Back to school isn’t just about sending your kiddos out the door. Everything changes. How you go to sleep, wake up, dress and cook. The day flies by and the kids are hungry and you’re exhausted. I love a good crock pot meal to make things easier. This one rocks and definitely makes leftovers. Not only leftovers but new meals-change it up!
Crock pot Salsa Chicken
Ingredients-4-6 chicken breast-oh and frozen is totally fine-that’s how I do it!
1 can of cream of chicken soup
1 can of either salsa OR rotel-we love rotel
1 cup sour-cream-get the low fat you’ll never know.
Mix the soup and salsa/rotel together in a bowl. Set your crock to low and drop the chicken in the bottom. Pour the mixture over the top. Let it cook for roughly 4-5 hours. I stirred several times around the 3 and 4 hour mark. The chicken is done when it easily shreds with two forks. Once this is accomplished add in your cup of sour cream, mix and let simmer for about 10 minutes. Mix well. If you’re a cheese lover you can add that too. The recipe is really flavorful though.
We served ours on tortillas with some Spanish rice on the side. What I loved about this recipe is that it keeps really well. We had leftovers for a couple of days and it was good every time. You can easily put this in tupperware for lunch the next day over rice or with tortilla chips! The toddler liked it-enough said! How do you make getting back onto a schedule easier? Have any easy and good crock pot recipes????