Easy Mexican Chicken


I seen this recipe on Pinterest and I am NOT a fan of beans or corn, but this was gooooood (& cheap). I served mine on rice and kind of made it like a dip with tortilla chips. Yummy! It cost under $10, and yes I had leftovers. Plenty! (for us anyway) I will break down the cost for you. I buy boneless chicken breasts or strips for $6 a bag for 2.5lbs at Sav A Lot. Can goods like corn and beans like I used in this are $0.49 a can or a little more. The tortilla chips are $1.49 a bag and rice is always cheap. Anytime something is on clearance I think can I use this? If so I stock up (depending on what it is) baked goods or veggies if I can’t use it immediately I don’t bother. My goal this month is to keep groceries around $300. We’ll see. Lol! Anyway here is the recipe.

Easy Mexican Chicken

1 lb of boneless chicken breast
1 can of corn
1 can of black beans
1 can of rotel (or cheap similar product)
1 8oz block of cream cheese
cooking spray

Spray crockpot. Drain all can goods. Put them in crockpot. Cut up cream cheese and put in crockpot too. Place chicken inside and cook on high 4-5 hours on high. Mix and done!


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