Summer vacation means experimenting with new recipes. I search Pinterest, pinning all sorts of delicious looking recipes at which to try my hand. But, regardless of how many recipes I pin, I always return to a tried and true favorite: Crock Pot Chicken and Stuffing. Just ask my husband. He asks, “What’s for dinner?” To which I reply, “Crock Pot Chicken.” When he asks about all the other recipes I pinned and for which I bought ingredients, I simply shrug and say, “I decided to do Crock Pot Chicken.” Truth is, it’s a simple, delicious, go-to recipes for days when you’d rather not get crafty in the kitchen. That’s usually once a week for me.
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~ 4 chicken breasts (I use tenderloins, so I increase the number to six.)
~ 1 package of Stove Top Stuffing (I prefer the chicken flavor.)
~ ½ cup of sour cream
~ 1 can of cream of chicken soup
Arrange chicken in the crock pot.
Layer dry stuffing mix over the chicken.
Mix sour cream and soup and pour over the stuffing.
Cook on low for 2-4 hours. (Time will vary. I have a high-powered crock pot, so two hours for tenderloins is long enough. Check occasionally to monitor time.)
Fluff and serve.
I generally serve with a side of mashed potatoes and green beans, but a side salad would also compliment the dish. I hope you enjoy this easy-breezy recipe!