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If you are looking for a one pot meal that your family will go crazy over, try this Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing recipe. From start to finish, it is so simple and packed with everything you need for an amazing dinner your family will love.

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Chicken and Stuffing Crockpot Recipe:

We love one pot meals around here for busy week night dinners and even better when the recipe uses the slow cooker! You can even serve this during your holiday dinner.

Our family recently devoured this Crock Pot Chicken and Stove Top Stuffing recipe for dinner and I can’t wait to share it with you today. The kids went crazy over it and asked for more.

This recipe is the perfect comfort food and a great family dinner idea. Not only is this meal great for a cold winter day, but it is budget friendly meal. I love meals that I can prepare that doesn’t cost a lot but it very filling for my family.

Easy One Pot Dinner!

This easy one pot dinner is a complete meal. Literally everything you need for the meal gets tossed in the crockpot- chicken, stuffing, green beans. You have everything you need for an entire dinner in this one slow cooker. Plus, the chicken broth keeps the chicken very juicy!

There is no need for other pots and pans. The entire dinner is in the crockpot. Slow Cooker Chicken and Stuffing can be made in the instant pot as well.

You must try all of our One Pot Recipes.

More Chicken and Stuffing Recipes to try

The Instant Pot Chicken and Stuffing Recipe is great for those busy nights when you forgot to set something out. We have all have been there before! The Instant Pot saves you so much time! It has been a game changer for my busy family.

You might also like our Chicken Stuffing Bake Recipe. It is a one dish dinner that you bake.

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Everyone will love this recipe!

Once you come home, dinner is ready and waiting. This is the perfect meal when you will be gone and have activities and a crazy schedule. This is one of my family favorites meal!

Dinner time does not have to be hectic or expensive. This is a great meal to please everyone and frugal too. We love making crockpot recipes, especially recipes that everything goes in the crockpot! It makes dinner time a breeze!

You will need a slow cooker for this recipe:

Any crock pot will work great for this recipe. I have been using this multi-cooker and it work greats.

If you prefer a traditional style crock pot, there are several others on sale here. Another favorite is this programmable crock pot  for when I am am not at home all day. I love coming home to a nice meal ready and waiting!

I also like to use crock pot liners to make clean up a breeze. These are worth every penny and save a ton of time.

Close up image of ingredients of chicken and stuffing. It includes uncooked stuffing, green beans, chicken breast, cream of chicken soup, sour cream and seasoning.


  • Chicken breasts, boneless skinless – Generally I use chicken breasts in this recipe but boneless chicken thighs would be delicious too.
  • Garlic Salt – Garlic Powder or minced garlic would work great too.
  • Cream of Chicken Soup
  • Sour Cream
  • Stove Top chicken boxed Stuffing mix
  • Frozen green beans – I do not recommend canned green beans for this recipe as they will fall apart with the long cook time that is needed to make this crock pot recipe.
Close up image of chicken and stuffing in a crock pot

How to make Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing:

  • Place the boneless seasoned chicken breast in the crock pot. I like to filet mine, but that is optional.
Close up image of chicken and stuffing in process.
  • In a medium bowl mix together the cream of chicken soup and sour cream. Some recipes call for 1 cup of water to be mixed into this mixture; however, I have found that this is not needed as the chicken releases a lot of water as it cooks.
  • Then spread this mixture over the chicken in the crock pot. This mixture will be thicken so spread as evenly as you can.
Close up image of chicken and stuffing in process.
  • Then sprinkle the box of Stove Top Stuffing on top of the chicken. Do not mix in and sprinkle on top as evenly as possible.
Close up image of chicken and stuffing in process.
  • Then add the frozen green beans on top of the stuffing mixture.
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  • Next season with the salt and pepper.
  • Place the lid on top. Cook on high for 4 hours or low for 6-8 hours until the chicken is cooked through. Cooking times will vary based on your slow cooker as each slow cooker cooks a bit differently.

Can you make this without cream soup?

Yes! You can make your own Homemade Cream of Chicken Soup.

