Slow Cooker Garlic Parmesan Chicken Pasta

Indulge in the comforting flavors of creamy garlic parmesan sauce, tender chicken, and perfectly cooked pasta with this delightful Slow Cooker Garlic Parmesan Chicken Pasta. This recipe is a true time-saver, allowing you to spend more quality moments with your loved ones while the slow cooker works its magic.

Creamy Flavors and Wholesome Ingredients

To start, you’ll gather your ingredients, including wholesome staples like chicken, cream cheese, and sweet onions. The combination of whole milk, heavy cream, and cream of chicken soup creates a luscious base, while the garlic parmesan wing sauce adds a delightful kick of flavor. Don’t forget the Colby jack cheese, which melts beautifully into the sauce, adding a creamy, cheesy goodness.

Let the Slow Cooker Work its Magic

Once everything is mixed together in the slow cooker, you’ll add in the quartered baby red potatoes, allowing them to soak up all the wonderful flavors as they cook. Nestle the boneless, skinless chicken breasts into the creamy sauce, ensuring each piece is fully coated for maximum flavor infusion.

Now it’s time to let the slow cooker do its work. Set it to either high for 4 hours or low for 6 hours, and let the tantalizing aromas fill your home. Meanwhile, you can take a moment to prepare the pasta separately on the stovetop. This step ensures that the noodles maintain their perfect texture without absorbing too much moisture from the slow cooker.

Shredded Chicken and Coated Noodles
As the cooking time nears its end, use two forks to shred the tender chicken, ensuring that every bite is filled with flavor. Add the cooked pasta to the slow cooker, allowing it to bathe in the creamy sauce and mingle with the shredded chicken. Give it a good stir until every noodle is coated in the rich, garlicky goodness.

A Sprinkle of Freshness: Chopped Parsley

To add a touch of freshness and visual appeal, sprinkle some freshly chopped parsley on top. The vibrant green hues contrast beautifully with the creamy pasta, making it even more enticing to devour. Now, gather your loved ones around the table, serve this comforting dish, and watch as smiles light up their faces.

Gathering Loved Ones and Creating Lasting Memories

With its easy preparation and mouthwatering flavors, this Slow Cooker Garlic Parmesan Chicken Pasta is sure to become a beloved family favorite. It’s a testament to the love and care put into every homemade meal, perfect for creating lasting memories and filling hearts with joy. Enjoy!

Garlic Parmesan Chicken Pasta Recipe

It’s so flavorful and satisfying, everyone will be licking their plates clean! It’s easy, cheesy, and packed with mouthwatering garlic flavor.

PREP TIME: 15 mins
COOK TIME: 6 hrs
TOTAL TIME: 6 hrs 15 mins
CALORIES: 835 kcal


12 oz bottle of garlic parmesan wing sauce look for wild buffalo wings brand, I find this at Walmart or Albertsons
16 oz box of rotini pasta will be cooking on the stove top
1 cup diced sweet onion finely diced
2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts
1 cup whole milk
1 lb baby red potatoes quartered
8 oz cream cheese cubed
10.5 oz cream of chicken soup
1 cup Colby jack cheese shredded
½ cup heavy cream
parsley for garnish


In a 6-8 quart crock pot, stir together milk, heavy cream, cream cheese, cream of chicken soup, garlic parmesan wing sauce, and Colby jack cheese.
Once mixed well, stir in sweet onion and quartered red potatoes.
Place chicken breasts into the crock pot in a single layer and use a spoon to scoop sauce over the chicken to completely coat it.
Set your crockpot on high and cook for 4 hours or low for 6 hours.
20 minutes before the end of cook time, boil your noodles according to box instructions in a separate pot (usually 10 minutes). Drain well and set aside. Do not rinse your noodles.
Using 2 forks, shred the chicken and mix thoroughly with the sauce.
Add your boiled noodles to the crock pot and stir very well until all noodles are coated in sauce and shredded chicken.
Top with chopped parsley and serve warm.
You can substitute the rotini pasta with any variation of noodles such as bowtie pasta, penne pasta, or cavatappi pasta.
Thinking of adding the noodles uncooked to the slow cooker? It’s best to boil your noodles outside of your crockpot towards the end of the cooking time. When added to the crockpot, the noodles tend to soak up the moisture that the rest of the dish needs to cook properly. This leaves you with dry chicken and burnt potatoes.

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