Baked Chicken Breasts - Crockpot (To Die For!!)

Baked Chicken Breasts - Crockpot (To Die For!!)

69 reviews, 4 star(s). 83% would make again

Ready in 45 minutes

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5 Chicken breast halves, boned
2 tb Butter; or marg
10 3/4 oz Cream of Celery soup,
1/2 c Dry sherry
1 ts Tarragon or rosemary leaves,
1 ts Worcestershire Sauce
1/4 ts Garlic powder; or garlic
8 oz mushrooms; drained

Original recipe makes 5 Servings



Rinse chicken breasts and pat dry; place in Crock-Pot. In a saucepan,combine remaining ingredients and heat until smooth and hot. Pour over chicken breasts. Cover and cook on low setting for 8 to 10 hours. (I did it on higher heat to speed things up. I added boiled potatoes and some paprika towards the end.)

For the first time ever, I used those frozen boneless skinless bags of chicken. NOT BAD! Also, I have never been one to cook with canned soups before: have learned my lesson. Once cooked in this recipe, you cannot tell there is canned soup as base for sauce. This is delish!!!

Adapted by Brenda Adams

NOTES : I think this could be made in oven or on top of stove. Hint: Rivals recipe called for 4 ounces of mushrooms, but I doubled the quantity. You could leave them out if you dont like mushrooms. I had no Cream of Chicken soup and subd Cream of Celery. It was soooooo goooood that I think Ill just stick with Celery in the future!

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Cook for 8 to 10 hours? Too long
Carinelimbb 1y ago

me my husband and my 3 kids loved this recipe used the extra sauce as gravy on mashed potatoes. smelled wonderful while cooking in the crock pot, I'll be making this again without a doubt!
shinygurl76 2y ago

In my family of 6, no one liked this.
MleighC 2y ago

Very good. Just didn't add mushrooms. And can no longer add tarragon because I was allergic. But other than that chicken was very tasty
nvrgivnin 2y ago

I used the 4 ounces of mushrooms like the original recipe recommended and those were plenty for my taste. Simple recipe, the chicken was moist and flavorful. The Cream of Celery Soup and the sherry definitely combine for a different taste, yet the chicken was delicious.
timgraham1 2y ago

Everyone loved this. First time my son at chicken and enjoyed for the first time! Added the potatoes and no mushrooms. Still amazing! Just wish I made more for lunch tomorrow.
nvrgivnin 2y ago

I also forgot to add that I cooked on low for 5-6 hours and in the last hour bumped to high and took the lid off. This allowed the chicken to stay moist (if yours turns out dry then you've overcooked them) and thickened the sauce. So delicious!
pwrpufgirlz 2y ago

Loved it!
faithblock 2y ago

Great with cream of mushroom.Doubled sauce part of recipe for more sauce! Served over rice.Family loved it. I Was short of time, so I did a stovetop version. Worked fantastic!
reneegraves 2y ago

I used leftover rotisserie chicken, chopped celery, fresh rosemary and cream of chicken soup to the rest of the recipe and it's awesome. Great go to recipe for busy families.
abhughes 2y ago

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