Chicken Cordon Bleu Lasagna

 This is Chicken Cordon Bleu LASAGNA... Yes, I said Lasagna! I found this recipe in another Pillsbury magazine I had saved. It is the classic Cordon Bleu dish turned into a lasagna! This is LUSCIOUS people! It has 5 different kinds of cheeses going on, so if your lookin for a low cal meal ( like I should be doing ) then this is not the one! But if you don't care and are not sticking to your diet in any way shape or form, like me, then by all means, make this!  

Recipe By: Pillsbury

2 eggs
1 container (15 oz) Ricotta cheese
1 cup Cottage cheese
1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/4 cup chopped, fresh Parsley
2 cups diced, cooked Ham
2 cups diced, cooked Chicken
1/4 teaspoon Garlic powder
1 jar (16 oz) creamy garlic Alfredo sauce
6 uncooked (oven ready) Lasagna noodles
2 cups shredded Mozzarella cheese
1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
2 tablespoons chopped, fresh Parsley

Heat oven to 350 degrees. In a medium bowl beat eggs. Stir in ricotta, cottage and parmesan cheeses and 1/4 cup parsley, set aside.

In another medium bowl, mix together chicken, ham, garlic powder and Alfredo sauce. In an ungreased 9x13 glass baking dish, spread about 1/2 cup of chicken mixture.

Top chicken mixture with 3 uncooked noodles, half of the cheese mixture, half the remaining chicken mixture and half each of the mozzarella and Swiss cheeses. Repeat layer starting with noodles again and ending with Swiss cheese. Cover tightly with foil.

Bake for 1 hour. Let stand 10-15 minutes, then sprinkle with 2 tablespoons of parsley before slicing and serving!


Amy said...

Ohhhhh how decadent is this? Wow. I am SALIVATING from all the goodness! This is going in my recipe box. YUM!

(Nicole) The Very Hungry Caterpillar said...

Thanks Holly I think this looks great I have bever had anything like it. The picture looks fine too. don't apologize. I am the one who needs to work onmy photo skills I am a cook not a photographer. Mine always stink... that is my least favorite part.
Thanks so much for blogging about my giveaway. You are sweet too.
Too bad we do not live by each other we could hang out. actually I do not know where you are. I am in Meridian Idaho? are you close?

HollyL said...

Nicole, you are so right, taking the pics of the food is my least favorite thing too. I actually live in Southern Utah. The city is St. George. Where exactly is Meridian? One of my close friends lives in Swan Valley.. is that close to you? She has to travel to Jackson Hole, WY to work. It would be so neat if we could hang out! All my bloggin buddies feel like their so close, but really we all live so far away :(

Natalie said...

Going to have to try this too! It looks so good. I love Pillsbury recipes.

Mandy said...

Oh Holly...Amazing! I love your recipes!

Kaitlin said...

Wow, this looks incredible! I love Chicken Cordon Bleu, and it looks just divine in lasagna form! Yum!

Missy in Georgia said...

I have never heard of Cordon Bleu in Lasagna form! I am printing this now!

Beccy said...

Looks fantastic! Can't wait to make it! Thank you :-)

Heather said...

This looks and sounds amazing, can't wait to try it, Thanks for sharing!

Jen said...

Sounds Amazing! Want to try it but sounds to rich, trying to watch the figure! Holly & Nicole you two should meet up here in Las Vegas since its in the middle for both of you. One of my friends lives in Meridian, and we almost moved there! Thanks for the good stuff ladies!

Tiza said...

Sounds delicious!!!

Anonymous said...

I have been teaching my 15 yr old niece how to cook and we were planning on the classic chicken cordon bleu recipe to male next but i think we will make this delicious veriation instead !! YUMMO !!

Linda Stewart said...

Holly, I'm making this very soon, looks awesome! Thanks.
Nicole - the Hungry Caterpillar - my oldest brother lives in Meridian, ID.

Linda Stewart

Caroline said...

Your picture came out great! It looks like it came right out of a vintage cookbook!

Anonymous said...

OMG. We are having this tomorrow! Thanks for sharing. I never would have considered this wonderful dish as a lasagna. Fabulous!

Tami (Pixeltrash) said...

Hi, Holly! This sounds yummy for sure. What a neat take on lasagna!

Lasagna Guy said...

What a great idea!! Looks like a great lasagna recipe. I am going to have to try this one this weekend.
I am going to cook it for the family. Thanks
Lasagna Guy

(Nicole) The Very Hungry Caterpillar said...

Hey Holly I am next to Boise, not the Jackson hole.
it would be fun to hang out. talk to you soon.

BroknDwnHalo said...

This lasagna is the greatest! The only I changed is the Swiss. I do not like it, so I sub'd Cheddar Jack and it was superb :) Thank you for posting this wonderful jewel!

Ry Ry the soup guy said...

I found your your blog from day one you started it. You make some of the best recipes out there and you inspire me to do better on my blog. I am excited about where you are taking your blog and can't wait for your new recipes to post. Congrats on inspiring so many with your vision.

Teresa said...

Hi Holly, I love your recipes and plan on trying a few soon. I found
your blog on facebook adn it is great. Can't wait for more new recipes!!

Have a Great day!!! Teresa


Nicki said...

I love chicken cordon bleu. This was a great twist. A great lasagna!!! Loved all of the flavors, so creamy.