By AQueen on April 08, 2007
Photo by yogiclarebear
Photo by yogiclarebear
"This was a combination of a number of recipes I came across trying to find one that would use the crock pot and the ingredients I had on hand. It turned out FABULOUS! I served it over well-toasted garlic bread with a salad and sliced cantaloupe on the side. Healthy, low carb, simple and impressive."
Serving Size: 1 (299 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Made for Spring PAC 2014 and what a tasty and easy meal. I did cut the chicken broth down per other reviews and put the spinach in the bowl putting the cooked mixture over the top so it didn't get "over cooked" for DH. Served with recipe#216166#216166 on a mixed green salad."
"I have never rated or reviewed a recipe before, and I've tried hundreds. I was just so thrilled with this recipe I had to do log in and share. This was so yummy! My entire family loved it, even my 4 year old son! The only changes I made were to double it for 5 people (and there were not a lot of leftovers and we don't overeat... it was just that good), I sauteed my onion and garlic, added kale to the spinach because I had it and thought it would work well, and liberally applied the rosemary and Italian seasoning over all the chicken tenders instead of just the amount they recommended. I used low sodium chicken broth and kept the liquid about the same (did not double.) I just used whole grain bread with a little butter and garlic powder on it instead of purchasing garlic toast. Again, it was so yummy! And, it was SO EASY! Loved it! Thanks for sharing this recipe."
"This recipe is NOT low carb. I don't know if it's tasty or not, but I do know that with that amount of beans, and then served over bread ("well-toasted" or not), it is NOT low carb.<br/><br/>If you are diabetic or on a low carb eating plan, stay away from this one!"
"Mondays are quite busy as my two oldest daughters and I have our Civil Air Patrol meetings, so crock pot meals are a welcome choice. I doubled recipe as I needed it to feed 6 people. One thing I did alter in the recipe was the cooking of the spinach. Since no one in my family is big on cooked spinach, I added it raw in our bowls and spooned the chicken and beans over the top to slightly wilt it. The only thing I will do differently the next time is keep the amount of liquid at a single serving as we ended up with soup in the crock pot. Oh, I might also top each serving with additional Parmesan cheese after I have dished it up. Made and reviewed for Spring PAC 2012."
"We did some work in the yard and I threw this in the crockpot. Quick and easy and oh so good. When it was time to eat, I threw together a quick salad and we wre ready to go. Thanks for our lovely supper. It's a winner and can't wait to make it again, AQueen."
"DH and I enjoyed this. I used a 10 oz. box of frozen spinach (thawed and drained) and chopped cooked turkey."
"This was DELICIOUS! I was a little skeptical because there seemed to be a lot of seasonings. But everything blended perfectly. I used boneless skinless chicken breasts, and served over garlic toast as well. The only change I will make next time is to use about half of the chicken broth. There was way to much "juice." But there will definately be a next time. Thanks AQueen!"