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Chicken Dump Recipes

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The dump recipes system allows you to make 10 meals in just one hour, rescuing your dinnertime and saving you time and money.

Chicken Dump Recipes includes 5 plans, each with printable shopping lists and printable labels. Most of the 25 recipes included can go from the freezer to the crock pot, saving you even more time. All the recipes include gluten free instructions.

Start loving supper again!

The book is divided into 5 plans, each designed to make either 5 or 10 meals at a time. Some of the plans are designed so that they have more prep time but include a more balanced meal while other plans are designed for speed. Each plan comes with printable grocery lists and labels.

Plan One

  • Chicken Hurry
  • Caribbean Chicken
  • Lemon and Garlic Chicken
  • Sticky Chicken
  • Cantonese Chicken

Plan Two

  • Teriyaki Chicken
  • Lemon Mustard Chicken
  • French Canadian Chicken
  • Pepper Lime Chicken
  • Cindy’s Chicken

Plan Three

  • Chicken Taco Soup
  • Garlic Chicken
  • Red Pepper Chicken
  • Better Than It Sounds Prune and Olive Chicken
  • Chicken Cacciatore

Plan Four

  • Salsa Chicken
  • Greek Chicken
  • Jamaican Jerk Chicken
  • Shredded BBQ Chicken
  • Easiest Chicken

Plan Five

  • Chicken Curry
  • Asian Chicken
  • Orange Chicken
  • Thai Coconut Chicken
  • Tex Mex Chicken

Chicken Dump

As a busy homeschooling, work-at-home mom, Sharla’s Chicken Dump Recipes book is music to my ears. Not only does it satisfy my need to be frugal, but it also gives me a practical approach to simplifying meal time. Our family loves chicken so the recipes in this book and included shopping lists make this a no-brainer for me. I can’t wait until this weekend as I am going to be getting my chicken dump on!

Carlie Kercheval of Todays Frugal Mom

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Oh my! This is the perfect cookbook for busy moms! There are no excuses not to have a hot meal on the table every evening. Thanks for making eating at home as a family so easy and versatile.

Jill Craft of The Sassy Slow Cooker

Of course, be sure to also check out the recipes in our Beef Dump Recipes book.

Or you can access the recipes in both the Chicken Dump Recipes book AND the Beef Dump Recipes book together for a savings of $3!

Chicken Dump Recipes

(This post may contain affiliate links. For more information, see my disclosure policy.)

The dump recipes system allows you to make 10 meals in just one hour, rescuing your dinnertime and saving you time and money.

Chicken Dump Recipes includes 5 plans, each with printable shopping lists and printable labels. Most of the 25 recipes included can go from the freezer to the crock pot, saving you even more time. All the recipes include gluten free instructions.

Start loving supper again!

Chicken Dump Recipes

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Also available on Kindle and in paperback.

The book is divided into 5 plans, each designed to make either 5 or 10 meals at a time. Some of the plans are designed so that they have more prep time but include a more balanced meal while other plans are designed for speed. Each plan comes with printable grocery lists and labels.

Plan One

  • Chicken Hurry
  • Caribbean Chicken
  • Lemon and Garlic Chicken
  • Sticky Chicken
  • Cantonese Chicken

Plan Two

  • Teriyaki Chicken
  • Lemon Mustard Chicken
  • French Canadian Chicken
  • Pepper Lime Chicken
  • Cindy’s Chicken

Plan Three

  • Chicken Taco Soup
  • Garlic Chicken
  • Red Pepper Chicken
  • Better Than It Sounds Prune and Olive Chicken
  • Chicken Cacciatore

Plan Four

  • Salsa Chicken
  • Greek Chicken
  • Jamaican Jerk Chicken
  • Shredded BBQ Chicken
  • Easiest Chicken

Plan Five

  • Chicken Curry
  • Asian Chicken
  • Orange Chicken
  • Thai Coconut Chicken
  • Tex Mex Chicken

Chicken Dump

As a busy homeschooling, work-at-home mom, Sharla’s Chicken Dump Recipes book is music to my ears. Not only does it satisfy my need to be frugal, but it also gives me a practical approach to simplifying meal time. Our family loves chicken so the recipes in this book and included shopping lists make this a no-brainer for me. I can’t wait until this weekend as I am going to be getting my chicken dump on!

Carlie Kercheval of Todays Frugal Mom

Chicken Dump Recipes ad

Oh my! This is the perfect cookbook for busy moms! There are no excuses not to have a hot meal on the table every evening. Thanks for making eating at home as a family so easy and versatile.

Jill Craft of The Sassy Slow Cooker

Of course, be sure to also check out the recipes in our Beef Dump Recipes book.

Or you can access the recipes in both the Chicken Dump Recipes book AND the Beef Dump Recipes book together for a savings of $3!

Chicken and Beef Dump Recipes Bundle
Buy Now$15

Also available on Kindle and in paperback.

5 More Chicken Dump Recipes

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Making freezer meals is always a productive use of my time, but it’s when I make chicken dump recipes that I feel the most accomplished because I am able to make so many meals in such a short period of time. I call them dump recipes because I dump all the ingredients into the bags, seal them up, freeze them, and then on the day I want to cook them, I take them out, thaw them, and then dump them into a baking dish or crock pot. They couldn’t be simpler.

These time-saving recipes are just a sample of the ones found in my ebook, Chicken Dump Recipes.

More Chicken Dump Recipes - 10 more meals in an hour!

