Crockpot French Onion Chicken Recipe

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Craving some Crockpot Chicken??  How about some Crockpot French Onion Chicken?!?

This Crockpot Recipe is incredibly delicious, and seriously EASY!

It’s kind of like a boneless skinless chicken breast smothered in your favorite flavors of rich and creamy French Onion Soup.  SO yummy!




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Crockpot French Onion Chicken Recipe
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Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • 4 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, thawed
  • 1 can Campbell’s French Onion Soup {10.5 oz.}
  • ½ cup Sour Cream
Instructions
  1. Cook chicken in crockpot on HIGH for 3 hours {covered}
  2. After 3 hours, drain juices from crockpot
  3. Mix together French Onion Soup and Sour Cream
  4. Pour mixture over chicken, and cook on HIGH for 30 more minutes {covered}

Yum

That’s it ~ now wasn’t that easy??  Serve this crockpot meal with Rice, Vegetables, Potatoes, or Bread as a tasty side!

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Comments

    • Heidi says

      Hi Vannessa ~ no… you don’t need to add anything else ~ the chicken will cook in its own juices that it releases. Hope that helps! 😉

  1. Brittany says

    How would it turn out if I weren’t able to drain the chicken juices and just cooked it all together at once? As I’ll be at work while it cooks.

    • Heidi says

      Hi Brittany ~ the sauce will turn out more watered down if all ingredients are cooked together from the beginning. The reason I like to drain the juices first is that you’ll end up with a much thicker, tastier sauce. 😉

  2. Velda Sandbeck says

    You have to do is add 2 to 3 tablespoons of flour mixed with the sour cream and put into the crockpot and it will thicken as it cooks

  3. miranda says

    Hi! I’m only cooking for myself so I was wondering if I could freeze a portion of your chicken crockpot recipes and only cook the other portion?

    Thanks!

  4. Beverly in Mississippi says

    I have found that anything cooked with French onion soup is delicious!
    I love my crockpot so much that I have 3 sizes and use them often!!

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