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|By :Chop Secrets|
|Browse Category||Kid-Friendly, Poultry, Seven Ingredients or Less|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook, Sauté|
|Main Ingredient||Bacon, Chicken Breast, Cream Cheese|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||15 minutes|
4 - 6 servings
*If your Instant Pot does not have a MANUAL function, use the Pressure Cook function.
I made this seems to be missinh something. I put it over pasta but im not sure.
Super easy to make! Will add more bacon next time. Served it over rice.
My whole family loved this. Great served with mashed potatoes!
Was very good. Served over egg noodles. Would use smaller/thinner breasts next time as one of the breasts didn’t cook through
This was good, but im really taken back by the name “crack chicken.”
My chicken was a little dry but tasted good overall 🙂
We modified it a little, no onions, didnt shred the chicken I just used stir fry chicken from the store and added pasta! Husband approved!! Will make again!!
A mazing!. I also added about two tbls of tomato paste before cooking the chicken. Served it over Rotini tosed with butter and garlic powder. Skipped the onions because I forgot to get them. Used applewood smoked thick cut bacon cooked in the oven. Maybe next time substitute chicken stock for the water. Used sharp cheddar cheese.
It was good. But i feel it needs more liquid to make it creamier. Mixed it with brown rice and corn.
Tjis is delicious! This is going in the weekly rotation for sure perfect for lunch or dinner!
My 2-year old (who never eats anything) ate an entire bowl! We will be making this again!!
Soooo good! I served with brown rice
Absolutely loved it! Made white rice to pour it over and it was a complete hit! Made it twice in one week. Printed it out for our go to quick meal.
First recipe I ever cooked in the Instant Pot. So delicious & easy. Definitely a recipe that will be put into regular rotation.
Its delicious! And so simple. This was the first meal i cooked in my instant pot, will definitely have again! I added a bit too much cheese (probably close to 2 cups….heavy hand LOL) but it thickened nicely.
I think it would have been good but too salty. I wonder if I used the wrong packet of ranch. I used Ranch Dips.
Super good! A little salty, and I think next time I make this I will add peas or noodles.
We really liked this recipe though I might use 3/4 packet ranch instead of the whole packet, kinda salty! Also, I would put over pasta, rice, or cut rather than shred as by itself its rather mushy
I can see why this is called Crack Chicken, it is that good. I served it over whole grain rice with quinoa. Will be making this again. Going to try adding hot sauce to make a buffalo chicken style sauce and serve it over pasta. Also, may try adding adding cajun seasoning to make cajun chicken over pasta.
Good! Mods: chicken broth instead of water and a lil more of the ranch powder. Served over roasted cauliflower for the win.
FANTASTIC!! As per another reviewers comment, I used chicken broth instead of water. I feel the 1 packet of ranch was plenty, and also used chicken tenders instead of breasts. Its definitely a 5 star recipe! I also think putting this on top of a baked potato would be phenomenal!
Very good! We sauteed some steamed broccoli in with it and it mixed together well! We will definetley make this one again!
Next time i would serve over rice or pasta.
It was so good & recipe is very easy to follow
Sooo good. I scooped it up with tostitos. Great as an appitizer too. Will try in a bed of rice next time.
So good! Served over mashed califower and green beans. Great meal
So good even my pickey eater ate it
Very good!! I served it over toasted hamburger buns.
It was ok
I mean, it’s okay. The name made me think it was going to be so good, it would be addictive. I put it over white rice and it was really just okay. Nothing spectacular, kid friendly though. In that respect, it was like the dish you’d make the kids because they wont eat the seabass the adults are eating. It was just a step or two above some jazzed up kraft mac and cheese. Wouldn’t make it again.
Very easy an good
Super easy and very yummy!!
Served with noodles. It was delicious.
Maybe it was the store brand ranch i used. This was gross. To heavy and no flavor. If i make it again im going to try cajun seasoning instead. Test the sauce for taste before i ruin my chicken
What I love is that I can eat it in a low carb diet:)
My son loved it! He’s a fairly picky eater, so it was nice to have a quick meal that he loved. For a more “grown up” twist I had it as a sandwich with leaf lettuce and tomato. Would be really good with buffalo sauce too. Very versatile!
I’ve made this twice now. The first time, it was unbearably salty. The second time I paid more attention to the ranch packet I was using. I wasn’t able to find a low sodium packet, but quickly learned that not all ranch seasoning packets are made equally. Today’s recipe I used with the Aldi brand ranch seasoning packet. It has 110 mg sodium. The last packet had 220mg! Literally double! I’d say tonight’s was better and couldve actually stood to have been a little more salty!
Didn’t come out salty at all, we used Hidden Valley as it had quite a bit less sodium than the others. We did add some Frank’s Red Hot Sauce (3-5 tablespoons). We ended up cooking another 6 minutes after the 15 minutes since the meat still wasn’t cooked all the way through. We served it over Idaho’s “Peppered Cheddar Bacon” mashed potatoes- Awsome!
put it on flour tortillas and it was awesome!!
It probably is better as a kid’s dinner than an adult’s. If I make it again, I will use thighs , not breasts. Maybe some white wine and more seasonings.
Only used half the pack of Ranch. Served with rice. Was good, would make again.