Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing

Y’all, Seriously… Chicken & Stuffing is everything. I started making this for my family when I first started Weight Watchers. I really, really wish I could take credit for this pot full of delish, but I can’t. However, It is my  own take on it!  I found the recipe while scrolling Pinterest for some ideas, as I hadn’t been in the Weight Watchers game in quite a while, and It was near Thanksgiving, so I was REALLY craving all things comfort. But not just any comfort- specifically Thanksgiving comfort! You know the drill- Mashed potatoes, turkey, stuffing… green bean casserole… all the good stuff! The recipe I found was a little dry and needed some pep, so I bedazzled it a bit into what it is today, and it is perfection! My sweet friends Lauren and Alyssa (who also happen to be sisters) also have a scrumptious looking recipe for this, and they just so happen to call it ‘Thanksgiving in a Crock Pot’, because they are geniuses. Why didn’t I think of that?! Anyhow, here’s their version on Instagram if you’d like to check it out. They share all their recipes via IG, and they definitely have A LOT of good ones on there! I just love them.

Now back to this. In all honesty, this is one of my favorite recipes. I don’t make it that much because I always feel like I’m cheating my healthier lifestyle somehow. It tastes THAT indulgent. I like to make a big ol’ batch of my Homestyle Cauli-Tater Mash and then plop a nice big scoop of this on top. Ohmylanta! Heaven on a plate, guys. Heaven on a plate.

Seriously, read my post. grab your keys. get in the car. refrain from getting a speeding ticket, but drive as fast as you legally can (I think 5 over is fine in most states), grab these ingredients, and get back to the kitchen!

There’s more to this recipe that makes it amazing than just the taste.

A) It’s one of the most simple recipes to throw together and put in the crockpot on a busy morning, so you’ll have some delicious dinner to come home to.

B) When you walk in the door, your house will smell like you’ve been making Thanksgiving Dinner… and if you’ve had a bad day, you’ll forget about it within moments, I promise!


Here’s what you do:


Chicken & Stuffng

Grab a mixing bowl and add 2 can of cream of chicken soup and one box stove top stuffing mix. (I didn’t say it was fancy, I said it was GOOD!)

Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing

Now chop up two ribs of celery and a small onion (or just add two tbs of dried minced onion) You don’t have to do this step, but I personally think it adds much more flavor! Side note: I’ve also diced up carrots and it was divine. I forgot the carrots at the store for this one though

Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing

Now grab your crockpot, lightly spray the sides and bottom with cooking spray, and add 2 lbs of chicken breast.

Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing

Now pour your chicken broth over the chicken

Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing

Now spread the stuffing mixture across the top and press it down into the broth and chicken so it gets a little moist.

Now turn the crockpot to low… sit back, relax, go to work, go apple picking, go do whatever your heart desires and come back in about 7- 8 hours to your wonderful smelling kitchen and enjoy!


Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing


Now truth be told, this not the prettiest of foods, but what it lacks in presentation it makes up more than enough in taste.

Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing

Y’all know I had to jazz it up a little bit for the photo with some fancy chopped parsley and a couple tablespoons of cheddar.. which by the way. Add some cheddar. It’ll taste even BETTER.


and it’s stacked on a delicious bed of Homestyle Cauli-Tater Mash!

Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing



Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing


  Lots of Love from my kitchen to yours…


5 from 6 votes

Crockpot Chicken & Stuffing

Thanksgiving in a crockpot. The end.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 8 hours
Servings 7
Author Star


  • 2 10.5 ounce cans 98% fat free cream of chicken soup
  • 1 box Stove Top Stuffing for chicken
  • 2 cups low sodium chicken broth
  • 2 lbs chicken breast , raw, trimmed
  • 2 ribs celery , chopped finely
  • 1/2 small yellow onion or 2 T dried minced onion


  1. In a medium mixing bowl add stuffing mix, cream of chicken soup, chopped celery, and onion. Mix together thoroughly. Grab a your crockpot, lightly spray with cooking spray, add your chicken. Pour chicken broth over the chicken and then spread the stuffing mix on top and press down so that it gets moistened with the chicken broth. Cook on low for 7-8 hours. When it's finished slow cooking. Take a couple forks and just shred the chicken and mix it all together. Serve & Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

Serving Size: 1 cup

5 Freestyle Smart Points (calculated with Weight Watchers Recipe Builder)

7 Smart Points (calculated with Weight Watchers Recipe Builder)

340 calories 7g fat. 2g saturated fat. 30g carbs. 1g fiber. 2g sugar 35g protein. (calculated with My Fitness Pal)


  1. How much chicken broth is used..1 or 2 cans?

  2. Is one serving both the chicken and stuffing to equal one cup? This looks so delicious and I need some new delicious things to add to my go tos. Starting weight watchers again after about 13 years (high school- yikes!) and four kids and I need yummy things to look forward, I’ve struck out in the recipe department lately. Looking forward to see what else you have cooking up!

