That’s a Load of Crock

Yesterday was another one of those days. The wake up before 9am to make it to the grocery store, throw three loads of laundry in, clean the bathroom, sweep the floors, and of course prepare a tasty feast kind of day. 

So I know what the question on everyone’s mind is: what did she cook in the crock pot this week? Well folks, I decided to try something new. I decided to make chicken and buscuits. It was a feel good, make you feel bloated kind of Tuesday. And yes, it was delicious. 

I’ve already had quite a few people ask me for the recipe, so I decided to share it with the world, well, at least my readers. So continue reading to learn how to fill those bellies with an amazing crock pot dish. 

{What You’ll Need} **serving size of 8

  • 1 bag of baby carrots 
  • 1 small onion 
  • 1 bag of frozen pees 
  • 2 cans of cream of chicken soup 
  • 1 can of chicken broth 
  • 2 10oz cans of busicuit dough 
  • 2 tablespoons of butter or margerin 
  • 2.5 pounds of skinless chicken 

{Time to Create} **Prep will take 20-30 minutes and cooking time will be 6 hours. 

  • You will first begin by chopping up those fresh veggies. You will need 1 cup of carrots chopped and 1 small onion minced. And please, do yourself a favor, and crack a window. You don’t want to start crying – hold yourself together. 
  • You will then place the 2.5 pounds of chicken breasts on the bottom of the slow cooker.
  • Top the chicken with the 2 cans of soup, the chopped veggies, the 1 cup of frozen peas, and the 2 tablespoons of margerin. Follow that with the can of chicken broth. The chicken should be covered. If not, add more chicken broth. 
  • Cook all of this on high for 5 hours. 
  • One hour before serving, take the chicken out and cut it into pieces. You can also pull it apart with your fingers, if that is easier. Also, cut the buscuits into pieces and place that on top of everything else in the slow cooker. All that dough though. 
  • Let everything cook on high for another hour, or until the dough is done all the way through. 
  • And the most important step : pour yourself a glass of red wine to enjoy while your watching that dough rise. 

You are now ready to serve it up. And trust me, you won’t be disappointed. It is delicious. I am not serving you a load of crock. 


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