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Today is Slow Cooking Thursday! Post your favorite crockpot recipe on your blog and go visit Sandra at Diary of a SAHM and add your link and title. Don’t forget to comment!

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This week I am highlighting a recipe that I have made several times. This is a favorite here. I hope you enjoy it as well.  

Easiest Crock Pot Chicken and Biscuits

I found this recipe in a Women’s Day Magazine entilted Slow Cooking.

4 servings

4¼ hours 10 min prep

2 cups cooked chicken ( I used diced raw breasts )
10 3/4 ounces condensed cream of mushroom soup
10 3/4 ounces condensed cream of chicken soup
2 (10 3/4 ounce) soup cans water ( I used chicken broth and omitted the bouillon )
2 teaspoons chicken bouillon granules
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
16 ounces buttermilk biscuits (8)

Combine all ingredients in crock pot except biscuits; blend well.
Cut biscuits into quarters, stir into mixture.
Cover; cook on Low 4 to 6 hours stirring occasionally or until biscuits are cooked.

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Comments on: "Easiest Crock Pot Chicken and Biscuits" (33)

  1. I have a very similar recipe and it is really good!

  2. Sounds really good! I see you changed themes. Looks good!

  3. That sounds like a comfort food. Yum Yum!!

  4. I have never heard of putting biscuits in the crock pot. I will have to try this one out. Thanks for sharing.

  5. That sounds so good MJ, thank you 🙂

  6. MJ thank for you for posting this yummy recipe.It must be good if it came from Woman’s Day:)

  7. Sounds wonderful! Have a great rest of the week.

    Renee’
    http://rmboys2.wordpress.com/

  8. Cooking the biscuits with the chicken mixture seems a little like chicken and dumplings. Yum, I can taste this now!

  9. This is exactly how my sister and I make chicken & dumplins when we are in a hurry, but we cook it on the stove top of course. I just told her that we needed to try it this way for Sunday dinner then it will be ready when we get home from church!

  10. Can’t wait to try this! I make my Chicken Pot Pie a similar way but use easy drop biscuits for the top. Never tried it in the crockpot though. Thanks for posting.

  11. oh this sounds so yummy! I wonder if it would work with a bread dough mix? I need to play around with this to make it gluten free—and can’t wait to test it out.
    -steph

  12. I’ll have to try yours!

  13. Thanks for reminding me that the chicken is cut up!

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  15. I can not wait to try this with the easy biscuits.
    Will let you know how it turns out.

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  18. I just want to be sure, but do you put the chicken in raw? The recipe calls for cooked, but you said cut up raw…just want to be sure that the chicken will cook completely if it goes in raw. Thanks!

  19. The recipe called for cooked.. but I always dice raw. It has plenty of time to cook. Thanks for asking.

    MJ

  20. Thank you! I made this last night and it was a HUGE hit!

  21. fischjello said:

    I’m trying to cook with fewer prepared (or is it “pre-prepared”) foods and am wondeing how I can make this without the 2 cans of condensed soup. I realize that by doing so it’s no longer “the easiest” crockpot chicken and biscuits, but does anyone have any advice.

    Would it be enough if I just made some sort of rue with chicken stock, flour, milk and some herbs/spices?

    I appreciate any thoughts! Thanks!

  22. There are many make your own substitutes for the ” cream of ” soups…. I did a quick google and found one here –

    http://joannmski.blogspot.com/2008/04/substitute-for-cream-of-mushroom-soup.html

    I hope that helps!

    MJ

  23. fischjello said:

    Perfect! Just what I was hoping for.
    Thank you so much!

  24. Can you add drained canned veg.also? If yes,how much? Could I replace the biscuits make it only a tube of 10 and use the veg.inplace of the other 6 bisciuts? Looking to make a type of pot pie. Thanks,Nancy

  25. You could definitely add veggies if you wanted. The recipe calls for a can of 8 biscuits ( maybe 10? ). I always dice all the biscuits. No need to leave any ou.

    I hope that helps.

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  27. I was browsing thru here looking for ideas for supper. It seems to be a challenge when working and trying to come up with something new that the family will like for supper. This one sounds so good and I plan to try it. I thank you for sharing this one. My son is very pickey that will I am sure going to change since he has joined the army. My husb and daughter are willing to try new recipes so I am hoping to find new ideas. I have been going to the store often and going to try making a menu ahead of time it can change but may help when we get home and they ask what is for supper. This one can be one that is made on one of my days off and well worth it when they come home for supper.
    Thank you again. God Bless.

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  30. Is it possible to cook this on low for a longer period of time? I work 8-10 hr days and would love a home cooked chicken and dumplings meal to come home to without all the “fixins”

    • I think it depends on your crockpot – If you have one of the old Rival crockpots that were made to go 8-10 hours then I would do it. If you have one of the newer crockpots that cook in 6 hours or less, I would not. Hope that helps.

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