Creamy Chicken Ritz Casserole Recipe | Yummly

Creamy Chicken Ritz Casserole

Penelope: "My family really enjoyed it. I enjoyed the butter…" Read More


  • 3 cups chicken breast meat (cooked shredded)
  • 10 3/4 ounces cream of chicken soup
  • 1 cup sour cream (or plain greek yogurt)
  • 2 Ritz Crackers (sleeves of, crushed)
  • 1/2 cup butter (melted)
  • 2 tablespoons poppy seeds (optional)
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium35% DV850mg
    Fat69% DV45g
    Protein53% DV27g
    Carbs3% DV9g
    Fiber4% DV<1g
    Calories540Calories from Fat410
    Total Fat45g69%
    Saturated Fat24g120%
    Trans Fat0g
    Calories from Fat410
    Total Carbohydrate9g3%
    Dietary Fiber<1g4%
    Vitamin A25%
    Vitamin C4%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Penelope a day ago
    My family really enjoyed it. I enjoyed the buttery crackers but not the entire dish. I added green beans, corn and used a cheddar cheese soup too and doubled. I will make this again and keep altering til I love it.
    Taylor Satchell 2 months ago
    It was so much better when I added creamy rice :)
    Miranda 2 months ago
    It didn’t really feel like a casserole but more like a dip I would say but the taste was very good!
    Vicky Pardoe 5 months ago
    Delicious! Tasted like something we used to have for a school dinners.
    Laura A. 5 months ago
    We made this tonight, it was alright though my husband enjoyed it (probably because it was drenched in butter). I used Greek yogurt and mushroom soup, I also cooked a batch of mushrooms for the plate then scooped the chicken on top. We both found it rather tasteless, if it was made again I’d start with only using 1/2 the butter.
    Sharon R. 6 months ago
    Fantastic!!! It’s perfect the way they wrote the recipe I added a few French onions and that was great too
    Bill Huebsch 6 months ago
    For some reason we have lots of Ritz crackers in the house, so this was a good way to use them up in a recipe. A solid meal, we liked it and will make it again, but does not make it past a number of other yummly recipes in our rankings. The crackers came out well and made for a tasty flavor enhancement. Did not use the optional poppy seeds.
    Lovah 7 months ago
    Really good. Creamy!
    Sarah Wood 9 months ago
    Really enjoyed it, easy to make!!
    Vikki Vásquez 10 months ago
    Easy to make meal. But it was a little thin. I recommend adding rice or broccoli to make it more fulling. Will definitely make again!
    Michelle A. a year ago
    This was great and my picky eaters even liked it!
    Sarah Mathis a year ago
    delicious! i make this on a regular basis. the crackers do get a little mushy where the butter goes on
    Rodriguez a year ago
    It was deliciou yes i but some cheese.on the top. most definitely I will make it again.
    Me a year ago
    This recipe was not one of my favorites. Rather flavorless recipe. The topping did not harden but likely because I did not want a whole stick of butter on top. This could be a good recipe with a lot of modifications.
    Q a year ago
    I put corn and chicken stuffing in it and it turned out pretty good, recommend putting uncooked stuffing in the cooked stuffing just got mushy
    Ivette Beauchamp a year ago
    added cheese at the very was very tasty.
    Holly S. a year ago
    i made 2 casseroles with this recipe adding a shredded Colby cheese to both. I added corn and green beans to one. They were both absolutely amazing. We'll definitely be making it again soon!
    Krause a year ago
    loved it and is definitely on my remake list. Husband thinks it might go well on top of toasted bread
    Amy Koehn 2 years ago
    This has always been one of my favorite casseroles. It tastes less casseroley. Very creamy, rich, tasty, and versitle...even for picky eaters. The only problem is it can be kinda addicting so if you have teens, big eaters, or big families I would double it so the size can fit your family. Also it is a very rich food so serving a fresh green veggie and a w it always makes me feel healthier lol!
    P 2 years ago
    It was good; however, I recommend doubling the recipe as it wasn’t enough for a family of four. I did add more chicken than it called for and some of my own spices to give the chicken some flavor.
    Connee E. 2 years ago
    It was really great! I added more chicken but that’s just because I have a large family! I’ll be making again!
    Thibodeaux 2 years ago
    It was really good, could've used some more crunch to the casserole though.
    Merma 2 years ago
    I will make this again, both the wife and I found it simple to make and delicious.
    Joe K. 2 years ago
    Simple great tasting
    Vendetti 2 years ago
    This was excellent...I made a few mods as I am the over seasoner of life...parsley some pepper, some salt, and used whole breasts and poured the mixture of them and covered with the crackers. Less “casseroley” that way...more of an entree. Super delicious!
    Mark P. 2 years ago
    Delicious. Did not change the recipe. Would make it again.
    Katrina Sinclair 2 years ago
    Everyone loves this! Not hard to make. Not too many ingredients to remember to pick up. I added peas and cooked chunks of potatoes in mine and added a crust using a Pillsbury crescent sheet.
    Christy B. 2 years ago
    My family loves this comfort food dinner! We leave off the poppy seeds & serve this over sprouted brown rice to amp up the nutrition factor. Making this tonight & it's smelling amazing! Thanks for this comfort food classic.
    Lisa Nichols 2 years ago
    this was amazing!! added some parm cheese and my own seasoning.... heated some sistersherb rolls and chowed down!!! deff gunna make this plenty more times!!!
    anne 2 years ago
    it was lovely used bbq flavoured chicken and added cooked rice into the dish

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