A few weeks ago I decided to start using my crock-pot more often and begged my Facebook friends for some new, EASY crock-pot recipes.
Within a couple hours, I had a ton of recipes flooding in. I vowed to start trying them out and have made three recipes within the last two weeks!
Don’t worry, I’m not going to become a food blogger – I like going out to eat WAY too much for that to happen – but I will share an occasional recipe that I try out if you guys want me to.
1 package frozen boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 can Rotel tomatoes
Place chicken in crock-pot, pour other ingredients on top. Cook on low for 8 hours. Monique suggested shredding the chicken with forks and then using it for pretty much any recipe calling for chicken, as well as chicken burritos.
For our first night’s dinner, I just shredded the chicken a little and put it on a plate with green beans and tomalitos. For the second night’s dinner we shredded it up a little more, piled the chicken on potato buns and added some BBQ sauce to the top to make sliders. Both nights were SUPER yummy and super EASY!
So a big THANK YOU to Monique for adding a yummy recipe to my rotation! And I appreciate you naming the recipe “crackpot chicken” due to the fact that I giggle when spell-check tries to change “crockpot” to “crackpot” every time I type it.
If you’d like to suggest any easy crock-pot recipes for me to try out, feel free to leave one in the comments!