Freezer Recipe: Slow cooker Chicken Broccoli Alfredo over pasta

I have been having fun making all kinds of Freezer Meals lately and this is now one of my all time new favorites! It’s called Slowcook Chicken Broccoli Bacon Alfredo and it – is – so – good! Plus it is a slowcooker freezer meal which is really nice because I can just add it to my crockpot in the morning. :)

Slowcook Chicken Broccoli Alfredo

Ingredients:
1-2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts
2 jars of Alfredo sauce, 16 oz.
1 Frozen broccoli florets bag, 16 oz.
1 GreenPepper, diced
1/2 cup real bacon, either purchased real bits or fried n chopped

Directions:
Mix all ingredients in a gallon-sized freezer bag.  Thaw in fridge for 24 hours then dump into slowcooker. Cook on Low for 6-8 hours or on high 4-6 hours. Serve over pasta (with parmesan cheese if you like), with a salad/veggies and even with little biscuit bites if you like.

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Comments

  1. Looks good!!

  2. Hi! I was wondering when you put (3) in parenthesis does that mean how many meals you get out of the one recipe? For example, the slow cooker chicken alfredo, how many meals does that recipe make for a family of 4?

    Thanks,

    Tracey dillard

    • Hi Tracey, no that is how many of each recipe I make. So I would triple the amount of ingredients for slow cooker alfredo and dish them into 3 freezer bags.

  3. do you precook the chicken????

  4. I added cooked chicken so what would be the heating directions?

    • Basically you just need to cook it until the green peppers and broccoli are fully cooked since everything else is fine. I would say simmer in a pot for 30 minutes and it should be ready to eat.

  5. Hello, I was wondering if you had a good, freezable, homemade Alfredo recipe? I have one of my own for homemade fettuccine Alfredo, but it doesn’t reheat very well the next day, so I wouldn’t trust freezing it. I don’t really care for jarred Alfredo, so I thought I would ask. Thanks

  6. What kind of alfredo sauce did you use?

  7. I was very excited about this recipe, but it didn’t turn out. I thawed it the night before, cooked in the slow cooker on low. The alfredo separated and the whole thing was watery. Any ideas on how to fix?
    P.S. All the other 50 meals in one day recipes have been wonderful!

  8. I was curious about freezing the pasta. Do you put it in the crock pot uncooked, or cook it the night of eating?

  9. This was one of our favorite recipes out of the 50 Freezer Meal in a Day set! Thanks!

  10. Alfredo that does not separate is one of the hardest things to make. I love Alfredo but it does not like my kitchen.

  11. jennifer says:

    Disappointed. The Alfredo sauce separated and looks really gross.

    • Just a thought but if using alfredo from a jar, couldn’t you just leave it in the jar in your cupboard and then mix with other ingredients when you start up the crockpot?

  12. How would you make this meal if you don’t have a slow cooker?

    • Happy.MoneySaver says:

      If you don’t have a slowcooker you could do it two ways. One, I would throw it all in a glass 9 x 13 pan, wrap it in foil for 45 minutes or until the chicken is cooked. Add your noodles and your meal is done! Two, You could simmer all the ingredients in a pot for about 30 minutes until the chicken, green peppers and broccoli are fully cooked and then serve it over noodles.

  13. Used bertelli Alfredo in a jar, made 2 batches but only put in 2 jars of sauce into the marinade/crockpot. When it was cooked, I took out the meat etc and added cornstarch to thicken, then added the other 2 jars of sauce. Came out well.

  14. By the way, I received this as part of a freezer meal exchange and it was my favorite of 6. How many adults does this recipe feed? I’m going to make it myself at home.

    • Happy.MoneySaver says:

      I would say about 4 adults but you could make it stretch with more pasta. It usually feeds my family of six with no problems!

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