Kelsey Rose Jones Recipe

Crock Pot Chicken and Dumplings

By Kelsey "Rose" Jones RoseAngell

Recipe Rating:
 3 Ratings
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Kelsey "Rose"'s Story

This recipe is a virtual dump it into the crock pot and leave it for 6 hrs. Add the finishing touches and in 30 minutes supper is ready. I tasted this at a parent teacher meeting (like a PTA) and it was fantastic. I shared it with my family and have gotten great reviews.


skinless chicken breasts, cut up into small pieces
2 can(s)
cream of chicken soup
onion, diced
1 c
2 Tbsp
chicken bullion
1 pkg
frozen peas and carrots
1 can(s)
diced potatoes (or 2 large potatoes)
2 pkg
10 ounce refrigerator biscuts for later.

Directions Step-By-Step

Combine everything in crock pot except biscuits. Cover and cook on low for 5-6 hours.
40 minutes before serving turn crock pot to high. Tear or cut biscuits into one inch pieces and trow into mixture, stirring gently. Cover and cook and additional 30 minutes or until biscuit dough fluffs up.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Chicken
Other Tag: Healthy
Hashtags: #dumplings, #Crock Pot

  • Comments

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    Christine Fernandez SuperMom77 - Oct 11, 2011
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    Michelle Hickey Chellenay69 - Oct 11, 2011

    I love the idea of letting it all cook all day long. May I suggest something if you havent tried this before? I have always found that biscuts taste differently than hand made dumplings. The dough is different so it stands to reason that it would taste differently. I like the taste of regular dumplings but dont have the time to always roll them out from scratch. I experimented with different products and found that if you buy frozen parkerhouse rolls and just defrost them and tear them into bite sized pieces, you can't tell the difference between them and homemade dumplings!
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    Kelsey "Rose" Jones RoseAngell - Oct 11, 2011
    Sounds Great! I will have to try that!
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    Wendy Martinez wendymart - Oct 12, 2011
    I actually have this in the crockpot right now. I think to finish it off I'll transfer it to a pot on the stove & then add dumpling dough made from bisquick.
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    Kelsey "Rose" Jones RoseAngell - Oct 12, 2011
    Let me know how you like it!