Welcome to my personal recipe share page. All the recipes found here are all tried and true. Some have been shared by friends and some are old family recipes. Others I've found on cooking sites, web pages and in cook books. All have been tweaked to my families liking. Please note that I don't create my own recipes and I'm not taking credit for others recipes. I'm simply sharing what has worked for us and sharing our favorites. Since I know how much I enjoy new and exciting recipes, I thought I would share them with the world! I get tired of making the same dish time and time again. It's true that while something is worthy of being enjoyed frequently, the same rotation gets old fast. The recipes you will find here, for the most part, are simple to create with easy to come by ingredients. While there may be the recipe that requires a little more effort, I can assure you that it will be worth it. There will also be plenty of crock pot creations for you to choose from. I hope that you find something here that appeals to you and that you will share your favorites with me. Enjoy and Bon Appetite!

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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Crock Pot Chicken Cordon Bleu

(Thanks to Jessica for sending this recipe to me. It was great. The original recipe called for 2 cups of milk and 2 cans of cream of chicken. That was way too much, so I’ve edited the recipe. 1 cup of milk and 1 can of soup will be more than enough. The chicken just falls apart, so I shredded it and added it back into the broth. I served this with a vegetable and mashed potatoes. I ended up eating mine in a bowl and went back for the veggies. In the photo you can see how much liquid we ended up with. You can also see the ham pieces.)

1 cup of milk
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 bag of boneless, skinless chicken (or 4 lbs)
1 lb of ham, cubed
10 slices of Swiss cheese

Spray crock pot with cooking spray. Mix soup and milk. Add a little to the bottom on the crock pot. Place one layer of chicken in, top with ham and finally cheese. Pour more of the soup and milk mixture on top and repeat layers. Finish with soup/milk mixture. Cover and cook for 5 hours on high.

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