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Friday, November 11, 2011

Crock Pot Cream Cheese Chicken Chile

Here's a super easy crock pot dish.
It starts with  two frozen chicken breasts.
Put all the ingredients in a crock pot.
Drain and rinse the beans.
Give it a stir and top with cream cheese.
Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
If you're home stir after 2 or 3 hours to blend
 in the cheese. Or just stir when you get the chance.
Shred the chicken before serving.
Serve over rice. 
Some chopped cilantro would be nice.

Crock Pot Cream Cheese Chicken Chili
(that's a mouthful!)
2 chicken breasts, still frozen
1 can Rotel tomatoes
1 can corn kernels, do not drain
1 can black beans, drained and rinsed
1 pkg. Ranch dressing mix
1 T cumin
1 t chili powder
1 t onion powder
1 8-oz pkg. cream cheese
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Put the chicken in the crock pot.
Top with the tomatoes, corn,
the drained and rinsed beans,
ranch dressing, cumin, onion and chili powders,
stir to combine then top with the cream cheese.
Cook on low for 6-8 hours, stirring one or twice
 to blend in the cheese.
Shred the chicken into large pieces
and serve over rice.
Can also serve in tortillas or taco shells.
Serves 4

(This would also make an excellent dip!)

Enjoy!

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158 comments:

  1. This sounds good! My hubby is not a huge chicken eater, but I showed him this picture and he even said it looked good! I have most of the ingredients on hand, so I believe I'll be trying this one maybe tomorrow! Thanks for the recipe!

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  2. omg this is awesome! I am bookmarking your blog ^_^

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  3. Yummy! I am making this for tomorrow's dinner! TFS

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  4. So easy and yummy! I had everything on hand and put it in the crockpot last night. It is ready for football Sunday! Serving with Fritos and cheese to top it off. thank you!

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  5. Hi Rita,
    I made your recipe for crockpot pot roast and it was so good!!! Hubby loved it!
    I know I said I was having the Chicken Chile for tonight, but we're having it for tomorrow night's dinner instead. It's already made though. All Hubby has to do is make the white rice and heat up the chile...and voila...dinner is served. TFS

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  6. This looks good and I have some fire roasted frozen corn that will be really good in the soup! It's my next cold day meal!

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  7. This looks and sounds super yummy!! I'm going to have to give it a try!

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  8. Hi Rita,
    I can't wait to make your soup, we are going to love it. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful week!
    Miz Helen

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  9. This looks amazing! Just saw this on pinterest!

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  10. This recipe sounds like a perfect one for the busy, hoilday season!

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  11. I made this for dinner last night and it was awesome! We really loved it.

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  12. I made this today and my family loved it! I did add an extra can of Rotel Tomatoes just because I love them soooo much!! This is a great recipe!! Thanks so much! :)

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  13. I've been thinking of this ever since you posted it. I want to try it with leftover turkey. Hope it works. Thanks for all the wonderful recipes you post.

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  14. I made your recipe. It was fantastic. I would definitely recommend this recipe to others and I will be making it again myself. Btw, tried it as dip too as you suggested and it would make a nice dish for a party or gathering. Great job with this. Thanks for the Recipe!

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  15. Does the chicken have to be frozen ? If not how long should it take to cook?

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  16. Hi Rita! In about one hour I will be able to taste your yummy sounding recipe. By the way, you and I have the same crock pot! LOL! Thanks for sharing your yumminess! :)

    P.S. I found you on Pinterest!

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  17. I made this yesterday and my family really liked it. It was yummy,and super easy, which I just love. It will be on my list of recipes to make often. Thank you so much for sharing it.

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  18. I made this yesterday and my family really liked it. It was yummy,and super easy, which I just love. It will be on my list of recipes to make often. Thank you so much for sharing it.

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  19. I have made this several times and just posted about it on my blog. Linking back to you of course! Thank you so much for this recipe.

    http://myhouseandmyhome.blogspot.com/2012/01/i-love-my-crock-pot.html

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  20. Can you use canned chicjen with this?

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  21. Rita, I make this once a week at least. I can't quit. I found this on pinterest and I am in love! Thank you Thank you Thank you!

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  22. Oh my gosh, this was so delicious and EASY! I don't think I've ever gotten ALL rave reviews on a meal before from my family! (Especially one where I didn't even have to work hard!) Thank you!

