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You might have all heard of the “crack chicken dip” recipe that is taking the cooking world by storm. If you made that recipe and loved it you had better hold on to your horses….er…chickens because this is cracked out chicken alfredo bake! Guys and gals, you have my solemn word that you are going to absolutely love this dinner dish. It’s creamy, dreamy, and filled with bacon and cheese! Yum! My entire family loved this meal and devoured it up like hungry little heifers. It was seriously one of the easiest and most delicious casseroles that I’ve ever made.
What I liked best about this recipe are its basic ingredients. Sometimes, the more basic the ingredients the better the food. There is no fancy footwork in this cracked out chicken alfredo at all. It’s very simple to make and the perfect dish to take to a family gathering or function.
Recipe courtesy of Real Life Cooking.
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