Crockpot Ranch Chicken

I absolutely LOVE crockpot meals.  In most cases, you just throw your ingredients in to the crockpot and wait for everything to cook up!  It’s easy, and it’s such a time saver!  It’s also great, because I can throw everything together early in the day when I’m less busy, and I can be at ease, knowing that dinner will be on the table, without me having to scramble around in the evening.

And most crockpot meals go a long way.  I can cook and have a couple of days of leftovers, or I can freeze the leftovers to use for another day.  Today I’m sharing a recipe for Crockpot Ranch Chicken!  I love anything flavored with ranch, and this particular recipe also uses my favorite vegetables: carrots and potatoes.  

Like a lot of recipes, this one is also very versatile.  You can switch up your protein.  (Boneless porkchops are delicious with ranch sauce!)  And you can also change up or add other vegetables.  Green beans, cauliflower, or broccoli would be great with this sauce!

Crockpot Ranch Chicken

Crockpot Ranch Chicken


4-6 skinless, boneless chicken breasts

6 Red potatoes, cut into a few pieces (you could also use Russet potatoes)

2-3 cups baby carrots

1 large (23 oz) can cream of chicken soup (or 2 regular sized cans)

2 (1 oz) packages of ranch dressing mix

3/4 cups milk


Spray a large crockpot with non-stick cooking spray. Places vegetables in the bottom of the pot, followed by the chicken.

In a medium bowl, mix cream of chicken soup and milk. Pour over chicken. Place lid on crockpot and cook on high for 3-5 hours or on low for 6-8 hours* or until chicken is cooked through and vegetables are done**.

*Cook times may vary by crockpot.

**The chicken and potatoes will be done before the carrots. If you like for your carrots to be soft, you may want to cook boil them on the stove for for about 20 minutes before placing in the crockpot.

This meal is definitely a favorite of mine, so I hope you will give it a try.  I’d also love to hear from you!  I’m currently on the lookout for some new crockpot recipes to try.  If you have something you’d like to pass on to me, please leave a comment with your recipe link, or share it on social media and tag me!

Speak Your Mind