It’s fall, y’all! The temperatures are dropping (although in Oklahoma its felt like mid-summer today) and its time for some hoodies, scarves, and crock pot meals!
(I don’t know about you, but I LURVE my crock pot. I used to use it at least twice a week and not just in the fall and winter.)
I saw this on Pinterest and was super excited because 1. I already had everything to make it (meaning no need to go to the store) and 2. three words: Stove Top Stuffing.
Here’s what you need:
~One box Stove Top Stuffing
~1 can Cream of Chicken soup
~1/2 cup sour cream
~3-4 chicken breasts (thawed)
~1/4 cup water
First, place your thawed chicken breasts into your crockpot. Then, cover the chicken with the stuffing mix.
Grab a medium-sized mixing bowl and pour in the soup, sour cream, and water. Mix well.
Pour the mixture on top of the stuffing mix in the crock pot. (Do NOT mix with the stuffing. Just pour the mixture on top.)
Then, cover and cook on low for four hours!
Unfortunately, I don’t have a picture of the finished product. Why? Because this dish was so stinking good that by the time I thought about taking a picture, every bit of it was GONE! It was sooooooo good! I’m DEFINITELY making this again!