Slow Cooker Chicken Enchiladas

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  • Slow Cooker Chicken Enchiladas

Once again, my slow cooker has saved the day . . . my air conditioner decided to stop working last week and it was about 90 degrees INSIDE my house. My body was sweating in places that I didn't even know could sweat. :) Thankfully, it is now fixed and we are a lot more comfortable!
These chicken enchiladas are easy to throw together- the chicken and spices cook all day so that all you have to do is roll them up and pop them in the oven . . . easy-peasy!

Slow Cooker Chicken Enchiladas

Also seen on sixsistersstuff

Ingredients

1    taco seasoning mix ( packet )
1/2    teaspoon    garlic ( powder )
1/2    teaspoon    onion powder
4    ounces    green chiles
1    teaspoon    lime juice
1/4    cup    water
1    cup    sour cream
2    cups    cheddar cheese, shredded
8    ounces    enchilada sauce ( you can use red or green )
1/3    cup    green onion ( chopped )
1/4    cup    olives
6    chicken breast
12    tortilla
8    ounces    cream of chicken soup
1/2    teaspoon    chili powder
1/2    cup    onion ( chopped )

Directions

Spray slow cooker with non-stick cooking spray. Place chicken breasts inside slow cooker. Add taco seasoning, garlic powder, onion powder, chili powder, onion, green chilis, lime juice, and water on top of chicken. Cook on low for 6-8 hours or high for 3-4 hours.
Once it is finished baking, shred chicken with 2 forks (it should come apart really easy).
Mix together cream of chicken soup and sour cream.
Stir half of the soup mixture in with the shredded chicken. Spread the other half of the soup mixture on the bottom of a 9x13 pan (or two 9x9" pans).
Place a scoop of the chicken mixture on a tortilla. Sprinkle on a little bit of cheese and roll up. Place seam-side down in the pan.
Repeat with the rest of the tortillas.
Pour enchilada sauce over the top and cover with remaining cheese. Top with green onions and olives.
Bake at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes.

 

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38 Review(s)

  1. Posted by Jeanne at Reply

    Love mexican dishes and slow cooker makes it the best!

  1. Posted by Jan at Reply

    I love slow cooker recipes and really enjoy the list of complementary recipes you list as well. I have found lots of great recipes on your site.

  1. Posted by Christenpatrick at Reply

    I love slow cooker recipes! This looks like a tasty one my husband will love.

  1. Posted by Shelly at Reply

    This sounds so yummy!!

  1. Posted by Dara at Reply

    I am excited to try this! I love all the recipes I have ever tried from your blog, sooo yummy!!

  1. Posted by Deborah at Reply

    I think I will use my left over turkey, and make these today. The list of ingredience sounds perfect for a Texas girl.

  1. Posted by Rose at Reply

    Sounds great....can't wait to try this.

  1. Posted by Mary at Reply

    Looks easy and sounds delicious! I did notice that the Cream of Chicken soup was missing from the ingredient list but I can't wait to try some new, different and delicious recipes! Thanks Girls and Good Luck on your new adventure!

  1. Posted by Diane Palumbo at Reply

    great recipe and idea. I would cut the fat content a bit by using a low fat sour cream and cheese. Love the idea of the recipe blog and look forward to it.

  1. Posted by snopakd at Reply

    What a great idea. Looking forward to stopping in daily.

  1. Posted by red at Reply

    I have loved every recipe I have tried on six sisters stuff and im sure these will be great..

  1. Posted by Pat at Reply

    This sounds good. I looked on their website and there it said 4-6 chicken breasts. I am going to try! Also love the idea of making my own cookbook! This sight could be awsome!

  1. Posted by Alisha at Reply

    Ok, this looks yummy but the recipe doesn't say how much chicken, or to have cream of chicken soup.

    It looks yummy. Can't wait to try it out.

  1. Posted by Lina at Reply

    This recipe looks yummy! I found the nutrition info and love the calorie info. I love the "change serving size" and "add to menu" features. Awesome!

  1. Posted by Patty at Reply

    I reviewed the nutrition panel - was surprised at the low carb count. The recipe does not indicate what type of tortillas - corn or flour? I would use lo carb white or wheat. Sounds delicious !

  1. Posted by sisjean at Reply

    sounds good to me --will be making tomorrow--gotta get tortillas first--thanks for slow cooker goodies

  1. Posted by Sandy at Reply

    This looks easy and yummy!

  1. Posted by Frankie at Reply

    Missing ingredients in list does include the cream of chicken soup, but also chili powder and onions. Thanks. It sounds yummy!

  1. Posted by Candy Thayer at Reply

    The recipe looks really good. I just noticed that the soup is not included in the list of ingredients needed to make the enchiladas.

  1. Posted by Barbara at Reply

    These look yummy! Will be making them soon.

  1. Posted by Sheila McDoniel at Reply

    this sounds awesome! Adding this to the menu list for this week!

  1. Posted by Kourtnie at Reply

    Yum, can not wait to try this recipe! I love all your recipes so I know it will be good

  1. Posted by Heidi at Reply

    My husband LOVES chicken enchiladas, anything Mexican really! And I LOVE my slow cooker, so this recipe is the best of both worlds! Thank you for adding the nutrition facts, it's great to know that these aren't the 300 calorie ones I was making! I'm adding this one to my recipe box for sure! Thank you for sharing your talent and your food!

  1. Posted by mwclay at Reply

    enchiladas sound great and would be so easy to do in the slow cooker. Will definitely be making this.

  1. Posted by Heidi at Reply

    Sounds very good and easy to make. Definitely going to make it this week!

  1. Posted by Zoe Y at Reply

    Looks delish! I will be trying this one out!

  1. Posted by sherry cook at Reply

    My family loves this!!! We have it at least once a week!!!

  1. Posted by Sarah M. at Reply

    Looks so yummy. Cannot wait to try it!

  1. Posted by Alianna at Reply

    Looking forward to trying it out!

  1. Posted by Kristina at Reply

    I have enchiladas on my dinner list for this week and just found the recipe I want to try! now I just hope I get over thisdang cold soon so I can make them! Love your recipes!

  1. Posted by Marianne at Reply

    Looks absolutely awesome. Can!t wait!

  1. Posted by Debra whitehouse at Reply

    Yummy! Can't wait to try it!

  1. Posted by ELane at Reply

    Sounds yummy...on my to do list!

  1. Posted by Mary at Reply

    Sounds great!

  1. Posted by Marie at Reply

    Looks great! Love the website!

  1. Posted by Debra Cheuvront at Reply

    This sounds so good! Can't wait to try it!

  1. Posted by Christy Spurlock at Reply

    This looks so good. Simple and easy to make.

  1. Posted by kathy at Reply

    Can't wait to try it