I've seen this recipe floating around Pinterest and the blogosphere for awhile now and finally got around to trying it. Holy cow was it delicious! There seems to be a few variations, I went with the one found at The Girl Who Ate Everything. It is maybe the easiest new recipe I've tried in a while. Seriously there are 4 ingredients. FOUR. And it cooks in the crockpot. I think a monkey could make this dinner. It gets bonus points for being both toddler and husband friendly. Plus it was just as good the next day and I usually don't do reheated chicken. Tasted just as good as the first time! I used 98% fat free soup and the 1/3 less fat cream cheese to lighten it up a bit. With a cup of whole grain rotini it made for a slightly higher points meal than I usually indulge in, but it was worth every bite! Enjoy!
1 can Cream of Chicken Soup
1 8 oz cream cheese
Place chicken into crockpot. (Mine were still frozen) Sprinkle with packet of Italian Seasoning. Cook soup and cream cheese in a small pot over low heat until smooth -- pour over chicken. Cook on low for 4-5 hours. You can shred, cut or leave the chicken breasts whole. Serve over rice or pasta.
9 points plus per serving when made with 4oz chicken breasts and lower fat soup and cream cheese. (PPV does NOT include the rice or pasta)