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Chicken Cordon Bleu is one of my favorite things to eat. I can remember going to my grandparents as a child and my grandma making this meal quite often. When I found out that it could be made into a casserole, I got pretty excited! I love casseroles and I love chicken cordon bleu so this was a real win. In addition to this dish tasting so amazing, it is very easy to make. You can quickly whip this casserole up on a weeknight for your family.
There’s nothing better than coming home to a homecooked meal such as chicken cordon bleu casserole. You can serve it with a variety of side dishes such as veggies, breads, and yummy desserts. what kind of dessert will you be making with this chicken cordon bleu casserole? I think an apple pie would really hit the spot, don’t you? Whatever you decide to make plan on this meal being a real winner. Enjoy!
Recipe courtesy of Food Network via Group Recipes.
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