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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

French Onion Chicken Bubble Up

French Onion Chicken Bubble Up - AMAZING! We literally licked our plates! Chicken, French Onion Dip, Chicken Soup, Cheddar Cheese and Biscuits. Topped with yummy French Fried Onions. Great weeknight meal. Kids love this!

Stop what you are doing and add this French Onion Chicken Bubble Up to your menu. It is seriously delicious! We could not stop eating it. I literally licked my plate! It was that good!! We've made this several times and never get tired of eating it.

This is made with my new favorite ingredient - French Onion Dip. I love to use Kraft brand, but you can use your favorite brand of French Onion Dip. Like our other Bubble Up recipes, this only takes a few minutes to make. It is ready to eat in 30 minutes. Make sure to buy the smaller Grands Jr biscuits. There are 10 biscuits in the can. If you use the bigger Grands! biscuits the casserole won't cook through. Also, make sure to spread the biscuits around in the pan so they aren't all clumped together. This will ensure the biscuits bake and aren't doughy when you pull it out of the oven.

French Onion Chicken Bubble Up - AMAZING! We literally licked our plates! Chicken, French Onion Dip, Chicken Soup, Cheddar Cheese and Biscuits. Topped with yummy French Fried Onions. Great weeknight meal. Kids love this!


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French Onion Chicken Bubble Up - AMAZING! We literally licked our plates! Chicken, French Onion Dip, Chicken Soup, Cheddar Cheese and Biscuits. Topped with yummy French Fried Onions. Great weeknight meal. Kids love this!
French Onion Chicken Bubble Up - AMAZING! We literally licked our plates! Chicken, French Onion Dip, Chicken Soup, Cheddar Cheese and Biscuits. Topped with yummy French Fried Onions. Great weeknight meal. Kids love this!
French Onion Chicken Bubble Up - AMAZING! We literally licked our plates! Chicken, French Onion Dip, Chicken Soup, Cheddar Cheese and Biscuits. Topped with yummy French Fried Onions. Great weeknight meal. Kids love this!

French Onion Chicken Bubble Up
serves 8
(Printable Recipe)

  • 2 cups cooked chopped chicken 
  • 1 (10.75oz) can Cream of Chicken Soup
  • 8 oz refrigerated French Onion Dip
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1 (12oz) can refrigerated Grands Jr biscuits
  • 1/4 cup French fried onions


Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Lightly spray a 9x13-inch pan with cooking spray. Set aside

Combine chicken, soup, dip, and cheese. Cut each biscuit into 4 pieces. Toss with chicken mixture.

Pour chicken mixture into prepared pan. Top with French fried onions.

Bake for 25-30 minutes, until bubbly and biscuits are golden brown.


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26 comments:

  1. Do you have nutrition info for this recipe? Thank you!

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  2. Is the French Onion Dip the refrigerated type or the jarred/canned?

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  3. You are the Bubble Up Queen and this sounds delicious.

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  4. Mmmm I love Bubble Ups! Fantastic twist on this dish!

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  5. I've made your French Onion based recipes a few times and they are always a hit. However, because we have several vegetarians in our family I have made these several times without chicken and served them as a side dish and they are still a big hit. My one "trick" is that instead of using the pre-made French Onion Dip I get a package of the Trader Joe's Onion Dip (better than Lipton!) and mix that with Daisy sour cream the night before and use that in place of the french onion dip. Just as flavorful but with less ingredients that I cannot pronounce. My husband loves this as the noodle casserole with chicken and my vegetarian family loves it as a main dish with a side salad. I bet they will love this version using biscuits!

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  6. Ooooo, girl!! I DID stop what I was doing yesterday, and made this for supper last night! I had everything but the dip, so I stopped at our local gas station to get some (unrefrigerated). That 9x13 pan was gone in 20 minutes! I have never written a "review", but I stopped my busy day to let you know, Stephanie, that this was AWESOME! My kids told me to make more next time. GREAT recipe!

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    1. YAY!!! Thank you for leaving a comment! I'm so excited it was a hit!!!

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  7. Hi Steph, do you have the nutrition information on this dish?

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  8. I'm going to make this but without the biscuits. Our family has gluten intolerance, it's not pleasant to be around us when we eat anything gluten. This sounds delicious just with the chicken alone.

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  9. I'm going to make this but without the biscuits. Our family has gluten intolerance, it's not pleasant to be around us when we eat anything gluten. This sounds delicious just with the chicken alone.

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  10. Made this last night! I made my kids something else to eat because they are so picky, and they ended up eating this because it looked and smelled so good!

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  11. For the French Onion Dip, does it matter if it's cream cheese based or sour cream based? Does one work better than the other?

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    1. I only use the sour cream based refrigerated French Onion Dip

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  12. They don't sell Grands Jr. anywhere here, is the a substitute that is suitable?

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    1. You can use regular Grands biscuits - only use 7 of the biscuits and cut each of them into 6 pieces

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  13. Anyone tried this using the crescent type rolls? That's all I have on hand. Thanks!

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  14. My momma raised me to not waste food... I just can't throw that extra grand biscuit away, so I'm going to bake it in an 11x14 pan instead and use them all. I'll let you know how it turns out :-)

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    1. You could also just use a can of Grands Jr as called for in the recipe. No waste.

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  15. Can you freeze it? If so before or after cooking?

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  16. Hey! What type of Grands Jr's did you use? The flaky layers or the traditional?

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    1. I usually use the traditional but either will work. Enjoy!

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  17. I love the recipe. But the busciut never cook through and I don't know why. I have even baked it for an hour.

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