Our Easy Mexican Cream Cheese Crock Pot Chicken is a delicious “dump” crockpot recipe that makes a creamy Mexican style chicken for a great taco filling!
This recipe is a best friend to any busy person! Seriously. You throw everything in the Crock-Pot
in the morning and when you come home you shred the chicken, add the cream cheese and serve it on tortillas or over rice.
Of course, that’s true of many slow cooker recipes. The best thing about this one, and what separates it from many others, is that everyone will LOVE it. No, you won’t see this recipe printed on the pages of Bon Appetit, but let me tell ya, this will be a huge hit with the fam! It’s a good old fashion family style home cooking. It’s perfect for your busy fall schedule!
You know the drill, soccer practice, ballet lesson, math tutor, band practice, back to school night. Yikes!
Mexican Cream Cheese Crock Pot Chicken
- 4 Chicken Breast Halves Boneless and Skinless
- 1 15 Ounce Can Black Beans, Drained
- 1 7 Ounce Can Ortega Chiles, Chopped
- 1 15.5 Ounces Can Diced Tomatoes, Undrained
- 1 8 Ounces Can Corn, Drained
- 1 6 Ounces Can Black Olives, Drained
- 1 Small Yellow Onion Chopped
- 1 Envelope Taco Seasoning
- 8 Ounces Cream Cheese Cubed
- Add all ingredients to crockpot EXCEPT cream cheese.
- Cook on high for 4-6 hours or low for 8 hours or until chicken is extremely tender.
- Remove chicken and shred. Add back to crock pot. Add cream cheese, cover and continue to cook on high for 30 minutes. Stir well and serve with tortillas or over rice.
Fans Also Made:
More Mexican Recipes…
- Carne Picada
- Easy Mexican Taco Chili
- Mexican Spaghetti
- Mexican Pollo Asado
- Drunken Mexican Beans with Cilantro and Bacon
It’s a family favorite at my house. Easy to throw together and soo tasty.
Yaaay! Thanks, Robin! I’m glad this is a hit in your house 🙂
I love how easy and delicious this recipe is. It’s a favorite at my house!
Thank you so much, Robin! Enjoy 🙂
What beans did you use in the pic for the recipe? The recipe calls for black beans but those are not black.
Hi Stacey. The photo has Pinto. I make this with each type!