Crock Pot - Chicken Corn Chowder

Total Time
5hrs 15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 5 hrs

AWESOME Flavor!! A satisfying and fulfilling chowder for any lunch or dinner....just add crusty bread!! A good year around mainstay entree in our home! Cooks while you work or shop! Easy preparation!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Lightly brown chicken pieces in butter and set aside. Saute onion and celery.
  2. Place carrots, potatoes, onion, celery and corn in crock pot. Put chicken pieces on top. Add chicken broth. Add salt and pepper (to taste).
  3. Turn crock pot to low and cook 4 to 5 hours. During last 10 minutes of cooking add evaporated milk and cheese. Stir lightly to allow cheese to melt.
  4. Note: If a thicker chowder is desired, add -- 1 tablespoon cornstarch dissolved in 2 tablespoons of cold water. Also, smash a few potatoes for thickening.
  5. Serve with crusty bread and enjoy!.


Most Helpful

This was a wonderful chowder. The flavor was very good. Easy to put together, I followed the directions to a tee except for using a bag of frozen corn over the canned. I think I used around a half a teaspoon of salt and a quarter of pepper for seasoning. I used homemade chicken stock which was awesome. I think I might add a little flour to thicken it some next time, an easy thing to change to my preference. I was thrilled come dinner time to only have to toss some bread in the oven and serve up the bowls of soup. Nice. Made for Crock Pot Photo Challenge.

Kitchen Witch Steph August 18, 2008

I cooked everything on top of the stove and the chicken came out very tender and delicious. I used 5 good size potatoes, and thickened the broth, because we like it on the thicker side. I served ours in homemade whole wheat bread bowls to everyones delight!

Little Miss Cheffie November 10, 2008

I've made a much more complicated and labor intensive corn showder before, but never again. The minor adjustments I made to this recipe were:<br/>1. frozen corn instead of canned (which has less sodium, so I ended up adding some salt toward the end of the cooking time)<br/>2. I added more celery & carrots than it called for <br/>3. Due to the extra veggies, the one can of stock didn't cover the food in the crock pot. I didn't have any more at home, so I added about a half cup of water.<br/>4. Based on other reviews, I thickened the chowder. I didn't have corn starch at home, so I used flour & water, added toward the end of cooking time.<br/><br/>I'll definitely make this again.

Tracy F. December 09, 2013

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