Thursday, October 13, 2011

4 Ingredient Swiss Chicken Recipe

Another delicious recipe that tastes better SO MUCH BETTER than it looks!  Here is a recipe that includes 4 ingredients.  How easy is that!  And it is delicious, one of the family favorites that I enjoyed as a kid, where (no offense Mom!) most of our entrees included a can of some-sort of Campbell's soup.  Serve this with some whole-grain biscuits & green beans for a comforting, warm meal.

Baking Time:  35 minutes; Oven Temperature:  375*F; Servings:  4-5 servings (depending on how big your chicken breasts are!  I recommend 5 ounces per chicken breast)

-One can of Campbell's Cream of Mushroom Soup
-4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
-1 box of Stove Top stuffing
-8 slices of 2% Swiss Cheese

This is so easy.  Make the box of Stove Top stuffing in the microwave.  Spread the can of mushroom soup on the bottom of a casserole dish.  Place the chicken breasts on top of the soup.  Place the slices of Swiss cheese on top of the raw chicken breasts.  Finish by placing the cooked Stove Top stuffing over the Swiss cheese.  Cover the casserole with aluminum foil and place in the over for 35 minutes at 375*F.
For 4 servings:  Calories:  405 calories/serving; Protein:  35 grams/serving; Carbohydrates:  28 grams/serving; Total Fat:  13 grams/serving; Sodium:  837 mg/serving---which you could reduce with reduced sodium products as well! Average price per serving is $1.74.

It will smell wonderful and taste great!  I am sure some of you have a different version of the same recipe and I would LOVE for you to share!


  1. What can you use if you are terrified of mushrooms, like me? Cream of celery? Cream of chicken?

  2. Yes! Actually, I switch between cream of mushroom and cream of chicken. Cream of chicken tastes great too! I bet cream of celery would work too, if you make it-let me know how it turns out! :)

  3. This one I'll have to try. Sounds yummy!

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