The cream cheese and Parmesan add tons of flavor to this spinach-stuffed chicken, and the entire dish only takes a few minutes to prepare, making it a new low-carb family favorite.
My 13-year-old daughter, who is sweet and beautiful, doesn’t like vegetables much. I try to keep in mind that I also didn’t eat vegetables as a child and I survived, so this is probably pretty normal. I still keep trying to push the veggies though.
Yesterday, for dinner, I told her we were having chicken. Cheese stuffed chicken breast, to be exact.
I failed to mention that there was spinach in the cheese. She wasn’t blind, so she was fully aware of it there and simply went with it.
You guys. She ate that entire piece of chicken. Alongside a serving of pan fried Brussels sprouts. Like, woah.
Anyway, I’ve come to think that this recipe for baked stuffed chicken breast is magical. You’ll adore it and it’s also simple and delicious.
How to Make Baked Stuffed Chicken Breast at 400
The recipe card is at the bottom of this post and includes all the necessary measurements and instructions.
Bake the chicken at 400 degrees.
Cook time will vary based on the size of your chicken breasts. It can take 20 minutes or more. Cook the chicken until it reaches a minimum internal temperature of 165 degrees. Use a meat thermometer.
This cream cheese stuffed chicken breast recipe is perfect for your keto diet.
I could pretty much live off of cream cheese, and it works well with the keto diet. Low in carbohydrates, high in fat, and low in protein
The spinach is a fantastic source of potassium. I’m a stickler for staying on top of my electrolytes. When they are out of balance, I can always feel it, and it completely ruins my day. Nobody should ever feel as though they are about to pass out while out and about.
It’s crucial to closely monitor your electrolytes while living a ketogenic lifestyle, do you guys?
This baked stuffed chicken breast recipe is ready in just 35 minutes!
Okay, friends. In order to demonstrate how simple this spinach-stuffed chicken is, I’ve included a video below.
I sincerely hope you all try it out and let me know what you and your family think. I hope it’s a big hit.
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Teriyaki Chicken Stir Fry – low carb and so good! Broccoli Cheese Casserole – if you love cheesy casseroles, this is a side dish you don’t want to miss!
Is it better to bake chicken at 350 or 400?
The range for roasting or baking is 325 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. A good rule of thumb when roasting a whole chicken is to start the oven at 400 to 425 degrees F, reduce the temperature to 350 after 15 minutes, and cook the chicken until the internal temperature registers between 165 and 175 degrees F.
How long do you cook chicken breast in the oven at 350?
Cooking advice Cook the chicken breast for 25 to 30 minutes at 350°F (177°C). Check that the internal temperature of the meat is 165°F (74°C) using a meat thermometer.
What temperature should a stuffed chicken breast be when it’s done?
Spray the stuffed chicken breasts with vegetable oil sparingly and season with salt, paprika, and 1/4 teaspoon black pepper. 8. Place in lightly greased 8 X 11. 30 minutes or until the chicken reaches an internal temperature of 165°F in a prepared 425°F oven, place the chicken in a 5 X 2-inch (2-quart) baking dish.
Does chicken take longer to cook with stuffing?
Stuffing and cooking poultry is possible, but you must be careful to increase the cooking time to account for the increased weight of the bird and the decreased cooking surface when the cavity of the bird is full.