Nov 18

Slow Cooked Chicken and Broccoli

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Are you ready to prepare and/or eat the biggest meal of the season – Thanksgiving – YES!!! 

It’s not the food that I love, even though it’s a big part of it, it’s the day spent with my family especially now that there are just only four of us which makes it even more special. 

Hubby’s parents and grandparents, my parents and grandparents are all gone and my extended family, all cousins and just one aunt are in New York and Virginia.  I miss growing up with lots of family and friends living closer together sharing the holidays and eating around a large dining room table.

I now enjoy cooking for Malik who will be home from college, Tayair and hubby and it warms my heart because it is creating memories for my sons.

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The week before Thanksgiving I don’t cook a lot not only to save room in the frig and pantry but to also cut back on calories and this Slow Cooked Chicken and Broccoli Crock Pot Meal is just right.

slow cooked chicken and broccoli

Ingredients (Serves 4):

4 Frozen Chicken Breasts

1 – 14 oz package of Frozen Broccoli

1 Jar of Alfredo Sauce

1/4 Tsp. Seasoning of your choice

ingredients for slow cooked chicken and broccoli

Instructions:

Coat the inside of a Crock Pot with Cooking Spray.  Add chicken breasts, broccoli, seasoning and Alfredo Sauce.  Add 1/4 cup of water to jar, shake and pour remaining sauce into Crock Pot.

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Cover and cook on high for 4 hours or on low for 6 hours. You can serve this dish over rice but I prefer Angel Hair Pasta.  Sprinkle with little Parmesan Cheese and Red Pepper Flakes for some added spice.

Next week I am going to give you a Crock Pot recipe to use for the leftover Turkey.

 

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    • staciesayzso on November 19, 2016 at 9:46 am
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    Yummy! This would make an easy week night meal. Happy Thanksgiving to you!

    1. Yes, it was easy breezy and tasty too!

  1. I did ham and cauliflower the other night somewhat like this – yum!

    1. Hmm…never tried cauliflower – gotta add that to my recipes lineup.

      1. You have to pre-cook it first before you add to the dish but then again I did a casserole and not in a crock pot

  2. This looks delicious. I love making crock pot meals they are such a life savior on days when I don’t feel like doing heavy cooking.

    1. Definitely, just dump it and forget it – especially chicken and veggies. Hope you are having a good weekend.

  3. O my this looks so yummy. I gotta pin this to remember to make. You always think up amazing things in your kitchen!

    1. Thank you my dear, I am always on the look out for anything easy, breezy and good!

  4. I love how slow cooking makes this time of year easier and great for the leftovers! #ProductReviewParty

    1. Yes, nothing like coming home to a fully cooked meal. Happy Thanksgiving!

  5. Wow have your mini men have grown! Blessed!

    Yummy meal sis! I hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving together! #ProductReviewParty

    1. Yes, they grow by the minute! How was dinner in the new kitchen?

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