Chicken Bubble Biscuit Bake Casserole
This deliciously easy-to-make casserole, called Chicken Bubble Biscuit Bake, is topped with golden crispy cheese and refrigerated biscuits and filled with succulent, juicy chicken in a creamy ranch and bacon mixture!
SET UP TIME
Forty-five minutes in total
Components For Chicken Bubble Biscuit Bake Casserole
- Three cups of canned or cooked chopped chicken
- Cream of chicken soup, two cans
- Half a cup of sour cream
- one cup of cheese, grated
- Two tsp of ranch dressing mixture
- 1/4 cup chopped, cooked bacon
- One 12-oz refrigerated can of Grands Jr Biscuits
- One more cup of grated cheese to sprinkle over the casserole
Guidelines For Chicken Bubble Biscuit Bake Casserole
- Turn the oven on to 350°. Apply a thin layer of cooking spray to a 9 x 13-inch pan. Put aside.
- Add the bacon, ranch dressing mix, 1 cup shredded cheese, chicken, soup, and sour cream. **Each biscuit should have four bits. Add chicken mixture and toss.
- Transfer chicken mixture to pan that has been ready. Add the last cup of grated cheese on top.Bake for 25 to 35 minutes, or until biscuits are golden brown and bubbling.
**Note: If you don’t like “doughy” biscuits like dumplings, then layer the chicken mixture in the dish bottom to top with the biscuits!
If you want to retain this recipe for your pantry, you may substitute canned chicken for the handmade biscuits.
Before we start, a few helpful tips…
- I’m getting a lot of complaints about people not being able to locate the “Grand’s Jr Biscuits.” If so, you can use the standard 16-ounce Grands can with a few small adjustments. Use only a portion of the can! Remove two or three. Rather than baking the dish at 350° for 30 minutes as indicated for the Grands Jr Biscuits, bake it at 375° for 45 minutes.
- If you would want a reduced sodium version of this casserole, just use one Tablespoon of dry Ranch Dressing.
- If your taste is for slightly crispier biscuits rather than slightly softer ones, layer the chicken filling in the bottom of the dish and then sprinkle the chopped biscuits on top rather than mixing them in with the filling. Remember to sprinkle a bit more grated cheese over the biscuits.
- Should the casserole spill over your baking dish, set the casserole dish on top of a baking sheet. This keeps the interior of your oven tidy. Although this dish has never boiled over, you can never be too careful!