Friday, April 19, 2013

Crockpot Chicken Cordon Bleu

Seriously. Farmer Doc is starting to get tired of my crockpot cooking. But I love it! Especially on those days when I just don’t have the energy to stand in the kitchen to make dinner… that crockpot sure comes in handy!

chicken cordon bleu
Because I just can’t get enough… another recipe from “Slow Cooking All Year ‘Round” by Gooseberry Patch. You know you love it, too!

Slow Cooking All Year Round

Whisk up one can of condensed cream of chicken soup with 1 cup of milk.

soup and milk
Pour enough soup in the bottom of the crockpot to just cover the bottom.

soup in the crockpot
Top with 4-6 chicken breasts. Mine were on the big side (and I never get to say that!), so I just used 3. And yes, these are frozen. Just throw them right in there!

add chicken breasts
Layer a few slices of ham over the chicken.

add ham
And a few slices of Swiss cheese over the ham.

add swiss cheese
Top with the rest of the soup. (I used a little too much soup in the bottom, and didn’t have quite as much as I would have liked to cover the top. When in doubt, go sparingly on your first layer!)

add rest of soup
Cover, and cook on low for 4-6 hours (or on high for 2-3 hours). It comes out looking all golden brown and delicious like it was right out of the oven!

slow cooked chicken
Serve with a veggie… cause everyone needs to eat their veggies. This also would have been good with some brown rice out of the freezer… with that sauce drizzled all over the rice… yum!

chicken cordon bleu
A printable recipe card for you:

crockpot chicken cordon bleu recipe card

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1 comment:

  1. I am SOOOOO making this meal this week, AND I may even splurge on crock pot liners. AND I may just have to add this cookbook to my growing collection of Gooseberry Patch Cookbooks!


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