    Our crockpot is broken, so I just made it in the oven hoping it would be ok. It was! Next time I have to lighten up on the chili powder because my family can't handle much heat, but otherwise...YUM!

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  23. Huge hit at our house! I even switched it up and put the mixture in soft shells....rolled them up, poured salsa on top, the shredded cheese to make enchiladas in the oven. My husband absolutely loved it!! And they are now our favorite "enchiladas". And easy for me cause it cooks I the crockpot all day until I stuff the soft shells! It's awesome!!!

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    1. Thanks for the tip, will most likely try the enchiladas

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  24. Thank you for this recipe! It is so easy and so yummy! I brought it to happy hour and served with tortillas, chips, and veggies. Like you said, it makes a great soup or dip, or taco filling! Thanks again!

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  25. I made this last week and it was AMAZING. And so easy! I served it up with some homemade rolls that I had frozen, and it was delicious! This has definitely become a staple recipe for my family. Thank you!!

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  26. I got this recipe from my sister. It's awesome!! Thanks so much for sharing. My husband and I love it and my friend requests it when she comes over. So good and easy. Love that the chicken can be frozen and I typically have all the items on hand. (o: TFS

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  27. That looks good. DH is going to try that one.

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  28. This looks sooo good, I think I would add a little veveeta though, and serve with fritos or tortilla chips! I'll definitely be making this!

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  29. Made this for a SECOND time in less than a week!
    Great recipe. I did add pinto because I didn't have black beans and used fresh cubed chicken. I was able to reduce the cook time to 2 hours on high because of the cubed fresh chicken and it was perfect. First time I used cubed chicken and it was dry. This time I also thickened w/ a little cornstarch whisked in. This is a keeper for sure. Fabulous. Oh and we served it w/ tortilla scoop chips...and had a dinner dip. The kicker is we aren't "dip people". The great part is everyone, even my picky kids liked it! Super good! A+++

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  30. PS: I 'thought' about making it for a bbq today (4th of July) but we didn't want to share..lol...so I whipped up a pasta salad instead so we could keep the dip to ourselves!

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  31. I made this last night in Germany for all of my international friends. I used a smaller amount of cream cheese so it was thicker,added some green onion, peppers, and olives, and also a taco seasoning packet. It was perfect served on top of cheesey tortilla chips. Since I didn't have a crockpot, I just shredded the chicken beforehand, and combined everything in a pot to heat. It was delicious, and all my international friends want to come eat "American food" now :D

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  32. makingmyhappyhome.comJuly 11, 2012 at 8:37 PM

    Just found this today on Pinterest and thankfully I had all the fixings on hand! Delish, my hubby doesn't normally like crockpot meals but he said I can make this again and ate 3 helpings! I mixed with white rice and served in taco shells and tortillas.Thanks for sharing and I am going to share this on my new blog makingmyhappyhome.com with a link to you and am now a follower and looking forward to more meals!

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  33. Just made this for the first time and the taste is amazing. Thank you for sharing.

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  34. I have some frozen cooked shredded chicken, how long should I cook the mixture in the crock pot then without needing to cook the chicken?

    thanks

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  35. Omg I love this found you on pinterest and just taste tested an it is delicious and ready for dinner tonight!!! I looove it and will be making it again!!!

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  36. I tried this a few weeks ago minus the beans (not a bean eater) & it was AMAZING!!! My hubby loved it too, so glad I found this on pinterest! I am making it again tomorrow night, it's so easy & so delicious! This will start being a regular around my house :)

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  37. I made this last night and it was fantastic! I thought it had a little too much chili powder if I was making it for my mom to eat as well, but we really enjoyed it. Unfortunately, I realized this morning that I had forgotten to add the ranch seasoning package! That's what I get for having my 12 year-old son gathering recipe ingredients for me and not double-checking him! Knowing that, I bet this recipe would be over the top awesome! Can't wait to make it again with the RIGHT ingredients this time!

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  38. I made this tonight...and I have to say after all the the recipes I have found of pinterest and tried, a lot of them where people give great reviews and it ends up just being "ok"...but this, AHHHMAZING! I ended up doing 3 chicken breasts instead of 2, and soooo glad I did because I can not get enough of the chicken! My chicken was thawed, not frozen and when i took them out to shred the chicken, the chicken just fell apart! The possibilities with this is endless. We used rice this time, I think maybe next time this will be perfect for burritos. Thanks so much for sharing, I WILL be making this often!

