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11 Delicious Chicken Spinach Noodle Casserole Recipes

Chicken Spinach Noodle Casserole is good for the soul type of food. With its simple ingredients, creamy taste, and easy-to-follow recipe, it is sure to warm the soul of any level of cook.

Whether you love to cook or hate it you will simply love these recipes, helping you to create a nutritious and quick meal perfect for those gray and cold winter days.

We have put together 11 delicious chicken spinach noodle casserole recipes, some recipes are gluten-free, vegetarian or they may be alternative versions of this classic dinner time meal. Take a look at the below and if you find something you like why not try it tonight?

While some of these recipes may not have spinach listed as one of the main ingredients, you can easily add spinach with the other suggested vegetables to make this recipe exactly what you want.

1. Chicken Spinach and Noodle Casserole

This simple four step recipe is sure to yield the results you are looking for. A delicious, easy-to-follow recipe with only 10 ingredients that takes only 20 minutes to prepare, I mean how perfect is that for the lazy chef or those that are short on time in the evenings?

As it cooks in the oven for a further 20 minutes you can take a moment to sit and relax before serving and enjoying your food. This dish is sure to be a favorite for adults and children alike and is the food that soul food eats when it is sad.

2. Chicken Noodle Casserole

If you have a large family then this recipe is perfect for you. Serving up to 12 adults this recipe is also perfect for any cheese lovers as it is drenched in a luscious cheesy sauce.

Not only does this recipe taste good, but it also looks good making it the perfect main course for a dinner party, there would be a chorus of oh’s and ah’s as this dish is set down in the center of your table.

You can swap and change the vegetables used in this recipe and adding spinach would be a perfect choice.

3. Chicken Noodle Casserole

A fun adaptation of this traditional recipe, this recipe uses pasta rather than egg noodles and also substitutes breadcrumbs, which are often used to create that delicious crust layer, with crispy fried onions.

This recipe can be adapted and is suitable to use with any cream of soups, such as cream of chicken or cream of mushroom which would be the most popular choices for this type of casserole.

Store for up to three days in your fridge to enjoy a delicious dinner without the cooking.

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4. Cracked Out Chicken Noodle Casserole

This recipe is sure to be a fan favorite for anyone who loves ranch sauce and Fritos.

This recipe makes a large amount of food but do not worry if you are cooking this dish for a smaller number simply freeze whatever is leftover and enjoy it another time to save you from cooking.

This simple 5 step recipe can be simplified further by using a rotisserie chicken, this will mean the dish will be ready sooner as the oven time will be cut in half as the chicken is already cooked.

5. Chicken Pot Pie Noodle Skillet

This recipe is perfect for those evenings when you have leftover chicken and want a quick and simple way of using it. The flavors of this dish are the same as the usual chicken noodle casserole dish, only missing the usual crunchy crust.

You can add spinach to this recipe as well as the other suggested vegetable and the chicken broth and cream can be replaced with chicken soup making this recipe adjustable to whatever is in your pantry.

With only one skillet used you also are sure to save time on the dreaded post-dinner wash-up.

6. Spinach and Egg Noodle Casserole

A perfect way to clear out the vegetable drawer in your fridge, this scrumptious recipe is a perfect end of the month meal to use up all of the veggies in your home.

This recipe does have more steps than other recipes but these steps are not overly complicated so there is no stress with this recipe.

The main thing is to keep an eye on your dish to prevent the top layer of panko breadcrumbs from burning so it’s not exactly a dish you can throw in the oven and go to finish up other chores around your home.

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7. Tuna Noodle Casserole

Tuna is often referred to as the chicken of the sea so it is no surprise that there are hundreds of recipes substituting chicken for tuna when making this homey meal. This recipe is super quick and easy to make.

Leftovers will last up to 3 days and you can also freeze leftovers to reheat in the future but frozen leftovers should be consumed within 6 months of freezing.

8. The Best Tuna Casserole with Noodles

One of the best parts of the casserole is the crunchy crust and so it is only fair that we share another tuna casserole, but this time one that has that desired crust and so much more!

This recipe is sure to please both your eyes and your taste buds and only takes 15 minutes to prepare.

9. Chickpea Noodle Casserole

A vegetarian version of this favored casserole dish. This recipe claims to be bursting with more flavor than your traditional chicken spinach noodle casserole, a bold claim you will need to try before you dispute it.

This recipe will serve up to five adults and any leftovers can be frozen. With no canned soup used you know exactly what is going into this meal and can guarantee there are no nasties. 

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10. Creamy Chicken Noodle Casserole

Dairy-free can often leave the impression that a dish may not be very creamy but this dish does not play into this usual stereotype of dairy-free food.

This recipe is both dairy-free and gluten-free as well as having smooth, creamy sauce and being packed full of vegetables. There is nothing not to like about this recipe as there is a guide at the end on how to adapt it to suit your dietary needs and desired flavor. 

11. Healthy Chicken Noodle Casserole With Spaghetti Squash

This tasty recipe does take longer to make than previous recipes shared but it is gluten-free and dairy-free as well as being low carb making it a great substitute for the usual recipe if you have a food intolerance or if you are on a diet.

This recipe is a two-in-one combo as you are given the steps to make your own cream of chicken soup as well as this casserole dish.

With a sprinkling of any gluten-free cracker on the top, this dish is guaranteed to have that ever famous crunchy top layer that the original recipe is loved for.

With lots of options to choose from we hope that you find a recipe that will have you in the kitchen cooking up a storm tonight.

These easy recipes are sure to be added to your weekly dinner rotations, helping you to enjoy a balanced, nutritious, and homey meal every week.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Is A Casserole?

A casserole is a recipe where all of the ingredients are cooked in the same dish and often served in this same dish also. Casseroles are a quick and easy way of cooking delicious and healthy meals, perfect for a large family dinner, meal prep, or a dinner party. 

What is the difference between chicken spinach noodle casserole and pasta bake?

There is one main difference between both of these delicious dishes, this is that in this type of casserole egg noodles are used rather than pasta or rice.

The egg noodles used are often short and look similar to that of fusilli or penne pasta. If you do not like egg noodles you can substitute this ingredient for your favorite type of pasta. 

What Do You Cook A Casserole In?

For the final baking stage of a casserole recipe, you will be instructed to put all of the ingredients up to that point into a deep ovenproof dish.

Overproof dishes can be bought in different materials, such as iron, glass, or ceramic.

A dish with a tight-fitting lid is best to prevent the upper layer of the casserole from burning if the oven is set to a high temperature but usually casseroles are cooked without a lid.

Make sure your dish is suitable for use in the oven before placing it in to bake the dish to prevent any accidents or potential cracks in the dish.

Is It Safe To Freeze Casseroles?

You can freeze most casserole dishes, this will always be specified in the recipe you are using. If you are freezing a casserole you should wait until the dish is completely cooled before placing it in a suitable airtight container.

Wrapping the airtight container in two layers of foil can help to maintain the freshness of the dish when in the freezer.

11 Delicious Chicken Spinach Noodle Casserole Recipes

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A guide featuring 11 delicious and easy to make recipes for the classic, heartwarming meal that is chicken spinach noodle casserole.)

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