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Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings

Slow Cooker Chicken & Dumplings

  • Cooking Time:

    6 hours
  • Servings:

    6

Ingredients

4 skinless, boneless chicken breasts
2 T. butter
2 small cans of condensed cream of chicken soup
2 carrots, peeled & chopped
1 onion, diced
1 stalk celery, washed well and chopped
2 (10 ounce) packages refrigerated biscuit dough, torn into pieces
Water or Low Sodium Chicken Broth

This Slow Cook­er Chick­en & Dumplings recipe is an EASY and deli­cious ver­sion of those dumplings mom used to make. Enjoy!

  1. Place the chick­en, but­ter, soup, car­rots, cel­ery and onion in a slow cook­er.
  2. Fill the slow cook­er with enough low-sodi­um chick­en broth or water to cov­er ingre­di­ents.
  3. Cov­er.  Cook for 5 to 6 hours on High, or 8 to 9 hours on Low.
  4. About 30 min­utes before serv­ing, place the torn bis­cuit dough in the slow cook­er. Cook until the dough is no longer raw in the cen­ter.

Vari­a­tion from a Face­book Friend: Omit water and veg­eta­bles, sub­sti­tute with 3 cups chick­en broth, and use bisquick drop dumplings instead of the bis­cuits. (Good sub­sti­tute if you don’t have pop-bis­cuits on hand!)

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Slow Cooker Chicken and Dumplings

 

Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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Catherine Glover
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Catherine Glover

Amaz­ing!!! This was sooo good — I tweeked it for the likens of the kids but only reduced the chick­en to 2 breasts, cubed it, and reduced the bis­cuits to 1 can. They were lick­ing their plates. Okay, I was too. Great recipe!

Darci Kauffman
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Darci Kauffman

I made this recipe last night and it was awe­some. It was incred­i­bly easy and my daugh­ter, hus­band and I all loved it and I will def­i­nite­ly make it again!

Jules
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Jules

I am curi­ous how the bis­cuits cooked. Were they gooey at all? Does it take right at 30 min­utes for them to cook all the way through or just a bit longer?

Jess
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Jess

Could I add egg noo­dles to this? If so when should I add them?

Carrie Berg
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Carrie Berg

If I want to cook on low, how long would it need to cook? Would 10 hours be ok? I leave the house at 8 and get home just before 6.

Tracey Gallagher
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Tracey Gallagher

It says above in her recipe 9–10 hours on low so it will be fine.

Shelly Olson
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Shelly Olson

WOW…I made this and it was deli­cious! (I did change 2 things: I used 1 can cream of chick­en soup and 1 can cream of cel­ery. and I used a small can of chick­en broth instead of using water.) I shared the left­overs with my neigh­bors and I got a phone call for the recipe. They could not believe how easy it was to make. It’s good ol’ com­fort food!

Maria
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Maria

This was Del­ish!! I would­nt change a thing! I cooked this on low for 9hrs and it was won­der­ful… fam­i­ly enjoyed it. Thanks for shar­ing all your won­der­ful recipes, sure helps a busy mom out! 🙂

Susannah
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Susannah

I’m assum­ing the chick­en breasts are not cooked when you put them in? If not, I just wast­ed 4 good chick­en breasts…

Kellie
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Kellie

This was AMAZING!! We all enjoyed it:)

Sandy
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I made my own dumplings from bet­ter homes and gar­den cook­book. They were real­ly easy and good. A lot cheap­er than store bought bis­cuits. Under chick­en and dumplings

Wendy
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Wendy

Just made this last night. Even my biggest food crit­ic (moth­er of 4) said it was ‘pret­ty good’. Bis­cuits were gooey and took more like 45–60 min­utes to cook. I used 6 breast and dou­bled most of the ingre­di­ents. Will DEF make again! Con­sid­er­ing adding rice next time.

Paige
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Paige

Do you cut the chick­en before you put it in?

Julie B.
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Julie B.

Hav­ing six peo­ple at home, I had to make a lit­tle bit of a big­ger batch…I also added a can of cream of cel­ery soup instead of chop­ping cel­ery. I for­got to get canned bis­cuits so I used Bisquik and made drop dumplins. A lit­tle salt and pep­per and about a table­spoon of poul­try seasoning…O M G!!! It smells soooo good in here! We’re about to sit down to dinner…I’ll let you know what the five guys think!

Michelle
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Michelle

This was one of the best meals I have pre­pared in a looong time!! I can­not believe how easy it was and the end result was FANTASTIC!! My boys loved it… espe­cial­ly hub­by!!

Nancy
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Nancy

HUGE win­ner in this house!! Had my par­ents over too (made a big­ger batch, so fed 7 peo­ple and still had left­overs!) Every­one loved it, and even my pick­i­est eater scraped his bowl! Will def­i­nite­ly make this one again=)

Brandy
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Brandy

i was won­der­ing can u use dumplings out of the freez­er?

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Ashley
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Ashley

Could you please tell me how many peo­ple this serves? We are a fam­i­ly of 5 (3 small tod­dlers)

Denise
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Denise

Made this tonight for din­ner and it was a big hit. Have a large slow cook­er so I just dou­bled the recipe. Thanks so much!!!

Gina
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Gina

Fan­tasti­ic. So much eas­i­er than stand­ing over a stove and the chick­en turned out fan­tas­tic. Thanks!

stefanie
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stefanie

I want­ed to know if you used 1 pound of chick­en or 2 pounds? I’m mak­ing it today and am using a pound

Carol
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Carol

I tried this in reg pot since I was home all day and not sure when went wrong. All good until bis­cuits. After 30in they had dis­ap­peared! Quit laugh­ing please I already did all that!

