Sunday, November 6, 2011

Angel Chicken

I have a 'Yummy' board on Pinterest that is packed with delicious recipes I want to try out. For some reason, I never seem to get around to the majority of them. I'll make a couple things every now and then but most involve me going to the store and planning ahead. Being the lazy procrastinator that I am, that's pretty much always out of the question. 

Until Thursday.
I had the day off and there for there was no excuse for me not to try out a pinned recipe.
I have been wanting to try out a delicious looking crock pot recipe for a while now, but never seemed to wake up early enough to get the ingredients into the crock pot before work. Thursday, I woke up, went to the grocery store, and came home to clean the house and start dinner. 

Our Thursday night menu?

Angel Chicken

I got my recipe from the blog Cleverly Inspired, she has a lot of recipes that look amazing. I am definitely going to have to try out a couple more of her recipes since this one was SO good. Anyways, I changed her recipe a little bit to fit our taste and to use some of the stuff we already had. 

My Ingredients:

4 skinless, boneless chicken breast

2 8-oz. pkg. fresh button mushrooms, quartered

1/4 cup butter

1 0.7-oz. pkg. Italian dry salad dressing mix

1 10-3/4-oz. can condensed cream of mushroom soup
( I used the 98% fat free kind)

1/2 cup dry white wine

1/2 of a 10-oz. tub Italian cheese & herb cooking creme

Hot cooked angel hair pasta

The Italian dry salad dressing mix I used

The Philadelphia cooking creme- this stuff is great!

Mix together your butter, wine, cooking creme, Italian dressing mix, & cream of mushroom soup over the stove until it is all blended together evenly.

Pour the mushrooms in the bottom of your crock pot

Put the chicken over the mushrooms then cover it with the sauce.
I cooked it on high for 3 hours and then put it on low for the last 2 hours.
(total cook time: 5 hours)

Pour it over the pasta to serve. 

We had some left overs in the crock pot so I put them in the fridge to eat later. It was still really tasty the next day. If you are only cooking for two, know that the leftovers are still the! Anddd, since I used 98% fat free cream of mushroom soup it wasn't too bad on calories. You can even make it more healthy by using fat free creme cheese, whole wheat noodles, a butter substitute, etc. 

I will definitely be making this again in the near future!

I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!

Jessica Nicole


  1. That seriously looks AMAZING!!!! YUM!

  2. Wow this looks amazing! I am definitely making it for dinner this week! xo

  3. I have been LOVING my crock pot lately, I'll have to try this! Looks amazing.

  4. Jess that sounds SO HEAVENLY!
    I am putting up a tasty tuesday link up tomorrow - you should post this :) It belongs there!


    <3-Cami from First Day of My Life

  5. I pin wayyyy too many food items that haven't been made. I need to get on that. This one looks delicious!


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