Crock Pot Chicken Corn Chowder

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Tender chicken, potatoes, corn and more are all inside this delicious Slow Cooker Chicken Corn Chowder. It makes for one comforting meal on a cold fall night!

Chicken Corn ChowderI couldn’t wait any longer for the temps to fall to make this incredible Slow Cooker Chicken Corn Chowder! It’s one of those soups that screams comfort food on a cold fall or winter day. Chicken, potatoes, corn and more are packed inside this amazing chowder making it one amazing meal. 

I have been making this for over 10 years. I got the original recipe from an old co-worker at Rococo’s steakhouse where I worked many moons ago. 🙂 Ryan was his name and he cooked this soup all the time during the lunch rush. He went on to make a cookbook with all his amazing soup recipes. This one is by far my favorite. It is so simple yet so flavorful.

Crock Pot Chicken Corn ChowderI changed the original recipe a bit by cutting way down on the butter and cream. I also made it specifically for the slow cooker, so it could do the cooking for me while I go about my day. 😀

This recipe is a keeper, my friends. I hope you give it a try very soon. You won’t regret eating a bowl of this wonderful chowder! 

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Chicken Corn Chowder
 
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Serves: 10
Ingredients
  • ¼ cup butter
  • 5 lbs. Russet potatoes, peeled then cubed
  • 3 large chicken breasts, cut in 1-inch pieces
  • ½ Tablespoon black pepper
  • 4 cups chicken broth
  • 2 (10 oz.) bags frozen corn
  • 1½ Tablespoons cornstarch + 2 Tablespoons water
  • 1½ pints heavy whipping cream
  • 5 slices bacon, cooked then chopped
  • 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1 bunch green onions, sliced
Instructions
  1. Cube butter then place in the bottom of a large (I use a 7 quart) greased crock pot. Wash and peel potatoes, then cube. Place potatoes and chicken pieces over butter. Season with black pepper. Pour in chicken broth and corn.
  2. Cover with lid and cook on low heat for 6 hours OR on high heat 4 hours.
  3. After time is up mix together cornstarch and water to create a slurry. Pour into crock pot. Then pour in the heavy whipping cream. Gently stir to combine everything. Cover with lid again and cook another 20 minutes or until chowder has thickened. Serve warm in individual bowls and garnish with bacon, cheese and green onion. Enjoy!
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 10 Calories: 692 Fat: 42g Saturated fat: 25g Unsaturated fat: 14g Carbohydrates: 59g Sugar: 4g Sodium: 521mg Fiber: 5g Protein: 25g Cholesterol: 160mg

*Recipe updated 10/12/18*

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29 thoughts on “Crock Pot Chicken Corn Chowder

  1. Looks delicious! One question, why does the chicken have to be cooked first? High 4 hours/Low for 6 or 7 hours is long enough to cook chicken in my crockpot. Or would the chicken not cook the same since it would be in so much liquid?

    1. I’m just weird when it comes to raw chicken, that’s why I prefer cooked to go in with it. You can always add raw chicken in with it, it will cook just fine . 🙂

  2. This sounds relish! I can’t wait to make it, but five pounds of potatoes sounds like a lot. Is it suppose to be 5 potatoes?

  3. Very delicious, however the corn starch and water didn’t do a whole lot to thicken it up. I had to add about a cup of all purpose flour to help thicken it. I will definitely be making this again!

  4. I want to make this, but im only feeding 2 and would be fine with a little leftover. Would cutting the ingredients in half still do alright??

  5. This is amazing. We used perdue shortcuts honey chicken to save time and it worked great. Thank you so much for this recipe it is a keeper for sure.

  6. Would frozen cubed hash browns work instead of cubing 5 lbs of potatoes? Just trying to see what shortcuts I can make 🙂

  7. Delicious!!! I did add some cajun seasoning to spice it up a bit. My husband and son loved it. I will be making it again but think I will only make half. It filled my crockpot

  8. Poor time management on my part caused me to put this on top of the stove instead of in a crockpot. I followed the recipe except it took only two and a half hours cooking time. The soup is amazing! I’m taking it to a potluck this evening and I can’t wait to share it. Thank for this great recipe.

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