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The BEST creamy chicken enchiladas on iheartnaptime.net #recipes #food

The BEST creamy chicken enchiladas on iheartnaptime.net #recipes #food

The BEST creamy chicken enchiladas on iheartnaptime.net #recipes #food

Ooh yum yum, this looks so good I can smell the aroma through the screen! Thanks for sharing, I will be making this x

Great dinner idea!

Made these tonight and they were absolutely delicious! Definitely a keeper. Thanks!

I’m glad you liked them Jess! They are definitely a favorite in our home! :)

it’s only 8 am and i must have enchiladas soon now…..is it wrong to make enchiladas for breakfast? xo wink wink!

Hmmm looks delicious!

Hi JAMIELYN, Your recipe is so appealing I am feeling hungry……


Oh my goodness! These look delish!

Oh, yum!! These look DELISH!!

so glad it’s taco Tuesday here (next week we’ll make these for sure – we also LOVE enchiladas)

Can I just say, I’ve tried to make green chile enchiladas 3 times now (without a recipe mind you– that would take too much work to find ;) and I’ve bombed every time! So happy you posted this! I’ve pinned it and I won’t be too lazy to look it up there next time I’m making enchiladas :) Which will be tomorrow night.

We love Mexican! These look like a great new addition to my Mexican dishes! Thanks for sharing.

This looks fabulous and freezable. I’d love if you could link up at Thursday Food Fest which is live now! Thanks, Sarah

Enchiladas are one of my favorite foods of all time!!! So yummy!!!

I made these tonight for dinner. It was awesome!! I found it on Pinterest. Thanks :)

The flour tortillas don’t come out gummy? I’ve always used corn because the flour ones break down. Just wondering!

This recipe sounds so delicious.

Just pinned it.


Thanks Maria! We love this recipe. Thanks for pinning. :)

This looks good!

Thanks Jim! They are super yummy! Give them a try. :)

Anxious to try this recipe – has anyone made them with corn tortillas instead of flour??

I haven’t, but I think they would taste great! You’ll have to let me know how they turn out for you.

These looks yummy! and not too complicated

Made these yesterday for dinner, and they are oh so good. Very easy too!

sounds soooooo good. tks for sharing!

lookin forward to tryin this recipe real soon

Yum! An ex co-worker of mine gave me a recipe like this! I bet these are scrumptious, as well.

Ok, all jokes aside…these were awesome! They are in the oven now and I couldn’t wait…by far these are the best ingress I’ve ever made, possibly even eaten.Thank you so much

Not ingress, enchiladas! (sorry auto correct).

Also, you answer someones question about floor tortillas. Mine were not soggy, but I would think tomorrow they would be. Awesome flavor so corn tortillas would work too, maybe white corn?. Hope that helps.

Those look perfect for our family. Yum!

Second time I am making these. My husband loves them. Thanks for the recipe.

Made these for dinner tonight with some spanish rice and they were so good! They looked just like the picture too which never happens. Everyone loved them and we’ve got some hard to please eaters in this house. Thanks for the recipe- this is my new go to for enchiladas.

So glad you enjoyed them! They are one of our faves too! :)

Made these tonight with a few variations… I added some sauteed mushrooms and onion.. And I did half with chicken, half with beans as I’m vegetarian. They were delish! Next time I’d adding a bit more cheese though ;) Thanks for the easy recipe!

Glad you enjoyed them! Your version sounds delicious!

Holy smokes…….we just made these last night for company. You know how you should never try a new recipe while company’s over?!?! Totally not true for these. So GOOD Jamielyn! These are now on the “favorite” list! :) -Ashley

Yay! So glad you liked them! They are one of our favorites too! I better put them on the menu next week… it’s been awhile! ;)

I made this for dinner tonight. Oh my goodness!! Best dinner ever. Thank you for sharing.

So glad you enjoyed it! We love that recipe. Have a great week!

Hi, I’m planning on cooking these tonight! I’m wondering if the chicken is already cooked? Thanks

Hi Von. Yes the chicken is already cooked. Hope they turned out okay.

These look awesome, thanks!

These sound and look delicious. I’m pinning them to my Recipes: Culinary Favorites Pinterest board. Thanks!

