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!
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    27 Responses to “Slow Cooker Chicken Enchiladas”

    1. I made this last night and it was a hit!! I had some avocados that needed to be used so I mashed up 1 1/2 of them and mixed it in with the sour cream and soup. I also used a green enchilada sauce. I also used mozzarella cheese because it's what I had on hand. Super yum!!
    2. These were delicious! My husband is a big enchilada fan and he said they were the best he's ever had. I didn't have cream of chicken soup so I had to make some but I don't think that would have made a big difference. We had leftover meat and made quesadillas and that was really good too! Thanks for the recipe!
    3. Christina
      I am new to freezer cooking- I am wondering if I can crockpot cook then assemble as directed, but instead of baking, freeze the pans of assembled enchiladas for later? Or bake 1, freezer 1 if I make it into the (2) 9x9 pans? thank you
    4. this is my go-to recipe and one that my boyfriend loves! i substitute the sour cream for greek yogurt (with every recipe - just as good and MUCH better for you) and omit the olives. wheat wraps, white wraps, spinach wraps - it doesn't matter! i have frozen the extra ones and reheated them and, honestly, its just not great, so really these are good for fridge leftovers. That being said, i do freeze the extra chicken mixture and reuse that in fresh tortillas! tonight I'm changing it up and using cream of mushroom soup, bc i don't have any cream o' chicken. nomnomnom! i have used boneless and bone-in breasts - bone-in is usually on sale! with the bone-in split breasts i remove them from the bone before putting them in the pot - i don't like to eat broken down marrow, haha. can't wait to eat them soon!

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