Another great dish that is quick and easy to make – lovely to walk in to the smell of this cooking after a busy day!  It is free on No Count or 2 points if tracking (you would also need to weigh and track any potatoes).

   

Ingredients (serves 4):

  • 4 chicken breasts, cut into chunks
  • 4 flat tbsp oatbran
  • a tsp mixed herbs
  • a pack of small button mushrooms
  • 8 bacon medallions, cut into pieces
  • 8 shallots
  • 600ml chicken stock
  • 1 tbsp white wine vinegar
  • 50g frozen peas

 

Method:

  1. Put the oatbran in a bowl, add the mixed herbs and season.
  2. Add the chicken pieces to the oatbran mixture and mix, coating the pieces with the oatbran.
  3. Put these chicken pieces into the slow cooker with the mushrooms, shallots, chicken stock, white wine vinegar, bacon medallions and season.
  4. Cook on Low for four hours. Add the peas for the last 15 minutes.

 

Served here with new potatoes, carrots and peas.  The Yorkshire pudding is 2 points.

9 thoughts on “No Count Slow-cooked Chicken and Bacon”

  1. Have you ever made this and frozen it and/or reheated it the next day in the microwave? I love the sound of it but can’t eat 2 portions in one go!

    1. Hi Ann, I haven’t tried freezing this but I have reheated it in the microwave the next day and it was just as good:-) Helen xxxxx

    1. Hi Glennis, I’m so pleased you enjoyed this recipe! Thank you for letting me know – I bet it was great with cauli rice too, Helen xxx

  2. Omg! Had this tonight and was fantastic. Left all day in slow cooker on low and made a lovely thick gravy. New family favourite 😍😍

    1. Thank you for your comment Helen, it’s great to hear that you all enjoyed this meal. I hope you have a fab rest of the week, Helen xxx

  3. Hi Helen I made the slow cooked chicken & bacon tonight really tasty !!! had it with your Yorkshire pudding recipe from yesterday & veg I’ve also baked the banana loaf but will try that tomorrow love the blog and recipes x

    1. Hi! It’s great to hear that you’re enjoying the recipes and the blog – thank you! The banana loaf is really tasty – especially warm with a bit of choc shot or custard, I hope you enjoy that too! Helen xxx

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