I love these enchiladas, hope you enjoy! :)

I made your chicken enchiladas last night. The only thing wrong was that I didn’t have enough left overs!! Lol they were amazing! Thanks for the recipe on Pinterest :-)

Hahah i’m glad you liked them Jackie! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment! Xo

Love these! I was thinking of taking them to a frozen meal swap next week. Has anyone tried freezing them? If so, did they turn out ok and what temp and for how long did you bake them? Great recipe, thank you!

These were the BEST enchiladas I’ve ever had!

Made this for supper tonight and it was very tasty. I used pheasant in place of chicken and the kids didn’t even know.

I’m glad you enjoyed it…my family loves this recipe! Thanks for stopping by Tina! :)

Made this for Father’s Day dinner and 2 pans were GONE in a flash. SOOO good, Jamielyn, I see why your kids love it so much!! Great recipe!

I do have a quick question before I try making these tonight. The recipe ask for one minced clove of garlic and ask just to be mixed in the chicken mixture, do I just mix the garlic raw?

Hi Vanesa! Yes, you just mix the garlic in raw! :)

On the receipe, do you use 4 ea. 8oz. packages of cream cheese or is it 4 to 8 oz of cream cheese?

Hi! It’s 4 to 8 oz of cream cheese. :)

That looks so good!!

I just made this last night. It was fabulous! My husband isn’t a big chicken fan, but he loved it. Thanks for sharing.

I’m glad you and your husband enjoyed this recipe! Our family sure loves it! :)

Hi jamelyn your recipes look fantastic

looking at recipe and was surprise to see you use 4- 8oz. cream cheese, so you are saying 8oz per chicken breast? Just asking sounds like a lot of cream cheese. I love cream cheese ( but), is this correct or a booboo.

Hi Linda! It is 4-8 oz of cream cheese for the whole recipe (4 chicken breasts). :)

We make these alot! We also add diced boiled potatoes to satisfy my meat and potatoes loving son & grandkidd! We always double the recipe to insure leftovers!

I’m glad your family likes this recipe Carolyn! Thanks for your comment, I love hearing substitutions people make! :)

Making your green chili enchiladas tonight! Is that four 8 oz packages of cream cheese? Or just four to eight ounces total?

Would appreciate a quick reply!

Is it FOUR 8oz.Packages of cream cheese? Or four to eight oz total?


Quick question…am I reading this right, 4 blocks of cream cheese that are 8 oz each?

Four to eight ounces, total, of cream cheese. :)

how much cream cheese,,,4oz to 8oz, or 4-8oz pkgs,.,.,((32 oz)

Four to eight ounces, definitely not 32 ounces. :D

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The BEST creamy chicken enchiladas on iheartnaptime.net #recipes #food

Enchiladas are on the menu ATLEAST once a month at our house. We love them! Green chile enchiladas are one of our favorites. I took one of my old recipes and turned it “creamy” to create the perfect enchiladas. I love how they turned out! These have the perfect combination of flavors and taste absolutely delicious! They do have a little kick to them, so if you don’t like things spicy make sure to take out the chili powder and cumin.


Green chile enchiladas


8-10 large flour tortillas

2-3 cups shredded cooked chicken (about 4 chicken breasts)

1 clove minced garlic

1/4 tsp chili powder (omit if you don't like things too spicy)

1/4 tsp cumin

1/2 tsp kosher salt

1/4 tsp black pepper

1/2 cup diced green chili (4.5 oz can)

4-8 oz cream cheese softened

1 juiced lime

1 14 oz can green chile enchilada sauce (I used Macayo's)

1/2-1 cup shredded pepperjack cheese

cilantro (optional)


1. Combine shredded chicken, cream cheese, garlic, chili powder, cumin, kosher salt, black pepper, lime and green chili in a medium sized bowl. Stir until combined.

2. Spoon 2-3 TB into each tortilla and roll it up. Place a little enchilada sauce on the bottom of a 9x13 dish and then put the tortillas in.

3. Pour the rest of the enchilada sauce over the tortiallas and top with shredded cheese. Cover with foil.

4. Bake at 350 for 15 minutes. Remove foil and bake for 10-15 more minutes, until the cheese is nice and bubbly. Allow to cool and enjoy! Top with fresh cilantro.

You can top them with cilantro when they come out of the oven.

creamy chicken enchiladas


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