this is one of my favorite recipes to use when we have fellowship lunch after church on sunday. since it only cooks for about 2 hours, i can prepare everything on saturday, throw it in the crockpot before we walk out the door on sunday, and cook it during church. it is a bit rich, but i have a feeling that may be because of the adjustments i've chosen to make. if you stick to the recipe precisely, it may not be so. (my adjustments will be listed in parentheses) Click here for printable version.
2 sticks butter, melted
2 cups cooked corn bread
1 cup bread crumbs (i use a box of stuffing mix and i use all of it)
1 cup chopped onion
1 cup chopped celery
salt and pepper to taste (i omit this as the stuffing mix has seasonings)
4 chicken breasts, cooked and de-boned (i usually use 2)
2 cans cream of chicken soup
combine all ingredients except for 1 can of cream of chicken soup. rub crock-pot bottom and sides with remaining can of cream of chicken soup. pour mixed ingredients into crockpot. cook on LOW for 2 hours (mine ususally cooks for about 3), do NOT lift lid while cooking. stir before serving.
ps - i forgot to take a picture, so i found a pretty one online to use. it is also from a crockpot chicken and dressing recipe, but i have not tried it...it certainly looks good though!