Ok now I have been hearing about bubble ups for a while now. When I see them on Pinterest I think they look good but I am always so distracted by other recipes that I don’t ever make any of the recipes. Well Big Daddy has been out of town this week and I have been looking for quick and easy recipes. I searched for bubble up casseroles and found this little gem. I am now a total and complete bubble up concert. I cannot wait to try all of them! I love anything cordon bleu. I like the name cordon bleu. It sounds fancy even though it usually just means with ham and Swiss cheese. But I often wonder…the Cordon Bleu cooking schools…do they cook lots of stuff with ham and Swiss cheese? Where does that name come from? I will have to google it. I found the recipe on Pinterest and it is from the Plain Chicken blog. Anyhow, I adored this recipe. My sweet sugar cookie aka Kayla Ann loved it too. The other kids just were not interested but they did not hate it. I sent the leftovers to the kids’ teachers and they all liked it and rated it “yummy”. So it’s a safe bet that unless you hate ham and Swiss cheese (bless your heart) then you will likely love it. Give it a whirl friends! Jump on this bubble up train. I am now obsessed with finding new bubble ups and creating my own. Have you tried bubble ups before? Let me know. Now let’s get this bubble up…bubbling, shall we?~AMB
Chicken cordon bleu bubble up (from plain chicken blog)
Stuff you need~
1 can Pillsbury Grands jr. Biscuits, quartered
2 cups Swiss cheese, divided
1 (15 ounce) jar Alfredo sauce (I used Bertolli)
2 cups cooked chicken (to make it crazy easy just get a rotisserie chicken)
1 cup diced ham (I bought the packaged diced ham but this is a great way to use leftover holiday ham or Sunday ham)
What to do with the stuff~
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 9 x 13 baking dish.
In a medium mixing bowl, add the quartered biscuits. Just cut them into 4 pieces using kitchen shears. Like this…
Ok now, just pour in your Alfredo sauce, ham and 1 cup of Swiss cheese.
lovely pictures just for you. My lovely assistant, Madame Toot, helped me out
Now, just gently fold the biscuits and sauce/cheese/ham together. You want to coat the biscuits. Ok, now, add in your chicken.
Now pour all of this deliciousness into your prepared baking dish. Sprinkle remainder of Swiss cheese over the finished product. Bake at 350 for about 30 minutes or until the cheese is all melty, the biscuits done and the casserole is all bubbly.
bubbly…cheesy…delicious (not the best pic but you get the point right?)