Lately, I’ve been trying to use the crock pot more. Because on Tuesday and Thursday, J-Man has not one but TWO basketball practices and I have about 30 minutes at home in between to get dinner made and served. So, I’m working on creating meals that can cook all day and are hot and ready and QUICK when we walk in the door. This week, we tried chicken cordon blue in the crock pot. All my guys love this dish but I wanted to make it a little more fun so that MillerBug would love it too! So, we created roll ups that are super fun and absolutely delicious! Here’s how you can make them too!
What You Will Need
3 Large Chicken Breasts sliced in half (to make them thin)
12 Thin Slices of Ham
6 Slices of Swiss Cheese
1 Can Cream of Chicken Soup
1/4 Cup of Whole Milk
Italian Seasoned Bread Crumbs
How to Make It
Start by flattening your slicked pieces of chicken. Either use a meat tenderizer or a rolling pin to prepare your chicken.
One each piece of chicken, place two slices of ham and your slice of swiss cheese. Then roll up your piece of chicken, keeping the ham and cheese inside and making a spiral shape. Secure your chicken with toothpicks to keep everything together.
Place all of your roll ups into the bottom of your crock pot.
Next, mix together your soup and milk and spoon it over the top of your roll ups.
Finally, sprinkle your bread crumbs on top of your soup mixture, adding as little or as much as you like.
Cook your roll ups on low for 5 to 6 hours or until the chicken is done. Remember, your breasts are cut in half so they won’t take as long as normal so keep an eye on them to keep them from drying out. When they are done, remove them from the crockpot and let them cool.
Gently remove your toothpicks and serve! Your family will be thrilled when they cut into the roll ups and find a spiral of yummy goodness!