These recipes for chicken entrees and casseroles cooked in the crockpot are the best. Remember to follow cooking times and instructions carefully, and that you can substitute many ingredients for those called for in the recipes. If you make changes, be sure to write them down! Because a lost recipe is like a lost chord of music; it's hard to reproduce.
This fabulous and super easy recipe has the best taste and texture. It was one of the first recipes I posted at Busy Cooks, and remains one of the most popular.
I adapted this recipe, which started as a skillet meal, for the crockpot. It's really delicious and easy to make too. Serve it with hot cooked rice or couscous, or even some penne or orzo pasta.
Nothing is easier than this two ingredient recipe. Because it's so simple, I like serving it over a more complicated rice dish. This is one of my favorite recipes ever.
Tender chicken thighs are paired with a medley of spices, peach preserves, and sweet potatoes in this delicious and healthy recipe. You'll love it.
Cacciatore means "hunter" in Italian. This rich recipe is made with bone-in chicken thighs, two kinds of tomatoes, mushrooms, onion, garlic, and dry red wine. It's perfect for a cold winter night.
Chicken and dumplings is the ultimate comfort food. And this recipe is so easy and so good.
Well, since bacon improves just about anything, you can see why this recipe is so delicious! Enjoy.
Wild rice is the only 'rice' I've found that cooks well in the crockpot. Brown rice is okay, but wild rice holds up best during the long cooking time. This homey and comforting recipe is easy and delicious.
This five ingredient recipe is so flavorful and easy to make. Two kinds of purchased sauces add lots of interest, and the chicken is super tender.
I love this recipe; it's creamy, smooth, and so flavorful. And the chicken is moist and tender. I usually add chopped onion and baby carrots when I make it; you could use bell peppers, mushrooms, and garlic too.