Chicken and Artichoke Slow Cooker Lasagna

An easy show stopping crockpot recipe

 
 
 
This chicken and artichoke lasagna is one of my most requested recipes. It’s creamy filling and offers a great twist on traditional lasagna made in your crockpot. It’s perfect for the family or a special occasion. I’ve made it for holidays, book club, and committee meetings. It’s so easy to make and is what I consider to be more of a gourmet slow cooker meal.
Chicken and Artichoke Crockpot Lasagna is so easy and people will beg you for the recipe

I adapted this recipe from the Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade Slow Cooker Recipes cookbook. It’s no cook noodles make this super fast to layer and no precision is needed. It’s layers of gooey cheese, creamy alfredo sauce, spinach, artichokes, chicken and pesto sauce. The best part, of course, is that you can put it in and forget about it. Just add some garlic bread and a salad and dinner is easy.

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Comments

  1. Janine says:

    Curious if the noodles are pre-cooked how long cooking time will be adjusted.

    • No the noodles go in uncooked straight from the package, if you cook them first I would cut the cooking time down an hour

  2. Lisa says:

    Is there a way I can make this without a crockpot?

    • Yes you can follow the same directions and make it in a baking pan. Just bake at 350 degrees for about 45 to 60 minutes. Make sure to tent it with foil for the first 30 minutes so that your cheese on top does not burn

  3. donnie says:

    why frozen onions ??? do they have to be frozen ??

  4. ang says:

    D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S! This looks so amazing! Pinning :)

  5. Please give me a solution for (minus the pesto). Strong nut allergy. Cannot wait to try, as artichoke’s are a main veggie at our house, and who couldn’t love chicken? Thanks!

  6. You can make homemade pesto really easy and substitute walnuts and almonds. You may be able to find both premade at farmers markets!

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