Chicken Florentine Alfredo Casserole – A Very Easy Low Carb Keto Recipe

Chicken Florentine Alfredo Casserole – A Very Easy Low Carb Keto Recipe

Welcome all! Papa G here. Today I present a wonderfully delicious low carbohydrate casserole
recipe. My Chicken Florentine Alfredo Casserole. With just a few ingredients
and some simple shortcuts, you’ll enjoy a meal that’s as easy to make as it is
delicious to eat. Let’s get started. As I just said, using some time-saving
shortcuts will help you to prepare this recipe a lot quicker. For example, a
precooked rotisserie chicken from your local grocer; pre-wash baby spinach; and
some pre sliced mushrooms. Now although the spinach could be used as is, I prefer
to trim some of the larger stems from the spinach. I think this helps give a
little better texture to the dish. We’ll do some prep work by cutting up six
strips of bacon. After shredding the chicken, place in a large mixing bowl. Add
some poultry seasoning and give a mix with your hands to coat the chicken; then
set it aside. In a large skillet on medium-high heat, add the bacon. Fry the
bacon until it’s about two-thirds done. When it’s reach just about this point,
add the sliced mushrooms to the skillet and continue to cook until the mushrooms
soften. Add the baby spinach. Now it looks like a lot, but you’ll see as it cooks
down it’ll wilt considerably. Carefully mix the spinach in and cook until it’s
completely wilted down. Now add the bacon, mushrooms and spinach
to the seasoned chicken and mix to combine. Use some butter and grease a 9
by 13 inch casserole dish. Pour the chicken mixture into the casserole dish
and distribute as evenly as possible. Next, we’ll need about two and a half
cups of my alfredo sauce. I’ll have a link in the description below for that recipe. Add a quarter cup of sour cream and mix
with a whisk to combine. Pour the sauce evenly over the top. Now evenly
distribute a half a cup of shredded mozzarella cheese. Follow that with a
half a cup of shredded cheddar cheese. Cover with some aluminum foil and place
in the middle of a preheated 375°F oven for 20 minutes. Carefully remove from the oven and
uncover. Place the casserole back in the heated oven for an additional 20 minutes.
Remove once again and let cool just a bit. Serve hot and enjoy one of the best
low carbohydrate casseroles you’ll ever try. There you have it folks! My low carbohydrate
Chicken Florentine Alfredo Casserole. Perfect for your weekly meal prep or any
family dinner. I hope you enjoyed this video. If you did, please like and
consider subscribing. I’ll have something new every week. Thanks for watching and
I’ll see you next time!

37 thoughts on “Chicken Florentine Alfredo Casserole – A Very Easy Low Carb Keto Recipe

  1. Ooooooh, yessssss. I’m drooling here, Papa G! I was wondering if you could do some videos on meat ideas for the bbq? Thank You.xx

  2. I know this would be delicious with all those great ingredients!! Papa G never fails to make us happy with his creativity! Yum!

  3. I can't begin to tell you how grateful I am for your recipe videos. So simple and to the point, and more importantly, the recipes taste great. I've been so frustrated trying to shovel my was through so many channels that are full of Foo-Foo and in the end the recipes aren't really very good. I'm thankful to have found this channel.

  4. Oh my Gosh, this looks SO YUMMY!!! I am making it VERY VERY SOON!!!
    You are THE BEST!!!!
    Keep looking UP Papa G!!!!!

  5. This recipe was a big hit at our sunday afternoon lunch. Everyone enjoyed it, even our finicky nephew chowed down. Thank you sir for another wonderful recipe!😊

  6. Another strikingly easy and delicious recipe. I really appreciate your simplified, no fuss method of cooking with clear instructions and a video to refer to. You really make low carb cooking simple for anyone to follow and enjoy. Are you a chef or just cook for the enjoyment of it like a lot of us?

  7. Well Papa G
    I am making this for Bible study group for my hubby.
    I think they will love it!I will let you know.
    My ten year old changed our YouTube icon.
    Thanks again Jennifer 😃

  8. Hi Papa G- OMG!!!! I just made this and it is SO DELICIOUS!!!!! Thank you so much for such great recipes!! This has the BEST FLAVOR!!!!! 👌☺️☺️

  9. Mmmm! Delicious! Thanks for the recipe. I wanted more spinach so I made some on the side to accompany the dish. I didn't want to mess up the recipe.

  10. My family ❤️s Papa G and are singing his praises after eating this delicious casserole. His alfredo recipe is just wonderful by itself or with zoodles but it takes this casserole to the stratosphere. Make this for your family, they will love you for it!

  11. Ok so is it just me or is anyone else having trouble watching the video?! I get to 1:08 and it buffers and buffers…ive tried it at home with and without wifi and at work. 😫😫😫

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