Every Thursday Sandra at Family Corner has recipes for Slow Cookers. She calls it Slow Cooking Thursdays and you can find some really good recipes to make in your Crock Pot. Check it out.

Mondays are not the easiest days in our house. If it is after a weekend that we had TD's kids then mine will be whiny when I pick her up because she will be soooo b-o-r-e-d without her playmates. Never mind that she has dance every Monday night from 6-7 p.m. and was an only child for the first 5 years of her life.

Creamy Chicken and Noodles is the 9 year old's favorite and if she likes it then even the pickiest eater will like it.

This will make enough for 4 adult servings and it is 9 Weight Watcher Points per serving (I used my recipe builder)

2 large frozen skinless boneless chicken breasts
1 can Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup
1 can Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup
1 small can of Chicken Broth (the whole can of Swanson makes it a little soupy)
Dry Ranch Dressing Mix
4 oz Cream Cheese
Wide Egg Noodles

Dump the cans of soup into Crock pot, stir to combine and sprinkle 1 tbls of Dry Ranch over soup mixture. Place the chicken on top of the soup. Sprinkle about 2 more tablespoons of Dry Ranch over the chicken. Turn Crock pot on low for 6-8 hours.

My Crock pot is at high Heat for 4-6 hours so I used the Low setting for 8 hours even though we ate within 6.5. I like using the low setting to keep the sides from burning.

When we came home from work even the garage smelled terrific. Anna was immediately hungry.

I started boiling a large pot of water for my egg noodles and dumped about half the bag in.

I took the chicken out and set aside.

Then I added 4oz of Cream Cheese after cutting it into small pieces and stirred this into the soup mixture and replaced the lid.

Now cut up the chicken into bite size pieces. See how it just falls apart??? YUM!! Place back into the crock pot and stir to mix into the creamy soup. You are now ready to ring the bell or in our family “Go wash your hands it’s time to eat; and make sure you use soap”

Drain the noodles and spoon the creamy chicken on top.

I think she likes it.

Yes, she liked it.

Originally posted 2/5/2008
9 Responses
  1. Sandra Says:

    This sounds great, thank you :)

    I actually have your taco soup in the crockpot right now :)

  2. Renee Says:

    Great recipe! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    This looks good. Thanks for sharing!


  4. Anonymous Says:

    Lots of yummy chicken recipes this week. This is one my family would like.

  5. This chicken dish sounds wonderful. My kids would really enjoy this!


  6. This looks really yummy. Thanks for sharing photos especially of your little one liking it. I have such a hard time getting my picky eaters to eat. I'm will try this one. Thanks.

  7. We'll try this soon - thanks for sharing!

  8. This sounds easy & delicious! Awesome!

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  9. Anonymous Says:

    ...when does the chicken broth go in? with the soups?