Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Easy Crock-Pot Chicken & Dressing

Posted from March 2013 Drafts~


Our family really enjoys this meal, it's so easy to put together.  I took these pictures Easter morning as I prepared this for our lunch. I turned on the crock pot, went to church and when we arrived home lunch was ready. 
 

Ingredients:

2-3 lbs  boneless chicken breast
2 eggs beaten
1 Tbsp sage
1 medium onion diced
1 family size (lg) Cream of Chicken soup
1 stick butter, melted
4 cups stuffing mix
1 cup chopped celery hearts


*In a bowl mix 2/3 of soup...set aside the rest for later
*Now combine eggs, butter, sage, onion, celery, and stuffing mix
 
 
 

If in a hurry you can use a ready made stuffing or....
You can make your own stuffing.
There is a gluten free option as well, 
 make your own seasoned cornbread dressing.

You can also use homemade cream of chicken soup.


 
*Spray your crock pot with a non-stick spray
*Put the remaining in the bottom of the crock pot
*Place your chicken on top of the soup
   (We have a large crock pot and can put in 5-6 chicken breast easily) 


*Top the chicken with dressing mixture
*Cook on low 5-7 hours
 
~A couple of tips~
Don't cook longer than 7 hours or it will dry out,
and don't use frozen chicken.

~TA-DA~
Pull off the lid and serve!
Yum....I can almost smell it now....

A view inside the crock pot, it's always still moist :)

Add a salad or a couple of side dishes and dinner is complete,
this recipe easily serves our family of 13.



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5 comments:

Lynda said...

I would love the chicken but am not a stuffing eater - - but Bill loves it. Good recipe.

Laura said...

I'm going to try this! Actually, Abigail is going to try it. I broke my leg on Monday, so I'm stuck on the couch and she is super excited about handling some of the cooking! Thanks for sharing!

Tricia said...

Thanks for this recipe. I am always at a loss for crock pot ideas.

Cinnamon said...

That looks so yummy! I love stuffing too. One problem...I would be sick as a dog if I ate it :-/ But I am glad you enjoyed it.

Are you doing any picnics at the farm lately? We eat outside a lot and spend nearly every evening out front visiting and letting the kiddos play in their little pool.

Wish you were here to visit with.

Miss you!

~Cinnamon

A Heart of Praise said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe with us! This looks amazing! :)