Crock Pot Chicken Dumplings Recipe

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Last week I did some desserts so this week let’s do some favorite dinner recipes, and my favorite, southern or cold weather recipe is Chicken and Dumplings. I actually did my recipe in my Cuisinart Multi-Cooker and it was EASY, no hassle, no fuss. Here are your ingredients:

4-6 chicken breasts, cooked, diced and or shredded
Mixed vegetables (potatoes, corn, green beans, carrots, celery), you can also use a frozen bag of mixed vegetables.

Chicken broth (generally about 3-4 cups depending on how many people you are feeding)

Cream of Chicken soup, or you can use plain cream

Salt and pepper to flavor
1 bay leaf
2 1/2 c. Bisquick (or other baking mix)
2/3 c. milk

In a large pot, crock pot, or Cuisinart Multi-Cooker like mine, simmer chicken, broth, vegetables, until vegetables are tender maybe an hour or more depending on how much flaror you want your vegetables to absorb. Slowly add cream of chicken (or cream) and stir gently ever careful not to boil. Add bay leaf and let simmer for 20 minutes. While simmering mix the Bisquick and milk until a dough forms and slowly drop into soup mixture, cover and let cook for 10 minutes or until dough rises like bread and biscuits form. Remove from heat and ladel out into a bowl, serve with butter and pepper.

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