Are you looking for easy, convenient, and delicious meal options? If so, Crockpot chicken breast recipes could be just the thing for you.
These recipes are the ultimate in fuss-free cooking solutions. After all, that is the whole reason for Crockpot’s invention – ease and convenience.
Best Crockpot Chicken Breast Recipes
Most of these recipes require minimal prep work and very little hands-on cooking.
Just toss the ingredients in a Crockpot and leave it alone to do its thing.
It does not get much simpler than that.
So if simplicity is what you’re after, stick around. I’ll show you 35 incredible Crockpot chicken breast recipes.
This simple Crockpot chicken breast recipe is perfect for weeknight meals. And for meal-prepping for your week!
It makes yummy, juicy chicken with loads of flavor from the various seasonings.
And because the chicken cooks over 6 hours, it is so tender. No, really, it falls apart.
I always have high hopes for any recipe with the word “crack” in the title.
After all, if you give something that kind of name, it better be addictively good.
This slow cooker ranch crack chicken recipe doesn’t disappoint. Every bite is creamy, cheesy, and insanely flavorful.
It is also super filling, so you won’t be snacking all night after eating it.
This simple shredded chicken recipe requires just 5 minutes of prep time. And the resulting chicken is phenomenal.
It’s perfect for quesadillas, tacos, pasta dishes, and more. It also makes it much easier to meal prep for the upcoming week.
Looking for something a bit more creamy and comforting? Check out this recipe for Crockpot chicken and gravy.
It is ridiculously easy to make, requiring only four ingredients.
Season the chicken and add it to the Crockpot. Then, whisk together the cream of chicken soup, gravy mix, and chicken broth.
Pour that over the chicken in the slow cooker, and your part is done.
Let the Crockpot cook the meal for about 4 hours. Then enjoy it over steamed rice. Easy peasy.
Who needs a grill to make succulent BBQ chicken? Not you! Not as long as you have a Crockpot instead.
Everyone will love this saucy, savory chicken. And you don’t have to stand over a hot grill all afternoon to make it.
This recipe is one of my favorites when I’m having company over for dinner.
Stuffed chicken breasts are delicious and consistently impresses everyone who tries them.
What no one realizes is that they couldn’t be easier to make. All you need is a Crockpot, five ingredients, and about 15 minutes of prep work.
Do you love chicken cordon bleu but hate paying for it at a fancy restaurant? Same!
Luckily, I discovered this fabulous recipe! So, I have not had to order it at a restaurant since.
Why pay 20+ dollars for an entree when you can make it at home?! For next to nothing? Seriously, give this recipe a try.
You will not believe how good it turns out.
It will taste just like something you ordered from your favorite 5-star restaurant.
In the mood for something extra meaty and filling?
Bacon garlic chicken breast is just the thing. It is a slow-cooked, herby chicken breast wrapped in sweet-n-salty bacon.
Pair it with steamed broccoli or parmesan-crusted asparagus for a complete meal. A leafy green side salad would also be a good choice.
This all-in-one Crockpot meal has everything you could want in a meal.
Meat, grains, dairy, and vegetables. It’s a delightful mishmash of ingredients that tastes very good together.
Take about 15 minutes to prepare it at lunchtime. It will be ready to eat by dinner. You can’t beat that!
Plenty of people love homemade pot pies. But only a few people want to take the time to make them.
Baking the crust, making the filling, baking the pie- they are a lot of work.
Save yourself some time and trouble by making them in the Crockpot instead.
So… this recipe makes chicken pot pie filling rather than the whole pie. But it is delicious all the same.
However, you can bake some canned biscuits to top each serving. Or enjoy it without the biscuits for a low-carb pot pie meal.
Not making your white chili in a Crockpot? Well, you’re doing it wrong. This is the easiest, most delicious way to make white chicken chili.
I no longer make it any other way.
If you love white chicken chili, this recipe is the only one you will ever need.
