Recipe by RHONDA35
"Try this recipe for super easy chicken made with tasty Alfredo sauce, Swiss cheese and Parmesan cheese. It is very good served over egg noodles or rice."
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skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - cubed
2 (16 ounce) jars
Alfredo pasta sauce
grated Parmesan cheese
salt and pepper to taste
Great recipe - but NOT one that you can just "set and forget"... I found that I had to stir the sauce to prevent it from hardening at the top. But other than that - it turned out AMAZINGLY ;);)
I made this recipe exactly as written but we just didn't like it. The Swiss cheese is way too strong of a flavor and overpowered the flavor of the alfredo sauce to the point where you couldn't taste it at all. Plus, since it is bottled alfredo sauce, it is already seasoned properly and doesn't need the garlic, salt or pepper. I do, however, think that the idea of cooking the chicken and sauce in the crock pot is a good one--my chicken was very tender. But I will stick to traditional alfredo sauce in the future. Sorry!
This was sooooo yum! I don't know why it says 4 hours for cook time though. It takes about 2.5 hours. The chicken was very tender and it was just overall delicious :) My whole family ate it; even my picky 3 year old!
Very yummy I boiled some penne pasta and added it to the crock pot 5 mins before serving next time I may try adding brocolli. Thabks for the great recipe!!!
My 14 year old rated this as good as the Olive Garden restaurant. I must say I agree. Cooks fast. I used the Ragu Alfredo sauce.
Easy and good, not a 5 star beceuse it didn't blow my mind, but it was very good. I always use either no boil lasagna or partially cooked pasta put into my crockpot at the begining of any recipe calling for dinner to be served over pasta. When I get home, I want supper DONE! Solution to the crusty top and dry chicken that others warned about: mixed sauce throughout the noodles(partially cook the noodles , just put them in boiling water and turn off water and let them sit in hot water 3-5 minutes, just to soften them so that way they don't fall apart cooking all day or turn to gummy mush), then put the raw chicken breast pieces (still partially frozen )on top of the pasta, then cover the entire top of dish with about 1 1/2 cups of mozzarella cheese. Had no swiss cheese on hand. Finished product had moist and yummy top, juicy chicken with good flavor, I added chopped onions, chopped bell pepper, garlic powder, didn't add in the parmasaan cheese because we like to add that to our plates. Was tempted to put in broccoli, but was scared it would get mushy cuz all I had was frozen broccoli and previous results with crockpoting frozen broccoli was a disaster. Next time I will put in raw broccoli and see how it turns out. Cooked on high 1 hour and low 6 hours (my crock pot automatically switches from high to low) so it basically cooked all day, I think a few more hours would be fine if you needed to be out of the house longer.Thanks for posting this! Will definately make again!
This is a very simple and tasty recipe. I served it over egg noodles and my very picky husband loved it. I will be making again for sure!
This recipe was good. I would definetly stir this often as the sauce forms a thick crust...also the alfredo gets watered down quite a bit..
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Slow Cooker Chicken Alfredo
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 458
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