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    1. Hello there,
      I was thinking about using 3 frozen chicken breasts with this recipe. I don't think 2 will be enough. Any suggestions?

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  39. Just wondering if anyone has tried making this with light cream cheese.

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    1. I did and it didn't really cream
      Well. Thinking low fat is why...

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    2. :( I just threw everything in with light cream cheese ... Hopefully it still comes out good??

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  40. wow tasty dish i will try this at my home :)

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  41. This was wonderful... I thought it would turn out like Chili... but it came out more like burrito or taco filling. The seasoning was amazing! I loved this, with shredded cheese and sour cream and I topped it with fritos since they were on sale!

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  42. I found this on pinterest and it looks awesome. From the pic it looked like it had cheese in it and i was surprised to see it only has cream cheese. Just wondering if anybody had made this with velveeta added to it... Or should i leave well enough alone and make it as is? There is a restaurant in Austin that has Mag Mud... Which is queso with avacodo died up in it and black beans and tomato in it. I got it in my head that this is the same but with chicken in it!! But i don't want to mess up a good thing if its perfect how it is;)

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  43. I made this tonight! It was to die for!!! I added a twist on it though. I made this in the crockpot. I then took 2 green bell peppers and 2 red bell peppers chopped them in half & put them in the microwave for 30 seconds. I filled each pepper halfway with rice and then poured the chili over the rice. Topped the mixture w/ shredded Mexican cheese & baked for 25 minutes. These were the best stuffed peppers I have ever made.

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  44. Making this tonight, but it was spur of the moment. So I'm cooking it on high for a couple hours, and then turning it onto low. Hopefully it turns out!

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  45. This is the best recipe EVER! I have made it once a week since finding it! I usually double the recipe since I have a large crock pot and we like leftovers. I change up the proportions though, using about 5-6 chicken breasts, 3 cans of tomatoes, 2 cans of corn, 1 can of beans, and 1.5 packages of cream cheese. I also like to add some garlic powder to the recipe for added flavor. When I use thawed chicken, I can cook the full doubled recipe on high for just 3 hours.

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  46. Made this tonight and it was amaaaaaazing!!

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  47. I made this last night; my boyfriend and I totally loved it! Honestly, this is one of the best recipes I have found on Pinterest so far!

    I'm a vegitarian so I changed it up by leaving out the chicken (obviously), adding a can of Hunt's fire roasted tomatoes in addition to the rotel and used half a bag of frozen onion/pepper mix.


    Thanks :)

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  48. I made this last night; my boyfriend and I totally loved it! Honestly, this is one of the best recipes I have found on Pinterest so far!

    I'm a vegitarian so I changed it up by leaving out the chicken (obviously), adding a can of Hunt's fire roasted tomatoes in addition to the rotel and used half a bag of frozen onion/pepper mix.


    Thanks :)

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  49. Made this and my husband and I LOVED IT! SO great! Next time we plan to try it as a burrito filling. Yummy!

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  50. This was delish! So easy and the whole family enjoyed it. :)

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  51. Do You think I could do this without tomatoes? I am allergic to them, but I thought I could maybe add a diff type of bean instead?

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  52. I just made this today before heading to campus. I put it on "High" instead of "Low." I got back and checked the internal temp of the chicken and it was ready to eat after only 4 hours! It is simply amazing! So fantastic, I want to eat the whole crock pot full by myself and not share with my roommates! :)

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  53. I ready to try this, your reviews were great and have my mouth watering!
    Joyce Ellis

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  54. Wow, found this on Pinterest, and it looks fantastic! I can't wait to try it!

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  55. This is literally my new favorite food! I found this recipe a few weeks ago and have made it 3 times since.

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  56. This is literally my new favorite food! I found this recipe a few weeks ago and have made it 3 times since.

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  57. This is literally my new favorite food! I found this recipe a few weeks ago and have made it 3 times since.

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  58. Made this tonight, my boyfriend loved it! The blend of ranch with the spice and cheese is simply delicious.

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  59. This recipe is so awesome! I did change one thing-instead of regular Hidden Valley Ranch I used Hidden Valley Fiesta Ranch-OMGosh!! Just amazing!! If your local grocery store does not carry this variety ask the manager to order it. I have used this dip mix for years to make fiesta ranch dip (I add it to sour cream with a can of chopped green chilies and a small can of chopped black olives and people just flip for it!)

