OMG this is so good ,simple and quick. I could eat the sauce right out of the crockpot. Made mash potatoes instead of noodles. This is going into my hot day no oven rotation. Thnaks for sharing
quick easy and YUMMY
I made this with chicken thigh strips so it only needed to cook for a couple hours. I also cooked three slices of bacon and added those to the slow cooker in place of the bacon seasoning. The sauce was a bit soupy but it had a nice flavor.
This is our new fave dinner! I served it over rice instead of noodles. I to didnt know what bacon seasoning was so I just used bacon bits. I did not find it salty. I think it had just the right amount of seasoning! Thanks for this recipe it was fabulous!!!
I LOVED this recipe. My mom who is one of the pickyest eaters I have ever known liked it as well. However I did not know what BACON SEASONING was so I just fried up 3 slices of thick bacon that I had previously cut up in to small pieces and added that and about 1/4 tsp of the bacon drippings. I don't know it is was the bacon or the dry dressing or the sour cream but it did have a bit of a salty taste after a few bites. This is a definite keeper but I think next time I will lessen the dry dressing by a few pinches but definitely not by half. That's too drastic.
This was very good. I used Healthy Request Cr. of Chicken soup, 3 slices of low sodium bacon crisped up, and lowfat sour cream. I used whole wheat noodles and seasoned with about 2 tbsp EVOO, Molly McButter (to taste), garlic powder and onion powder and a few dashes of sea salt. Flavors all went well together. Will definitely be making this again! Thanks for posting :)
I made it yesterday and had leftovers tonight. That is something very rare in this household! Very easy. Next time, I plan to add more bacon.
This seemed way too salty to me. I may try it again and use only half a package of ranch dressing mix and perhaps just bacon bits instead of the bacon seasoning... It was tasty, just too salty.
Yum! This is a great tasting basic recipe. You could go in different directions with it with additions, etc. I chose to go in the alfredo-ey direction. I followed the recipe but had no bacon seasoning so I used same amt of bacon bits. I added a splash of lemon juice and cooked as directed. I then removed the breasts, added parmesan to the crockpot sauce and some fresh ground pepper, then diced the chicken breast and returned it to the crockpot sauce. I then made pasta, and added the crockpot ingredients to the cooked drained pasta. I put it in au gratin dishes and topped with mozzarella and broiled till melted, brown and bubbly. I wanted to add steamed spinach or mushrooms...but family wouldn't eat it that way. It's one of those recipes that does NOT taste like it's ingredients. No one will know you used cream of chicken soup or ranch dressing. You could easily serve it to guests. Try it, you'll like it. Thanks for posting.