It is so easy and tastes really delicious. This is a great option and only takes a few minutes to make.

Just use what works for your family. Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing recipe will be delicious with either option.

Sour Cream Substitutes

If you cannot have sour cream or you don’t have any on hand, these substitutions work great in this recipe.

  • Plain Greek Yogurt
  • Mayonnaise
  • or Milk (as a last resort)

Variations to try:

  • Try using Cream of Mushroom Soup or Cream of Celery instead of Cream of Chicken Soup. Any cream based soup would work great in this recipe.
  • Add celery and onions to the stuffing mix before sprinkling it on top.
  • Substitute cornbread stuffing instead of the stovetop stuffing for a different flavor. Any dry stuffing mix will work in this recipe so I recommend using your favorite type.
  • Add water chestnuts to the stuffing mixture.
  • Use different vegetables instead of green beans in this recipe. Carrots, Corn or Potatoes would all work great in this recipe too. I think broccoli would be delicious as well but it does get very soft in the crock pot so if you are using broccoli, then add it only for the last 30-60 minutes of the cook time.
Close up image of chicken and stuffing on a brown spoon.

Tips for Chicken and Stuffing:

  • Use non-stick cooking spray – If your crock pot doesn’t have a non stick insert that I recommend using a non stick cooking spray before making this dinner for easy serving.
  • Filet the Chicken. – If your chicken breasts are larger, filet them into smaller pieces so that they cook more evenly.
  • It is important to layer ingredients and not mix. – Layer in the ingredients in the crock pot instead of mixing them together. This is hard as most of my other recipes require mixing but not this one. Evenly layer the ingredients in instead.
  • Do NOT prepare the stuffing mix based on the package instructions. – Just sprinkle the dry mix on top and the moisture from the meal with create the stuffing for this recipe.

How to make a firmer stuffing?

The stuffing in this recipe is softer since it’s cooked in a slow cooker. If you like more firm stuffing, you can add more of the mix to this recipe.

Plus you can remove the lid from the crock pot for the last 30-60 minutes of the cook time so that some of the extra moisture will cook off of the stuffing in the slow cooker.

Also you can place the stuffing in the oven to make it crispier. Place the stuffing in an oven safe dish and bake it at 400 degrees F for 10-15 minutes until the top of the stuffing has browned slightly.

What to Serve with Chicken and Stuffing?

Not much is needed to be serve with this easy recipe as it’s definitely a one pot meal.

The only item I can think of that might be yummy to add is a side of cranberry sauce or a simple side salad but that is totally optional. That is why I love this recipe. All the ingredients go in one pot.

This recipe has your protein, vegetables and a starch! Nothing else is needed to make a complete meal for your family.

Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing Recipe is easy

The stuffing and green beans help to stretch the chicken breast in this casserole. I have used chicken thighs or a mix of chicken thighs and chicken breasts to keep the cost down.

I often just use what I have in the freezer or what is on sale at the grocery store. We love simple recipes like this and everyone looks forward to when this recipe is on the menu plan for that week.

By shopping when things are on sale I save money on groceries and it really helps our budget. Saving money and feeding a big family can be accomplished.

Trust me, I have 8 kids. Once I find a meal everyone loves and it is frugal friendly, I keep it on the regular menu plan rotation!

How to store Chicken and Stuffing:

We are sure you are going to love this chicken and stuffing recipe. If you do have leftovers, you can store in an airtight container in the refrigerator. It last about 5-7 days.

My best tip when store leftovers is to put in individual containers. My husband loves this so he can grab a quick container of leftovers as he heads out the door. Saves money and avoids the fast food drive-thru.

Can this meal be frozen?

Yes, you can freeze this meal. Be sure to put in a freezer safe container and it will last up to 3-4 months.

To reheat individual portion, just place in a microwave safe dish and start with about 1 minute then stir. Continue to do this until stuffing is heated. Make sure to thaw first before reheating in the microwave.

If I have a lot of chicken stuffing leftover, I will place in a baking dish and reheat in the oven at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes.

The best comfort food!

