Chicken Stuffed Shells

Hi friends! I am so excited to be sharing one of our FAVORITE dinner recipes with you! This is one of Kevin’s favorite dishes, and it is so easy to make! This recipe is easy, quick, and delicious! Since you cook everything ahead of time, this dish is super easy to whip up ahead of time, refrigerate, and then pop in the oven when you get home from work the next day. I really hope you enjoy it! If you try it out, let me know! I hope you love it as much as we do 🙂

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First, let’s take a look at the ingredients. You might even have these things already! 🙂

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One Box of Stove Top Chicken Stuffing
One Family Sized Can of Cream of Chicken Soup
One Box of Jumbo Shells
Milk

One Can of Chunk Chicken (You can substitute Fresh Chicken Breast here if you’d like!)
Shredded Cheese (Optional)

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{ 1 } First things first! Boil your shells 🙂

{ 2 } Next, prepare the stuffing just as the directions on the box state. After the stuffing is made, mix in either one can of chunk chicken breast, or freshly cooked chicken breast. (Mix the chicken in with the stuffing.)

{ 3 } Take a little bit of the Cream of Chicken Soup and line the bottom of a casserole dish.

{ 4 } Once you drain the shells and cool them off a bit (I usually run cold water over them so they are easier to handle) fill the shells with the stuffing mixture. (I always have shells left over, but I always use all of the stuffing. You could make two batches if you want with another box of stuffing and more chicken!)

{ 5 } Next, take the remaining Cream of Chicken Soup and whisk in some milk. I usually use about one cup. It really depends on how thin you’d like the mixture to be! There is no right or wrong way 🙂 After you’ve thinned out the soup with milk, spread the mixture over the top of the shells. Kevin likes cheese sprinkled on top, so I used a mixture of Mozzarella and Cheddar. This is optional, of course!

{ 6 } Bake for 30 minutes on 350! Since everything is already cook, you are basically just heating it up!

Viola! That’s it folks…easy peasy and oh so delicious!

Like I said, if you try this, please let me know how you liked it!

Happy Sunday friends 🙂

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