There’s nothing better on a chilly day than homemade chicken noodle soup. And it is super easy with this Crockpot recipe.
You don’t even have to cook the noodles in a separate pot! Just toss them in the Crockpot near the end of the cooking process.
So, move over, Campbell’s! This chicken soup will blow it out of the water every time.
Chicken tortilla soup is always a hit in my house. Every spoonful is thick, buttery, creamy, and well-seasoned.
It’s everything you love about Mexican food rolled into a single soup recipe.
Pro Tip-Add crushed Fritos or tortilla chips to the top for a fantastic crunch.
You may be wondering how you make lettuce wraps in the Crockpot. Well, you don’t.
But you will make the delicious, sweet-n-savory filling for the wraps in the Crockpot.
These Asian-inspired wraps taste a lot like honey-garlic chicken. The green onions and chow mein noodles help further that comparison.
Try them for yourself! I guarantee you will love them.
Thick, creamy, cheesy, and totally indulgent. That is what you get with this five-ingredient buffalo chicken dip.
This dip is hearty, with loads of flavor and stick-to-your-ribs texture.
It’s perfect for parties, potlucks, or any occasion where yummy dips are all the rage.
Yep, you read that correctly. This recipe makes an entire chicken dinner – not just the chicken itself.
This meal is a delicious, one-pot dish of Italian-seasoned chicken, green beans, and potatoes.
It’s a low-calorie meal that requires six ingredients and only 10 minutes of prep work. And best of all, it will keep you full all night.
Chicken cacciatore is one of my favorite Italian dishes.
I love everything about it. The bright tomato sauce, the tender chicken, and the flavorful herbs infuse every bite.
It’s an incredible meal the whole family will appreciate. Serve it over a bed of fresh-cooked pasta for a hearty, all-in-one dinner.
Do you love teriyaki chicken? Don’t head out to your nearest Asian take-out place just yet.
With this recipe, you can make tender, succulent teriyaki chicken from the comfort of your home.
It’s a succulent mix of sweet, spicy, and savory and contains all the boldest ingredients. (Ginger, garlic, honey, brown sugar, and more.)
Serve it by itself or over a bed of rice or noodles.
Either way, it is just as good – perhaps even better – than your favorite take-out joint.
Are you more of a honey garlic chicken fan? Don’t worry! I have you covered, too.
This recipe requires only 10 minutes of prep and cooks quickly. (For a Crockpot recipe, anyway.)
Honey Garlic Chicken is sweet, tangy, rich, saucy, filling, and flavorful. (All the yummiest adjectives.)
And the chicken is so tender that you can pull it apart with a fork. I don’t know about you, but that’s my kind of meal.
On the subject of Asian food, we can’t forget about sesame chicken. (I call it the barbecue chicken of the Asian world.)
Like barbecue, it features tender, fall-apart chicken and a rich sweet-n-savory sauce. Plus, the hands-on time for this recipe is minimal.
This is a straightforward recipe. And it proves that anyone can whip up delicious Chinese food.
Let’s switch gears a little and talk about Mexican food. These Crockpot chicken tacos are the stuff.
You only need chicken, salsa, tomatoes, onions, and taco seasoning for the recipe. Plus, tortillas for serving and whatever you want to top your tacos.
It’s a budget-friendly, easy-to-make meal that the whole family will enjoy. And you do not need any fancy kitchen skills to make them.
Crockpot enchiladas require a few more ingredients than Crockpot tacos. (Though not by much – they still need fewer than ten ingredients!)
These enchiladas are a cheesy, somewhat messy meal you will love, anyway.
They are pretty healthy, too – full of beans, tomatoes, chicken, corn, and chiles.
No matter how often I do it, making pasta dishes in the Crockpot seems weird. Luckily, it does not have to seem natural to be effective.
Try it if you want a cheesy, family-friendly pasta dinner.
