Crock Pot Chicken Corn Chowder

"I googled and found this recipe, then tweaked it a little bit. We tried it tonight and it's a very tasty dish. I am a new cook, so what I like about the recipe itself is that there's a little more to it than just throwing everything in there. It's simple, and it makes it more fun than other crock pot dishes."
photo by Panhandle Sam photo by Panhandle Sam
photo by Panhandle Sam
photo by Panhandle Sam photo by Panhandle Sam
Ready In:
5hrs 30mins




  • In a large skillet, melt the butter or margarine; brown chicken. Transfer chicken to slow cooker.
  • Add onions and celery to skillet and saute' for about 3 to 4 minutes, until just tender.
  • Add the onions and celery to crockpot, along with carrots, corn kernels, soup, chicken broth and dill.
  • Cover and cook on low 5 to 6 hours or until chicken is done and vegetables are tender.
  • During the last 10 minutes, stir in the half and half.

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  1. Delicious and easy! The changes I made was using 1 can of cream of potato and 1 can of cream of chicken soups and also used fat-free half-and-half. Thanks for sharing!
  2. Simple and wonderful. I used leftover grilled chicken, cooked it in the pan with the onions. I added some thyme along with the dill, and cooked it on HIGH for 2-3 hours. So yummy on this chilly day. I heard you could use a can of creamed corn to make it thicker, although I thought the thickness was just great.
  3. This was SO good! I made a few changes. I used cream of chicken soup, all purpose seasoning and added hard boiled eggs and salt and pepper. It was delicious! and we have a bunch of leftovers for lunch now, thanks! we'll defnitely make this again!
  4. What a great recipe! Easy to make and oh so good. I used leftover grilled chicken I barbequed the night before, added potatoes and cheddar cheese and skipped the sauteing. Threw everything in the crockpot all day and dinner was a hit.
  5. This recipe rocks! My husband and friends love it. I have been using cream of chicken and adding diced, peeled potatoes. Also, at the end I add some cheddar cheese. This one is now in my regular rotation. Thanks!


I am a 21 year old homemaker (and soon to be mommy!) from the Florida Panhandle. I love to cook and try new things. I never got all the cooking wisdom from my mother that many other people have, so I've had to teach myself over the last couple years. I have to admit, though, it's been lots of fun with it's good share of hard work. Thank goodness my husband is so forgiving! DH and I have been married for almost two years now, and I just love him to pieces. We are having our first baby in March, so then I can cook for him, too! Well, as soon as he's ready. :) I am pretty young, and I am just now experiencing being invited to events and being asked to bring a dish. It's very exciting to me, and makes cooking all the more fun. Also, I am always hearing from DH, "These mashed potatoes are good," or whatever it is I am making, "but they aren't quite like my mom's." So, I am hoping that one day he will be saying to other people, "These mashed potatoes aren't as good as my wife's!" ha ha. Here's hoping! <img src="" border="0" alt="Photobucket">
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