Crock-Pot Chicken Stroganoff

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Before I tell you about this awesome dish, I have an update about my site!  It came to my attention (when I never received any comments on any post) that the comments were not working properly on my new and updated site!  Thankfully, my husband came to my rescue (again) and fixed the problem! I just wanted y’all to know in case you’d been trying unsuccessfully to leave comments, they are now up and running!

Ok so now on to this stroganoff…Some of you may be looking at this picture and not getting very excited.  To be fair, it does have a very plain, not colorful look to it.  Honestly, it just looks like pasta with a chicken-like mush mixture on top.  OK and maybe that’s actually what it is.

BUT! The picture fails to tell you a few things.  First, this dish (like most crock-pot dishes) is SO SIMPLE to make!  It only requires FOUR ingredients!  Second, this is a Weight Watchers recipe!  Only FOUR points per serving!  And lastly, IT IS SO DELICIOUS!  Oh my goodness I could not get enough of this stuff.  It was also really filling so even though I wanted more, I didn’t feel like I needed any more.  This totally does not taste like a diet meal.

Crock-Pot Chicken Stroganoff

Yields: 4 servings

Crock-Pot Chicken Stroganoff


  • 1 can Campbell’s 98% fat free cream of mushroom soup
  • 16 oz fat free sour cream
  • 1 envelope of Lipton onion soup mix
  • 1 lb of frozen boneless skinless chicken breast
  • 8 oz no yolk egg noodles, cooked


  1. Place chicken in crock-pot.
  2. Stir together mushroom soup, sour cream, and onion soup mix in a bowl and pour over chicken.
  3. Cook on low for 6 hours. (Mine only took about 4 because my crock-pot cooks things really fast)
  4. Shred the chicken and stir back into sauce.  Serve over pasta.


WW Points = 4 (does not include pasta)

Source:  Sisterhood of the Shrinking Jeans


17 thoughts on “Crock-Pot Chicken Stroganoff

  1. I bet this is delicious! I remember when it was really popular to make pot roast in the oven with a can of mushroom soup & a packet of dry onion soup mix – so I can imagine how good this must taste. I think I’ll add a few things to it, such as a bit of fresh parsley and some pimento – just for color. I also think I’d add some frozen peas just ’cause I love peas! “Pinning” this, as always!

  2. Hey,Linsay
    I think this dish looks great !!!! Not only does it look great it really can’t get any easier than four ingredients !!! I’ve been on the weight watchers diet 360 plan now for four months and have lost fourty pounds !! So I’m always looking for new recipes that I like and also my family will like too !!!
    Thanks, Susan

    • Hi Susan! Congrats on the weight loss! That’s so awesome! Some of the WW recipes, like this one, are so delicious that I eat can eat them and feel good about what I’m eating. So I eat them even though I’m not technically dieting. Good luck with your continued weight loss!

        • Hi Lisa. This is the old regular points system. I believe the serving size is about a 1/2 cup of the chicken mixture, but it does not include the pasta.

  3. I have made this without the Lipton soup and it is still delicious!! Just season the chicken well with what you like. I did salt and pepper. My family enjoyed it very much and they can be hard to convince sometime.

    • Thanks for the tip, Diane! That’s definitely helpful for people who don’t care for the onion soup mix.

  4. Hi! This sounds awesome except for the cream of mushroom soup (very picky eater, here!). What would you suggest in its place? Thanks! I can’t wait to try it!

    • If it’s the mushrooms you’re trying to avoid, I’d try a cream of chicken soup. It’ll still give the dish a similar consistency without any mushroom flavor.

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