Slow Cooker Creamy Ranch Chicken

Have you dusted off your slow cookers yet?  Or do you use it year round like I do?  I absolutely love my slow cooker.  And this meal was slow cooked to perfection.  Creamy and delicious and so tender that the chicken falls apart.  This is my kind of meal!creamyranchchickenLife is just busy.  There is so much going on but it is so important for our family to sit down and eat together.  Of course we have our macaroni and cheese and Little Ceasar’s nights, but I like to eat together each night.  It took me 5 minutes to throw this meal in . So easy!  It is ready right in time for dinner and it is a meal that the family will love.  Tender chicken, potatoes, and carrots in a creamy ranch sauce.  It will seem like you slaved in the kitchen all day for this delicious meal!

3.1 from 7 reviews
Slow Cooker Creamy Ranch Chicken
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Serves: 4
 
An easy and delicious meal that you can put into the slow cooker.
Ingredients
  • 4 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts
  • 6-8 medium potatoes, chopped into large pieces
  • 2 cups baby carrots
  • 1 can cream of chicken soup*
  • 1 package dry ranch dressing mix*
  • ¼ cup milk
  • parsley to sprinkle on top (optional)
Instructions
  1. Spray your slow cooker with non stick cooking spray. Layer the potatoes and baby carrots on the bottom of the slow cooker. Lay chicken breasts on the top.
  2. In a medium bowl, mix together the soup and dry ranch packet and milk. Pour on the top of the chicken breasts.
  3. Cook on low for 4-5 hours. Use extra sauce as a gravy over the top of the potatoes and chicken breasts and sprinkle with parsley if desired.
Notes
*If you like extra sauce and gravy, double the soup and ranch packet.

 

Alyssa

Comments

  1. Angie Olson says

    Hi Alyssa! Do you know what I could use in replace of the cream of chicken soup – I can’t usually find the gluten free version anywhere. Thanks!

    • Crickett says

      YOu can make your own cream of whatever by making a rue as a base. Melt 2 TB butter, and add 2 TB flour and cook for 1 min. Then add milk or chicken broth or beef broth. What ever flavor base you want it to be. Makes an excellent sub for cream of whatever. :)

  2. Debbie says

    Can I slow cook this in the oven? My crockpot isn’t large enough. How long should I bake it in a dutch oven & at what temp?

  3. Candace says

    Thank you for sharing such great recipes! :) This one however did not work out for me. I cooked in the crock pot on low for 6 hours. My crock pot usually works awesome. At the end of 6 hours the carrots were still hard and the chicken was not quite done. I did use more soup for more gravy. It was probably just the cook. :)

  4. christen says

    Well I put the chicken in on low for 5 hour while I was on my lunch. Smells good but the chicken is still completely raw. I’m going to cook it another hour on high and hope its finished by dinner time. Next time I’ll try setting it on low for 8 hour before I leave for work. :)

  5. Maggie L. says

    I loved this recipe! It was so quick and simple and turned out so delicious. As a busy college student, I love easy recipes like this. The chicken was so tender and I loved that I had some leftovers. Thank you so much for sharing this Alyssa! I will definitely be making this again.

  6. janet says

    I have this in my crockpot for tonight’s dinner. I added some chopped onion, frozen peas and toward the end I made dumplings. Can’t wait to try!

  7. helena says

    When you double the soup and ranch packet mix for extra gravy, do you also double the amount of milk you use?
    TIA!

  8. Dani says

    I’ve had this recipe bookmarked for so long & FINALLY tried it today. I think I may have overcooked it because I’m still a crockpot newbie & was really paranoid after reading the comments. I had it going for about 7.5 hours, mostly on low, but one hour on high early on to kickstart the process. I was worried at first there wouldn’t be enough liquid to keep the veggies & chicken from scorching, but since I used frozen chicken, there ended up being plenty. Maybe too much, actually, because the flavors were a little bland. :[ I clearly have a lot to learn in slow cooking, so thanks for inspiring me to try!

  9. Haley says

    I tried this recipe for the first time tonight. I cooked it for 4 hours on high and the carrots and potatoes were still rock hard when it was dinner time:/ I’m not sure what went wrong… Maybe next time.

  10. Kristina says

    I am cooking this tonight and I am having the same problems as some others. It’s been cooking on low for 3 hour and the chicken is almost completely raw. I’ve changed the setting to high and am hoping adding another hour will help.

    • Alyssa says

      Is your crockpot older? I have never had a problem when I cook this and sometimes it cooks even faster than the time that I have given.

  11. Hannah says

    I just bought the ingredients and am so excited to try this out! I did decide on getting an extra can of cream of chicken soup (I’m a huge fan of gravy) and just want to know if I should double the milk if I use two cans of the soup instead of one? TIA! :)

  12. Lynn says

    I think this is an interesting recipe and really looks like something my husband will enjoy. So its on my list to make. One issue I have is most times the size of the crockpot is not listed, I have several. Thank you for posting it

  13. MarshaW says

    Making this for supper Sunday night. Sounds delish. I think I will use cream of mushroom instead of chicken. Just prefer it, and add some onions and more mushrooms.

    • Marisa says

      The sauce on this is good but the cooking times are not correct. Cooked it for 5 hrs on low. Chicken wasn’t done and potatoes were hard. Cooked on high For another two hours. Potatoes were still not done. Left the potatoes in the crockpot for another hour And they are still kinda hard.

  14. Megan says

    I made this yesterday for dinner and it was really yummy, but I did change a few things based on reviews. First off, I did double the sauce. I put the veggies in the crock pot (will definitely add more carrots next time) and poured half of the doubled sauce over the veggies and cooked on high for 1.5 hours (will do 2 hours next time) then stirred it all up, topped with the chicken and the rest of the sauce and cooked on low for about seven hours. I was worried it would taste too “ranchy”, but it was perfect. Lots of tasty sauce to mop up with hot rolls. Mmmmm :) Even with the extra steps this was still a very easy, delicious recipe that I will be making again! Thanks for sharing!

  15. Jessica says

    can I use another dry packet besides ranch? My fiancé is not too fOns of ranch, but I would love to try and make this dish

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