Meet your dinner plans. 🙂 Creamy whole30 chicken, broccoli, cauliflower rice casserole. Your family is going to love this warm and comforting casserole! Kid proof and stuffed with three veggies, topped with the best herb cream sauce.
Is is just me, or is it casserole weather? It seems like that’s all I want for dinner; so warm, comforting. Soul food, baby. And not to mention, when a whole30 casserole comes along that I’m obsessed with, it’s pretty hard not to want to make another one… already scheming my next casserole bake. What would you like to see?
I seriously think this is the best fall ever. All the burning reds, bright oranges, and popping yellows seem somehow more burning, bright, and popping this year!! It might have something to do with the fact that I’m getting healthier, but needless to say, I am soaking in every last bit of this beautiful season. I’ve been burring my nose in good books that put me to sleep early, breathing in the crisp air on my walks through the aspens, and drinking more tea than I have all year!
I made a “fall bucket list” in September, and as I was browsing over it the other day, I realize that all the to do’s could be checked off! If you haven’t made a fall bucket list, I highly suggest filling your weekends and mornings with glorious pumpkin foods, fun family activities, and finding ways to get outside and enjoy the season with those you love.
tested and true chicken cauli rice casserole
Anyway, about this casserole. I seriously hope you guys love it, because everyone in this house sure did! Between my parents they demolished half the pan, with a few servings each! It’s a gooder, filled with warm chicken, crispy casserole edges of baked cream sauce, and who would know that there are three different veggies stuffed in there!?
My dad thought that the cauliflower was normal rice, and when I told him that it was cauliflower he was shocked and said he loved it!… For someone who normally doesn’t like cauliflower at all, he sure ate a lot! I think this is a good taste test to say, that this dish is pretty kid proof and family friendly. 🙂