    • Hi Amanda, Yep! When the chicken and stuffing is done cooking in the crockpot you basically mix it all together. the chicken will be so tender that you’ll barely have to run a fork through it. Some people separate it out and keep the chicken whole, but I feel like for WW purposes it’s easier to mix it all together and portion the points that way. Have you tried my B&G bake or my cheesy sausage hash brown bake? although I have heard some really terrific feedback for all of my recipes being family friends those two seem to have hit it out of the park in the family department. =) Best of luck! Let me know if you need any other help. -Star

  3. I can’t even begin to tell you how much we LOVED this recipe. So easy, delicious, filling and comforting – and for so little points damage! Thank you so much, I can’t wait to try others!!

    • Kerry, that makes me SO happy! I’m so happy you and your family enjoyed! It is definetely a serious family favorite around here. And I’ll never get over how easy and scrumptious it is while still being low calorie/points. I can’t wait for you to try others! I hope you enjoy those too. Best, Star

  4. Soooo good!! I have made a few chicken and stuffing recipes lately, one on the crockpot and one in the oven. This is the best chicken and stuffing recipe I’ve ever made, the chicken was so tender, the stuffing was not dry at all, just so good! I like how you add the chicken broth, what a difference that makes.

    • Katy, Thanks SO much! What a compliment knowing that there are so many out there! Chicken broth adds so much flavor especially when slow cooking it’s hard for me NOT to use it. I’m so happy you enjoyed!! Best, Star

  5. Mary Reilly

    Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe!! It was delicious! My husband and daughter loved it , and they are both picky eaters! We will be making this many times this winter! Keep up the good work, this Weight Watcher really appreciates it!!

  6. I made this last week and oh boy! This was so good. Instead of using boneless breast I used boneless, skinless chicken thighs and had enough for another meal and lunch for myself. LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe. Thank you for sharing.

  7. Oh my goodness! I made this for my family they absolutely loved it! Our two older boys cleared their plates! Thank you so much for all you amazing recipes!

  8. Cindy Baldwin

    This was wonderful!! Made this last night for 7 of us and everyone raved over it!! Thank you so much for all your great recipes!!

  9. This honestly smells like heaven. We LOVED it, especially over the mashed potatoes and cauliflower!

    • One of the best parts about this is the way it makes the house smells. I love having a lazy day, and smelling this cook all day long! I’m so happy you loved it with the tater cauli mash!

  10. Leah Manecke

    I loved this recipe! It was SO easy to throw together before work and absolutely delicious!

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  12. Linda Latham

    Hi Star,
    Can you please tell me what size box you used for the stuffing? Believe it or not, stuffing is one of my triggers, so between being on WW and my love of stuffing, I need to be as accurate as possible. Thank you!

  13. Just made this today and it is delicious. It is so easy to make. I put it on top of the Weight Watchers Skinny Pasta. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe.

  14. Oh my gosh, this is so good. Easy to make. The house smells amazing while it is cooking. I serve mine on top of riced cauliflower. Thank you so much for this delicious recipe.

  15. Hi Star, I am making this for the first time and it’s really soupy. Just to confirm, is it indeed 2 cans of cream of chicken? I did use Pepperidge farm stuffing cubes but I measured out 6 Oz and actually added a little extra since it was so wet. Do you leave the lid off at the end?

    • Hi Jess, It is two cans of soup. I have found that when using pepperidge farm stuffing mix it doesn’t seem to set as well in any recipes. Whenever I use store-bought stuffing mix- it’s usually stove top. It just seems to work best for me. If you make it again and want to use the pepperidge farm stuffing, I would add a little less chicken broth, maybe just 1 1/4 cups. I hope that helps!

  16. I made this last week and my family LOVED it! Thanks for sharing such delicious lightened up recipes with us!

    • You are very welcome, so glad to hear you and the family enjoyed! I need to make this again soon too. It’s been awhile!

  17. Shelly Boehler

    Hello. I “accidentally” cooked the chicken in advance. Any way to modify this recipe for that? Maybe cook for half the time? Thanks!

    • I would add the stuffing/liquids/veggies together for a few hours on low then add the shredded chicken separately near the end to basically “warm” I hope it works out!

  18. This was a hit in our home! It was the first time I used cauliflower as a potato and it worked under this! I think that I could even put it on top of green beans and it would be awesome! Thanks for an easy recipe that required little prep and had great flavor. I love crockpot recipes with points!

  19. Rhonda burlison

    How many servings is this recipe?

  20. Has anyone tried this in the instant pot?? Just curious the ratios and time.

  21. Making this today! Can’t wait for dinner!

  22. This was delicious! Great for points and so easy to make. Where can I find your other recipes?

  23. Someone referenced this dish on I made it the next day, and it was delicious! I used the ‘savory’ flavor of Stove Top, which is one of my favorite foods! Served mine over a pile of green beans!

  24. Is this good leftover?

  25. This was seriously SO delicious and easy to make! I love a Sunday when I can do other things and have dinner cooking inthe crock pot all day! Thank you!

  26. I just made it in the IP. I put the 2 cups of broth on the bottom, added the frozen breasts, and topped with the stuffing mixture. The only “change” I made to the recipe was I used frozen chicken breasts and cooked for 15 minutes in the IP. I had one breast the was XL so it needed a bit more time so after shredding it, I put it on high pressure for another 5 minutes. It was perfect!

  27. Can you use any flavor of stuffing? Will it change the amount of points?

    • It shouldn’t change the points, but i’m not 100% sure. I’ve used the “savory herb” stove top kind before and it didn’t.

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