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Crock Pot Cream Cheese Chicken Chili

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I am a soup maker, my soups turn out great and we live on them year round, but especially in the winter. I use the crock pot, (slow cooker) a lot.  I am a morning person so planning and creating supper first thing in the morning is right up my alley.  I love reaching the end of my day and having supper ready to serve.  This recipe will serve 3-4 people, but I need to feed 7 people this evening so I will give you the 3-4 serving recipe but my pictures will show it doubled.  This is an easy recipe to double.  So let’s get started.
 
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Ingredients:
1(+/-) pound frozen, boneless, skinless chicken (or two chicken breasts)
1 15 oz. can black beans
1 15 oz. can corn
1 10 oz. Mexican style tomatoes
1 8 oz. package cream cheese
½ cup water
1 package Ranch dressing mix (about 1 ½ Tbs.)
1 tsp. chili powder
1 tsp. ground cumin

Supplies:
Slow cooker
Wooden Spoon (not shown)
Measuring spoons
Liquid measuring cup (not shown)
Can opener
Colander (not shown)

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Place the frozen chicken in the bottom of your crock pot.

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Open the black beans and put them in the colander.  Rinse the beans

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and add them to the crock pot.

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Open the tomatoes and pour them on top of the beans.

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Open the corn and drain them in the colander.  (The reason I drain the corn is that, in the past, when I have made something with corn and its juice, the corn juice over powered the other flavors in the dish.)  

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Add the corn on top of the tomatoes, and add ½ cup water to provide the right amount of moisture to cook your chili.

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Add the 3 seasoning powders, the ranch dressing mix, the chili powder and the ground cumin.

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Use your spoon to mix everything together.

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Next add dabs of cream cheese to the top of the mixture, using the whole package.
peads9247011 days ago

It is windy, rainy and cold outside. This sounds wonderful. I'm going to try it and suggest my daughter-in-law do so as well! Thanks!

spikeseller19 days ago
Thank you for a great sounding recipe that I am making for supper tonight. Nice instructable.
craftknowitall (author)  spikeseller18 days ago

You are welcome.

rtapp1 year ago
Is awesome! I added southwestern ranch and adobo seasoning and this is fabulous. Need to double recipe cause leftovers are a must for this dish!!
craftknowitall (author)  rtapp1 year ago
Thanks you!
ladyxan2 years ago
I am going to try this, but with the white chili beans instead. =) Thanks!
bajablue2 years ago
I'm sure this is delicious!!!!
Gosh that looks tasty! I'd love to have a nice big bowl with corn bread on the side :D