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Italian Cream Cheese Chicken

This is one of those comfort food, simple and delicious recipes.  I have found several recipes of this type and created them into one that my family loves.  I especially love it on a busy day because you can just throw everything in the crock pot and it turns out perfectly every time.  I usually use frozen chicken.
Italian Cream Cheese Chicken
4-5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1/2 cup butter or l cube
1 package dry Italian dressing mix
2 (10 3/4 oz.) cream of chicken soup
1/2 cup water
1 -8 oz. cream cheese
1 lb. pasta (optional)
Place chicken breasts in crock pot and sprinkle with the dressing mix.
Pour cream of chicken soup and water over top.  Add the butter.

Cook on low for for 6-8 hours.  Stir once or twice.    When chicken is done, remove it from the sauce and shred it.  Add the brick of cream cheese and return the shredded chicken to sauce.  Allow the cream cheese to melt.  Stir until combined.

Now is where it is up to you.  It is great served over cooked pasta or rice. 
I prefer it with the cooked pasta mixed in.  You decide!!
YUM!! Enjoy!!
~Tiffanee

Comments

  1. I have this same recipe and pulled it out to make it in the next week. It is just too hot to turn the oven on here in TX!

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  2. This is also great with mashed potatoes. I make this for my family at least twice a month. Oh, and I add frozen broccoli to the chicken for the last hour of cooking.

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  3. I haven't made this in forever. I am going to have to pull out the crock pot and make it soon.

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  4. Hi Tiffanee,
    Just popped in from Julie's Sporadic Cook. I'm so liking it here and I love that recipe. I've been using my old Farberware Crockpot (yes oldie but goodie:) a lot lately and I am about to gobble up this recipe.

    Thank you so much for sharing...

    I know this may be a bit forward of me but hey, this is the world of blogging. We're playing the Picnic Game over at my blog. Julie hasn't told me what she's bringing yet:) It's a game much like the one many of us played as kids. I'm going on a picnic and I'm bringing... You're more than welcome to join us if you have the time. We played last year and I must say, for a virtual picnic, it went quite well and we had FUN!!! Hope to "see" you there. In the meantime, Bookmarked!!!

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  5. OMGoodnes I saved this!! Sounds and looks amazing!!! You rock my dear.

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  6. Good, a crockpot recipe. I love my crockpot, make dinner in the morning and forget about it. This one looks delicious.

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  7. I love this kind of recipe. It tried, true and better yet tested. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  8. Looks delicious and anything in the crock pot when it's this hot out (hit 112 degrees here yesterday) is a blessing!

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  9. Love that this is cooked in the crockpot! :D Been wanting ones that can save me from heating up the kitchen! :D

    Have a great weekend!
    Sherry

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  10. Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog through friendly friday link party. I am pleased to follow you too especially this blog. I love to cook and I'm always on the hunt for recipes, particularly pasta recipes! I am very much eager to try this recipe. Have a great weekend!

    Please allow me to post your badge in my kitchen related blog. it's http://mayjeskitchen.blogspot.com

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  11. I love crockpot recipes I can't wait to try this one!

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  12. i have made a recipe similar to this (might even be the same one) and i love it! here's something good with the leftover sauce: i put in quesadillas or as a pizza pocket filling. super yummy!

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  13. This is a new one for me and I'm always looking for great crock pot recipes. Looks yummy!!!

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  14. OMG.. that looks so yummy.
    I am going to try this recipe (hopefully next wknd)

    Thanks!!!

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