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Crock Pot Chile Rellenos

Slow Cooker Chile Rellenos

  • Cooking Time:

    2 - 3 hours
  • Servings:



8 oz. chiles, whole green, 2 cans 4 oz.
1/2 lb. cheese, cheddar
1/2 lb. cheese, jack
14 oz. tomatoes, with basil, garlic and oregano, diced, canned (or stewed tomatoes)
4 eggs
2 T. flour
3/4 c. of evaporated milk

I know I have a lot of favorites, but Slow Cooker Chile Rellenos really is one of them and it taste wonderful and all made in one pot!

  1. Spray the slow cooker with a non-fat cooking spray to keep the dish from sticking, or use a slow cooker liner.
  2. Drain the chiles.
  3. Cut in strips.
  4. Layer the chiles and cheese in the slow cooker, starting with the jack cheese, then the cheddar.
  5. Repeat the layers.
  6. Top with the tomatoes.
  7. Combine the eggs with the flour and milk. Mix until smooth. Pour over the tomatoes.
  8. Cover. Cook on High for 2-3 hours.

Serve this up with some Slow Cooker Rice or Slow Cooker “Refried” Beans!

Happy Crocking!

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11 years ago

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10 years ago

Curious to know if you drain the tomatoes or if the liquid is included in the recipe?

10 years ago

I love this recipe but every time i cook it on high, the edges burn. So the next time i cook this i will cook it on low for 4-5 hours.

9 years ago

Monterrey Jack cheese or Pepper Jack?

9 years ago
Reply to  Jenn Bare

Great! Thanks! I’ll go with Monterrey for the kiddos and Pepper Jack on date night then. Haha.

Becky Selby
Becky Selby
8 years ago

I also was wondering if you could could double this? Would that double the cooking time? Has anyone tried that?
Thank you!

jean lembach
8 years ago

have you ever used fresh poblano’s I have some from the garden and wanted to use them

Roxanne Korte Ruckmar
Roxanne Korte Ruckmar
8 years ago

What size slow cooker to use? Is a 4-quart too large?

7 years ago

I have a pot luck to go to. I am making chili rellenos in my 6 quart crockpot, but not sure of the quanties of products to use. I have a recipe but it is for a 4 quart crockpot, and I wznt to make more since there will be about 20 people. Any suggestions


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3 years ago

I have a dumb question I have made this in the past for Christmas Eve and I can’t remember if I double or tripled the recipe its been a few years since I’ve made a similar recipe to yours. So, if I have about 12 people to serve can I triple the recipe all at once or will it mess it up? Thank you I better get my list ready and get to the store so I can add this to the menu with tamales and chicken enchiladas. Merry Christmas!!!

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