If you have been craving comfort food during the cold winter months, this is always at the top of my families meal request. This true one-pot meal it always warms our body and soul. It takes that winter chill off of our body as we sit around the dinner table enjoy family time.

I am sure that it will be at the top of your family’s meal request too!

Print this Chicken and Stuffing Crock Pot Recipe below:

Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing

4.97 from 217 votes
Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing is a complete meal all in the slow cooker. Chicken and Stuffing Recipe is the best comfort food and quick and easy to prepare.
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 10 minutes
Servings 6
Cuisine American
Course Main Course
Calories 436


  • 2 lbs chicken breasts boneless skinless
  • 1 teaspoon garlic salt
  • (1) 10.5 oz can cream of chicken soup We make Homemade Cream of Chicken Soup
  • 1 cup sour cream
  • 1 6 oz box of Stove Top chicken boxed Stuffing
  • (1) 12 oz bag frozen green beans
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  • Place the boneless chicken breasts in the crock pot. I like to filet mine, but that is optional. Season the chicken with garlic salt.
  • In a medium bowl mix together the cream of chicken soup and sour cream.
  • Spread over the chicken in the crock pot.
  • Sprinkle the box of Stove Top Stuffing over the chicken.
  • Then add the frozen green beans on top.
  • Place the lid on top. Cook on high for 3-4 hours or low for 6-8 hours.

Recipe Notes

Note- Chicken should fall apart when it is done. Yum!
Refrigerate the leftovers in an air tight container for up to 5-6 days.  Enjoy! 

Nutrition Facts

Calories 436kcal, Carbohydrates 33g, Protein 38g, Fat 15g, Saturated Fat 6g, Cholesterol 120mg, Sodium 1410mg, Potassium 838mg, Fiber 2g, Sugar 5g, Vitamin A 765IU, Vitamin C 9.1mg, Calcium 110mg, Iron 3mg

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  1. Dawn says:

    4 stars
    Wanted leftovers so did 2 cans cream of celery ands good scoop of sour cream. 2 boxes of stuffing mix. High for 4 hours and it turned out great

  2. Carrie Barnard says:

    Yes you can.

  3. john says:

    can you use frozen peas?

  4. Margaret Julian says:

    5 stars
    Not a fan of frozen green beans.. made the recipe as written the first time using fresh green beans .. the next time I made it with canned green beans guess I’m not a fan of green beans.. love the rest of it and next time will be with frozen peas and carrots..

  5. Nancy says:

    5 stars
    Simple and delicious!

  6. Carrie Barnard says:

    It would just be 1/6 of the recipe

  7. Judy says:

    I love this recipe, however, what is the serving size. Am I missing it? I see the nutritional info, but not the serving size.

    Thank you,

  8. Judy Hutto says:

    5 stars
    I love your recipe. I make them all the time. I wish I could print them .But I don’t have a printer. Great job ladies. I have been waiting for recipe like all of these. Now I can actually cook good. Thank you. From Georgia.

  9. Carrie Barnard says:

    yes 16oz, and you can leave them out or use canned green beans.

  10. Carrie Barnard says:

    So glad you loved it. This is one of my favorites.

  11. Carrie Barnard says:

    Yes tenders would be great.

  12. Holly Ashley says:

    Carrie, I’m making this recipe today but I left out the chicken tenders instead of the chicken breast, (frozen), can I use the tenders instead?

  13. David Martin says:

    This was a good recipe. I added some water at the end to keep it from sticking to the crockpot. I cooked it for 6 hours on low heat.

  14. Brenda coldiron says:

    Is that a 16 ounce box stuffing or 1 6 Oz box stuffing and I don’t like frozen green beans could I leave them out

  15. Carrie Barnard says:

    I’m so sorry for the confusion. I used thawed chicken breasts for this recipe the last time I made this recipe. However, you can make this with frozen chicken as well. If you use frozen chicken, you would need to add 1 hour cooking time if cooking on low or 30 minutes if cooking on high. The recipe is written based on thawed out chicken breasts.

  16. Carrie Barnard says:

    Yes, the cook time would be the same if you use a 6 quart crock pot or a casserole crock pot.

