воскресенье, 6 ноября 2016 г.

Chicken Broccoli Rice Casserole {Gluten-free}

Chicken Broccoli Rice Casserole {Gluten-free}

Chicken Broccoli Rice Casserole {Gluten-free}


I am just blown away that you would take the time to do this for me, especially because I don’t really “know” you. Thank you so much for you kindness and generosity! I am truly humbled.

Broccoli and cheese is a absolute favorite of mine, so I super love this casserole! Yum!

What a great meal idea!!!


Can one sub milk for almond milk and it still turn out good?

Any recommendations for a subsitute for the mushrooms? We have an allergy in our house, and I know I could just leave them out, but I like the idea of having a few different veggies in there.

Great post!


I was drawing a blank, but asked a few friends for suggestions and here’s what we came up with: artichoke hearts, water chestnuts, cashews, eggplant or olives. I think any of those things would work in this recipe, though not all together!

I miss my cakes and home made pies are there any good pie crust recipies out there. My grandaughert will be 4 this August AND HAS NEVER had a real birthday cake. This angel needs to celebrate like the rest of the kids. PLEASE HELP PLEASE !!!! I’d be ever soooooothankful God Bless

I make pie crust using gluten free pancake mix. Add a little shortening(Crisco) to pie plate then press prepared mix in pan and up sides.


Looks great, thank you for ALL you do. Where do you get these black containers?

Taking this to gluten free neighbor recovering from surgery. Thanks for the recipe!

Hope your neighbor enjoyed it. So sweet of you to make it!

This dish was terrible, no flavor, very dry. My boyfriend and I threw it all in the garbage. Maybe if there was a different sauce it could be okay.

I’m really sorry that you didn’t enjoy this one.

I was wondering about all the garlic. I plan on making this for a girl at my church who is recovering from surgery who is gf and then myself at a later time because I am also gf. Would it work to change the garlic powder to onion powder? Then maybe adding black pepper? Or using an already seasoned rotisserie chicken in order to add flavor?

So…I read you comment before making this recipe. It would be very dry as written. I cooked my rice in chicken broth. I used frozen broccoli, rotisserie chicken, sliced mushrooms in the jar. I added pepper and substituted buttermilk for the milk. I ended up using 2 1/4 cups or a little more of the buttermilk. I just kept adding until it looked wet enough. It turned out flavorful and very moist. Try it this way. I think you will like it.

Thank you for sharing this. I tried it today for dinner and my friends loved it. I will definitely be making more!


So glad that you and your friends loved it! It is always nice to have another favorite recipe to add to your recipe book!

Making 3 pans of this! One for dinner this week, one for our freezer and one for my sister in laws freezer when they welcome baby #2 next week.

Great idea!! Hope everyone enjoyed it!

This was amazing. So good I halved the recipe and kicked myself in the butt for it! The more, the better!!

Haha. Well that will teach you, won’t it?! Glad you liked it! Now you’ll know to make the whole batch next time!

Would you happen to know the nutritional contents such as calories per serving ?

I just made this but substituted cashews for mushrooms. It was delicious! Thank you for the great recipe.

I love this recipe ive made it about 6 times now! The only thing i do differently is do a 2/3rds batch so it fits in a 9×13. Im allergic to gluten so it was awesome finding a recipe thats naturally gf and isnt too futsy. Thank you so much for posting this!

I forgot to mention that i leave out the broccoli and mushrooms most times and it still turns out great!

Just an FYI, rotisserie chickens from Costco and other grocery stores in Ontario are NOT gluten free. Takes a time saving step away but the recipe still looks scrumptious!

This chicken broccoli rice casserole is my family’s favorite casserole, and I’ve been making it for 10 years. My boys love the broccoli and cheese the most! I love that it is a naturally gluten-free recipe, so I didn’t have to make changes to it when we had to go gluten-free. The best part is that this is a great meal to make ahead and put in the freezer.

There have been so many times in my life when I’ve been thankful to have some healthy, hearty meals stocked in my freezer. Freezer meals were a lifesaver when I had a newborn baby, sick kids, when I was recovering from surgery or one of my children was recovering from surgery, or when I was so sick before my celiac diagnosis and couldn’t cook for my family. All of those times, I was thankful for being able to pull a meal out of the freezer to defrost, then bake for an easy dinner.

As written, this recipe will make three 8×8-inch casseroles, or one 8×8 and one 9×13-inch casserole. If you want to have a super big cooking session, you can double this recipe below to yield even more!

For the shredded chicken in this recipe, I usually buy a Rotisserie Chicken from Costco to shred up, or I will cook a bunch of chicken breasts in a skillet or on the grill, then shred. I personally prefer chicken breast meat, but you could definitely use thighs if you prefer.

For storing these casseroles, my favorite containers are Glad OvenWare 8×8 Baking Containers. I have had difficulty finding this size anymore in the stores or online. However, I did find the 9×12 pan size on Amazon, so if you wanted to use that in place of two of the 8×8 pans, you could do that. Previously, I’ve found these for sale at Target and Fred Meyer, so you might check your local stores as well. These containers are oven and dishwasher safe (not the lids, just the containers). . They are reusable, and I’ve been using the same containers for years. When one eventually gets warped, I don’t feel bad about tossing it since these aren’t expensive. You could also use the disposable foil baking pans commonly found at grocery stores.

I also love to have meals like these in the freezer so that you can give to others in need. When you have a friend or neighbor going through a tough time, it is such a blessing to be able to drop off a meal that they can bake when it is convenient for them. A fellow food blogger, Ashley, of CenterCutCook, just got the devastating news that her 29 year-old husband has colon cancer. (Update: Ryan is still going through cancer treatment, and they also now have a new baby that is struggling with kidney failure!) The food blogging community is a tight one, and we want to express our support for Ashley. Some of my fellow bloggers and I are having a virtual filling of her freezer. If Ashley lived nearby, I would totally be dropping this casserole by her house some night, but since we are several states away from each other, this is the best I can do. Many of us are also contributing to an online fundraiser for Ashley, Ryan, and little baby Miles, and would love if you would consider being a part of it as well. You can keep up with their story at their Team Ryan Facebook page.

Check out all the posts full of comfort food recipes and happy words about our friend Ashley!! Note: Most of these are not gluten-free recipes, but you can hopefully adapt some!

Meals to Deliver to Family and Friends – Barefeet in the Kitchen

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