Cheesy Slow Cooker Chicken and Noodles


Cheesy Slow Cooker Chicken and Noodles


Cheesy Slow Cooker Chicken and Noodles
Cheesy Slow Cooker Chicken and Noodles

If you're trying to get your children to eat their veggies, this creamy, cheesy chicken and noodles recipe is the ticket. Cheesy Slow Cooker Chicken and Noodles are super easy to make and will have you and your family going back for seconds. This creamy, cheesy chicken pasta is made with boneless, skinless chicken breasts, Parmesan cheese, mushrooms, garlic, butter, and an optional bacon garnish - what's not to love? When you get home from a busy day, cooking needs to be easy. Cooking up a creamy cheesy chicken and noodles dish is a wonderful thing that will put a smile on your family's faces.


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Yields8 servings

Preparation Time20 min

Slow Cooker Time LOW6 hr

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Is the bacon really optional in this dish? I mean, when you say bacon, how is there ever an option to use it! Now, the mushrooms would be the optional part as far as I am concerned. I am allergic though, so I guess for some people they would be a necessary ingredient.

This recipe looks like a chicken tetrazzini dish that I like to get from my favorite Italian restaurant - I can't wait to try it at home! I like the pasta choice here the bow - ties have a great chew to them, and the kids really like their fun shape! A great recipe for a crisp autumn day!

This recipe is an easy way to make a hearty meal of chicken and noodles. It has to be wonderful-it is creamy and cheesy! I love the addition of bacon and we will go pretty heavy on the parmesan cheese. I think my slow cooker is my favorite kitchen appliance by far!

This looks yummy! I would definitely include the bacon to take the flavor to another level. When I make these creamy dishes I sometimes cut back on the fats by substituting evaporated milk for the cream, or I use a lower % cream. I find it usually works pretty well.


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