Easy Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing – Belly Full

Chicken and stuffing slow cooker recipe

Made with chicken breast, green beans and stuffing, this creamy Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing is a complete meal in one. It’s a stick to your ribs, pure plate of homemade food that you can enjoy all year round with just 10 minutes of preparation!

We like to enjoy this dish with a side of oven-roasted carrots or 7 Up Biscuits for a full meal.

Crockpot chicken and stuffed on a white plate

Crockpot chicken with stuffing This

Crockpot chicken and stuffing

isn’t winning any beauty awards, but it sure makes up for it in taste. The flavors of this dish remind me of a Thanksgiving dinner, but made with chicken and perfectly acceptable to enjoy all year round, and it should be!

One thing I love about this easy slow cooker recipe is that it can stand on its own as a complete meal. With protein, vegetables and starch cooked together, there is no need for any other garnish! Also, all you need to do is throw those ingredients into the slow cooker and get on with your day.

This slow

cooker chicken and filling recipe is an all-in-one homemade meal made in your slow cooker with just 10 minutes of preparation. Everyone loves it!

A plate with a little chicken and stuffed next to a white car

Necessary ingredients

This slow cooker chicken and filling recipe is full of ingredients that easily make it a complete meal. (Scroll down to the printable recipe card for details and measurements.)

Chicken breasts

  • – You’ll want boneless, skinless chicken breasts for this recipe
  • . Green beans:

  • Fresh, frozen, or canned green beans can be used.
  • Chicken Filling Mix

  • – We use StoveTop chicken filling mix. You can use a different brand or a different flavor, if you prefer, as long as it’s still a 6-ounce box.
  • Chicken

  • Soup Cream – A can of this soup, undiluted, is part of
  • the sauce.

  • Sour cream – Makes the sauce creamy and slightly acidic
  • .

  • Chicken broth – Use low sodium to control salinity
  • .

  • Butter – For richness and moisture.
  • Condiments: Salt and pepper, garlic powder and dried Italian seasonings add flavor to this slow cooking chicken recipe.
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Variations of the


Want to make this slow cooker chicken recipe your own? Here are some ways to change it.

  • Add other vegetables. Feel free to add 1 cup of other vegetables. Either one of these or a combination: diced onion, diced celery, corn or peas, and frozen carrots.
  • Use a different soup: Change chicken soup cream to mushroom soup cream or celery cream, if you prefer.
  • Use chicken thighs. Chicken breasts can be replaced with boneless chicken thighs, as long as the total weight is the same. It does not change the other ingredients or the cooking time.

Can I use frozen chicken in the cooking pot? As a

rule, no and in this recipe, definitely not. If your chicken is frozen, you’ll need to thaw it completely before starting this recipe. Frozen chicken doesn’t cook properly in the slow cooker and can actually cause bacteria to grow as it doesn’t cook fast enough. Also, it may not cook completely or dry the other ingredients while waiting for it to cook. So definitely use completely thawed chicken for this recipe.

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How to Make Chicken and Slow Cooker Filling

! This slow cooker chicken with filling is more than easy to make. Here’s a summary: (Scroll below to the printable prescription card for details and measurements.)

  1. Season the chicken. Add the chicken to the slow cooker in a single layer. Beat the salt, pepper, garlic powder and Italian seasoning. Sprinkle the mixture on both sides of the chicken.
  2. Add the other ingredients. Add the green beans and filling mixture on top of the chicken. Then combine the soup, chicken broth, sour cream and butter in a separate bowl. Pour over the filling. Do not mix.
  3. cook. Cook over high heat for 4 to 5 hours or until an internal temperature reaches 165 degrees F. If the mixture seems dry, add a little more chicken broth.
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Close-up of the slow cooker and stuffed chicken

Tips for success

If this is your first time making slow-cooker and stuffed chicken, here are some things to help


  • Add an extra chicken breast. If your chicken is on the smaller side, you can add an extra one as long as they all fit into one layer.
  • Make the filling crispy. If you like the filling to be crunchier, remove the lid for the last 30 minutes of cooking. Alternatively, you can also put the pot in a 400-degree oven for 10-15 minutes to brown and firm the filling.
  • Do not overcook chicken. Use an internal thermometer to see when it’s time to turn off the slow cooker. When you read 165F, your chicken is ready. Do not overcook it or it may dry out.

What to serve with chicken and stuffing

This dish is really an all-in-one meal, but you can definitely serve it with a side dish or two. Here are some of my favorite pairings:


  • crackers
  • with

  • cream 7Up
  • Roasted carrots
  • Salad
Angled view of a chicken dish and filling

How to store

and reheat


  • How to store leftovers. Store leftovers in the refrigerator in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
  • How to reheat leftovers. To reheat you can do this in the microwave. If you want a crispy filling, you can put it in the grilled oven for a minute or two for crunch. Just be sure to keep an eye on it so it doesn’t burn.

More Crockpot recipes:

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  • Roast Slow
  • cooker

  • Pork Honey carnitas
  • Garlic
  • Shredded chicken Slow cooker Slow cooker beef
  • stew
  • Canned beef and cabbage
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