Crock Pot Crack Chicken
This Crock Pot Crack Chicken is a scrumptious combination of shredded chicken, bacon and a creamy, cheesy ranch sauce. It tastes delicious on a sandwich bun, in a lettuce wrap or on a baked potato.
Hey, y'all! If you haven't jumped on the "crack" train, this is a delicious way to see what all of the hoopla is about! So, obviously, we're not talking about real crack here. The masses have given the combination of cheese, ranch seasoning and bacon "crack". It's a thing, trust me. Yes, the name is unfortunately but so be it.
The reasoning behind the name is this combination of ingredients is crazy addictive. Once you have your first bite, you won't be able to get enough of the stuff. This Crock Pot Crack Chicken is super versatile. You could eat it on a sandwich bun, in a lettuce wrap, in a quesadilla, with some pasta or my favorite way, on a baked potato.
This recipe couldn't be any easier. You seriously just pile everything into a slow cooker and forget about it. Once the chicken is cooked, mix the goodness all together and toss in some bacon and you're good to go!
I love, love, love this crock pot I found on Amazon! It is blue tooth enabled and you can adjust the cook time and temperature of the crock pot from an app on your cell phone. Talk about AWESOME!
Pro-Tip: Don't forget to pick up some crock pot liners to make clean up even easier!
Serving Size: 6
Ingredients: 2-3 pounds boneless chicken breasts 2 blocks of cream cheese 2 packets of dry ranch seasoning 8 oz of bacon, cooked crisply and crumbled 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese Green onions, to taste
1. Place chicken, cream cheese and ranch seasoning in a slow cooker. Cook on low for 6 to 8 hours or on high for 4 hours.
2. Shred the chicken using two forks. Stir to combine.
3. Add crumbled bacon, shredded cheese, and green onions. Stir.
4. Allow to continue to cook for about 10 to 15 minutes, or until the cheese has melted.
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Post updated on: 2/22/19