Wausau Wisconsin Newborn Photographer Lindsey Marie Kersten » Lindsey Marie Kersten is a Visual Artist specializing in Newborn Photography and Fine Art Home Decor

What’s For Dinner! Sunday Recipe Spotlight! {Chicken Tater Tot Casserole!! YUMMO!}

Happy Sunday, everyone!  Yesterday, Brian and I photographed an awesome wedding in the area! It was great! Beautiful Bride, Handsome Groom and wonderful family and friends to spend the day with! I’ll be sharing those soon! In the meantime, I wanted to share a tasty, dinner treat! A twist on the classic Tater Tot Casserole! We had chicken breasts ready to use up and have been wanting to use something other than ground beef, which we have a freezer stocked full of!  So here it is! I know it’s probably  not the best choice for a hot day today but it’s yummy comfort food that’s super easy and quick to prepare when you need something in a hurry to feed the army! Happy Sunday!

1.Heat Some oil and saute your chicken! for this, I used about 4 smaller chicken breasts, cooking until there is color on all sides.  Of course, i salt and peppered. You could also saute up some diced onions, too if you wish!PINIMAGE1. I sprayed my 9×13 glass baking dish and emptied a family size bag of frozen mixed vegetables! This really is part of the fun with this recipe! you can mix it up with whatever you have in the freezer! PINIMAGE

3. A big bag of taters…. 🙂  YUMM!
PINIMAGE4. I mixed one can of Cream of Mushroom Soup with a half a can of milk and stirred it up ! PINIMAGEPINIMAGE

5. I drained the chicken and added it atop of the frozen vegetables…PINIMAGEPINIMAGE6. I poured my creamy soup mixture on top of that and added some more black pepper! flavoring in layers..PINIMAGE7. of course, there will be cheese!! PINIMAGE8. Add the tater tots in a single layer atop the cheese!PINIMAGEPINIMAGE9. I had to show you my great value drawer of essentials! 🙂  I took some tin foil and sprayed it with non stick cooking spray and covered the casserole and put it in the oven 350 for about 35 minutes! After that i took the foil off, turned on the broiler and let that finish the top, making it melty and brown, giving it a nice crisp to finish the casserole! So classy, I know! We eat like kings over here! lolPINIMAGEPINIMAGE10. Tasty, Tasty, Tasty! My husband loved this way better with chicken then beef and we had great leftovers for lunches the next couple of days! ENJOY!! PINIMAGE

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