Slow cooker and stuffing recipe
I finally developed my chicken and stuffing recipe in a slow cooker! I say that because there is a special technique you have to do to keep the stuffing from drying out. I don’t like dry stuffing. I like stuffing that is light, fluffy and moist. This recipe is easy, but there’s an order to make sure the ingredients are perfect. This recipe also has an amazing flavor. Finally, FINALLY!
UPDATE: We’ve also converted this recipe into an instant jar! Get the Instant Pot Chicken and Stuffing recipe here. This will allow you to prepare this dinner in 18 minutes, from FROZEN to FACT!
OH, and if you’re looking for more amazing slow cooker recipes, you can add this post to your favorites. We’ve already toured the Top 50 Best Slow Cooker Recipes!
Oh, and it also passed the “kid-friendly” test! Melanie loves it! She’s very greedy and is rarely picky, but she’s not afraid to tell me if something doesn’t taste good. I sincerely love her. (She is only 9 years old)
Now I need to tell you about the crock pot I use. You can see it in the picture below, but I really need to tell you about it. It’s the Hamilton Beach Stay or Go 6-Quart portable slow cooker that I bought on Amazon almost two years ago. I use it a lot! I really like it because it’s a 6-litre slow cooker that can prepare very large meals. I also like it because it has a lid that closes tightly. It’s great for taking meals on the go. I know they won’t tip over. If, or when this crock pot comes out, I’m already planning to buy another one just like it. It’s one of the best slow cookers I’ve ever owned. I love it.
You’ll need it:
4 thawed chicken breasts.
1 large can of chicken soup or cream of chicken soup.
2 cans of stuffing mix.
1 cup of sour cream.
1 small package of frozen green beans.
How to make :
Place chicken breasts in a sprayed slow cooker and add 2 cans of stuffing mix.
In a medium bowl, mix the soup and sour cream. Pour the mixture over the stuffing and chicken.
Add a layer of frozen green beans and pour in a cup of water.
Cook the chicken for 4 hours over high heat or 7 to 8 hours over low heat.