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  60. This is my husbands FAVORITE!!! I make it all the time. It won a chili cook off at my church last night!! The pan was scraped clean!

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  61. Congrats! Glad it was a winner at Church and with your husband.

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  62. This is in my slow cooker as we speak! Can't wait for dinner time!!

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  63. This dish is delicious!! My picky 12 year old and all her friends loved it !! They even requested it for breakfast in the am!! I did add an extra can of black beans ( 2 total) used 3 large frozen chicken breasts ....and added about 3 table spoons of taco seasoning and served over yellow rice...

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  64. I made this last night for my husband and grandparents. My grandpa is a very picky eater, but even he really enjoyed it. All of us loved this! Thanks for sharing!

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  65. i made this today and the smell is wonderful id dint have the chili powder but im sure it will be great since the granddaughter doesn't like hot stuff.

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  66. I work nights in the ER & am always looking for quick fix meals that I can start before a nap & then pack it up before work. Cant wait to try it. Used 3 chicken breasts, some garlic powder because we LOVE garlic, Philadelphia chive & onion cream cheese & threw in a can of kidney beans as well. All that's left is the rice! Cant wait to eat it

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  67. I doubled everything with 4 chicken breasts and 2 of every other ingrediants will it be ok? And is it tsp cumin or tablespoon? I just went with tsp!

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  68. This was hit the family but I have to leave out the corn or the guys of the house won't eat.

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  69. Made this today!!!! I cant say enough good things about it. It was soooo good. I served it over rice but tomorrow we are going to be eating the leftovers as a burrito. Very good recipe and I wouldn't change a thing. Thank you for posting.

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  70. Well, this looks DIVINE! and so easy, I pinned it so I'll remember to try, thanks!

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  71. Does the capital T mean tablespoon and the small t mean teaspoon in the recipe?

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  72. It is very tasty but very rich. A bit too rich for me. My husband and brother in law really liked it but could not even finish one normal sized portion (and these are two guys over 6 feet with voracious appetites). I think next time I'll serve it with chips as a dip. Great flavors!

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    1. Try adding a qt of chicken broth to the crockpot..makes a yummy soup..not so rich.

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  73. can't wait to make it... should this be 1 tsp of cumin and 1Tbsp of chili?

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  74. Made it tonight for dinner. Really yummy! Comfort food at it's best and lots of flavor. My hubby liked it too.

    Thanks so much for posting!

    Here's my blog post about it: http://afridgefulloffood.typepad.com/my_weblog/2012/11/slow-cooker-creamy-chicken-chili-over-rice.html

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  75. I am making this as we speak. I cannot wait for my hubby to try it. Its finals week so this is the perfect meal idea! Thank you so much!

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  76. I found this on Pinterest and my family would eat it every night if they could (it's so easy they may just get their wish!) Thanks so much for the recipe. I used the new Philadelphia recipe cooking cream in Santa Fe and Hidden Valley even has a Santa Fe Ranch mix that I used last time! and when I ran out of chili powder I just used a package of chili mix I had on hand..turned out great that way too.

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  77. That looks so indulgent and lush!

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  78. My friend made this for us recently when we had a child in the hospital. OH MY GOODNESS!! It was delicious. I ate it for dinner, lunch the next day, breakfast the day after that...and almost cried when it was gone. So, so very good. I'm making it again for dinner very soon.

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  79. My friend made this for us recently when we had a child in the hospital. OH MY GOODNESS!! It was delicious. I ate it for dinner, lunch the next day, breakfast the day after that...and almost cried when it was gone. So, so very good. I'm making it again for dinner very soon.

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  81. Just made this tonight, amazing! I did not have onion powder or onions so I used 2 tablespoons minced dried onion and was still so yummy. All ideas on how to eat it sounds great: as stuffed peppers topped with cheese, burrito filling, dip, over rice, etc. I may serve it up enchilada style with added shredded cheese. Thanks for the recipe Rita! Yours truly, Michelle

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  82. Some recipes that call for a dressing mix say not to make the dressing, to only put the powder in. I'm assuming this is to make the dressing, right?

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  83. Found this on another site, made it yesterday. Was so thick so I added chicken broth to thin. More like a dip even when thinned, will use leftovers as tortilla filling tonight. Think 2 cans of beans would be great next time.

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  84. Found this on pinterest and tried it today. Everyone loved it. Served over rice.

