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Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing

Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing is so easy to make with only 4 ingredients and a slow cooker!  My family loves this easy dinner recipe!  I love how easy it is to prepare!  They always ask for more when I serve this for dinner.

Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing Recipe is so easy to make with only a 4 ingredients!

That’s right this recipe has only 4 ingredients, that you probably already have in your pantry like I did.  For Mother’s Day I got a brand new Green Bay Packers Crockpot and I was excited to use it. So I started looking up crockpot meals and found this one. I had all the ingredients on hand so I went to crockin’!

Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing Recipe is so easy to make with only a 4 ingredients!

All you need for this one dish meal is boneless chicken breasts, Stove Top Cornbread Stuffing, can of cream of chicken soup and sour cream.  My family loves this dinner recipe!  I love how easy it is to prepare!  They always ask for more.  Remember that all crockpots vary in cooking times so always start checking it after 3 hours.

Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing Recipe is so easy to make with only a 4 ingredients!

Next you mix the can of cream of chicken soup with 1/2 cup sour cream and 1/4 cup water, then place on top of the stuffing.

Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing Recipe is so easy to make with only a 4 ingredients!

>Pour on top of stuffing mix. Place lid on crockpot and cook on low for 4 hours (check it at 3 hours). Fluff and serve. I like to serve this with green beans and mashed potatoes.  I hope you enjoy this delicious Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing as much as we do!  It is soon to become a family favorite once you do.

Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing Recipe is so easy to make with only a 4 ingredients!

Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing

This is an excellent one dish meal that you make in the crockpot!
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Prep Time:5 mins
Cook Time:4 hrs
Total Time:4 hrs 5 mins

Ingredients

  • 4 thawed boneless chicken breasts
  • 1 box Stuffing Cornbread Mix 6oz
  • 1 can cream of chicken soup
  • 1/2 cup sour cream
  • 1/4 cup water

Instructions

  • Place chicken breasts in bottom of crockpot.
  • Pour stuffing mix over chicken.
  • In a medium size bowl combine cream of chicken soup, sour cream and water; mix well.
  • Pour on top of stuffing mix.
  • Place lid on crockpot and cook on low for 4 hours (check it at 3 hours).
  • Fluff and serve.
Servings: 4
Author: thepursitofhappiness.com

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164 Comments

  1. Made this for dinner tonight and it was SO yummy!….didn’t have sourcream so used creamcheese and my soup was like a chicken dumpling.

  2. 5 stars
    I love Chicken and Stuffing, this is a great Crockpot Recipe to try. Thank you so much for sharing your delicious recipe with Full Plate Thursday.
    Have a great weekend!
    Miz Helen

  3. The perfect busy weekday meal. (and I love your Packers crockpot!) Thanks for sharing at Inspire Us Thursday at Organized 31.

  4. Hi I made this tonight followed all directions exactly and it ended up sticking to sides and bottom of crock pot and kinda burnt looking. I have never ever had anything burn in my crockpot. waiting to see what hubby and kids think of it though hopefully it still turned out ok

  5. 4 stars
    I have made this before and it turned out delish! However, I used a can of cream of mushroom and a cup of chicken broth on top of the cream and chicken and sour cream. I think without those it may have turned out to dry. Also, my chicken was frozen when I put it in. Cooked on low about 5 hours and everything came out great. Tender chicken and fluffy stuffing. Making this again tonight and might throw in some frozen veggies!

  6. I just put this in the crockpot. Instead of leaving the chicken breast whole I cut mine into pieces and also used chicken broth instead of water. I love crockpot recipes and this sounds yummy so hopefully it tastes good.

  7. Has anyone tried layering this differently? Chicken on bottom then soup mixture, then stuffing mix? Let me know if it turned out good!

  8. I made this tonight and followed everything listed except reduced cook time to 3 hours and only made 2 chicken breasts. Came out SO good! I’ll definitely keep this recipe for another cold night. Husband loved it too, as did my picky toddler. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Just was wondering as it’s cooking, does the stuffing start to look like mush? Mine is and wondering if I did anything wrong.

