Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Tasty Tuesday- Chicken and Dumplings

Happy Tuesday loves!! Its about 8:55am and I've been siting here for the past two hours writing down notes for my final which will happen in a hour. I'm a little nervoussss. So I decided to come write a post to get my mind off of it. I find that not over studying helps me alot! 

I've come to the realization that I love the crock pot. My mom is the master of dinner making in this house, whether its something she leaves me to just pop in the move or something that is so easy, like making tacos tonight. I love when she puts stuff in the crock pot  it doesnt matter what I'm doing that day or where we go, I dont have to be home at a certain time to prepare everything. Its so nice. Last night she was home but decided to make one of my new favorite dishes in the crock pot  chicken and dumplings. I love chicken but never thought I'd eat this. Branching out is kind of nice. I'm more of a dumpling girl to be honest!! So, today comes the recipe

There may be better recipes out there for this meal but for someone who is sooo picky, this one is a favorite of mine :)


4-6 boneless skinless chicken breasts 
2 tablespoons butter 
2 cans cream of chicken soup 
1 can chicken broth 
1 onion diced (I used half of one) 
1 tablespoon dried parsley 
4 grands flaky refrigerator biscuits (I used five)

  • Put the chicken, butter, cream of chicken, chicken broth, parsley and onions in the crock pot and cook on high for four to six hours. Mine only needed five, and probably didn’t even need that much.
  • As the chicken cooks and gets tender, break it up with a spoon or fork
  • Get your biscuits and cut them into nine pieces. I kind of rolled them into balls to ensure they stayed whole but it’s not necessary. Stir into chicken mixture and cook for another hour.

Simple, huh? I thought so! Its so good. The recipe says if its a little thick to add chicken broth or soup and it will get a little creamier! Enjoy

Linking up with Ashley and Jessica for Tasty Tuesday!


heydanixo said...

Woohooo does this look tasty!
Good luck on that final girly(:

Anonymous said...

Whoever invented the crock pot is a genius! So freaking smart! It's the easiest way to make dinner! Thanks for linking up with us!

Jessica Miller said...

Chicken and Dumplings are my absolute FAVE!!!! I'm so glad you posted this recipe for the crock-pot! Sounds so easy! :)

Thanks for linking up with Ash and I!


Another Clean Slate said...

I actually made this recently and it was soooo good! So bad for me but delicious!

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Sara @ Sara in Texas said...

Wow this sounds delicious! Pinned it & will definitely be trying it. How easy! I would have never thought of using the biscuits!

And good luck on your final!

Susannah said...

I love my crockpot too!!! I think I need to try this recipe!

Angela said...

That sounds delicious!! I will definitely have to try!

Kerry @ Till Then Smile Often said...

I love Chicken and Dumplings! The fact that it is in a crockpot is even better! Good luck on your final!

Rachael SparkFire said...

This looks delicious! I was actually thinking about making this tonight!


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Anonymous said...

oh yum!!! the biscuits sound like a great twist....thank you!! this is on my list!!!
I have beef stew in the crock pot for tonight.
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Jennifer said...

I hope your final went well! This looks really good, thanks for the recipe. :)

Katie said...

hope you rocked your final today! was it statistics?

Jessica @ The Wondering Brain said...

That looks yummy! I love anything crock pot too! I will be using mine tonight to make a Hawaiian Dish - Kalua Pig. It will sit in there for 18 hours. Can't wait for it! Thanks for sharing your recipe with us @ My Favorite Posts SHOW OFF Weekend Blog Party!

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