Monday, October 1, 2012

Heavenly Chicken

 Another delicious recipe from the Gooseberry Patch cookbook 

The recipes are the simple, down home, lip smackin' good kind of recipes that I love to cook for my family! You know the kind....they taste like you've been slaving in the kitchen all day!

Heavenly Chicken is one of my most asked for recipes. It's a satisfying, tummy filling, oh-so-good'll push yourself away from the table saying 'aaaaahhhh! That was good!'
This recipe only takes a few minutes to prepare, 
but it takes about 1 1/2 hours to start early!


6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
8 oz pkg sliced swiss cheese
2 10 3/4 oz cans cream of chicken soup
1 3/4 cup stuffing mix
1 cup butter, melted

Place chicken breasts in a lightly greased 13" x 9" baking pan.
Arrange cheese slices over chicken, covering to edges.

Spread soup over cheese., extending to edges.

Sprinkle with stuffing mix.

 Drizzle melted butter over stuffing.

Cover and bake at 300* for one hour. 
           Uncover; continue baking for one additional hour.
            (I baked it for 20 more minutes and it was done. I 
          think any longer than that and the stuffing will burn)
                                                Serves 6

                            Now, doesn't this look delicious? 

                               Happy Eating!


  1. Wish I wasn't doing low carb right now because this looks so delicious!

  2. I've made this exact recipe layered in the crockpot (I have a 6-qt. oval one). I think it was called Crockpot Swiss Chicken. Anyway, you cook it all day on low. So easy and definitely yummy!

  3. It looks SO good! Too bad it takes so much melted butter/margarine. I don't like butter or margarine, especially melted! I don't even butter toast!! It's such a shame because this really looks great! I'm going to recommmend this to my Sister who does eat butter. I know she will love this!

    1. Try using chicken stock instead of the butter, it should be just fine.

    2. If you dont use butter, you can use some chicken broth and olive oil to soften and let this brown ,would be a healthy alternative. :0)

  4. sounds good and not a lot of ingredients !!!!

  5. Yes, Heavenly chicken does look delicious, but I just checked the calories, fat and sodium amounts and if you eat like this very often, you will get to "Heaven" a lot sooner than you want.

    1. Then don't make it and move on.

    2. It's not a dish that we eat regularly..maybe once a month. Eating in moderation is the key! ::-)

  6. We make this about once a month and it's delicious!
    We use margarine, and low sodium soup.

  7. Is that 2hr's 20 minute's? OR 1 hr 20 min's?. Can't wait to make this...

    1. I can't remember if I emailed you or not...I apologize. is 1 hr and 20 minutes bake time. The recipe calls for longer, but it would burn. May just be a typo in the book. :-)

  8. Looks delish and making it for myself for dinner today! At 300 degreees I take it to mean 2 hrs and 20 mins.

  9. I wonder what the nutritional value of this is? Looks good and fattening.


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