Yummy!!!! This was very tasty!! I made it in the oven instead and cooked it on low heat for three hours (my crockpot is on the fritz!) Next time I will add a few onions and sprinkle it with a bit of paprika for garnish! Served it with plain white rice and baby carrots - yummy!!! (I think I may also try this with cream of chicken soup - it should work out fine) Thanks for the great recipe!!
Enjoyed how easy it was to throw this together! I put in a minced clove of fresh garlic. (I forgot to put in an onion...) Great smell throughout the kitchen, and the meat was soooo tender! (I cooked on low for 8 hrs.) I agree, this would prob. be good with cream of chicken soup. I like a thicker sauce, so will prob. add more flour next time. My hubby requested white rice on the side. Thanks for posting the recipe! :-) (Easy for a newbie like me!)
I felt so guilty eating this! I've been dieting for months and even though I saw what I put in it tasted too good to be true. I did substitute the "Healty Request" Campbell's Cream of Mushroom Soup and Whole Grain Oat flour so maybe that helped in the calorie department, because my husband and I ate about 8 oz. each!
This sounds so good. However, diabetics are not supposed to eat "Mashed Potatoes" so you might want to elimate the diabetic part in your discription. You could give a new diabetic the wrong idea.
Very yummy! I added an onion as a previous reviewer suggested. About 1/2 hour after I got everything in the crockpot, I realized I forgot to add the flour! I sifted the flour over everything, stirred it in, then hoped for the best. The sauce worked out fine. I was worried about the amount of flour, but it was just right. My chicken was mostly frozen, so I cut each breast into 3 pieces. After 7 hours of cooking on low, the chicken was cooked, but not dry. I also stirred in about 1/3 lb. cream cheese at the end, for a bit of richness. Delicious, forgiving, and easy. Served this with buttered egg noodles and broccoli.