12 Reviews

I found this recipe to be quite simple. It's one of those fix it and forget it recipes. I loved that aspect of it. I did however have to add some touches to the ingredients. I ended up seasoning the chicken breast with all kinds of spices and putting the cheese inside the chicken breast. I put 2 cans of soup instead of 1 and added a little bit more stuffing. Overall, the chicken just fell apart when I tried to take it out and the stuffing was really good. I WILL make this dish again!

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Jeanette G November 05, 2002

This one was so easy to throw together, and the result was delicious! The swiss cheese slices melted into the breasts and sauce giving it a lush richness! The stuffing was a perfect contrast for the sauce! The breasts themselves staymed moist and tender. Mine was done in about 4 hours. Nest time I make this I'll thrown in some chopped fresh mushrooms and onion-just a personal preferense. Thanks Dawn, this one will be made often!

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yooper November 04, 2002

Never Fail. My cousin made it with cheddar cheese, and says it was delicious also. Will be a standard in my house!

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Jacquie Darcey April 06, 2004

Making this now for the 2nd time. Family loved it first time, with the bread crumbs. Now, I am trying cooked rice. I can never fit 6 chicken breasts in my 5 qt crockpot. I also use homemade cream of chicken soup and I put the bread crumbs/rice on the bottom.

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WI Cheesehead December 12, 2012

Eight hours in the crockpot, chicken tender and creamy . . fell apart when serving. However, the dressing was dry and crumbly. Six chicken breasts was too much, IMO. Next time, I'll add another can of soup, and add some spices. Also, will make my dressing ahead of time and spoon on top the mixture the last hour of cooking in the crockpot.

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HisMonie June 04, 2008

I'm giving this 3 stars because my DH loved it but I thought it was overcooked after 3 hours on high and just too salty and my stuffing was dry.

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dumplin April 23, 2007

This recipe worked out very well, cooking on high in my crockpot for 3 1/2 hours. The stuffing did got get "mushy", but actually was still crumbly, yet moist. I used 3 cups of stuffing, since 2 cups just didn't seem like enough. We enjoyed this recipe a lot!

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Geema April 11, 2007

overall good taste, but my stuffing stuck to the bottom and sides of my crock pot it burnt it, maybe i'll try to bake this next time.

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Floridachef812 July 27, 2005

I make this all the time, but use sherry rather than milk. I also bake it most of the time in the oven, 350F for about a half hour. It's one of my favs.

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~Bliss~ May 14, 2005

This is GOOD ! I thought it would be just an average chicken casserole . Man , was I wrong !!! This is rich and creamy . A very nice meal . I cooked mine for 4 hours on low and it was just perfect . I will be making this again and again .

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Theresa P June 19, 2004
Swiss Chicken Casserole (Crock Pot)