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Kids are so difficult to feed. They love to eat the junk, the stuff that is bad for them and the stuff that makes you look like a bad parent for feeding them. I do not have children yet, but I have helped raise my siblings (I am much older than them) and I know what it is like to cook a meal with all the love in the world, only to find out that your little picky eater will not even take a bite. It is disappointing and annoying to say the least.
Now, I am always looking for Crock Pot meals that are delicious, filling and really have great flavor that I can save for days when I have kids, am tired and they do not want to cooperate with eating adult food. I do not mean just giving them mac and cheese, but giving them something that I like and is easy, and they also enjoy. One of those meals is this crock pot mushroom chicken. Some kids may be opposed to mushrooms because of how they look, but since this is made with cream of mushroom, I promise you once they taste this, they will not put their forks down.
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