Creamy Ritz Chicken Casserole

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I love to collect recipes that are tried and true.  My little binder that I keep them all in is a testament of that!  There are plenty of scribbled notes and recipes on scrap pieces of paper and even the backs of receipts.  That’s how you know they are the good ones!  This Ritz Chicken Casserole is one of those recipes.  It is comfort food at it’s finest and with school in session, everyone needs a tasty go to meal to put on the table during the week.

Here’s a chicken casserole that packs plenty of taste despite the simple pantry (and inexpensive) ingredients. This is good old American comfort food at it’s finest.

Nothing could be easier than this casserole.  It’s also a great way to use up any leftover chicken or turkey! I was first introduced to this several years ago when someone posted it in the kitchen forum on HSN. It sounded interesting and anything with buttered Ritz crumbs is OK in my book

Ritz Chicken Casserole only has 6 ingredients! It is a family favorite! Creamy deliciousness with a crunchy Ritz cracker topping! So good! This casserole is a go-to classic favorite. It’s one of those recipes that can be whipped up quickly and you don’t have to buy a long list of ingredients to make it. It can even be made ahead of time and frozen to eat for later.  Ritz crackers are definitely one of our Achilles heels, in that it’s incredibly difficult to stop snacking on them once we have one…so, add them to a creamy chicken casserole and you can understand why it’s a truly delicious, addictive dish that everyone loves. Basically, you make this and it’s game over. We love it for how good it tastes and the fact that it’s a breeze to make – does it get any better than that after a long day?  This slow cooker chicken casserole is so easy to make.  You literally throw all the ingredients in and then come home to a delicious smelling, wonderful tasting complete meal.  The Ritz crackers didn’t brown as much as I wanted in the slow cooker, so I took out the removable oven safe part and put it in the broiler for a few minutes to get the look I wanted.  Try this dish – it’s super easy and delicious.

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