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Monday Morning in the Kitchen: Crockpot Chicken and Winter Vegetables

I love the convenience of a slow cooker.  I can throw something in it early in the day, when I have the most energy, and when it is dinnertime and my energy is waning, my meal is ready to eat.  This is a very simple, easily adapted, comfort food recipe.



Crockpot Chicken and Winter Vegetables

1 large chicken breast
2 potatoes
1 parsnip
2 turnips
1 carrot
1 can cream of mushroom soup
salt and pepper to taste

Cut the chicken and vegetables into bite-sized pieces.  Put everything into a 4-qt. crockpot.  Cook on high for 4 hours (or low for 8).  
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  1. Sounds easy and tasty, too. Parsnips are something I've never purchased or even eaten, which is odd because I love root veggies.

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  2. Yummo!!! I accepted the award and answered all your questions..Thanks again Krisi..

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  3. Oooh this looks yummy! I am definitely going to have to try this. Looks like something easy to throw in before work. Thanks!

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  4. I agree!Crockpots are wonderful. I use mine often. I plan to try your recipe soon!

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  5. Thank goodness for crock pots! Looks delish

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