Slow Cooker Chicken Recipes


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Two of our most popular searches on SparkRecipes are "chicken" and "slow cookers." Our friends at Family Circle share some of their best recipes that combine both. From stews to hash, we've got two dozen slow-cooker chicken dinner ideas for every night of the week.

Chicken Paprikash, Stuffed Peppers, White Chicken Chili, even Spinach, Chicken & Feta Quiche. There are recipes for every budget and every palate. The best news is: They're good for you!

Get the recipes and the details at NOTE: You need to register at Family Circle to see these recipes.

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  • 26
    I do not have a problem with going to another site, you never know what you will find! SparkPeople is FREE and such an incredible blessing, keep that in mind. For those that use screen readers, or have a difficult time reading in general, I am sure it is frustrating and I am also sure there are many, many challenges in your life that are also challenging - this is a free site though, try to appreciate that aspect and count the blessings that the site brings. A positive attitude goes a long way when trying to achieve your goals. - 11/6/2011   12:25:57 PM
    I love cooking in my slow cooker, I just joined 2 days ago and was excited to see there was a website with chicken, but was disappointed to see it was another website. - 9/26/2011   6:23:51 PM
  • 24
    I'm with GoneWLife regarding whe people who complain about the blog being just a link to another website. SparkPeople costs YOU nothing, but do you think it costs SparkPeople nothing? Do you think Coach Nicole, Coach Dean, Chef Meg, SparkGuy, LosingBuddhaBelly and the rest all do this on a volunteer basis? How do you think all this gets paid for? If you're not going to click on the links, then at least don't complain about them. I think THAT'S obnoxious. And if you don't like it, find a subscription site to use.
    - 5/6/2011   12:34:54 PM
    Using this site is hard enough with a screen reader which I use because I am blind. I have learned spark pretty well, and use what I can. But, though some of the recipes sound good, I don't want to waste more time being sedentary while I sit and figure out yet another website. I could be doing something way more productive like playing with the dogs, or doing laundry or sleeping. :)
    Please, I understand the need for ads, but this is disappointing. It's almost as frustrating as the slide shows you put up. I feel I deserve the spark points for trying to read those, even if I don't get to understand what's on them. The reason for this is that a screen reader can't read images, but only text. Thanks. - 5/6/2011   12:55:20 AM
    I use mine most for roasts but would like to branch out more. - 5/5/2011   7:03:40 AM
  • 21
    Why would I want to come here to sign up to family circle? If I wanted another web site, I would go to that web site. Bah, humbug. I'll use spark recipes, thank you very much.
    And, to answer the pp, ads are one thing; blogs are something else again. There are plenty of honestly-presented ads on site (some with recipes): this just feels like cheating. - 5/4/2011   8:40:01 PM
  • 20
    I see lots of people unhappy being directed outside 'sparkpeople' site to get these recipes (and having to sign up for more junk mail etc)... try to remember that we all love Sparkpeople, it's FREE, and maybe this is part of what the administrators of Sparkpeople have to do for advertising to help keep the site free for us. Just chose not to register with the other sites if that's your choice (as I did). - 5/4/2011   4:49:56 PM
  • 19
    I made split pea, and ham soup, in the crock pot, yesterday. It was delicious. I'll make a roast of beef next. - 5/4/2011   2:33:29 PM
  • 18
    My favorite thing to make in the crock pot with chicken is chicken noodle soup. - 5/4/2011   12:48:35 PM
  • 17
    I don't enjoy all of the blogs that direct us to outside sites either. They are never as well written or useful as blogs written by SparkPeople coaches or guest bloggers. Maybe dailyspark could get more guest bloggers, rather than all the family circle and women's day articles?

    And it would have been just as easy to browse sparkrecipes for an hour and come up with a list of slow cooker recipes to link to! - 5/4/2011   10:24:56 AM
  • 16
    I have to agree with the dissatisfied readers who do not like to be led off-site. There were several interesting recipes, but registration (AKA sign up for junk mail) is required to see them. Boo, SP! Let these other sites do their own advertising! - 5/4/2011   10:10:42 AM
  • 15
    I'm not liking these DailySpark blogs that lead to another site for the "meat" of the story. What happened to having original SparkPeople content in the DailySpark? Lame. - 5/4/2011   9:48:26 AM
    Only 2 positive comments out of 13. Sad. Sounds like something needs to change or people will go elsewhere for their information. - 5/4/2011   9:43:15 AM
    Boo Sparkpeople. The overall feel of the readers is that they don't want to receive any more junk or spam in the "In Box" and I cannot agree more. We are all already signed up with sparkpeople, why not provide the information stated above without including yet another registration? what is the purpose of using sparkpeople's website if it is only a middleman to another site? - 5/4/2011   9:40:54 AM
  • 12
    i was so excited about the slow cooker chicken recipes until i got to the page and i had to sign up with email and snail mail addresses in order to even access them. why bother putting in a blog and sending it out to countless people? am i the only one who gets too much garbage mail as it is? - 5/4/2011   8:24:27 AM
  • 11
    No, I'm not signing up for Family Circle to see the recipes. I can't believe SparkPeople was party to something that obnoxious. You aren't providing a link to recipes, this is an advertisement for Family Circle. Shame on you. - 5/4/2011   7:38:03 AM
  • 10
    Love the recipes on that site! - 5/4/2011   6:27:59 AM
  • 9
    Since I happened to check out the comments first this time, I didn't bother to check out the recipes, I will just check out SP - always find those great! - 5/3/2011   11:27:14 PM
    very disappointed to see you tried to get me to subscribe to family circle in order to view a recipe. What a waste of time that was.
    - 5/3/2011   7:13:36 PM
  • 7
    I don't appreciate the misleading "article" either. Thought it would be the usual SP recipes. Don't want to register with Family Circle. - 5/3/2011   6:14:50 PM
  • 6
    Slow Cooker Chicken Taco Stew is my favorite. I don't see it listed. I encourage anyone who's interested to search for it on SparkRecipes! - 5/3/2011   6:12:29 PM
  • 5
    Another complaint over here...

    When I clicked on the link to come read this article I wasn't banking on having to click through and subscribe somewhere else just to view.

    I understand it happens, but a heads up from the writer is nice blog etiquette. - 5/3/2011   6:07:31 PM
  • 4
    I also agree. I hate looking at something on Spark and then when I click the link I have to sign up for something. I don't like getting a bunch of emails I don't want. - 5/3/2011   6:04:32 PM
  • 3
    I agree. would like the link to lead to real recipes - 5/3/2011   5:49:42 PM
  • 2
    super excited to see more slow cooker recipes, but when I clicked on the link, not impressed. It wants me to sign up for ANOTHER newsletter.. I don't need my mail stuffed some more. - 5/3/2011   3:37:42 PM
  • JEN2330
    Can't wait to try some of them. - 5/3/2011   2:35:13 PM

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