Crockpot Chicken & Mushroom Gravy

Crockpot Chicken & Mushroom

Crockpot Chicken & Mushroom


  • 3-4 Chicken breasts (skinned and bones removed)
  • 1 can cream of mushroom soup.
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 packet Lipton Onion soup mix.


  1. Cube chicken or leave whole. (cubing will allow it to cook quicker)
  2. In a bowl, combine the mushroom soup, water and soup mix.
  3. Place chicken in the crockpot.
  4. Pour the soup mix over the chicken.
  5. Cook the chicken on low for 6-8 hours until the chicken is cooked completely.
  6. Serve with or on potatoes.


  1. Oh my gosh! LOVE the new look of your blog!!! What FUN! LOVE LOVE LOVE it!

  2. I printed the recipe can’t wait to try it out on the family. think I will serve it with brown rice. Thanks!

    You blog is so cute!

  3. Oh boy, this sounds delish! Sounds good for Superbowl! I’m a new follower all over the place, from the Diva blog hop! I am off to look through all of your other recipes!

  4. I’m trying this one tonight!
    “Hopping” around some blogs and wanted to stop and say hello :)
    ,From your newest fans over at We Got Kidz

  5. So how do you get the Circle button to show up on your blog?? And do you have a blogger blog still with GFC or only the Google+ page. I’m so confused with all the changes!! BTW, I so want chicken and mushrooms for dinner tonight so glad I stumbled over here :) Stopping in to follow you from today’s hop – hope you visit soon and return the favor :)

    • The circles are images that are linked to google plus, twitter, etc. I no longer use GFC as my blog is no longer on blogger and March 1st it will no longe work for blogs not on Blogger.

  6. Thanks for the recipe!

    Coming by from Finding New Friends blog hop and following via email.

  7. Hello, I am following you via FNFWBHop. Already following your blog.
    Have a blessed weekend!

  8. This looks simple and actually doable. So many times I find a recipe and I am like, well it looks good but the ingredients equal about an hour of grocery shopping!

    • I only like recipes with about 5-6 ingredients unless it’s something I’ve made before. I’m not into finding odd ingredients from several different stores. It has to be from a ‘regular’ store if I need to make it.

  9. This looks amazing and am sure it must be delish too! Another one for my recipe book, thanks so much. I love how easy this is. As always am lovin your blog!

  10. momto8blog says:

    yum…the best part is it is so easy to make!!

  11. Hi!! visiting from the blog hop again :) That ckicken looks good!

  12. That dish looks very restaurant-like! And it doesn’t sound too complicated. That’s my kind of recipe.

    Thanks for dropping by Momfever!

  13. Thanks for visiting my blog! I love this simple recipe – I used to make it in college with my girlfriends when we were on a budget studying abroad :) It brings back good memories.

  14. that looks yummy! Hopping by to return your follow. I am now following you on Networked Blogs. Look forward to reading your posts and I am trying this recipe for sure!

  15. thanks for sharing. following you on exposure 99% bloghop. following on networked blogs.

  16. Great blog!! Happily following via Welcome Wednesday. I hope you will follow me, too! Many blessings to you!

  17. Jessica @FoundtheMarbles says:

    I bought a crock pot a year ago. It’s probably time to take it out of the box!

  18. Bettina028 says:

    Wow! Thank you for sharing the recipe… Hope the gravy will fit for my burger steak… Thank you for sharing the recipe!

  19. This sounds sooo divine. I LOVE crockpot recipes because I’m just TOO busy to spend too much time cooking lately!

    I’m a new follwer on facebook:)

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  21. I’m always looking for new crockpot recipes, thak you! Following from the Winky Linky hop :)
    Have a good weekend,

  22. This sounds delicious.

  23. Peggy Greco says:

    I love this chicken recipe, if only I had a crockpot!

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