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Kate McKinnon's Chicken Bacon Ranch Pasta

Kate McKinnon's Chicken Bacon Ranch Pasta

Chicken Bacon Ranch Pasta

1 lb. penne pasta, cooked and drained
2 cups shredded cooked chicken
15 oz. jar Alfredo pasta sauce
½ cup ranch dressing
6 slices bacon, cooked and chopped
2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese

In a large bowl, mix the pasta, chicken, sauce, and ranch dressing. Pour mixture into a 9” x 13” baking dish. Sprinkle cheese and bacon over the top, and bake 15 to 20 minutes at 350°F.

Comedian and actress Kate McKinnon was born in New York on January 6, 1984. After high school, McKinnon studied theater at Columbia University in New York City. She joined the Saturday Night Live cast in 2012 and later starred in the all-female reboot of Ghostbusters. A few of her popular SNL impressions include Ellen DeGeneres, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Justin Bieber, and Hillary Clinton. In May 2022, MacKinnon said goodbye to Saturday Night Live during the finale of the show’s 47th season to explore new opportunities.

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All About Potatoes

All About Potatoes

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