This Easy Chicken Spaghetti Casserole is a favorite around here! It’s a simple weeknight dinner.
So from what I understand school is going to be starting soon.
I think I might dislike school now more as an adult than I ever did as a kid.
I mean, yes, I appreciate the routine…I appreciate all the teachers…I love the fact that my kids are taken away in the morning and returned safe and sound in the afternoon.
I love back to school shopping…and I love a quiet house for a few hours.
But I hate homework.
Like hate hate.
And trust me I get it, it’s my kid’s work, not mine. I don’t do their homework for them, but I do have to wrangle them.
And check their homework..which half the time I don’t even know…
Math is way harder nowadays. It’s a fact.
And I sometimes forget how to speak English correctly. I try y’all. I TRY.
But anyway, one thing I can do is make a quick dinner for school nights.
I mean, most of the time.
And Chicken Spaghetti is a super easy one that we all really like!
I love to make the whole process a little quicker by picking up a Rotisserie Chicken at the supermarket. You could certainly use cubed chicken breast, but I take a short-cut on this one and let the store do the work for me.
Just shred it up. You’ll get about about 4 cups from a Rotisserie Chicken.
Then mix in almost all the other ingredients…you have Cream of Chicken Soup, Tomato Sauce, Sour Cream, Melted Butter and seasonings.
I have actually been working with Challenge Butter this year and they have amazing new Spreadable Butters that would be fantastic if used in place of the melted butter in this recipe! The fact that it’s already seasoned just adds to the flavor and helps you skip a step when adding your spices!! I am especially partial to the Roasted Garlic and Herb.
Then you’re going to cook some spaghetti. Break your noodles in half before you cook them..it’ll be nicer in the casserole to have shorter noodles!
Then mix it all up with the chicken…
Place it in a casserole dish and sprinkle with cheese…
I love to add breadcrumbs to this on top for a bit of crunch and texture, but you could absolutely omit this step if you want!
When it’s done baking it will look pretty…
The breadcrumbs will be toasted and it will be hot and bubbly…
Then serve it up!
*I was compensated by Challenge Dairy for this post, but all opinions expressed are my own. This is a recipe that we eat around here regularly!