Crockpot Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti Dish

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The easy spaghetti casserole recipe we are featuring is for Crock-Pot Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti. Spaghetti, how often to you make and serve spaghetti in your household each week? If you have children, you likely have pasta lovers in your home. What about chicken? Is chicken a part of your meal planning at least once a week? These are two foods that children of all ages like as a whole. Plus cheese, what kid doesn't love cheese? Adults alike will agree that cheese and pasta will be on their list of the best comfort food that they love to have when they are needing a little bit of a pick me up. Plus, when it comes to easy pasta meals, making them in the crock pot makes it even easier, right? Oh, the crock-pot! Right away, your eyebrows may have gone up. If it says crockpot, it means that it is an easy recipe. The crock-pot or slow cooker is one of the best appliances a mom can have in her kitchen as this simple device allows you to cook up pretty good size batches of food that often mean you have enough for not just one meal, but at least two. The other option with crock-pot meals is that you can make portion sized containers to freeze for those days that you need to make something quickly.

The crock pot was an invention that was made by a man who's mother told him of an old recipe she used to make when she was younger. The dish would be cooked in a special pot for a whole day before it was eaten. Not only was this convenient, it made the flavours of the recipe meld together in ways that cooking in the oven for only an odour or 45 minutes cannot. Slowly cooking food on a lower temperature allows all of the flavours of the food to caramelize and ruminate which gives each dish a nice, rich flavour that is so enticing. The other great thing about cooking with a crock pot is the time it saves you and the connivence that you can put all of the ingredients into the pot, turn it on and leave it to cook the food. This is perfect for busy families that want a nice home cooked meal when they get in from all of their outside activities like work, school and sports or dance. You can walk into the house and smell all of the amazing aromas of the food cooking and you will be able to dig in right away.

This recipe calls for three types of bell peppers and what I like about this type of recipe is that you can customize it to fit your families taste buds. For example, if your family will eat all the red bell peppers you put in meals, both raw and cooked, but, if there is a green pepper or yellow pepper, they go untouched. Their noses get turned up, and there is a pile of creatively stacked little pieces of pepper on the sides of the plates. But that's okay, just take these fabulous recipes and adapt them to the tastebuds you are aiming to please. The recipe you will discover shortly, makes the flavored chicken and cooks it for about 3-4 hours then cooked spaghetti is added along with the cheese in the last 20 minutes or so. So if you are looking for pasta dish recipes to add to your collection of dinner ideas, then this one should fit the bill for easy and delicious. Try out this easy spaghetti casserole the next time you want a simple comforting pasta dish that will please everyone in your family. Thank you to Lauren from Lauren's Latest for this awesome Crock-Pot Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti recipe that we can all enjoy making and eating at home.*

Nutrition Facts for: Crockpot Cheesy Chicken Spaghetti Dish From Lauren's Latest
Ingredients: Yellow onion, red bell pepper, green bell pepper, canned mild diced green chilies, cumin, garlic powder, salt, pepper, chicken breasts, canned cream of mushroom soup, spaghetti, cheddar cheese.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings. * Per serving: Calories 887, Calories from Fat 386,, Total Fat 42.9g 66%, Saturated Fat 21.5g 107%, Cholesterol 252mg 84%, Sodium 1467mg 61%, Potassium 651mg 19%, Carbohydrates 57.1g 19%, Dietary, Fiber 1.1g 4%, Sugars 3.9g, Protein 65.3g, Vitamin A 39%, Vitamin C 72%, Calcium 66%,Iron 33%

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