Hawaiian Haystacks

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We had Hawaiian Haystacks all the time growing up! The best part of this recipe? They are SO easy, quick, and versatile! When things are super crazy, this is a meal you can throw together in minutes (and you probably have all the ingredients in your pantry right now!). It is one of those recipes that can help you clean out everything you have in your crisper drawer. We always loved picking out our toppings and decorating them ourselves - especially with the chow mein noodles on top! You really can't go wrong with this recipe!

Hawaiian Haystacks:
4-6 cups rice, cooked
2-3 chicken breasts, cooked and diced
1 can cream of chicken soup
1/4 cup milk

Chow Mein Noodles
Green Peppers

Mix cream of chicken soup and milk in a sauce pan until smooth. Add diced chicken and simmer for 5 minutes. Serve hot over rice, and top with your favorite toppings!

*These are just the toppings I had in my pantry - you can use whatever you'd like!

Looking for other quick meals? Try these:
Sticky Sesame Chicken
Marinated Grilled Chicken Sandwich
Grilled Chicken Caesar Pasta Salad
Oven Baked Tacos
Baked BBQ Chicken Taquitos

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  1. Kayleigh says:

    We ate these a lot growing up too! We prefer our chicken shredded though, and we doctor up the sauce. Garlic & some other spices, as well as some sour cream! But we add milk as well so it’s not so thick. We also had slivered almonds that my mom to asted in a pan on the stove. We also have celery, green onion, coconut as some more toppings. I once dated a guy whose family put peas on theirs and I really like it!

    • Cyd says:

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