Usually on Sundays I try to put something into the crockpot for dinner before I leave for church. We are always so starving by the time we get home, which usually isn't until about 2 PM! If I haven't been really organized and used the crockpot, we end up eating things we shouldn't because lets face it . . . by that time we don't care what goes into our mouths. We just want to fill that gap! Not to self . . . perhaps carry an apple in your church bag . . .
Sister Johansen who is another Senior Missionary here in the UK, said she really wanted to make this Crockpot Chicken and Stuffing recipe that she found on Pinterest, but wasn't sure if she actually could because they don't do boxed stuffing mix here. Well . . . they do, but it's not like any stuffing mix we are used to in North America. Over here in the UK, it is like cracker crumbs . . . I think it's called crumbled rusk. Anyways, like Sister Johansen, I didn't think it would work in this recipe.
And so I promised Sister Johansen that I would find a way to make it work. And guess what??? I did! I created my own stuffing mix. (You will find the recipe below.) And you know . . . it has to be better than anything storebought with artificial ingredients and additives. Well, that's my theory anyways!
It worked really well! Really, REALLY well. This was delicious and so simple to put together. All I had to do was add some potatoes and vegetables. Boiled baby potatoes and some steamed veg were just the trick. The leftovers the next day were even tastier.
*Crock Pot Chicken and Stuffing*Serves 6 to 8
*Herbed Stuffing Mix*Makes about 12 cups