Chicken Dijon Crock Pot Style

Chicken Dijon Crock Pot Style-

Happy Monday sweet bloggy friends, a new week of possibilities ahead. I encourage you to try something new this week maybe my Chicken Dijon Crock Pot Style. I’m staying true to my desire to use my crock pot more often and I created this recipe over the weekend. In the interest of full disclosure I made it once tweeked it and made it again….. LOL. I do that a lot. Thank goodness my hubby enjoyed being my recipe guinea pig, giggle.

chicken dijon crock pot style


What You Need

2-3 Lbs. Chicken breast, about 2 full breasts (boneless, skinless)

2 1/2 Tbsp. Dijon style mustard

1 tsp White pepper

1 Tbsp. Lemon juice ( fresh is best)

1 Spring fresh rosemary ( or 1 tsp dry)

2 Tbsp. olive oil (divided)

2 Cloves garlic ( crushed)

1 ½ tsp. Lemon pepper

1/4 Cup parsley (chopped for garnish) optional

Crock pot ( slow cooker)

Meat thermometer



Non stick fry pan


3/4 Cup milk ( or cream)

3 tsp. Flour

Before You Start– Add 1 Tbsp olive oil to frying pan  add garlic and sauté over medium high heat, add chicken breasts. Brown breasts on both sides (about 5 minutes) do not cook through. Remove from heat and set aside

Lets Make It! In a bowl whisk together Dijon mustard, remaining olive oil, lemon juice, white pepper, 1/4 cup of water and lemon pepper. Pour chicken breasts and garlic from frying pan into the crock pot, arrange chicken using tongs so they are not stacked on top of each other. Pour Dijon mixture over the top of the chicken, toss in the rosemary. Cover and cook on high for 3-4 hours testing doneness with a meat thermometer (assuring center temperature reaches 165°). Remove chicken from crock pot and place on serving platter or plate.  Add milk and flour to chicken Dijon liquid remaining in the crock pot, whisk well and pour over the top of the chicken before serving.

Serves 4


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  1. ugojoloms says:

    I will definitely give this a try, I need to make something new for my family. Thanks for sharing Katie!

  2. I love chicken from the crock pot, so tender. This sounds wonderful. Happy Monday doll xx

  3. This looks delicious and totally pinning. Thanks Katie for starting the week off right! Hugs :)

  4. Hi Katherine, it looks very tasty will write this down and make use of it later. Thank you for sharing and have a great week ahead.

  5. Your food looks always so good and tasty! I really love it!♡♡♡ Love from Munich, Elisa

  6. Sounds simple enough! I bet I could manage. Copying now…

  7. Oh, I’m always in the market for a tried and true crock pot recipe! This will be making my menu one day this week! Thanks

  8. Oooh this sounds yummy!!

  9. Looks delicious!

  10. Yum! Another crock pot recipe to try. Do you just use lactose free milk? Since we can’t eat dairy, I think I’ll try it with cashew cream…Thanks and aloha, Lori Have a great week!

    • Lori my sweet friend, yes lactose free all of the way. I am happy to say that most of my recipes are very easy to convert. I think cashew cream is a wonderful choice, chicken and cashews, perfect xox

  11. Yummy! Looks creamy and delicious! Julia

  12. Sounds amazing! Will definitely try!

  13. Love your crock pot recipes!…this one looks fantastic…pinning!

  14. Anything that can be done in a crockpot is a recipe that I will cry.

  15. This looks wonderful Katherine, I am always looking for new crockpot recipes!

  16. Got is saved. I think I’m gonna try it in my electric pressure cooker and see how it comes out!

  17. This really sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing! =)
    Pinned to save!

  18. Made this for the first time two weeks ago and it was amazing. It immediately made it onto our ‘repeat recipe’ list. Making it again right now!


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