In the mood for cheesy and family-friendly but want something other than pasta? Try this cheesy Crockpot chicken and rice meal instead.
This dish a comforting, feel-good dinner that will put a smile on your face. It features a decadent combo of cheese, garlic, onions, paprika, and more.
Now, this cheesy recipe is not a low-calorie meal. And I don’t recommend eating it every night. But for an occasional indulgence, it’s pretty hard to beat.
Don’t let the name of this recipe fool you. This is not a copycat Olive Garden recipe.
Instead, this recipe features flavorful Olive Garden Italian dressing.
And trust me, chicken made with that Italian dressing tastes incredible. It’s juicy, tender, and bursting with robust flavors.
The cheese and pasta are more afterthoughts in this recipe. Because the chicken 100% steals the show.
This yummy pasta contains the four staples of Italian dishes: meat, cheese, sauce, and pasta.
It features loads of shredded chicken, two types of cheese, and tender pasta.
The crushed tomatoes and Italian seasoning combine to make a bright, robust sauce.
Serve this with some buttery garlic bread, and you are good to go!
This creamy pasta dish is impossible to resist.
It tastes like buttered noodles, only featuring plenty of hearty chicken. It’s savory, garlicky, and good till the last bite.
And these scrummy noodles are picky-eater-approved!
Also known as Murgh Makhani, butter chicken is a popular Indian dish many people love.
It comprises succulent pieces of chicken swimming in a rich tomato-based sauce. And it’s known for its vibrant orange color, mild spice level, and delightful flavors.
These things make it a favorite among both Indian cuisine lovers and newcomers alike.
And yes, this slow cooker recipe for it is just as good as any other you’ve tried. And a whole lot easier. You are welcome!
Crockpot chicken salad is a delicious, convenient twist on the classic recipe.
Tender chicken breasts are slow-cooked in a Crockpot with flavorful seasonings.
Truly exceptional, juicy, and flavorful meat. Once the chicken is ready, shred it. Then, combine it with fresh veggies and a creamy dressing.
This easy-to-make dish is perfect for a quick and satisfying meal. Or even a crowd-pleasing potluck option.
In the mood for something with a bit more heat? Check out this recipe for slow-cooker spicy chicken curry.
It tastes delicious, has just the right amount of bite, and is mega-flavorful.
With ingredients like garlic, ginger, curry, chili, coriander, paprika, and cinnamon, how could it not be?
Serve it over boiled or steamed rice with fresh naan bread for an authentic experience.
W have all heard of white chicken chili, I’m sure. But have you ever experienced white chicken lasagna?
The principle is the same.
It’s lasagna. But you make it with a creamy cheese-based sauce instead of marinara or tomato sauce.
Rich and indulgent, this dish is impossible not to love.
Don’t forget the garlic bread! You will not regret it.
Served with veggies or over pasta, this slow-cooker lemon chicken is phenomenal. The chicken is bright, creamy, tangy, and incredible.
The garlic and Italian seasoning pair well with the tart lemon juice. And the generous portion of butter makes everything taste better.
I love chicken and mushrooms because of their earthy, herby flavor. And what’s not to love?
This recipe creates a super comforting, warm, and unique dish.
It’s also dairy- and gluten-free, Whole30-compliant, and perfect for low-carb dieting.
This cozy stew recipe is ideal for when the weather turns cool.
It is chunky and hearty, with chicken, carrots, and potatoes. Plus, it has enough garlic to keep the vampires away all winter. Well, winter colds, at least.
And it is full of other tasty, flavor-forward herbs and seasonings, too. Seriously. If there’s one thing this stew is lacking, it certainly isn’t flavor.
I love chicken fajitas. But I hate standing over a hot stove (getting popped by grease) while cooking them.
Making them in the Crockpot or slow cooker takes care of that problem.
With this recipe, you can do everything you need to do in the Crockpot.
It yields the same great-tasting fajitas- and none of the grease burns. That sounds like a win-win to me.
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