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Easy Bacon Swiss Chicken in a Slow Cooker

Easy Bacon Swiss Chicken in a Slow Cooker created by Jacqueline in KY

I winged this recipe off the top of my head one day. I was leaving the house and wanted to come home to dinner already done and just used what I happened to have in my fridge at the time. It was a wonderful dish! My husband devoured it and begged me to make it again - soon!

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6hrs 10mins
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  • Place a slice of swiss cheese on each chicken breast.
  • Wrap each breast with a slice of bacon.
  • Place them inside your slow cooker and set on low for 6-8 hours.
  • *No liquid is necessary as the chicken will produce enough on it's own to keep from burning.
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"I winged this recipe off the top of my head one day. I was leaving the house and wanted to come home to dinner already done and just used what I happened to have in my fridge at the time. It was a wonderful dish! My husband devoured it and begged me to make it again - soon!"
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  1. Jacqueline in KY
    Easy Bacon Swiss Chicken in a Slow Cooker Created by Jacqueline in KY
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  2. Jacqueline in KY
    This was a simple and quick, well to put together, nothing is quick in a crock pot. :) I did make a few changes, knowing that the cheese would melt off the chicken in the crock pot I waited and placed the cheese on it once it was cooked and on a warm plate. Melted just fine that way and really no extra work. I live alone so I only used 2 chicken thighs, not breasts, I don't eat the breast, but followed the recipes except for the thighs and putting the cheese on before serving. Could have used some seasoning besides the bacon, but was good, and I enjoyed it and have a thigh for tomorrow night, too. Thanks for posting. Made for Pac. 10-11
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  3. Zaney1
    This smelled wonderful , but all of my cheese melted out and away so it turned out pretty bland. I used Chipolte cheddar for one of the breast b/c DH doesn't like swiss and his had a bit more flavor but most of the cheese was gone. It was also done in about 4 hours.
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  4. OhSheila
    I winged this recipe off the top of my head one day. I was leaving the house and wanted to come home to dinner already done and just used what I happened to have in my fridge at the time. It was a wonderful dish! My husband devoured it and begged me to make it again - soon!
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