Monday, November 17, 2008

Crockpot Cream Cheese Chicken

Anyone like alliteration? :) We had this for dinner tonight, it was super easy, and yummy, so I thought I'd share. I didn't take any pictures, sorry.

Here's the recipe:
-1 can cream-of-something soup (I used cream of mushroom)
-1/2 cup chicken broth
-frozen chicken pieces (I used one pack of chicken I had bought on sale and stuck in the freezer)
-packet of Italian salad dressing mix (the seasoning)
-2 cloves minced garlic
-block of cream cheese

Put everything but the cream cheese in the crockpot. Cook on low for 6 hours. Shred the chicken with two forks in the crockpot, then add the cream cheese. Cook on high for 30 minutes or until the cream cheese melts. Serve over pasta. (I served it over brown rice.)

We enjoyed it, it was easy, and yummy. I've been using the crockpot a lot recently, as it's hard to be able to cook a dinner with two kiddos. So, if you have any good and easy crockpot recipes, let me know! You can leave it in a comment, email it to me, or post it to your blog (just let me know if you post!).

4 comments:

Gretchen said...

Did you get that from the girl who's using her crock pot every day this year? If you haven't seen her website, it's crockpot365.blogspot.com (I'm not sure how to do a link, sorry). I have some good slow cooker recipes, too. I'll email them to you later.

Sarah Rose said...

It sounds like YOU have got the motherlode of crockpot recipes! Since it took me an hour to bake chicken and steam veggies for dinner tonight, I'm definitely leaning towards more crockpot usage... so keep sharing those recipes!

Rebekah said...

That looks yummy. :)

Kelly Via said...

We do something very similar:
1 family can of cream of chicken
1 family can of cream of mushroom
1 block cream cheese room temp
(mix these with a blender till creamy)
Add some frozen chicken breasts
Allow to cook all day in the crockpot and then...
Make some biscuits and serve over biscuits!! Delicious!

I love my crockpot! I may have to check out that crockpot365 link!