17 Reviews

YAY! My son was going to his father's so we took the chance to eat some mushrooms and this is the one I chose to make. I'm so glad to find a recipe which cooks the chicken from the frozen state. I never can remember to thaw it! I would love to find more of them. I didn't find this originally, because when you search for it, you have to look up chicken breast and I had boneless skinless. Thanks! Made this again tonight, using fat free plain yogurt mixed with 1TBS cornstarch (to replace the sour cream) and put carrots, onions, green peppers, and mushrooms in. Another BIG hit! Served w/ baked potatoes and broc., so no one is vitamin deficient here. :D

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SmoochTheCook May 28, 2010

Love this recipe!! Not only was it easy to make but tasted great. I'm always forgetting to take chicken out of the freezer so that is another reason this recipe is perfect for me.

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cdjennings79 September 29, 2012

This was a great dinner. It was easy and very tasty...you couldn't tell this was WW. I served it over whole wheat pasta with veggies and everyone was full. Thank you for sharing...this one is going in my dinner rotation.

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mimi1161975 April 19, 2012

Easy and Excellent!! Served over brown rice with steamed broccoli. I used low fat sour cream so that killed the low points on this (ended up about 10 points) However, I think I'll use fat free next time since the other flavors will make the fat free sour cream taste good (I can't stand the fat free taste)

Definitely will be a regular crockpot recipe in my house!

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Cookin it up October 14, 2010

This was great! My family, including my very picky teenagers, loved this! I added a second can of mushroom soup for extra gravy and served over noodles.

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VickeyC August 28, 2010

My BF really enjoyed this dish. I used cream of celery and couldn't find onion soup mix so used the same ratio of onion dip mix and it seemed to work out fine for us. A tad salty, but that might be the envelope mix I used. My BF had this over brown rice. I used 2 slices of toasted bread and both ways were good. This is something I'll make again. I am very happy with how quick and easy this dish is. For a low point base, I could see this tasting great over some steamed cauliflower.

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zaar junkie June 16, 2010

Great! I made this ahead for OAMC and it turns out great. I just put everything in a large ziploc bag, and then freeze. Thaw and cook, turns out great. Lots of yummy gravy too!

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StacyW November 03, 2009

This turned out really good! I simplified by using rotisserie chicken and adding 1 cup of chicken broth. I cooked on top of the stove for about 30 minutes before adding the chicken and then mixed together with some cooked orchiette shell pasta to serve. Also added some black pepper. Nice comfort food!

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Chris from Kansas November 05, 2011

I've made this several times and it is delicious. Non-WW'ers love it, too. I sometimes put 2 cans of cream of chicken instead of just 1. It really is terrific!

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bjeter February 09, 2009

This was just okay. My husband and I found it too sour and in need of "something extra." The kids, however, liked it well enough to clean their plates, so that helped my opinion immensely.

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HollyGolightly January 21, 2009
Weight Watchers Chicken Stroganoff for the Crock Pot - 4 Points