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Chicken & Spinach Pasta Bake Results

So I made the Chicken and Spinach Pasta Bake last night and it was interesting (not in a bad way.) Of course I switched up the directions a little. The instructions to me were a little more complicated than it had to be. I'll show you what I did. I forgot... I actually forgot to season this when I made it and it turned out great for no seasoning.

I used fresh baby spinach instead of frozen, I used one fresh tomato, I diced one whole onion ahead of time.

I cooked the chicken 3/4 of the way prior to putting it in the oven

This is the cream cheese substitution, well my version. The substitution can be looked up and it is in one my my previous posts.

I sauteed the onions on the stove instead of in the oven as directed.

This is my cream cheese substitution with the onion and chive seasoning.

I mixed it altogether and I think it could be good like this without going in the oven.

In the casserole dish (obviously lol.)

I couldn't find the GoVeggie Mozzarella cheese in time to make this so I used Cabot LF Cheddar cheese.

This is the final result. I baked it for 25 mins just to make sure the chicken was done all the way thru and to melt the cheese.


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