Crock Pot Chicken Cacciatore Recipe – 4 Point Total

Chicken Cacciatore

So before it starts to get too warm here in SoCal, I’ve got yet another yummy low calorie crock pot recipe to share! One of me readers submitted this recipe, and it looked SOOOOOO good, I gave it a try this weekend. YOWSA!! This Chicken Cacciatore Recipe is AMAZING!!! So deliciously flavorful, and incredibly easy to make. Plus, the entire recipe makes 4 servings, and when you divide the entire contents of your crock pot into four, each serving size is pretty darn big! And with each serving having just a 4 Point Total, this made me incredibly happy :). This Chicken Cacciatore Recipe also helps you get in a couple of those veggie servings too! It’s actually a very healthy dish. And though it’s not an official one of Weight Watchers Chicken Recipes, it’s a fabulous meal for anyone trying to eat healthier. Thanks Lorah for sending me this!! It’s an amazing crock pot recipe and I’m so glad I had the opportunity to share it with all of you!

Crock Pot Chicken Cacciatore Recipe

submitted by Lorah

Ingredients:
- 1 28oz. can tomatoes, finely chopped and un-drained
- 1 10oz. can Healthy Request Tomato Soup
- 1 1/2 tsp. Italian seasoning
- 1/2 tsp. dried minced garlic
- 1/2 cup sliced mushrooms, fresh or canned
- 1/2 cup chopped green bell pepper
- 1/2 cup chopped onion
- 16oz skinned and boned uncooked chicken breast cut into 4 pieces
- Non Fat Cooking spray

Directions:
In a crock pot container sprayed cooking spray, combine un-drained tomatoes, tomato soup, Italian seasoning and garlic. Stir in mushrooms, green pepper, onion and chicken pieces. Mix well to combine. Cover and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours. Evenly spoon sauce over chicken to serve.

Entire Recipe makes 4 servings
Each serving = 5 Points +

PER SERVING: 204 calories; 4 g fat; 25g protein; 17g carbohydrates; 2g fiber

photo credit: kitchen illiterate


Comments

  1. I added a can of Rotel and salt & pepper….it was very good.

  2. This was bland and flavorless. I won’t make this again. There are a lot of good things to try on this website, but this was not one.

  3. I’m just starting to cook and new to Weight Watchers. Can I double this recipe? If so, do I change anything?

  4. Do you use the condensed soup and if so do you add the one can of water?

  5. Can you use boneless chicken breasts?

  6. B Flynn says:

    Tomatoe soup is too sweet! Being married to an Italian, all ingrediants are fresh or done w/chopped tom, tom puree, tom sauce, italian seasonings (don't be afraid to use enough to get good flavor, fresh garlic/onion & it's wonderful every time!

  7. I did not like this one. Tasted like tomato soup speghetti sauce….

  8. Someone call the ambulance!! Melody must have died! Note to self, never go to her house for dinner…

  9. for the Chicken Cacciatore (crock-pot recipe) should it be a 28 once can of tomatoes instead of an 8 ounce can????

  10. robralston@yahoo.com says:

    You can also serve this on a bed of rice. White rice that is.

  11. As FYI, this is 5 points on the new program. Looking forwarding to trying this new recipe.

  12. I made this tonight and it was quite tasty. I omitted the mushrooms since I don't like them. I also used 2 green peppers since I like the flavor. Overall it was very good and I would definitely make it again.

  13. I am going to try this tonite. I like all the ingredients, I don't think it could be bad. Will post after.

  14. Sorry…I tried this and didn't like it at all.

  15. Any ideas on adapting this recipe with out using a can o' soup? I've sworn off recipes that have canned soup as an ingredient. Other than that, it sounds tasty!

    • Great question! Those canned soups can have a lot of sodium, so when you can avoid them, it's always a good idea. For this recipe, you can use 10 oz of fresh pureed roasted tomatoes instead. It's more time consuming and isn't quite the same taste, but it'll definitely be healthier. Good luck!

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