The Best And Easy Healthy Chicken And Stuffing Crock Pot Home Made Recipe

This easy Crock Pot Chicken and Stuffing recipe includes seasoned chicken with savory stuffing and vegetables. Serve it casserole style or with gravy and mashed potatoes!

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I think I’ve made it more than any other recipe on my blog. This meal is perfect for anyone who’s busy and needs a quick dump and go dinner. (And I do believe that is all of us.)

It’s a delicious meal option that the whole family is sure to love!

Chicken is a super popular dish, and for good reason. Well, I guess if you’re not a chicken lover, but we love chicken at my house! This slow cooker chicken is my take on the classic dish. It’s a great way to get the flavors of this restaurant favorite with minimal work.

This crock pot chicken and gravy is such a great recipe for a busy weeknight meal. Just throw it in the pot and let it cook.

I always used to order chicken at restaurants, but now that I know how to make it in the crock pot, it’s become a dinner time favorite at home too!


4 boneless skinless chicken breasts,

1.5 Tablespoons Italian Seasoning


10.5 oz. cream of chicken soup,, low sodium

8 oz. sour cream,, (equivalent to 1 cup)

6 oz. box stuffing mix

¾ cup low sodium chicken broth

2 cups fresh green beans, See notes

Optional stuffing additions:

1/2 cup onions,, diced

1/2 cup celery,, diced

1/4 cup dried cranberries

1/2 cup crumbled sausage,, (cooked or raw)

2 teaspoons dry rosemary



The Best And Easy Healthy Chicken And Stuffing Crock Pot Home Made Recipe


Season the chicken with Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper. Place on the bottom of a lightly greased Crock Pot.

In a large bowl, mix together the soup, sour cream, stuffing, and *half* of the chicken broth. Layer the stuffing mix over the chicken.

Add the green beans.

Cook on high for 4 hours, or on low for 6-7.

Optional: Serve with gravy and mashed potatoes if desired.

If you’d prefer additional moisture, add the rest of the chicken broth, stir, and heat for an additional 10 minutes.

For firmer stuffing, leave the lid off the crock pot for the last 30-40 minutes of cooking. Use foil to cover the chicken to keep it moist.

You can also pop it in a 400 degree oven for 10-15 minutes to brown up the top.

Optional: Serve with gravy and mashed potatoes if desired.

Instant Pot Method:

Season the chicken with Italian seasoning, salt, and pepper.

Pour 3/4 cup chicken broth into the Instant Pot and top with chicken, overlapping as needed.

Seal the vent, and press the “manual” or “pressure cook” button and set the timer to 14 minutes for frozen chicken, or 8 minutes for fresh/defrosted chicken. Ensure the pressure seal valve is secured in place and closed.

As the chicken cooks, gently combine the stuffing, cream of chicken soup, and the sour cream until just combined. Don’t over-mix.

Once the chicken timer goes off, turn the quick release valve on the pressure cooker and wait for the steam to escape. Press the cancel button to turn the off the unit.

Open the lid and ensure that chicken is fully cooked. You’ll notice a lot of moisture at the bottom, this is needed for the stuffing to cook.

If using frozen green beans, place them on top of the chicken, seal the pressure valve, and press the “manual” or “pressure cook” button again and set the timer for 2 minutes. Release the valve, let the steam escape, and then add the stuffing on top. (If using fresh green beans, add them at the same time as the stuffing.)

Replace the lid and seal the pressure valve. Press the “manual” or “pressure cook” button and set the timer to 4 minutes. This will heat up the stuffing. (Since the stuffing will absorb the moisture, the pressure cooker won’t steam again.)

Once finished, release the valve once more and let the steal escape. Remove and serve!


Frozen green beans may also be used but become very soft in the Crock Pot by the end. You may choose to add them halfway through.

If you prefer to keep your vegetables separate from the stuffing, place a layer of foil over the chicken and stuffing.

This will allow you to lift up and remove the green beans and give the stuffing a stir if you’d like, while also keeping them separate from one another.

Poking holes in the foil allows the green beans to steam in the Crock Pot.