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Crockpot Chicken Cordon Bleu Recipe

I am a huge lover of Chicken Cordon Bleu but the traditional way to make it is time consuming. I discovered this recipe years ago and made some slight changes to it until I got it just right. I love it and the kids will lick their plates clean! The flavors of this dish are spectacular!

Crockpot Chicken Cordon Bleu


  • 4 frozen chicken breasts
  • 1 can cream of chicken soup
  • 1 cup milk
  • 4 oz diced ham
  • 1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
  • 1 box cornbread stuffing
  • 1/4 cup butter, melted

1. Mix soup and milk together and spread just enough to cover in bottom of crockpot.
2. Place frozen chicken on top.
3. Add diced ham and shredded cheese on top of chicken.
4. Pour remaining soup mixture over top.
5. Sprinkle stuffing on top.
6. Drizzle with melted butter & cook on low for 6 hours.

All the flavor of traditional chicken cordon bleu without all the hassle! I love that! I always shred the chicken and mix it all up together but you can leave the chicken breasts whole if you prefer. Oh and I’ve had a few questions about the liners in my crockpot. I do always use liners. I abhor cleaning the crockpot after dinner. I buy them in the aisle with the tinfoil and plastic wrap. They will change your life!

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  • That looks great, and you gotta love no clean up. 🙂 -Jamie

  • I love your recipes! They always seem to include ingredients I have either have on hand or don’t mind buying and are things all three of us will eat.

  • So that’s what those plasticky thingys were! I am going out today and looking for some. Do you buy them at WalMart?

  • I always worry about cooking in plastic. No telling what toxins might be lurking in it and leaching into my food. A short soak usually cleans a crockpot right up.

  • I think I need to try this one, sounds yummy and easy. I normally use the liners too and if I don’t and the hubs washes the dishes he wants to know why i didn’t use a liner (as he scrubs the crockpot). Oh yum I wish I had put this in my crockpot this morning (or that I wasn’t a work so I could put it in there now) TGIF