I forgot to take a photo of the meal, so I’m just throwing a graphic of bowls up there and calling it good.
I found this recipe on Pinterest; I can’t recall from who. This is called Fiesta Chicken Crock Pot Meal.
Fiesta Chicken Crock Pot Meal
4 chicken breasts
1 packet Fiesta Ranch dip (by the salad dressings)
1 can black beans (drained and rinsed)
1 can Rotel
1 can corn (not drained, but I beg to differ)
1 block cream cheese
Cook on High in crock pot for 4 hours or 6 hours on low. Shred with a fork and eat over rice with tortillas.
Aside from the block of cream cheese, you just throw it all together. I laid my chicken breasts on the bottom and then added the other ingredients.
Okay, here’s where I’d do it different next time. I would drain the corn, because there seemed to be an excess of liquid.
This recipe does not elaborate about the block of cream cheese, so I just added it about 20 minutes before the meal was ready and spread it around on top.
You could go ahead and add the liquid on the corn and see how it goes. Next time I will either drain the can of corn or just add some of it and not all of it.
I ate two meals and then froze the remainder in sandwich bags for single meals. If I can’t get quite a few meals out of a recipe, then I’m probably not going to bother to cook it!