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  85. Made it this weekend and it's awesome!! We LOVED it! Easy and delicious. What more could I ask for?? :)

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  86. Amazing. Instant hit in my house. Got my boyfriend thinking of many different uses for the chicken. The chicken was so tender and tasty. Thanks for the recipe!

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  87. Making it tonight!! Can't wait to try it!

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  88. Rita,
    Just a note to let you know - our church had a chili cook-off tonight - I took a crock of your yummy Cream Cheese Chicken Chile - we WON :-) :-) This recipe is So Tasty! I made it for the first time 2 wks ago and my girls made me take it tonight :-) YUMMY and SO EASY!!!! THANKS!!! I had fun!!
    Kim - Canal Winchester, OH

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  89. I made this tonight and it was delish. Thanks! I love easy crock pot receipes!

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  90. This is incredibly easy and yet so yummy. I couldn't stop "snacking" on the chicken as I was shredding it! The only thing I would do differently next time is add some hot pepper for a little extra kick. Thanks for a great recipe!

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  91. LOVE THIS RECIPE! Even my picky children ate it! Doubling the recipe and taking it to a pot-luck lunch tomorrow. Thank you!

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  92. I make this recipe all the time. It is by far the best "pin" i have ever found. I use leftover chicken from tacos chopped up in tiny bite size pcs. Since my chicken is precooked i can take this from fridge to dinner in an hr since my crockpot is just reheating and melting the cheese! Fabulous for lunch the next day too!!

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  93. Love this recipe, thank you. I have adapted it for use in my electric pressure cooker. I cook the chicken, tomatoes, beans, and spices for 8 minutes on high, then let it "de-pressurize" on its own for a bit (10-15 minutes), then I release the rest of the pressure. I shred the chicken and add the cream cheese, give it all a good stir, and it it ready to eat!

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  94. I made this last weekend & served it with tortilla chips. A big success.

    RITA'S BLOG = MY COOKBOOK :-)

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  95. This is sooooo good! served it for a church meeting of 21 people-- I cooked it in my big roaster oven (I put water in the base and placed the insert on top) It worked perfectly! I got rave reviews. This is one of my all time favorite recipes.
    Enjoying your blog-- yours inspired me to start one also. I am just learning the ropes!

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  96. Rita, I have made this recipe twice and both times I couldn't wait to eat - the wonderful aroma filled my home! I did alter the recipe somewhat by using only 4 ounces of cream cheese. Also, I didn't have the Rotel, so I chopped red, yellow and green peppers to add with a can of diced tomatoes! Delicious!

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  97. Made at home last night. Added chicken broth and subbed taco seasoning packet for chili cumin and onion. Shredded chicken, then added crumbled tortilla chips. Made a great tortilla soup!

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  98. Thank you for posting this recipe! I made this and my husband and I really enjoyed it. I also made some cornbread to go along with it. Delish. Will be a keeper. I featured it on my blog and linked it back to ya ;)

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  99. Have made this several times now and it is AWESOME! We eat it over rice the first day then as a dip the next day. Thank you for this!!

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  100. This looks so good...not a big fan of rice...so thinking of throwing it on a baked potato...hmmm. Guess we'll see what it's like this evening!!!

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  101. Found this recipe via Pinterest & it's in my crockpot right now. House smells delicious, can't wait for dinner! Will serve over leftover elbow macaroni noodles, Cincinnati chili style!

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  102. I love this recipe! I make it all the time. First time I didn't have the Cumin, but it still turned out great. Actually have it in the crock pot right now. Thanks!

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  103. Have you ever tried with beef

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  104. I'm new to this blog and just wanted to say OMG this was AMAZING!! I made a few changes, but that was only because I didn't want to go to the store so I just used what I had. It was delish!! Thank you.

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  106. This was wonderful! I followed the recipe exactly as is, except I added some freshly grated parmigiana on the top, fresh ground pepper, and a tiny bit of kosher salt - than I mixed it all in! After that I was reading about adding tortilla shells for added crunch. Well I instead made a bowl using tortilla wraps (mixed olive oil, lemon juice 2 tbsp, cayenne pepper 1 tsp - add more if you want spice, garlic salt 1tbsp) then I baked them at 375 for 20 minutes in the oven. Not only is this chili AMAZING, but the bowls were just so much fun.

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  107. Not much of a cook, so this is probably a stupid question...does the T stand for TBSP and the t stand for teaspoon?

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  108. Looks good. I'm making it tonight!