  10. 5 stars
    I make this but with an added layer, between the stuffing and soup of a bag of frozen green beans. I’ll admit it doesn’t look appetitizing to me when done (for that I think without is definitely the way to go) BUT it is delicious and no fail way to have the entire meal ready when we walk in the door!! Yummy!!

  11. I made this and it burnt on the bottom and the whole thing was very dark in color and mushy/pastey. It sounded good but wasn’t. I work so I have to cook on low for 9 hours.

  12. I’m going to try this!

    I’ve done crockpot stuffing before and have a couple good tricks:

    1. Line the sides of the crockpot with foil to prevent sticking.

    2. Place a kitchen towel over the top and then put the lid on. It will prevent condensation from going back into the dish which can make the stuffing really soggy.

  13. 5 stars
    I made this last night for dinner and it was a big hit! Just like chicken casserole, but a little bit easier. 🙂 I think next time I might chop my chicken into chunks. I used a 5 quart crock and the 4 hours time was perfect.

  14. 5 stars
    This was awesome!!! It was not expensive to make and my boyfriend and I ate every bite! Thanks for the great recipe, the only thing we will be doing differently is doubling the recipe!

  15. I made this for supper tonight and it was delicious. I would definately recommend it to anyone. I might try using a little white wine in place of the water next time. Thanks for the recipe, its a keeper!

  16. Yummy! Made this for dinner tonight and was really pleased with it overall, but it seemed a little dry. I think that might have been my error, though. Thanks for sharing!

  17. can i put this all together in the crock pot tonight, stick it in the fridge and start cooking it tomorrow on my lunch hour?

  18. Trying this tonight with full fat Greek yogurt instead of sour cream (bc of the lactose content). Fingers’ crossed!

  19. 5 stars
    Made this for dinner tonight. Very good. Will certainly make again. Couple of changes for my taste – will season chicken before putting it in crockpot and will likely add peas or mixed veggies.

  20. When I cook this do I have to stir it at all in the 4 hours it cooks? I just don’t want to chicken on the bottom to burn. Or do you just put it all together and leave it alone for 4 hours?

    1. You do not stir. Just put it together and leave it alone for 4 hours. Every crockpot is different in terms of how hot it gets so you may want to check it at 3 hours and then again every 15 minutes the first time.

  21. I make something like this. The only difference is that I added broccoli on the bottom and mixed the stuffing mix and cream of chicken mix together.

  22. I have 2 crockpots. One is a 7 quart and the other is a 4 quart. I think I’m just going to double it now. Any tips you may have would be appreciated!

  23. 5 stars
    I put the soup mixture directly on the chicken and then the stuffing on top. I’ve made this several times before and just wasn’t thinking.

  24. Hi so I am making this right now but I cooked the stuffing as directed on the box then put it in will it still be ok?

    1. I would not add the stuffing for the entire time to the recipe or it will dry out and burn is my concern.

  25. This is cookin now…smells like a mini TGivin Dinner…….servin with green beans and masha taters gonna have cranberry sauce also….. Cant wait to try….TY soooo much for the recipe….

    1. I would guess that it would take 2-3 drumsticks to equal 1 chicken breast. Boneless Chicken Thighs might be a better choice though.

    1. You can use instead – 1 cup yogurt, plus 1 tablespoon flour, plus 2 teaspoons water.

    2. I didn’t use sour cream because I didn’t have any on hand, and it was all right. I did add about a quarter cup of chicken broth to the canned soup. The dish turned out fine.

      1. Well I’m trying your recipe it looks great my question is I did not have chicken breast only chicken legs and I put it in in your order however I did not have any cream cheese or yogurt or sour cream so what I did use was a pack of chicken gravy two cans of cream of chicken with water and mixed it together in my stuffing and poured it over the chicken legs we will see in about 4 hours how it goes

  26. 5 stars
    Hungry for some comfort food and this recipe looks like it might hit the mark. Although made in a Green Bay Packers crock pot, it will taste infinitely better in a Philadelphia Eagles slow cooker! (Thanks for posting it and for taking a little “ribbing.!”) S.

