Cheesy Chicken Tater Tot Casserole {Slow Cooker}

Kristy Whitehead Recipe

By Kristy Whitehead RLCOOKIN

I got this recipe from thecountrycook.net I haven't tried it as of yet but I know my family will love this and I will too because it sounds so simple to make. If anyone tries it, let me know what you think, thanks, Kristy

Inspired By: www.thecountrycook.net/2012...


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Ingredients

1 bag(s)
(32 oz. bag) frozen tater tots
1 bag(s)
(3 oz. bag) bacon pieces
1 lb
boneless, skinless chicken breasts, diced
2 c
shredded cheddar cheese
3/4 c
milk
salt & pepper, to taste

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Prepare your Crock Pot by giving it a good coating of non-stick cooking spray.
2
Next, begin layering in your ingredients. Start with half of the tater tots, followed by 1/3 of the bacon and then 1/3 of the cheese. Now layer in all of your chicken; sprinkle with salt and pepper, to taste.
3
On top of the chicken, layer on another 1/3 of the bacon pieces and a 1/3 of the cheese. Top with the remaining tater tots, then layer on the rest of your cheese and bacon. When done with your layers, pour the milk over the entire thing.
4
Cover and cook on low about 4-6 hours. Be sure to check for doneness of your chicken, some Crock Pots take longer to cook than others.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken, Casseroles
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #pot, #easy, #slow, #cooker, #Meals, #crock
  • Comments

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    Elysia Bain epbain - Jul 25, 2012
    This is a wonderful recipe, I just made it.
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    Val Paris gramsgirls - Jul 25, 2012
    I have never heard of a bag of bacon pieces. Are they precooked pieces of frozen bacon? Thanks.
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    Kristy Whitehead RLCOOKIN - Jul 25, 2012
    Thanks Elysia for letting us know!!!
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    Kristy Whitehead RLCOOKIN - Jul 25, 2012
    Val, a bag of bacon is just bacon bits.
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    Shelia Senghas earthbaker - Jul 26, 2012
    Sounds yummy, I see you have posted 4 recipes. Yeah for you. Keep them coming girl as each one you post could benefit many. A bit of advice, careful about posting photography from other websites as there might be a copyright attached on the photo unless you get permission from that particular website. In the JAP rules they discuss this subject and say we need permission. I have seen others do it as well, however, problems could exist in the future. Happy cooking sweetie!