|1 pound uncooked boneless, skinless FROZEN chicken breasts, cut up in small chunks*|
|1 lb package frozen mixed vegetables,*I substitute frozen carrots only, because I don't like the other veggies (corn & peas) in my soup but you can change up however you like!|
|1 small onion(s), chopped/diced|
1/2 cup fat free chicken broth
|24 oz Heinz Fat-Free Chicken Gravy, 2 jars (12 oz. each)|
|1 1/2 Cups dry mix Fiber One Pancakes|
|3/4 cup(s) fat-free chicken broth|
DirectionsPlace chicken, 1/2 cup chicken broth, veggies and gravy in crockpot.
Cook on LOW all day or (if using thawed breasts) on HIGH for 2 hours.
In separate bowl, mix pancake mix and chicken broth.
Spread mixture on top of chicken and cook for 30-40 minutes longer on LOW in crock pot
Note: This is NOT my original recipe. It was shared with me a while back by a friend, who got it from a friend, etc. I have NO clue where the original recipe came from but the points values were calculated by my friend using her WW Access to the recipe builder; however, brand names/products can change the points® values! I am sharing the recipe as one that I LOVE to create & my family loves to eat!
*I have also substituted leftover turkey after the holidays for a delicious Turkey Pot Pie Soup! YUMMY!
As with all "points®" please consider figuring out your OWN points® according to the ingredients you use.
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