Cauliflower Chicken Casserole

December 20, 2013

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  1. This looks really good. I think I might try it. I’m pretty much addicted to cauliflower these days, only I tend to just cook it up and sprinkle some parmesan on it, so this looks like more work but more of a meal than a side.

  2. Abi says:

    Made this for dinner tonight and it was amazing! I spread the cooked cauliflower in the bottom of the baking dish and then spread the chicken and cheese mixture over the top of it. It worked great!

  3. Sylvie says:

    I currently have this baking in the oven & it smells delicious. I also added chopped zucchini & red onions as well as the vegetables listed.

  4. dawn says:

    Sounds awesome but I wonder about the nutrition information?

    • azestybite says:

      Hi Dawn,

      Unfortunately I don’t do the nutritional facts for my recipes. I know that there are several sites that allow you to plug in the ingredients to get that info.

  5. Michelle says:

    The printing did not come out good. It is all blurry. Is there something you can do to fix it.

  6. Nancy Geisz says:

    I will be making this as per the recipe but tonight I was looking for something to use with what I had and it was great! Very versatile recipe so that’s a keeper for me. I had Monterey Jack and Gouda for cheese, 3 frozen spinach balls, 1 c frozen peas instead of mushrooms and leftover turkey for the chicken. Thanks you for adding to my recipe box 🙂

  7. Amy McCord says:

    Wow! What a surprise! I must clarify…I’m always spending weekends making casseroles to put away in the freezer for us to eat on those nights when I don’t have time to cook. I had labeled this correctly, “Cauliflower Chicken Casserole”. But I always make the “Loaded Baked Potato” casserole, and use faux mashed potatoes, topped with chicken, so that’s what I thought it was when I pulled it from the freezer. Upon baking and uncovering, I wondered, what? This has something green, that looks likes spinach. Well, we ate it, and fell in love with it! So I went to my Pinterest page and found that I had pinned it, and made it, and stuffed the poor casserole in the freezer for about 9 months. Needless to say, while we ate it, I was calling it “mystery casserole”…no more, now that I know what this is. Making again!

  8. Chuck Wilson says:

    Looks like the ingredients list is missing

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  10. Linda O'Brien says:

    This looks yummy and I have my older Brother and his wife along with her Mom and a dad coming coming for a visit. With diabetics to feed this is going to work out fantastic. I think I’ll make it tonight and do a test run knowing is gonna be great. Thank you for posting this!

  11. Linda says:

    I made this adding Campbell’s Cheddar Cheese soup (only used shredded for the toping) and a some sour cream. Don’t like mushrooms so I left those out.
    This is what I call “comfort food” … delicious!

  12. Gail says:

    Hi, I had cauliflower and chicken breasts in the fridge and was looking for a recipe when I found yours. Had to make some mods, I had arugula instead of spinach and no gruyere but feta and parm. I also diced two tomatoes that needed to be eaten and tossed them in. My guys loved this dish! There were no leftovers. Definitely going into my recipe box. Thank you.

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