted asparagus or green beans. Try mixing in some Worcestershire sauce and celery sauce with the sour cream for an added flavor bomb!
I love a spicy buffalo wing; this recipe takes those flavors and turns them into a delicious casserole.
Cauliflower adds a vegetable to make it a more complete meal, while the cream cheese adds the fat needed for a keto dish.
I recommend topping with some blue cheese as well to simulate dipping a buffalo wing into a creamy blue cheese dip. You’ll enjoy this whether on a keto diet or not!
Teriyaki is one of the best sauces for chicken in my opinion, and this recipe is no exception.
What I love when I make this is it’s truly an all-in-one dish.
It has protein from the chicken, vegetables from the stir-fried veggies, and carbohydrates from the rice. And it’s all topped with a deliciously sweet and salty teriyaki sauce! Use whatever vegetables you have around, get creative!
Substitute coconut sugar for the brown sugar if you want to avoid refined sugars, it’s just as tasty.
Who knew stuffing mix and zucchini would make such a tasty combination?
I didn’t! But pairing the two with chicken makes for a delicious meal that is comforting and reminds me of Thanksgiving.
The mixture of cream of chicken soup and sour cream creates a smooth sauce that coats the chicken.
Want a tip? If you have leftover turkey and stuffing after Thanksgiving, pull this recipe out and make it with your leftovers!
It’s a new spin with those ingredients and it’s delightful.
There are a lot of delicious casserole recipes with chicken, but none are quite like this.
I can’t eat this recipe and not think of French onion green bean casserole.
This recipe has added protein though, with the same crispy fried onions on top.
One of my favorite tips is to add frozen green beans to this mixture before cooking, so it’s like a chicken and green bean casserole all in one. Anyone who gives this a try is going to love it!
This recipe uses chicken tenders which makes for a quick preparation time.
The fresh thyme and chicken stock give this recipe a savory flavor that is hard to beat!
If you want to speed up the process, even more, get pre-sliced mushrooms and pre-shredded cheese!
Then this meal becomes a simple mix, bake, and serve! Even though this dish has mushrooms, the rice and cheese make it a favorite, even for kiddos! Make this next time you need a quick recipe to take to a potluck, it will be a hit.
Bacon, potatoes, and ranch, does it get any better? The answer is of course, no!
This recipe is simply delicious. It combines classic American ingredients for a great game-day snack! Adding shredded or cubed chicken to this just makes it a more satisfying dish.
Try adding some sliced olives or diced tomatoes on top with the green onions for some added fun flavor.
These sort of remind me of twice-baked potatoes, but they are substantially easier to make, which means I love them even more!
Combining Doritos with chicken in a casserole is possibly one of the best chicken casserole ideas ever.
I won’t claim this recipe is healthy, but we all need a guilty pleasure here and there, and this recipe is mine!
It’s deliciously crunchy, cheesy, and creamy. Hey, it even has some vegetables in there!
The corn and green onion add a nice texture and provide some nutrients. Make this for your next party, your guests will be asking for the recipe!
- 1. Paula Deen’s Amazing Chicken Casserole
- 2. Easy Chicken Noodle Casserole
- 3. Chicken and Rice Casserole
- 4. French Chicken Casserole
- 5. Chicken Parmesan Casserole
- 6. Chicken & Stuffing Bake
- 7. Ritz Chicken Casserole
- 8. Slow Cooker Chicken Enchilada Casserole
- 9. Crock-Pot Broccoli Cheddar Chicken Casserole
- 10. Chicken Pot Pie Bubble Up Casserole
- 11. Slow Cooker Corn Chicken Casserole
- 12. Low Carb Chicken Divan
- 13. Keto Chicken Alfredo Casserole
- 14. Keto Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole
- 15. Easy Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole
- 16. King Ranch Chicken Casserole
- 17. Mexican Chicken Casserole
- 18. Poppy Seed Chicken
- 19. Keto Buffalo Chicken Casserole
- 20. Teriyaki Chicken Casserole
- 21. Chicken Zucchini Casserole Recipe
- 22. French Onion Chicken Casserole
- 23. Creamy Chicken Mushroom Rice Casserole
- 24. Loaded Potato Ranch Chicken Casserole
- 25. Doritos Casserole with Chicken
- Choose your favorite Chicken Casserole!
- Prepare ingredients according to the recipe.
- Be ready in 30 minutes or less!