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  109. I substitute the cumin for curry powder, but wonderful recipe! Cheez-its with this chili taste fantastic!

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  110. I wanted to make this recipe for a freezer meal swap. Do you think all the ingredients would freeze well for someone to throw in a crockpot and cook?

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  111. Very Nice recipe...informative article on food

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  112. Love this recipe! Mostly because it's literally dump it in and walk away while it cooks... and also how well it freezes!

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  113. I add the packet of ranch dip mix and a packeg of taco seasoning and if i have some...velveeta. best queso ever!
    I don't do the frozen or raw chocken...i just use leftovers from taco night...ground beef, pork, chicken ,beef....they all work great! Super fast since the meat os alreadh cooked. I put it on high...and its ready in 45 min.

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  114. This stuff is soooo good!! The only change I make is lessen the cumin as it can get really hot. Love it!

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  115. Does anyone know the nutritional content per serving?

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  116. I made this today and the hubs and I loved it! My husband is really picky and he ate two and a half bowls! This is going to be in the rotation for a long time to come! I think I'll double it next time to have leftovers for lunch.

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  117. This recipe is so good, and easy to make !! Can be used to bring to a party as a dip with tortillas, or served over rice as I do at home with crushed tortillas over the top. The only modifications that I made were to add fresh cilantro right in the crock pot rather than dried (really makes a big difference in flavor), added half a jar of my favorite salsa for some extra spice, and I also put in spanish rice (I usually use Uncle Ben's Ready Rice, which I microwave before adding - usually add in the last hour of cooking), and I typically serve it over spanish rice too. Thanks for this recipe. It is a family favorite!

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  118. Its in the crock pot right now and it smells amazing cant wait to dig in!!

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  119. I make this all the time and I use the canned chicken. It is already cooked, so it only takes about an hour in the crock pot to get everything good & hot melt the cream cheese. I use 2 large cans.

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  120. This looks fabulous but I'm a vegetarian. Has anyone made this without the chicken?

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  121. Have been making this for a while, and its always a hit at work and home! ♡ it!

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  122. Delicious when served over fritos!

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  123. Hi, I just found this recipe, and it looks delish! I just had a quick question, I want to make this before I go to work, and wont be able to stir it until I get home. Will it make a big difference not to stir for 8 hours?

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  124. Jonesha,
    It will be fine to stir when you get home, or you can set a timer to start cooking at lunchtime. Thanks for finding me!.

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  125. I made this about 6 months ago and while it was delicious, it was just too rich for a main dish. A double recipe is in the crockpot now for tonight's New Year's Eve party! I use Rotel tomatoes and green chile as I'm in the Southwest and we put green chile in EVERYTHING! I plan to serve straight from the crockpot as a dip.

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  126. Made this yesterday and there was nothing left. I followed the recipe, but used 3 chicken breasts instead of two. Since I was shorter on time, I cooked it on high for the first two hours, then turned it down to low for 2 hours. I shredded the chicken with about an hour to go and, at the end, I used some corn starch to thicken the liquid a bit.
    It was definitely a great recipe and we ate the leftovers over tortillas with rice.

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  127. I am making this for the second time tonight since we have several friends joining us for dinner. The first time I made it was nothing short of a success. My husband went back for not just seconds, but thirds as well! This recipe will definitely be my new go-to crowd pleaser! Thanks!

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  128. Just made this and had some of the leftovers today. I shared with my co-works and had to come and print up the recipe for them :-) For dinner, I served it over brown rice. As a leftover when it thickened up, I served it in tortillas with cheese and salsa. Thanks!

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  129. Oh, this looks awesome. And so cheap and quick too. Definitely going on my list. Thanks for sharing!

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  130. I found this on pinterest and made it yesterday. It is fantastic! I just ate with tortilla chips. It was a bit spicy for my breastfeeding diet but any other time I would love how deceptively spicy it is!

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  131. I made this Sunday and it was terrific! I thought the measurements for cumin and chili powder looked reversed, but I did mine as stated and it was delicious. (I've seen this same recipe on another site where it's 1 T chili powder and 1 tsp. cumin.) I didn't have rotel, so I put that same amount of salsa, and I also only had 4 oz. light cream cheese - so that's what I used. Still amazing! I'll be making this again!

