This creamy Chicken and Broccoli skillet casserole is one of the fastest easiest gluten free meals you can throw on the table. With the kids today tied up with so many after school activities, effortless meals like this are great to have on hand. This chicken recipe is also a great way to stretch out the protein source when your kids bring extra friends home for dinner. And because the broccoli is smothered in sauce, the kids will be much more likely to eat it. To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at www.ezgf.blogspot.com All photographs in this video were taken be me. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use my photographs. The music used in this video is royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license. incompetech.com Ingredients list • 1 lb chicken breast, cut into bite sized strips • 2 tsp of Mrs Dash seasoning blend • 4 cups broccoli florets • 8 oz of a gluten free short pasta • 1 can of Progresso potato broccoli and cheese chowder • ½ cup of milk • 1 tbsp olive oil For additional free healthy chicken recipes, cooking tips and tutorials go to www.FaveHealthyRecipes.com To find this recipe at FaveHealthyRecipes go to www.favehealthyrecipes.com
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Thanks Glen. This? one is so easy it’s hard to even call it a recipe.
Looks like a quick and great dinner recipe! Love pasta in any form? ,good job!
Thanks? Sandy, this one is almost to easy.
another great recipe Anne, I just made some creamy chicken rigatoni a couple days? ago, but I will definitely try your recipe soon, I love anything with chicken and creamy pasta!!
Lol Lila, This was? my first time with Mrs Dash. It was pretty good.
This looks delicious! I have a Mrs. Dash blend but I haven’t used it yet, I’ll? have to try it on some chicken – great recipe 🙂
Thanks so much for stopping? by. We’ll find that perfect bread eventually.
And, I’ll be dreaming about a good crusty loaf until it’s conquered.
Thank you? 😉
The door to my heart 🙂 Cost effective food which fills a family? with the least effort. Funnily mine really love Broccoli.
I am blessed with a Gluten tolerant stomach but your great recipes work for us all 🙂
(Still searching, with you, for that perfect Gluten Free Loaf, we’ll get there)
Me? too 🙂
Your so right when it comes to the GF products,My store sells out of the GF Bisquick and sometimes I cant get it for a month, so when I see I grab 3-4 boxes! I am grateful thou that my local food store is carrying more and more GF Items! This weekend we went to Trader Joes which is 45 min away, I am never in this area but they have tons of GF items that dont cost an arm and a leg,There is? a Whole Foods Market close by,their nickname is Whole Pay Check. Its crazy how much they charge for GF!!
You have a? knack for making me smile. Hope you have an awesome evening.
Thanks Brenda, Sometimes it seems to be hit or miss when it comes to finding? gluten free products. I was actually looking for Progresso’s cheesy enchilada soup to try out but they didn’t have it at the market. I appreciate your kind words.
I? love your voice!! 🙂
Anna I love this recipe,,, I was just working on my food list,, food shopping tomorrow morning, I am going to look to see if my Food Store has this GF Soup. I love how you cook the Broccili in with the Pasta,,, Saves a Pan! YAY! I had made my weekly menu and was planning to make,, not sure the? Name of it,, but u saute chicken,, then add Par Boiled Broccili with tons of garlic Butter and serve over pasta.Ur recipe is much healthier and looks GREAT!! Ill let ya know if I can find the soup.
you talk? funny