I know you thought you were getting on here to read a recipe, and you will, but first things first…….
Yuppers, my lil’ Paxton!!!!
I thought I’d have to cry that my last baby was mobile, but I totally didn’t, just clapped and enjoyed the moment.
He was pretty dumbfounded that he was moving FORWARDS after weeks of backwards crawling/scooching, and was so proud of himself! Of course, by the time I got the camcorder out he was done with the show and crying, super offended I left him in his moment of glory.
The best part is, he does this funny little crawling method, unlike any of the other kiddos:
He moves arm, arm and then moves both his knees simultaneously and hops. This makes his little boofus bump up in the air and is the CUTEST inchworm impersonation you ever did see! We were cracking up!
This is the part where he got distracted by the string of drool coming from his mouth…..
Then he lay down and decided that was enough crawling for the morning.
So on to dinner. I grew up eating this casserole, and I love that my children ADORE it too! It is creamy, it comes together easily and is oh-so delicious!
I apologize for this photo. I was lucky to get a shot before dinner was devoured by my family who was just “STARRRRRRVING”. Trust me, this dish is all kinds of good. Creamy, flavorful and just YUMMY all the way around!
CREAMY CHICKEN ENCHILADA CASSEROLE
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½ cup onion
2 T. Butter
2 cans cream of chicken soup
16 oz. sour cream
3 cups shredded cheese, divided
1 can green chilies
2 cans mushrooms, 1 drained
10 large tortillas (I do half wheat and half white)
3 cups cooked, diced, chicken
Preheat oven to 350 F.
In a large family-sized skillet over medium heat, sauté onion in butter until tender. Add all of the remaining ingredients except tortillas, reserving 1 cup of the cheese for topping.
Heat on medium low until cheese is melted. While it’s heating, cut all of the tortillas into 4 pieces, this can be done quickly by cutting 5 at a time, using a pizza cutter. Remove soup mixture from heat once the cheese is melted and everything is heated through.
Spread a small layer of chicken cream mixture in the bottom of your 9×13 baking dish, followed by a layer of slightly overlapping tortilla triangles, about 10 of them. Repeat layers for a total of 4 tortilla layers, ending with the chicken cream mixture.
Add the reserved 1 cup of cheese to the top and bake at 350 F for 15–20 minutes.
Serve with chips and fresh salsa. Yum!
If God had intended us to follow recipes,
He wouldn’t have given us grandmothers.
Are you sure he’s your last one? lol
Seriously adorable. That last pic of him is gorgeous. What a face?!?!
And I now have another recipe bookmarked. The cheese is calling me!!!
Yes Brandie, I am very sure! 🙂
LOVE this idea. AND, the little kiddo! How adorable! Good job Momma, on all fronts. 😉
Thank you! 🙂
This recipe has always been a favorite with my boys!! Sometimes we used groud beef instead, but the chicken is the best! What a cute little boy you have. Almost makes me want to have another one…..but not quite!! =)
Thank you, he is so cute and sweet, that he almost makes ME want another one! LOL 🙂
YUM! YUM! YUM!
Oh I am so glad you can’t see the drool coming out of my mouth! (lol)
your children are so precious and i LOVE their names. ditto on the “delish”!
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Oh what a delicious recipe – I am making this very soon! Oh how sweet to precious precious baby face Pax and his own little way of getting around. I love it too!
This is waaaaay easier than rolling each and every enchilada. It’s enchilada casserole from now on at my house! Did I mention how delicious this dish looks?
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