Creamed Spinach With Garlic Chicken (Crock Pot)

"Creamy dish with chicken, carrots, spinach and garlic served over fettuccine noodles. Easy to prepare. Just throw everything in the crock pot and wait for it to finish cooking! I created this at home. There is a lot of spinach in this dish, so if you prefer, you could cut it down some."
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Ready In:
6hrs 10mins




  • Place the top 8 ingredients (in the order they are listed) in a crock pot on low heat for 5-6 hours or high heat for 3-4 hours.
  • During last 20 minutes of cooking, boil noodles and drain.
  • Pour it over a bed of hot fettuccine noodles and sprinkle with a little parmesan cheese. Enjoy.

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  1. this was lacking something in flavor...but, definitely a workable recipe. if i knew my spices better, i'd play around with this a bit to make it more flavorful. thanks
  2. This was surprisingly good! My teens and husband really enjoyed it, as did I.


I love to cook. I used to hate it. That was before I became a stay - home mom. I made foods for me and my husband as newlyweds and I know he choked some of it down with a smile. He still jokes to this day about when I made spaghetti and I didn't heat the sauce up. I just poured it over the hot noodles thinking they would warm the sauce - not so! Cold dinner - ick! Well I've gotten a lot better and my ultimate goal is to be the best cook in my family. I like to try new things and especially try to find recipes for foods that most people do not like. My rating system 1 star = will not eat again, will not make again. 2 stars = will not make again, but would eat it, if someone else made it for me 3 stars = Good, not the best I've ever had, but good flavor. 4 stars = Very good. I will make it again on occassion and would even recommend to others. 5 stars = Excellent. The best of it's kind that I've tasted, easy to make, others liked it too. Will make it again and will recommend to others.
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