9/11/2009

Crock pot salsa chicken

When school starts, so does all of the craziness around here! I want my kids to be able to have the opportunity to develop new talents and keep themselves active. So, when school starts so does soccer, piano, dance... which doesn't leave much time for dinner. I LOVE crock pot recipes. Love. When 3:00 rolls around I don't have the time to think about whats for dinner. Especially when I have 30 minutes to get out the door and won't be home all afternoon!

This dinner is so easy and tastes GREAT! This is all you need to make it. It should take you about 2 minutes!

Chicken
1 jar Medium salsa
frozen corn
1 can of black beans

Put the frozen chicken in the bottom of the crock pot. Don't worry about it being frozen.
Pour the salsa on top of it. Make sure you use Medium salsa or else it may be a little bland. Cover the chicken with the corn (as much as you like) and the beans. Cook for 4-5 hours on high or 8 hours on low.
Chop up some good toppings...
and then put them on top of your chicken. I shredded the chicken real quick with a fork before putting in the bowl. And I always put the chips on top so they aren't soggy. One more good meal for the busy, crazy days! Enjoy!

5 comments:

  1. I LOVE crockpot stuff! This looks so yummy too!

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  2. Can't wait to try it. Looks yummy :)

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  3. I made this for dinner last night and it was SO GOOD! I love how it was so easy to do. It was such a busy day for me, so this meal was a god-send. This is going in our rotation for sure! Thanks =)

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  4. I made this yesterday & the kids LOVED it!!! I've been having a very hard time getting my kids to eat much of anything lately, so this meal is going to be added to our rotation too:)
    Also, it couldn't have been any easier to prepare. My kind of meal!
    Oh, & the kids weren't the only ones who loved it, Jon & I are big fans too!

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  5. Hmm...cant do the corn, wonder what I can put in instead????

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