Weekend Cooking – Chicken Meal (Slow Cooker)

A few weeks ago I stopped by one of the regular blogs that I read. There I spotted a easy recipe that I could cook without too much pain and discomfort. It was so easy and smells very tasty as the smell wafts up the stairs!

Add to slow cooker
Frozen Chicken portions – breasts or tender parts
2 tins of Cream of Chicken or Mushroom soup – I used Mushroom
A park of dried seasoning – I used half a pack as a large one!

Just added to the slow cooker

Cook all day on low or half a day on high.
An hour before serving add 8oz of cream cheese – I used Dairylea cut into to cubes, or small spoonfuls.

Before serving mix the cream cheese into the sauce and then serve over a bed of rice, noodles or mashed potato. I served over a bed of mashed potato that had some grated cheese added to it.

I put the slow cooker on at about 11am on low, planning to eat about 7pm. As it was the weekend we were both home, although I really haven’t been going out because of my back, so was pleasantly surprised when this was ready about 5pm! – we ate anyway! Hubby thought it was delicious and very tasty!

Source of original recipe was HERE and look at the November 17, 2011. A great site by which the author shares her family recipes.

Weekend Cooking is hosted by BethFishReads

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2 Responses to Weekend Cooking – Chicken Meal (Slow Cooker)

  1. Beth F says:

    The slow cooker is such a life saver when you're not feeling well. This looks so easy.

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  2. Peggy says:

    Oh yea, my mouth is watering. I love slow cooker recipes!

    Like

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