Mushroom Chicken Alfredo

"Let the crockpot do the cooking for you here . Easy ,tried, and delicious."
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Ready In:
8hrs 20mins
4-6 chicken breast




  • Pour 1/3 alfredo sauce in slow cooker.
  • Add chicken, then add remaining sauce.
  • Cover, and cook an low for 8 hours.
  • Fifteen minutes before serving, add noodles and mushrooms, mixing well.
  • Sprinkle top with cheese.
  • Ready to serve when cheese is melted.

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  1. like others, I used fresh mushrooms and and made my own sauce. This was wonderful, very well received! I have been asked to make a vegetarian version for some friends tonite! made for Aussie swap # 50....March 2011
  2. Yummy! This is so good. I made my own alfredo sauce as I don't care for the canned versions. I also used fresh mushrooms. It was really delicious! Thanks for sharing.
  3. Great simple dish! I ran out of time to get this in the crockpot, so made it on the stove top. I pan fried a chicken breast and sliced it up. I also used fresh sauteed mushrooms and spinach fettuccine. Very easy and delish! Thanks weekend cooker for a nice keeper. Congrats again on your Week 10 Football win!
  4. This was delish, even though I made a few minor changes. I used fresh mushrooms, which I added at the beginning with the chicken. Then, instead of noodles, I added 4 cups of cooked brown & wild rice. This came out great, and was so easy! I will make this again. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders Tag Game.
  5. Easy peasy lemon squeazy! We had this for dinner last week and since I made the noodles the night before and left them in the fridge, I dumped the noodles in cold (cooked the shrooms all day long with the chicken) and turned the crock pot up to high -- for about 25 minutes. Perfection! This is a DEFINITE keeper meal I will make again and again! Thanks!


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