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  132. Though chicken is the favored recipe adored by everyone, it is an evident expectation, that all find a straightforward preparation system, which can be delectable and quick to cook. There are many simple broiled chicken recipes which could be prepared in an easier manner. To list outside with few delectable recipes, here are some for you. Barbecued chicken on grill, whichever is the slow barbecued on grill, slathered with barbecue sauce that is your favorite. Beer Can chicken is soft, moist on inside, falling off- crispy exterior and bone. This chicken is also referred to as beet bottom chicken. Another variety of uncomplicated broiled chicken recipes is Chipotle grilled chicken with avocado sandwich. This chicken is seasoned with chipotle. The chipotle chile powder has to be balanced by creamy cooling flavor of avocado. This gives outstanding taste to the chicken grilled. Grilled chicken with tomato tarragon sauce is just another amazing recipe of uncomplicated broiled chicken. This chicken is straightforward and easy to cook. Chicken breast recipes can also be very cheap, here is a good example. To additionally add with many more choices of straightforward broiled recipes of chicken, broiled cilantro lime chicken. In this recipe, the skinless boneless chicken breast is marinated with lime and cilantro and it’s subsequently grilled properly. This chicken is very easy to prepare in few minutes and becomes willing to serve hot to your loved ones. Grilled lime chicken with black bean sauce is the delightful recipe. In this, the chicken is marinated in good in lime juice and it’s grilled. After grilling, it is served with cilantro infused black bean sauce, to add more flavor to it. This is the hot grilled chicken that’s adored by everyone. You can additionally add spices if needed to enhance the flavor. Honey mint glazed chicken is just another simple chicken broiled recipe, where chicken is chopped in to reasonable sizes along with the pieces are marinated nicely first. It is then glazed with honey glaze and uncomplicated fresh mint, to increase the taste of the recipe. This is the simplest recipe and simple to cook in only few minutes. Delicious taste is given by this recipe with amazing flavor. Anyone will love the flavor with this only broiled honey-glazed grilled chicken and penne salad. For more chicken dish click herewhole chicken recipes

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  133. I made this recipe yesterday afternoon and it was absolutely outstanding! We have a family of six, so I put in 4 thawed chicken breasts and two cans of black beans. Other than that I did not change the recipe and we all loved it! I only cook a meal one day a week and this is a MUST!

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  134. I made this recipe for my family yesterday. It was delicious! We have a family of 6, so I had 4 chicken breasts and two can of black beans.

    I highly recommend this recipe, very easy and outstanding flavor!

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  135. I have made this several times, but never left any feedback. This is so good! My husband loves hot stuff so I added a small can of chopped green chiles and used hot rotel tomatoes. I used black bean soup instead of regular black beans and I didn't drain them. I also added some fresh garlic. It's delicious.

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  136. I have made this recipe many times since I found it on your blog, probably a couple of years ago now. I just love it. Its easy and very tasty!!! Thanks so much for sharing it.

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  137. That looks like a delight and I will definitely love to try that recipe! Thanks!

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  138. This looks really delicious. Thank you for sharing your recipe!

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  139. I've probably made this six times already and have failed to comment. It's absolutely amazing! Won the chili cook off at work with it as well. I usually always end up adding a bit of chicken broth at the end to thin it a little but I get rave reviews from EVERYONE! Thanks so much for this recipe. It will stay in rotation forever!

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  140. This is an absolutely amazing recipe. I am not a big chill fan, but when I saw this, even I thought it sounded good. I have made it at least four times in the last few months and am making it again today, my husband and father love it, too!

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  141. I lost the recipes I had copied to bring to my daughter's house since she is having surgery. I had to Google to find this recipe and read how you created your blog so you could access your favorite recipes from anywhere. What a great idea. I even already have a food blog created. I will never lose another recipe, thanks to you!

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  142. This recipe is soooo delicious! I had it for the first time a few weeks ago with my girl friends. We all went to the beach for a girl's wknd. We didn't put it over rice. We were scooping it up with tortilla chips & fresh italian bread. We couldn't get enough! I'm making it tonight for my husband & daughter.

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  143. Found this recipe last year, and have used it over and over! Just sent the link to your blog for a friend that wants the recipe. It is so good and so easy! If I take this to an event, I always come home with an empty crock-pot.

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  144. I made this yesterday and it was a huge hit! Loved everything about it. Decided last minute to double the ingredients, but only had 1 can of Rotel, so I added a second can full of salsa. No complaints here. Might stuff the leftovers into bell peppers tonight. Thank you so much!

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