Chicken, Broccoli, & Pasta Skillet Casserole

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An easy and healthier chicken, broccoli, and pasta skillet casserole recipe. Ready under 30 minutes! 

If you are a fan of pasta recipes, then you are going to love this chicken pasta casserole! It’s packed with broccoli, pasta, cheese, and my homemade cream of chicken soup. Everyone loves delicious chicken pasta recipes!

I have been on the hunt for quick meals that are healthy and this definitely fits the description. The other day I posted a recipe for Homemade Cream of Chicken Condensed Soup and the soup is the base of this skillet bake.

Easy, delicious, and healthy – yum!

If you are a fan of pasta recipes, then you are going to love this chicken pasta casserole! It’s packed with broccoli, pasta, cheese, and my homemade cream of chicken soup. Everyone loves delicious chicken pasta recipes!

When I was a child we had many different types of casseroles because they were quick and easy – healthy didn’t always fit the bill too much.  I love quick casseroles, especially if they contain all of the flavors of that canned condensed soup.

This skillet chicken, broccoli, and pasta bake is a great dinner for those nights when you are in a rush. It is filling, contains broccoli (yay for veggies), and totally cheesy!

If you are a fan of pasta recipes, then you are going to love this chicken pasta casserole! It’s packed with broccoli, pasta, cheese, and my homemade cream of chicken soup. Everyone loves delicious chicken pasta recipes!

If you do not have any broccoli on hand, you can always use any kind of vegetables that you do have. I think stir-fry vegetables would be great as well.

You can also switch out regular pasta for whole-wheat pasta if you want to keep it really healthy! Either way is great for me.

If you are a fan of pasta recipes, then you are going to love this chicken pasta casserole! It’s packed with broccoli, pasta, cheese, and my homemade cream of chicken soup. Everyone loves delicious chicken pasta recipes!

If you have the cream of condensed soup already sitting in the refrigerator, then that is awesome! You will have to boil the pasta in a separate pot.

After the pasta is finished cooking, then you can use that same pot to boil the broccoli. In the skillet cook the chicken and then dice into small chunks.  I just used already cooked frozen broccoli – use fresh or frozen.

After the chicken has already been cooked and diced, add in the pasta, cream of chicken condensed soup, then the broccoli. I added white cheddar cheese on top to make it a little cheesy. Broil until the cheese melts and then dinner is ready!

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Chicken, Broccoli, & Pasta Skillet Casserole
 
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Serves: 4 servings
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  1. In a large skillet, place the chicken breasts and cook on medium heat for about 4-5 minutes on each side until done. Dice into small chunks and place back into the skillet.
  2. In a large pot, boil the pasta under tender and drain. Place into the skillet with the chicken.
  3. In the same pot, boil the broccoli until it is no longer frozen. Place into the skillet with the chicken and pasta.
  4. Stir in the homemade cream of chicken condensed soup and mix everything together. Add salt and pepper, to taste.
  5. Add the shredded cheese on top and broil high under the cheese has melted.

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Comments

    • Lucidialux says

      Hmm..chicken, pasta, canned soup and cheese. That’s still quite a bit of calories. Not sure if I’d call it “healthy” but certainly healthier than other fast dinner options.
      Definitely sounds yummy.

  1. Kimberley says

    Thanks so much for this recipe and idea! I made it tonight (as well as the homemade cream of chicken soup) and it was amazing! Such a great idea and so excited to see how easy it was to make the cream of chicken soup! Thanks again!

  2. says

    This sounds delicious but I wouldn’t call this a healthy meal. Pastas are not a healthy food. They are carbs which and add fat. They aren’t good carbs. Also pastas and breads cause inflammation in the body. And cheese is never healthy. But it could be worse! I can’t to try it!!

  3. Holly says

    I made my own take on this recipe tonight… I made a macaroni and cheese with a spiral pasta as a base, and I added the pan cooked chicken breast chunks and boiled broccoli to that… IT WAS SO GOOD… Just me and my bf at home but there’s enough left over to feed an army! I have Crohns though and I’ve been a bit sick the past few days so I’m feeling it now, but it was so worth it.

  4. Jeanine says

    I make a similar dish with cream of mushroom- always a go to dish when I need to make a quick dinner after a long day. Next time I’ll try it with the chicken.

  5. Alena says

    hi I was wondering, if I used Campbell’s cream of chicken soup, will one can be the same amount as what the recipe calls for your homemade stuff?

  6. Adele says

    If I used Campbell’s cream of chicken soup, will 1 can equal the same amount of your homemade cream of chicken needed in this recipe or do I need more than 1 can?

  7. Bella Eva says

    The dish came out good but a little dry. I recommend adding butter or mayo to your finished product prior to the “broil” step.
    I also sauteed fresh, crushed garlic for when I cooked the chicken.

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