This Cheesy Baked Chicken Macaroni recipe is delicious, easy, and makes GREAT leftovers! I can’t wait for you to try it for dinner!
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This scrumptious chicken noodle casserole recipe was submitted by a reader named Raymonde S. in Quebec, Canada. Ray created this easy, delicious casserole herself, and I absolutely love it! I’m so thankful that she allowed me to share it with all of you.
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I only made a couple small changes to Ray’s original recipe to use ingredients I had on hand. I substituted yellow mustard for dry mustard and dried herbs for fresh. I also added in diced celery since I had some in the fridge.
You could add in extra vegetables to this dish if you wanted to make it a one-pot meal. I served it with a side salad, and the whole family enjoyed every bite! This recipe makes a lot of food, so we had plenty of leftovers for lunches. It heats up really well, and I was sad when the last bite was gone. I can’t wait to make it again!
This chicken noodle bake is a cozy dinner for a cold night, but I wouldn’t know anything about cold weather now that I’m a Texan! It is still in the 90s here in September, but I love it so much here that I don’t mind. We’ve been in Austin for over a month now, and I’m enjoying every minute!
We are in North Austin, and I have the suburban life I’ve wanted for a long time. I know my husband misses the bustle and conveniences of city life, but I am so happy being in a quieter place. Every time I drive anywhere and see all the open space, trees, and gorgeous blue skies, I’m thankful that we moved here.
I hear it will get cold in Texas for a month or two in winter, so I’ll definitely be making this cozy chicken macaroni then. It’s worth turning on the oven for even in summer though. I can’t wait for you to try it!
This is my favorite kind of pot for this recipe: