poppyseed chicken, yum!

It’s a week for recipes! Lunch and dinner, I’m winning the Wife of the Week award – if there were such a thing.

Today I bring you, poppyseed chicken. I’m pretty sure everyone has their own recipe for this classic dish, but with it being such a hit in our home – I couldn’t resist sharing.

Earlier this week, Justin and I volunteered to take dinner to a new parents in our Sunday School class. This was the main course we decided on. It’s easy and everyone likes it, right? Right.

Personally, I need easy. With us both working 8 hour work days, it’s hard to come home and prepare a nutritious meal. No one wants to slave over a hot oven after working all day. So this easy recipe is perfect – because it’s simple, quick, and delicious.

What you will need:
3 – 5 boneless, chicken breasts
8 oz. of sour cream
1 can of condensed, cream of chicken soup
1 teaspoon of poppyseeds
1 teaspoon of melted butter
1 sleeve of Ritz® Crackers
worcestershire sauce
minced garlic
salt and pepper

poppyseed chicken

Step 1, Boil the chicken and dice into cubes.

Step 2, Combine chicken, sour cream, soup, melted butter, and poppyseeds into a greased, casserole dish.

Step 3, Add a dash of worcestershire sauce, minced garlic, along with salt and pepper to taste!

Step 4, Crumble Ritz® Crackers over casserole.

Bake casserole at 350° for 30 – 40 minutes or until top is golden brown.


I served over brown rice, with baked asparagus.

poppyseed dinner

Easy, right? Too easy to be so good, if you ask me. Since I doubt this is a new one for you, tell me how you make your poppyseed chicken! I’d love to try a new version.

happy Friday, friends!
the Heapes
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