Easy Crock Pot Chicken and Rice!

Super Quick and Easy Crock Pot Chicken ans Rice

This has to be the simplest crock pot chicken and rice recipe in the world.

Seriously, I’m kinda embarrass to post it because it’s a no brainer.

All the ingredients are staples in our home, so we have it often especially on Sundays after worship.

This feeds my family of 8 and we seldom have leftovers, so you might want to adjust the ingredients to meet your family’s appetite.

Or you could freeze the leftovers!  And stick it back in the crock pot on low to gobble up another time.

Easy Crock Pot Chicken and Rice!
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Recipe type: Crock Pot Main Meal
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Serves: 8-10
 
Super easy meal to throw together in a rush!
Ingredients
  • 3 lbs of frozen chicken breast
  • 2 cans of cream of mushroom or cream of chicken
  • small box of instant brown rice
  • 1 cup of water
Instructions
  1. Throw the chicken in crock pot(frozen)
  2. Pour the soup over chicken
  3. Cook on low for 7-8 hours or High 4 hours.
  4. Mix rice in mixture 30 min before serving with the water
  5. Shred the chicken with a fork or potato masher
  6. Serve

 

I told you it was easiest crock pot chicken and rice recipe that you will ever come across!  And it’s always a HUGE hit!

Need more yummy crock pot recipes!

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Jill

Jill

I am a child of the King, a helpmeet, and a homeschool mom to 6 almost perfect blessings. I love my simple life here on our little farm. I am the author and owner of Blessed Beyond a Doubt, The Sassy Slow Cooker, and co-owner of The Homeschool Live.
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Comments

  1. Easy recipe or not ,always post them. I know a lot of women who can cook but just cant come up with the ideas to make the meals . this really helps them.

  2. Emily Cook says:

    great idea! pinned it and shared it!!!

  3. Thanks, Jill, for joining us for the Southern Mama’s Blog Hop! We are thrilled to have you and connect with you!

    -Megan @ {All Things New} and Host of the Southern Mama’s log Hop

  4. Hi Jill,
    This is a great Crock Pot recipe, it looks very tasty and easy, thats the best kind! Hope you are having a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  5. No bainers are good and that sounds really tasty. I’m going to give it a go! Thanks for linking up for Flash Blog Friday :-)

  6. One of the things I miss from America the most is a crock pot. If I could have a penny for everytime I wished I could get one here, I would need to rely on support. :) Thank you so much for linking up at Mommy Teaches!!

  7. What Joy Is Mine says:

    Jill…I love easy! And I love my crockpot! Thank you for sharing an easy and inexpensive recipe this week at WJIM. I look forward to trying it.

  8. making this today! YUM!

  9. Can you use regular rice (not instant)?

    • Liberty,

      Sure you can, but I think you probably need to cook the rice and then add it in your crock pot. I am not sure if the rice would get hot enough otherwise. Please let me know how it works for you.

  10. How big is your box of rice? I have a 16 oz box of brown rice… Is that too much? Thanks for this easy recipe!

  11. I have one child who can’t do cream of anything soup–she can’t have milk or milk products. What do you suggest in lieu of the cream soup?

  12. I tried this recipe and it came out tasteless!

  13. Julia @ Savebiglivebetter.com says:

    Sometimes easy is the BEST to share! A lot of people don’t think of the simple stuff! Thanks:)

  14. I love simple and easy! I make something similar to this but just add some stove top stuffing to the top before serving it. It’s one of our family’s favorite comfort foods :)

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