Crock Pot Chicken & Vegetable (Easy Clean Up)

Total Time
8hrs 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 8 hrs

I made this up one day and it worked perfectly. Very flexible, use any of your favorite chicken seasoning, or your fave veggies!

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 3 lbs boneless chicken (I use a mix of thighs & breasts)
  • 1 (1 1/3 ounce) package Lawry's southwest marinade (or anything else you like)
  • 3 ears corn, shucked & cleaned
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 2 oven cooking bags


  1. Place your chicken in 1 bag with the packet of seasoning.
  2. Do not add liquid, it will make it's own.
  3. Seal up the bag and put it in the crock pot, set on low for 8 hours.
  4. With 3 hrs to go, break the ears of corn in half and put in the other oven bag.
  5. Add the butter, salt& pepper to taste.
  6. Seal it up and put it on top of the chicken or next to, depending on the size of your crock pot.
  7. I put both bags in a serving bowl and cut them open, serve out of the bag for informal dinners--less clean up!


Most Helpful are my hero, cookbook carrie! I'm on a new schedule at work that leaves me with no time at all to cook in the evening, so I've been using my crockpot at least 4 days a week(no joke). This is awesome! I didn't have Southwestern seasoning, so I made a rub for the chicken with some garlic and herbs de provence, and it was excellent. I also made corn per your directions(I did add a little bit of fresh sage to flavor the butter), and also sealed up a bag of zuchinni and yellow squash with some butter and rosemary. I just put the corn and zuchinni in before I left for work, and when I stopped back by the house for supper 4 hrs later, it was perfect! I will use this technique again, often. Thanks so much!

greengirl512 February 19, 2007

This rates 5 stars with me for technique--what a clever way to use the slow cooker. I used all boneless skinless thighs and coated each piece well with the dry southwest marinade. The seasoning stayed very well on the chicken even with the liquid that accumulated in the bag. Very TASTY. With the leftover chicken....I cubed it and added it to a pot of chicken vegetable soup I made from stock I had in the freezer. I let the chicken simmer in the soup for 15 mins....WOW...what flavor it added to the soup. Another 5 stars for the chicken recipe.

Sandylee April 07, 2005

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