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I don’t know who in the world gave this soup its name, but it’s kooky and strangely accurate and I’m here for it. This soup is seriously so delicious and so addicting. Once you try it you’re going to want to make it all the time. Try this amazing Slow Cooker Crack Chicken Soup!
Ingredients for Crack Chicken Soup
I love love love this soup because it’s filled with all of my favorite yumminess like heavy cream, cheddar cheese, and bacon, but it also has spinach and green onions so there is a burst of freshness too. You probably already have most of these things at home in your pantry or in your freezer, so make it for dinner this week!
- chicken breast
- dried chives
- salt and pepper
- garlic powder
- onion powder
- dried dill
- chicken broth
- cream cheese
- shredded cheddar cheese
- thinly sliced fresh spinach
- sliced green onions
- heavy cream (totally optional- but adds a delicious rich flavor)
How to Make Slow Cooker Crack Chicken Soup
This recipe is so ridiculously easy and the payoff is waaaaaay worth the (minimal) effort. First, you’ll add the chicken, all the seasonings, chicken broth, and the cream cheese to your slow cooker. Cook that on low for about 6 hours, or until the chicken is done.
Next, fry up your bacon until it is crispy, and crumble it into little pieces. Go back to your soup and shred your chicken. I love to use a hand mixer to quickly and easily shred your chicken. Using a hand mixer is also great because it will break up any cream cheese chunks if there are still some left.
After you have all your chicken shredded, stir in the heavy cream, bacon, green, onions, and cheese, and heat for another 10 minutes on high. Serve up and top with more cheese and bacon, if you’d like. Taste it and you’ll understand why it’s called Crack Chicken Soup!
Slow Cooker Soup Recipes
You all know I am a huge fan of slow cooker soups. They’re just easy and so delicious and take minimal effort. If you’re itching to make more stews in your favorite kitchen appliance, try these slow cooker soup recipes.