The ULTIMATE comfort food and one of the EASIEST crockpot meals I have ever made!
Having three kids tend to get kind of hectic so I wanted something easy that I could just throw together in the morning and enjoy later for dinner.
This meal could also be an east alternative to Thanksgiving or just a weekend or weekday meal to enjoy with VERY little effort involved!
Who says you cannot have Thanksgiving more than once a year?
Here is the newest crock pot that was purchased. This one has a delayed start so you can set it and go to bed. It will start at whatever time you’d like it to. Its amazing!
The fast that you can put frozen chicken into a crockpot and walk away is the best thing ever. This is the only frozen chicken we buy from Costco.
A lower calorie and point butter.
For spiced I always have these in pour cabinets and absolutely LOVE the Dak’s Green Zest. Code CHEFALLIE at Dak’s Spices
Onion powder and garlic powder I am constantly using in just about every single dish I make.
Getting the no salt added canned goods is the best way to control your salt intake.
This is the stuffing brand I had on hand so this is what I used. You can use any brand or flavor you would like to use.
Surprisingly this jarred gravy is SUPER low in calories and makes this dish even easier and delicious as well.
Kettle & Fire brand I swear by and love. They are so flavorful and packed with protein. Code CHEFALLIESKITCHEN for 20% off at Kettle & FIre.
This almond milk from Costco is always stocked in the house. I love that it is shelf stable.
Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing
- 5 Large Chicken breasts I used frozen
- 2 TBSP I Can't Believe It's Not Butter The Light One
- 1 tsp Dak's Green Zest seasoning Optional
- 1 tsp Garlic powder
- 1 tsp Onion powder
- 1 tsp Ground Sage
- Salt & Pepper to taste
- 1 18 oz. Heinz Home Style Gravy Classic chicken
- 1/4 Cup Unsweetened almond milk
- 1 tsp Thyme leaves Dried
- 1 Can Corn no salt Drained
- 1 Can Cut green beans Drained
- 1 6 oz. Stove Top Chicken Stuffing
- 1 1/2 Cup Fat free chicken broth
- In a crockpot place the frozen chicken and or defrosted chicken breasts down
- Take the light butter and smear all over the top of the chicken breasts
- Sprinkle the garlic powder, onion powder , dried ground sage and salt and pepper over the chicken breasts
- In a separate bowl pour the chicken gravy in and the unsweetened almond milk mix up and pour over the chicken
- Sprinkle the dried thyme leaves over the gravy
- Drain the green beans and corn and pour directly over the gravy
- In a separate bowl pour the stuffing and the chicken broth in and mix
- Pour the stuffing over the veggies making sure its all covered up
- Cover the crockpot and set to low for 8 hours
- Once done serve and enjoy!