How to: Cook Crockpot Creamy Chicken Spaghetti

I prepared a family favorite that is not only easy to make, but is a meal that can stretch the dollar! I love making meals on a shoestring and this one cost just around $10USD and can feed the ENTIRE family! With a family our size, recipes like these come in handy!

Creamy Chicken Spaghetti

Tips; You can substitue low fat, low sodium ingredients (soup, sour cream, cheese) without compromising flavor. You can also substitute a variety of cheeses and still get rich creamy/cheesy results. Use what you like. You can also substitute 2-3 chicken breasts with 4-6 boneless skinless thighs. The beauty of a recipe like this is, it is very versatile and still produces GREAT results.

Crockpot Creamy Chicken Spaghetti Recipe:
Serves 8

2 10.75 oz. cans of cream of chicken soup
1 10 oz. can of diced tomato w/ green chili (Rotel)-you do not need to drain
2-3 chicken breasts
1/4 c. sour cream
1 c. of shredded cheese (I used mild white cheddar but you can your preference)
1 lb. of spaghetti noodles (cooked)
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp. paprika(optional)
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp pepper

Start by placing your chicken breasts in the crockpot. No prep necessary. Add both cans of cream of chicken soup and can of tomatoes with chilis. “Frost” the tops of your chicken breast and cover crockpot. Set on high for 3-4 hours or low for 6-7 hours.

Once your chicken has been cooked, remove from crockpot and cut into bite size pieces. Add your seasonings-salt, pepper, garlic powder and paprika to your crockpot. Add your cheese and sour cream. Mix well. Add your chicken bites back into sauce. Mix well and put back on high for 3o minutes.

While your chicken finishes the last stage in the crockpot, prepare your spaghetti noodles as per direction on package. Cook al dente.

Once your noodles are cooked, add them to your crockpot chicken and mix in well. The noodles will blend with your rich creamy sauce making a mouth-watering dinner guaranteed to please some of the most picky eaters! Let sit until sauce thickens.

Serve alone, with a side dish, or garlic toast and Enjoy!

Ready to eat!


Happy hooking…and cooking!

Fuad, Shannon, and Nadia

Easter Pattern Round-Up

With a few days left before Easter, as we scramble to fill up some baskets with unique and exciting gifts, this blog showcases crochet patterns that will make your job easier!

Please follow the links below or click the photos to direct you to the written patterns to each of these fantastic designs!

By: Snappy-Tots

PATTERN: Egg Popping Poultry
By: Melody’s Makings

PATTERN: Flower Power Dish Scrubby
By: Simply Collectible Crochet

PATTERN: Bunny Rabbit Mask
By: YARNutopia

PATTERN: Little Egg Baskets
By: Fiber Flux

PATTERN: Bunny Amigurumi in a Carrot Cocoon
By: YARNutopia

PATTERN: Cute Chickie Scrubby
By: Red Heart Yarns

By: Snappy-Tots

PATTERN: Baby Bunny Amigurumi
By: Simply Collectible Crochet

PATTERN: Mini Square Bunny Lovey
By: YARNutopia

PATTERN: Most Egg-cellent Spring Egg Apron
By: Simply Collectible Crochet

PATTERN: Easter Eggs
By: Red Heart Yarns

PATTERN: Sweet Bunny Hat
By: Red Heart Yarns