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Dump 4 ingredients into a slow cooker. End result is a hearty, tasty chicken and stuffing

This too good to be true side dish calls for only five, yes, five ingredients to make – chicken breasts, chicken broth, cream of chicken soup, stuffing mix, and water. Simple ingredients cooked slowly in a slow cooker to give you the best chicken and stuffing. A no fussy side dish that is hearty, mouthwatering, and does not require you to spend eternity in the kitchen. This has been one of my go-to, especially during busy days. I just put everything in the slow cooker and set to cook for several hours. Then, come dinner, I just transfer this on a serving plate. Easy, peasy! With this recipe, you are guaranteed to have the tastiest, moist chicken breasts with the best stuffing you’ll ever savor. And chicken as we all know is a great source of protein, so that is a plus point. If you have kids like me who are obsessed with anything chicken, then this recipe is worth everything. And this slow-cooked chicken and stuffing will save you always. I am a working mom, busy almost every day, therefore, most of the time I resort to slow cooker recipes and they never fail me, not once. I can tell you that this slow cooker chicken and stuffing is a keeper and a must-have.

Dump 4 ingredients into a slow cooker. End result is a hearty, tasty chicken and stuffing This slower cooker meal is hearty, delicious, uses only five ingredients, and leaves you with a protein AND a side dish. No, it’s not too good to be true… it’s slow cooked chicken with stuffing. Here’s how to make it!



4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts
1 cup chicken broth
1 can of cream of chicken soup
1 box of stuffing mix
1/2 cup of water


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Plop your chicken into the slow cooker. Then pour your broth on top of it. Next, place your soup, stuffing, and water into a bowl, mix it together and spoon it on top of your chicken.
Cook the ingredients on the low setting for seven hours. When you come back to your pot you’ll have a tasty moist chicken breast and the best stuffing you’ve ever had.

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