Mysty
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Mysty

In a reg­u­lar pot if u peak (lift the lid) at all the dumplings dis­in­te­grate often turn­ing broth into a yucky mess. I did that once with moms dumplings in the oven it was not very edi­ble I asked mom why they dis­ap­peared and she said you peaked and I had lol

Samantha
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Samantha

Made it. Ate it. Loved it. It’s going in the recipe box. Thank you!

Sharon
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Sharon

Were you sup­posed to use reg­u­lar size bes­cuits? We bought the jum­bo and we have one huge mushy pile of dough :(. This was after 40 min­utes of cook­ing. I am try­ing to bake this dish (a friends sug­ges­tion to try and cook the dumplings).

Kira Hamilton
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Kira Hamilton

I am start­ing this recipe now and pret­ty excit­ed!! I did buy the frozen” dumplings” can you advise me when i should add them … or should i defrost in fridge before adding.… please advise and thank you!!

Christine
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Christine

This looks deli­cious but I try to stay away from the cream soups when I cook and pre­fer to use nat­ur­al ingre­di­ents. Do you have a sug­ges­tion of what I can use as a sub­sti­tute? Thanks!

Crystal
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Crystal

What size crock pot is this recipe for? It just says to fill the crock pot?

Kristina
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Kristina

Can the chick­en be frozen when I add it to the crock pot? I plan to cook it on high.

Rayleen
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Rayleen

Looks yum­my though in aus­tralia what would i sub­sti­tute for bis­cuit dough? is it just like bread dough? Thanks 🙂

Krisi
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Krisi

I guess Im a hor­ri­ble cook because some­how all my bis­cuits stuck togeth­er and one big gooey mess. 🙁 I was real­ly look­ing for­ward to pleas­ing my fam­i­ly with this.

Catherine
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Catherine

Sil­ly ques­tion.… could I use thighs instead of breasts??

Pam
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Pam

My ver­sion is very sim­i­lar except I omit the car­rots & cel­ery. I use refrig­er­at­ed cres­cent roll dough rather than bis­cuits. It makes the dumplings light & fluffy with the tini­est hint of sweet­ness. SO GOOD!

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Nicole
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Nicole

Can I make this with split chick­en breasts and just debone before putting bis­cuits in?

Kali Daniel
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Kali Daniel

Just made this tonight I used Pills­bury French Loaf instead of canned bis­cuits. I cut the roll length wise, then 1/2″ cir­cles and cut the cir­cles in half as well. IT TURNED OUT AMAZING!!!

Cathy Edwards
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Cathy Edwards

I have made this too. Although i rolled the bis­cuits in flour before putting them in the crock pot to pre­vent stick­ing together..didn’t real­ly like the doughy taste of them..i think next time i will bake the bis­cuits in the oven them put them on top of the chick­en mix­ture.

Vince Vencato
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Vince Vencato

Got­ta tell you I made this using chick­en legs,followed the recipe,except I sea­soned my chick­en with sea­soned salt,pepper and onion and gar­lic powder.The fla­vor was awesome,I cooked mine on low,but when it came to the dumplings,I only used 1 can and they took like 3 hours to cook and you have to keep stir­ring them or it’s one big dough ball,don’t know how they could pos­si­bly be done in 30 mins,so if your gonna make this give your dumpling a good 3 hours to cook,other than that,it was GREAT !!

Lori
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Lori

Do you drop bis­cuit pieces on top or mix them in? I want to make this tomor­row since the tem­per­a­ture out­side is drop­ping!

Jenn
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Jenn

What’s the serv­ing size / serv­ings per recipe for the nutri­tion facts? Try­ing to fig­ure out how much a serv­ing for those nutri­tion facts would be please? THanks

Angela D Godwin
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Angela D Godwin

hi could I use frozen dumplings instead I always have them on hand??? if so does any­one know when I should add them??

Melissa Nalley
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Melissa Nalley

When I make this, I always dou­ble the recipe for my fam­i­ly of five. Plus we love left­overs. I sub­sti­tut­ed one can of Cream of Cel­ery in place of one can of the Cream of Chick­en, and used chick­en broth as well as water. I must say this was the best it has ever been, and I will make it like that from now on. It was deli­cious!

Maria
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Maria

In the crock now! The house smells won­der­ful! Can’t wait for din­ner, Thank you for shar­ing!

Denise
Guest

I bought con­tain­ers of diced cel­ery, anoth­er of onions, and a bag of shred­ded carrots.…Prep time was less that 3 min­utes!!!!! Easy, and quick.….looking for­ward to din­ner tonight!

Denise
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Should i stir the chick­en mix­ture before adding the bis­cuits?

katie
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katie

Is a 4QT crock pot big enough for this? I’m stay­ing with friends and I don’t have mine with me and all they have is a 4QT

Jennifer
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Jennifer

I have thin sliced chick­en breast. Will that make a dif­fer­ence in the cook time? Can’t wait to make it.

brynn
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brynn

If you use the bisquick dumplings, should you stir them in?

alyson
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alyson

How much water do u need?

Danielle
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Danielle

Will it still taste good with the vegs? I don’t have them on hand and hon­est­ly don’t like them either…

Emily Sundstrom
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Emily Sundstrom

Is the nutri­tion­al info per serv­ing? Fat grams, etc seems high for one serv­ing with these ingre­di­ents. I’m try­ing to con­vert it into Weight Watch­er points. Thanks

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