28 Responses to Crock Pot Cream Cheese Chicken Chili

  1. Hi Meredith!
    This chili looks amazing! I love crock pot recipes. I made a creamy chicken soup in mine the other day and I actually added cream cheese to it! It makes a great addition. Pinned and shared on my Facebook page. Thank you for sharing on Marvelous Mondays. :)

    Julie @ This Gal Cooks

    • Thanks, Julie! It’s one of those dishes that actually tastes a whole lot better than it looks and sounds, and it is the best ratio of yum to easy that I’ve found yet in crock pot recipes, haha. And thanks for hosting the party!

  2. I think I just changed what I am making for dinner this evening! ;) I was wanting to do something Mexican. I had already planned to do ground hamburger with the Rotel & taco seasoning in the Crock Pot- I always make my taco beef & chicken that way! So good & easy! :)

    Thank you for sharing at Marvelous Mondays! :)

  3. Your crock pot chicken chili looks so delicious! We can’t wait to try it. We would love to have you share it at our Strut Your Stuff Saturday link party and at our new sister blog site Myrecipemagic.com. You can share your recipe and make some extra “dough” (cash). Drop by and check it out! We are so excited! -The Six Sisters

  4. Hi Meredith! This looks great! I am visiting from Family Fun Friday! Thank you for posting! I blog at My Life as Robin’s Wife. Blessings!

  5. I made this the other night and it was super yummy!! I just had some of the leftovers today for lunch and I can’t wait to make it again. SO doesn’t like cream cheese either but he did like this.
    Thank you for posting it!

    • So glad, Jennifer! This is now one of my favorite crock pot meals, it just doesn’t get any easier…and it’s great leftover, too!

  6. Soooo easy and super tasty, I make this every week now and there is enough to freeze and have for another night or lunches (it is just me and my husband). I added green and orange peppers to add some more veggies and it worked out great!

    • You should be able to add 1 or 2 more chicken breasts without adding more sauce…especially once it’s shredded, it will just make it meatier and thicker!

    • Hi Leila, it’s really difficult to overcook this! I’d say you could do 6 hours on low with fresh chicken breasts, but it wouldn’t hurt if it went for 8. With frozen, you’d probably need to do closer to 7 or 8.

    • At the very end, after it’s cooked all day – it will be very tender and super easy to shred! I actually usually shred it about a half hour before we eat and then turn my crock pot down to warm…that gives me time to make cornbread and rice to go with it and then it’s ready to go when we sit down at the table.

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