Creamy Ranch Chicken Crock Pot

If you own a slow cooker at home, then this recipe for “Creamy Ranch Chicken Crock Pot” is a good reason for you to bring it out and have some fun cooking this dish. I found this amazing chicken recipe from a blog called “Sweet Little Bluebird.” Mary is the name of the blog owner and she doesn’t only write about quick and easy recipes, but she also has sections for crafts and DIYs. I recommend her website if you want to be more productive and creative, because she will inspire you from all her projects and tips.

Speaking of her tips, she also suggests cooking this chicken recipe using an oven. The procedure is not exactly the same when you cook it with your crock-pot, but both methods are easy and will result to an amazing meal. She was inspired to share this recipe after finding it out from another famous website called “” There were 75 people who reviewed the original crock pot recipe from that site and they gave it a 4 3/4 stars rating, which means it is that good! The positive feedback from those who tried it using the slow cooker recipe will convince you enough to make it right away.

In case you are in the mood to use your oven or you happen to not own a crock-pot, Mary has some tips for the few adjustments that you need to make. One is to double the butter, garlic and parsley. Serve it with broccoli and she also recommends to prepare the chicken and its creamy sauce over egg noodles. If someone in your family is allergic to eggs, you can just pair it with rice and it will still be delicious. This dish is perfect to serve during lunch or dinner.

A slow cooker, otherwise known as a Crock-Pot, a trademark that is sometimes used generically in both the United States and Canada, Australia and New Zealand, is a countertop electrical cooking appliance that is used for simmering, which requires maintaining a relatively low temperature (compared to other cooking methods such as baking, boiling, and frying). The slow cooker allows for unattended cooking for many hours of pot roast, stews, soups, boiled dinners and other suitable dishes, including dips, desserts and beverages. Slow cookers are especially useful for busy cooks, that work during the day.

Garlic whose close relatives include the onion, shallot, leek and chive, has been used by humans in all sorts of recipes for over 7,000 years. Native to central Asia, garlic has long been a staple in recipes in the Mediterranean region. Garlic has also been traced back to the Ancient Egyptians, for use in food recipes and medicinal purposes. Garlic has long been known to help in the prevention of the common cold, along with other beneficial health benefits. Garlic scapes are removed to focus all the garlic's energy into bulb growth. The scapes can be eaten raw or cooked, they give a nice burst of garlic flavor to whatever you add them to.

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