Dump-and-Bake Chicken Caesar Pasta


Dump-and-Bake Chicken Caesar Pasta

Dump-and-Bake Chicken Caesar Pasta
Dump-and-Bake Chicken Caesar Pasta

"Easy dinner alert! There’s no need to even boil the pasta for this Dump-and-Bake Chicken Caesar Pasta! With spinach, roasted red peppers, and plenty of garlic, this creamy chicken casserole is a flavorful one dish meal that only requires about 10 minutes of prep. With a few simple, quick-prep, family-friendly recipes like this Dump-and-Bake Chicken Caesar Pasta up my sleeve, I feel armed and ready to conquer yet another chaotic school year. This is one of those awesome meals that everyone loves, and best of all? The pasta, veggies and chicken are all included in one dish (no sides necessary)!"

NotesCooking Just for Two? This is a very easy dish to modify for a smaller family. Just cut all of the ingredients in half and prepare one smaller casserole in an 8-inch square baking dish. Cooking process and time will remain the same.

Serves8 people

Preparation Time10 min

Cooking Time40 min

Cooking Vessel Size9 x 13 inch baking dish

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I absolutely love super simple dishes like this. They're easy to literally toss together on the spur of the moment and they're wonderfully tasty to boot. I've made this before and tinkered with the recipe a bit. I had a pepper and onion mix from Kroger one time and added that in and it worked well. I enjoy onions anyway, so that was fine with me. I'd like to try this with ground beef sometime. I've also sprinkled Italian bread crumbs on top along with the cheese before the final bake.

The seasoned mom never fails to disappoint. I love her recipes. This dump and bake chicken ceasar pasta look awesome. I love the kind of recipes where you can throw everything together and it gives you a complete meal. I also love ceasar salad dressing and never thought to use it in a recipe. What a novel idea. I'm definitely making this for the the family.

How great that the pasta does not have to be cooked beforehand but simply cooks along with everything else! I love popping everything into one dish, into the oven and letting it do its own thing. We used our garden fresh spinach instead of frozen and cheddar cheese because we had no mozzarella. We will definitely have this again because it really is a very nice meal.

This looks so yummy. I love the idea of a baked pasta dish that gives a hearty serving of veggies!

I've been making something kind of similar to this but with spinach and kale! Super delicious )

This Dump-and-Bake Chicken Caesar Pasta is truly a "one pot wonder" of a recipe. You literally "dump" everything in one pan, bake covered for 30 minutes, uncover, sprinkle with cheese, bake ten more minutes and dinner is served. It's a great way to use up left over chicken without it tasting like leftovers. I'm having my nieces over for lunch next week, and I'm thinking of serving this with a tossed green salad and some crispy French bread.

Since this dish calls for prepared ingredients that you probably already have on hand, it comes together in practically no time at all! It truly one pot dish, since you add the pasta to it uncooked! It's cheesy and full of flavor, so it is bound to be a favorite with the kids!

This is so easy to throw together! I love that the prep only takes 10 minutes. This is a great one to make in bulk and eat as leftovers through the week.


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