Slow Cooker Garlic Chicken Farfalle
This Slow Cooker Garlic Chicken Farfalle is one of my family’s all-time favorite meals. I haven’t made it in years because my husband was deployed and then he was Paleo but now that bulk season is in full effect, this is back in the rotation.
I actually blogged about it years ago but the picture is pretty awful and I feel like it didn’t come across as tasty as it really is.
It’s really simple – the chicken is cooked in the slow cooker all day and then it’s shredded and tossed with bacon, heavy cream, garlic, and Parmesan cheese. I know you’re going to look at it and go “Whooooaaaa! A cup of heavy cream?!” but I have cut this recipe down so much. The original – which I got from a lady on a pregnancy board almost 8 years ago! I’ve been making it that long! – called for a whole stick of butter and an entire pound of bacon. And I won’t lie, doing it that way is pretty amazing. But I managed to cut it down to what you see below and my family didn’t notice a difference.
Make it! I promise you won’t be disappointed.