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The Creamy Sauce Really Takes This Meal To The Next Level
I always make this wonderful chicken alfredo when I feel like having something tasty, super fast, and easy to put together. We often have dinner parties with friends and take turns bringing side dishes, entrees and desserts. This makes the perfect meal for those occasions because it’s made in a slow cooker!
I work from home, but I still don’t have too much extra time to slave away in the kitchen for these special dinners. So the slow cooker comes in handy – and when the meal is done, I can carry the whole thing with me and serve it hot, straight from the crock pot.
This creamy chicken alfredo recipe is the best one I’ve ever tried – and trust me, there have been many! This reminds me of the dish my grandmother used to make – although she did not use a slow cooker back then… I guess many things are a lot easier these days, than they were all those years ago!
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Quick Tip: Adjust the seasonings to your taste.