      1. 5 stars
        So, I made this last weekend and it was delicious (chicken and stuffing). As I am a one-person household, I cannot tell you how nice it was to come home after a long day at work (office) and have this to pull out and reheat. Yummy and thanks for sharing this recipe. Looking forward to the 2015 NFL season which begins Sept. 17th — are you ready for some football? 🙂 Thanks again…..S from Sacramento, CA (a Philadelphia transplant!) Go Eagles!

  27. Thank you for this great recipe! I am collecting crock pot meals that only require 5 or less ingredients because it helps so much on busy mornings to just dump things in a run out the door. This is a great addition to my collection! One question… I usually get meals started in the morning and we don’t eat dinner until 6pm. 4 hours for cook time is on the short side for me… it will probably be left on warm for another 4 hours. Do you think that will work okay?

  28. In the crock pot as we speak, should be ready for kickoff.

    I am a little confused, however. how do you make something in a Green Bay Crock pot without any cheese in the recipe?

  29. 5 stars
    I have this in my crockpot right now but I set it for 4 hours on High. I think the Low setting would be 6 to 7 hours. Has anyone thoroughly cooked their chicken on low in four hours? I did check other similar recipes online and most said high for 4 hours so here’s hoping this turns out well as I want to make it for company next week.

  30. 3 stars
    I made it and found it to be very bland. The next day I added sautéed chopped celery and onions with salt, pepper, and a shake of garlic powder and it was amazing.

  31. 5 stars
    I made this yesterday, and after having forgot to turn on the crockpot, I transferred it to a baking dish and put it in the oven (350° for 1 hour) and it was great. My family ate every bit and I thought there would be leftovers. 🙂

  32. Can I use chicken stuffing instead of cornbread and would it be okay to double the recipe in a bigger crockpot with the same yummy results?

  33. Instead of the sour cream because I didn’t have any and wasn’t running to the store at 10 o’clock at night, I used a chicken gravy packet and 3/4 cup of water instead of the 1/4. It turned out great.

  34. Do you mix the box stuffing mix with the spices that are in the box before putting in crockpot or
    just the stuffing part. Thank you

      1. 4 stars
        Frozen broccoli works great also, just run the package under cold water for a few moments to break it up a little bit so you can spread it evenly in the Crock-Pot?

  35. I have one of those JennieO freezer to oven turkey breast (2-3 lbs). Could I use that as a substitute for the chicken breasts. If so, would the time change from 4 hours to something different

  36. Would it be all right to cut the chicken up before putting it in the crock pot? Also, I’d like to make about 6 servings, so I will just add more of everything.

  37. 5 stars
    This recipe is very good, but found the chicken breast to be a little dry. When I made it the second time I used skinless boneless chicken thighs and found it to be much better.

  38. I like to always cook my chicken beforehand amd shred it. I wonder if i mix all of these ingredients together with the shredded chicken will it come out ok?

  39. 1 star
    Unfortunately, this recipe was a huge fail. I used frozen chicken, and after 4 hours, the chicken was still frozen and the stuffing that maneuvered to the bottom, burned. Thankfully I used a liner. I’ve pulled the chicken, removed the liner, and now am trying to finish cooking the chicken in some vegetable stock and cream of mushroom soup.

    I looked forward to this, but it failed. Trying to salvage it.

  40. Do you think it would work if I mix this all up and put it in the frig in the morning and have my husband take it out and turn it on at noon?

  41. I just put mine on but my chicken is frozen one post says you can use frozen chicken and another said no plz tell me it will be ok

  42. I’m cooking this right now. It’s been cooking about 2 hours and all the soup/sour cream/water is still setting on top is that what it’s supposed to do? I figured it would sink into the stuffing.

  43. This recipe is very versatile and easy to switch ingredients for different tastes and styles. It’s an all around recipe any one can style and flavor to their families favorites.

  44. The recipe says to use “4 Chicken Breasts”.
    That’s alot of chicken and didn’t even fit in my crockpot.
    Could you possibly mean “4 Half Breasts”
    Help!

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