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Chicken Cacciatore....Skinny Taste Style

Chicken Cacciatore recipe that cooks in your slow cooker.  An easy and delicious recipe that's for dinner tonight in our house from Walking on Sunshine!


Do you love your crock pot as much as I do?
I love being able to put a meal together on a busy day and come home to dinner waiting for me!  Life is really so much easier when I know I can have dinner almost ready when I have to be out of the house most of the day or even on days when I'm busy here on the computer!  I love to put dinner together in the morning and have it cooking most of the day filling the house with delicious smells. This chicken cacciatore recipe is one I found on Skinny Taste blog.  I made a few adjustments with what I had on hand the other night.  



Chicken Cacciatore recipe that cooks in your slow cooker.  An easy and delicious recipe that's for dinner tonight in our house from Walking on Sunshine!


I found the original recipe on Skinny Taste.  If you have never been to Skinny Taste, you need to head  HERE now.  She has amazing recipes that are very Weight Watchers friendly. I did change this recipe a bit because of what I had on hand. But first, I need to share with you my new slow cooker. That's right a new one.  My old one finally died and I purchased a new one a few days ago.  So far, so good!  I'm loving it!  
Hamilton Beach Slow Cooker


The chicken is done!  If you want to, you can let the chicken cook the last 30 minutes or so with the lid slightly off so the sauce thickens.  
Chicken Cacciatore recipe that cooks in your slow cooker.  An easy and delicious recipe that's for dinner tonight in our house from Walking on Sunshine!

Serve over rice, pasta or egg noodles.  Don't forget to sprinkle with Parmesan cheese before serving! 
Chicken Cacciatore recipe that cooks in your slow cooker.  An easy and delicious recipe that's for dinner tonight in our house from Walking on Sunshine!

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Chicken Cacciatore

Another easy recipe you can make in your slow cooker. Dinner cooks for you while you're out of the house or working all day!

INGREDIENTS:

  • 2 to 4 chicken breasts; I used boneless.
  • 1 bag of frozen peppers and onions
  • 1- 28 ounce can of crushed tomatoes
  • 1 to 2 tsp. Italian Seasoning; or your favorite
  • salt and pepper; to taste

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Spray the slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray. Trust me, you'll be happy you did when it comes time to clean up!
  2. Add the chicken breasts, bag of peppers and onions, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper to the slow cooker.
  3. Pour the can of crushed tomatoes on top.
  4. Depending on your slow cooker, you can cook the chicken on low or high for 4 to 8 hours. Check your slow cooker! So many of them now cook really fast and the chicken can become dry if you overcook it.
  5. When the chicken is done, serve over cooked rice or noodles and season with salt and pepper.
Note:
  1. You can lightly brown the meat in a heavy saucepan with a tablespoon of oil if you want, but I didn't.
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Chicken Cacciatore recipe that cooks in your slow cooker.  An easy and delicious recipe that's for dinner tonight in our house from Walking on Sunshine!


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18 comments

  1. Oh yes I want it right now ..:)
    I can eat chicken for breakfast.
    Yum.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Woolie Hugs
    Trace


    www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

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  2. Maybe I will make that in MY new slow cooker!!

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  3. Well now, it does look tasty. I remember my mom serving this over rice. I should try it with the noodles instead.

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  4. My mouth is watering....that looks DELICIOUS! Those garlic knots do too! Since we are all counting points, I will most definitely be headed over to Skinny Taste to look around.

    Thanks, Lois!

    Blessings,
    Tammy

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  5. Looks/sounds delicious, Lois. Your photos are great. Hope you have a great day.

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  6. Looks delicious, especially without the garlic knots. :-) I may make this for dinner tonight. I think there's still time. Thanks for the recipe!

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  7. Morning Lois,
    what a great idea, I haven't made
    chicken cacciatore in years, but I do love it, and this looks really yummy to me. I have a crock pot just like your new one accept mine is red, with a black crock inside. So have been wanting to use it more, so now here's a great recipe to try. Thanks!
    Thanks for dropping by yesterday, always great to hear from you hon.
    Blessings, Nellie

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  8. Sure looks like the perfect dinner combination to me!

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  9. This looks lovely, Lois! Thank you for linking to Simple Supper Tuesday :o)

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  10. I'm back here to copy the recipe. Just wanted to say that the new crockpots' LOW setting are set at a higher temp than the old ones, bacause of the bacteria issue.

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  11. What a great investment! I love my crockpot. I might have spent more on it than I had initially wanted to, but it has lasted 15 years and cooked hundreds of meals for us.

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  12. That looks very yummy! I used to do a lot of meals in our crockpot but I have got out of the swing with that I need to get back in it!

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  13. I bet you were tickled that you were able to use your Kohls cash on such a wonderful thing! I don't know what I would do without my crockpots!

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe and your excitement about your crockpot on Foodie Friends Friday.

    Cynthia
    Co-Host for FFF

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  14. This look delicious and I so love my Crock Pot.

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  15. I think I'm going to give this a try for tonight's dinner!

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