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Definitely going to be a regular in my house now!!! Soooooo easy!!
Both Hubby and 7 year old miss loved it.
Used Cream of Chicken soup due to mushroom allergies and swapped the corn and peas to 2 cups of frozen mixed vegies, might add more next time 😉
I just served it with some brown rice.
I used diced breast fillets, cream cheese and the whole 300ml bottle of cream. Only had ½ a packet of French onion soup (left over from something else.....?) but it was enough. Forgot to buy baby spinach leaves but hey.
Served with whole meal couscous and steamed veggies.
My 6 year old daughters had seconds, I had leftovers for lunch but poor hubby thought it was too creamy..... he is not a big fan of cream sauces. Oh well he will have to get used to this one as I will definitely be making again!!!
Made it with Carnation cooking cream as I always forget to buy fresh and just put both tubs in so = 600ml of cream.
Not big on hot stuff in my house so did with 1 teaspoon of garlic and 1 ½ teaspoons of pesto instead of chilli and cajun spices.
Flavours worked so well.
Definitely doing this one again and again!!!
Made this a few nights ago. Absolute winner!!!
I always have broken up roast chickens in the freezer as I work evenings at Woolies and buy them at the end of the night when they have been marked down.
I have made almost the same recipe before but just in a pot on the stove, what a flavour difference in the slow cooker!!!
Never making it in just a pot again!!!
I forgot to put the noodles in at the end but it didn't matter.
Hubby and daughter (5) LOVED it.
Hubby, 18year old and 5 year old all loved them!!!
And soooooo easy to make!!
Made this tonight!!! Definitely going to be a regular in my house!!
I reduced the sugar in the sauce to only ½ cup too but also because my hubby is a diabetic.
I don't have packet cake mixes in my house as I love baking and cook cakes from scratch. Used the classic Woman's Weekly Butter Cake mix instead but with wholemeal flour (better for diabetes) which worked just great!!
Butter Cake - Women’s Weekly
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup caster sugar
1 1/2 cups self raising flour
1/3 cup milk
Have butter at room temp; beat butter with vanilla until light & creamy, add sugar, beat until light and fluffy. Add eggs one at a time, beat well after each addition. Stir in half the sifted flour with half the milk, stir until combined. Add remaining flour and milk, stir in lightly then beat until mixture is smooth.