  17. Kristine Stuber says:

    5 stars
    Absolutely delicious! So easy! The whole dinner in one pot! I’m putting this on our monthly rotation!

  18. Vicki Cunningham says:

    The actual recipe you print says “frozen” chicken breasts. But no where else does it say this. So do you put them in frozen or not?????

  19. lisa hoffman says:

    5 stars
    So easy to make and delicious. My family loved it.

  20. Carol G says:

    5 stars
    This was so very good, reminded me of Thanksgiving with all the flavors of a feast. I used my homemade cream of chicken and wow!!

  21. Mel says:

    5 stars
    This is one of my favorites because it has a great flavor that both my husband and daughter enjoy, it takes all of 3 minutes to put everything in the slow cooker, and it cooks on low during the day while I’m at work or trying to catch up on housework. It’s also versatile and simple to change up the taste merely by substituting different types of stuffing and frozen vegetables. Always a go-to when I’m in a pinch, and I have even used leftover crumbled-up cornbread in place of stuffing.

  22. Gena says:

    5 stars
    Really enjoyed this recipe because it’s easy and includes a veg. One pot meal! Who doesn’t love stuffing?!! Thanks it’s a keeper.

  23. Michelle says:

    5 stars
    Make the at least once a month. The flavors are delicious.

  24. Christine says:

    So easy and tasty! Perfect recipe to double when my kids come home from college.

  25. Megan Reasoner says:

    5 stars
    I was iffy at first but it turned out really, really good!

  26. Laurie Dudley says:

    5 stars
    This recipe was so simple and good.

  27. JLo Benson says:

    5 stars
    This Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing is super good. I’ve made it countless times. It’s perfect for Thanksgiving for two, or anytime! I highly recommend it!

  28. Sharon Seiber says:

    5 stars
    Sounds wonderful. I have a vip question to ask, will the cook time be the same if I use the crockpot or the casserole crockpot?

  29. Phyllis Jacobs says:

    5 stars
    I made this recipe for Christmas Eve dinner with my kids. I followed the recipe exactly as given. Everyone loved it, in fact my daughter asked me for the recipe. It was definitely a hit with my family.

  30. Jane says:

    What can I substitute for the sour cream

  31. susan m watts says:

    hi sounds good but do not like green beans, what can I substitute?? Thank you for a reply!!

  32. Miranda says:

    I am searching for recipes to use in my next freezer meal prep. Can this be adapted to freeze in freezer bags?

  33. Rose says:

    Can you use frozen broccoli or peas instead of green beans?

  34. jill Hetherington says:

    How would you adjust the cooking time using 3 lbs frozen boneless chicken breasts?

  35. Carrie says:

    No, you can use fresh or frozen chicken breasts. Thank you.

  36. Natasha says:

    Do the chicken breasts have to be frozen prior to putting them in the crock pot? Thanks.

  37. Carrie says:

    Yes, I think that would be great!

  38. Barbara Cornelius says:

    Can you use fresh green beans, instead of frozen. Want to try this recipe and have fresh green beans on hand already.

  39. Carrie says:

    I did not shred the chicken for this recipe. I serve it as the full chicken breasts for this recipe and yes, you can double it. I hope you like it.

  40. Linda says:

    Do I shred the chicken when it’s done? And, can the recipes be doubled?

  41. LadyMichigan says:

    5 stars
    I had a box of Hawaian Herb & Sage dressing on hand used it. OH MY
    husband who usually just eats and says nothing said you have got to make
    that again. Other wise just followed recipe

  42. Nini says:

    5 stars
    I make homemade dressing & I was wondering if I could omit the Stove Top(Will give it a try, tho!)& just put my own dressing ingredients in? There shouldn’t be much adapting, just adding a bit of chicken stock? Thanks! Your recipes look awesome! I am now a Pinterest follower of you!

  43. Lisa says:

    5 stars
    Great flavor! Think I’ll add a little chicken broth (maybe a half cup) to thin out the sauce next time. My husband thought it was a keeper!