Crock-Pot Chicken & Wild Rice (aka Jordan's new favorite meal)

10.22.2013


I've been killing it on Pinterest recipes lately. Like, for real. I actually started a "entrees I've tried and liked" board, which is where I put all the Pinterest recipes I've, you know, tried and liked.

This most recent recipe is sure to be a staple in our house for years to come. As in, it's in the Crock-Pot right now for the second time in just a few weeks. It's so easy and super super super delicious. We served it with a side of steamed corn. Hello, yum.


Ingredients Needed 

3-4 chicken breasts (fresh or frozen)
1 can cream of mushroom soup (or other cream of soup variety)
1 onion
1 box long grain & wild rice (like Uncle Ben's)

Find the full recipe here.

It uses a grand total of 4 ingredients and no prep time except cooking the rice and chopping an onion. Throw it all in the crock-pot and be done! Seriously, make this.

See what else I've been Pinning!

**Linking up with the lovely Ashley and Jessica for Taste of Tuesday!**

25 comments:

  1. I've been feeling self-satisfied, too, that I actually attempt a fair number of the Pinterest recipes I pin . . . now if I could just do that with the craft/diy ideas as well. : ) Thanks for the slow-cooker recipe--Crock-Pots are lifesavers.

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  2. I love a quick and easy crockpot dish! Looks yummy!

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  3. YUMM! I am making this tomorrow!

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  4. I mentioned somewhere before that I've had my crockpot for about two years now and I've only used it once or twice! Crazy, I know! But this looks too yummy not to try.

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  5. And this is what we are having for dinner on Sunday. Such a classic that I haven't had in years! So glad you linked up with us! :)

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  6. Mmmmm, we are huge fans of wild rice, but it's really hard coming up with ideas to cook with it! I will have to remember this and pin it for later. :) I also have a board for food we've made and loved! Keepers have to kept. :)

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  7. My husband will love this!!!!
    Thank you!

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  8. I just created a board like that too for "Pinterest Accomplishments". :-)

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  9. Isn't it fulfilling to actually try (and like! cherry on the top) stuff that you've pinned?? I always think to myself, "See - pinning is a good use of time!" when that happens. :)

    This looks delicious! Gotta love the slow cooker.

    -Amy

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  10. sounds so yummy! might try, but hubby can't have cream, so might use a more brothy soup. so following your pinterest boards.

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  11. Amanda, this looks AWESOME! I love my slow cooker more than is probably sane and use it all the time in the fall and winter. I can't wait to give this one a try!

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  12. Our first 6 months of marriage using our crock pot was how we lived. I used it probably 5 times a week and I still probably use it 3 to 4 times a week! Trying this!

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  13. MM that looks so good! Seeing this really made me want to get back to cooking...

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  14. This looks super yummy! I seriously need to try and attempt meal planning, it's just seems harder with a baby now, but I am sooo tired of fast food!

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  15. Thanks for sharing! Looks delish!

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  16. Yum! Sounds wonderful to me! :-)

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  17. Oh yum!!! I love anything you can use a slow cooker for!! So easy. Thanks for linking up!!

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  18. This looks amazing!! I actually have a random can of cream of mushroom soup in our pantry and have been looking for a recipe to use it. Will be giving this one a try!

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  19. "i've been killing it.." Oh Amanda.. That was pretty frikin funny.

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  20. SO. I made this. Well, sort of, I tweaked it a little because I'm rebellious like that. I used 1 c. dried wild rice (the kind that takes like 45 minutes to cook) and dumped it all in at one time. Sprinkled with onion soup mix (to make up for the lack of a seasoning packet) and then poured in 3/4 can of chicken broth and *dundundunnnn* added half a block of cream cheese, sliced, on the top cream soup that was on top of the chicken. Cooked on low for about 6 hours and it was GUD.

    I will say, it was not as pretty as yours. So, there. That's what happens when you're rebellious. ;)

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  21. Mmm I love my slow cooker. And rice! So I might definitely have to try this one.

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  22. Easy and looks yummy!! I will have to try this for sure. Thanks for sharing :)

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  23. Bookmarked this forever ago. Finally made it today. Gonna make it again ASAP. Easiest thing ever and so tasty!

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