Crock Pot Stacked Enchiladas

Total Time
4hrs 20mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 4 hrs

I got this recipe from J&S Old Time Recipes. I prefer the "real" enchiladas I make in the oven, but these are really tasty! Great for a busy or hot day, when you don't want to use the oven. My family really enjoys these! Prep time is approximate and does not include cooking the meat.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Brown your beef or cook the other meat you are using.
  2. Mix cooked meat, cumin, cream cheese and onion together.
  3. Spray inside of crock pot with nonstick spray, then pour a little enchilada sauce on the bottom.
  4. Place one tortilla in the bottom of the pot.
  5. Cover with some of the meat mixture.
  6. Pour a little enchilada sauce on top of meat.
  7. Sprinkle some cheese on top of sauce.
  8. Add another tortilla and continue layering until you run out of meat mixture.
  9. You should still have some cheese and sauce left.
  10. Top with a tortilla, then pour remaining enchilada sauce over all.
  11. Cook on HIGH for 4 hours.
  12. When it's done, sprinkle remaining cheese on top, replace lid until cheese melts.
  13. Cut into wedges with plastic spatula to serve.
Most Helpful

A terrific crockpot recipe. It has been added to our weekly menu by popular demand. I did not have to change or substitute in any way. It was very simple to put together and had a very rich taste. Thanks! Susanna17 in Indiana

Susanna17 June 30, 2003

We love this recipe! I made it once last week, and then dh actually requested it a second time! The first time, I used the red enchilada sauce, and the second, I used the green. I'm not sure which I prefer. A friend borrowed the recipe from me, and she used one 10-oz can of red and one 10-oz can of green. She really liked that. Both times, I used the Tyson Southwestern chicken strips and added refried beans, a can of green chilies, and a can of sliced black olives. You can't beat this for an easy recipe that tastes complex!

Luv2Cook/Hate2Clean:) November 12, 2007

This was a hit! I made it for an office pot luck. Took the filled crockpot with me to work, plugged it up behind my desk, and it was ready at lunch time! I used flour tortillas and cooked chicken. Everybody loved it. Thanks for a great recipe.

Kellymike April 09, 2010