This is a wonderful recipe that I came across that will satisfy the entire family. It can also be made in the crockpot which is quite handy for a busy mother. Hurry and try this Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole recipe. It’s sure to be a family favorite!.
This simple Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole recipes use a fluffy mixture topped with melted cheese and crispy bacon, all skillfully and inventively cooked by a dependable cook in the home kitchen.

I might say that my “Chicken Bacon Ranch Casserole” is in celebration of the casserole season, but that qualification doesn’t do it justice.
Feel free to add the vegetables that you want to this bowl. In my opinion, I think chopped broccoli would be ideal, cause I’ve tried it before, it gives a special taste to this casserole, I also used yellow corn for a colorful dish!!


8 crumbled slices Of cooked bacon.

3 medium chopped green onions.

2 Cups. Of rotisserie chicken, I shredded it.

2 small chopped tomatoes.

1 medium Can. Of refrigerated crescent rolls.

1 Cup.Of mayonnaise

1 Cup.Of shredded cheddar cheese.

1 Tbsp.Of dry ranch seasoning.


Step 1:

I turned the temperature of the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, and gently I greased a baking dish of 9.13-inches.

Step 2:

I spread the crescent rolls into a lined baking dish, covering the perforated sides with my fingertips.
I baked for around 10 minutes, until golden brown.

Step 3:

In the meantime, I blended the mayo and ranch seasoning together until well blended.

Step 4:

I combined 2/3 of the crumbled bacon with the shredded chicken, and half of a cup of the mayo mixture in a medium dish, stirring continuously until well incorporated.

Step 5:

I spread the remaining mayo mixture, stopping 1/4 inch from the edges, onto the baked crescent dough.

Step 6:

After that, I scatter the mixture of chicken and sprinkle it with tomatoes and cheese.

Step 7:

And then I cooked for approximately 10 minutes until the cheese is heated and melted.

Step 8:

I sprinkled with the leftover green onions and crumbled bacon.


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