The last time I found myself with some spare time on my hands (with 7 kids, believe me, I rarely have extra time!), I decided to assemble twenty chicken dump meals. I put together 10 in the morning and 10 in the afternoon by doubling five recipes each time. In my morning session, I made Chicken Hurry, Caribbean Chicken, Lemon and Garlic Chicken, Sticky Chicken, and Cantonese Chicken.

5 Chicken Dump Recipes Later that afternoon, I got ready to make the next ten meals by getting everything that I needed out. The key to successful chicken dump meals is having all your ingredients out before you start assembling. This saves time and frustration!

You can also purchase Chicken Dump Recipes which includes 25 recipes, printable grocery lists and printable labels. Before I get into the recipes and instructions, I thought I would address a concern that came up when I published the first set of chicken dump recipes. Because of the popularity of the recipes (more than 2 million people read that article in its first month!), there was a lot of discussion about them on social media and the biggest issue seemed to be with some of the recipes having sugar in them. When you read the recipes below, you will find that this second set also has some recipes that have ingredients that have sugar. I can’t help but laugh when I think of how people will react to one of these recipes calling for maple syrup! Here is my response to all the concern about the sugar included in some of the recipes:

It’s true that if you are on a sugar-free diet, these may not be the recipes for you. I want to make a difference for busy families, busy moms, busy women. I want to see people eating as a family around the kitchen table instead of eating on the run or eating fast food in a vehicle. When paired with a salad or vegetables as a side dish, these recipes (even the ones that contain sugar) are going to be healthier than eating fast food. The moms who are cooking frozen pizzas or chicken nuggets and fries because it’s all that they have time for are the ones I am reaching out to with these recipes. By taking an hour on a Sunday afternoon or in an evening after the kids have gone to bed to prepare these meals, you can have healthier (note that I did not say the healthiest!) meals that your whole family can enjoy. The bulk of the work will be done already so that you can relax at the end of the day and actually have time to talk while you eat dinner together.

And since I’m still a recovering people-pleaser, I am working on trying out healthier dump-style recipes. I will be publishing ground beef dump recipes and healthier dump recipes in the coming months so watch for those! More Chicken Dump Recipes

Steps to making Chicken Dump Meals:

  1. Get out all ingredients.
  2. Label resealable freezer bags (you can use a permanent marker or print labels to stick on) with the name and cooking instructions.
  3.  Prop the bottom of the bags and fold over the top so that they will stay open.
  4. Add chicken into each bag. You can use boneless, skinless thighs or breasts.
  5. Once the chicken is in all of the bags, dump the ingredients for the recipe into the bag.
  6. When all the ingredients are in each bag, remove the excess air, seal the bags, lay flat, and freeze.

Teriyaki Chicken

3-5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts or 8-10 boneless, skinless chicken thighs
1/3 cup honey, melted
3 tbsp. soya sauce**
1 tsp. fresh ginger, grated
1-2 garlic cloves, minced

Cooking instructions:

Thaw. Bake at 350° for an hour or in the crock pot on low for 4-6 hours. **if you are making these gluten free, be sure to use gluten free soya sauce.

Lemon Mustard Chicken

3-5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts or 8-10 boneless, skinless chicken thighs
1 Tbsp. olive oil
1 Tbsp. dijon mustard
1 Tbsp. lemon juice
2 tsp. lemon pepper
1 tsp. Italian seasoning
1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper

Cooking instructions:

Thaw. Bake at 350° for an hour, covered, uncover last ten minutes or in the crock pot on low for 4-6 hours.

 

French Canadian Chicken

3-5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts or 8-10 boneless, skinless chicken thighs 1/2 cup maple syrup 3 Tbsp. cider vinegar 3 garlic cloves, minced 3 Tbsp. soya sauce** 3 tsp. fresh grated ginger 1 tsp. pepper Cooking instructions: Thaw. Bake in the crock pot on low for 4-6 hours or bake at 350° for an hour, covered, uncovering for the last 15 minutes. **if you are making these gluten free, be sure to use gluten free soya sauce.

Pepper Lime Chicken

3-5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts or 8-10 boneless, skinless chicken thighs 3 garlic cloves, minced 1/4 cup lime juice 1 tsp. lime zest 1 tsp. thyme 1/2 tsp. pepper 1/4 tsp. salt 2 tsp. olive oil Cooking instructions: Thaw. Bake at 350° for an hour, covered or in the crock pot on low for 4-6 hours.

Cindy’s Chicken

3-5 boneless, skinless chicken breasts or 8-10 boneless, skinless chicken thighs one bottle of Russian salad dressing (don’t use Creamy Russian dressing. If you can’t find this, you can substitute with Catalina dressing) 1 1/4 cups Apricot jam 3 Tbsp. dry onion soup mix* *I use an MSG-free, gluten-free dry onion soup mix. Cooking instructions: Thaw. Bake at 350° for an hour, covered or in the crock pot on low for 4-6 hours.

Notes:

  • Each recipe listed is to make one bag. To make 2 bags, you will need to double both the chicken and the other ingredients.
  • The recipes work best with 3-5 chicken breasts or 8-10 thighs per bag. If you are adding a lot more or a lot less chicken, you may need to adjust the recipes accordingly.
  • If you plan the meals so that they have some common ingredients, it saves even more money.
  • All these recipes can be made gluten free by following the notes indicated.
  • I heard from a reader who suggested using slow cooker liners. I had never heard of such a thing, but it sounds like a way to save even more time because it eliminates the cleanup of the crock pot.
  • Don’t forget to check out the first 5 Chicken Dump Recipes!

Buy my Chicken Dump Recipes book which includes 25 recipes divided into 5 plans. Each plan comes with printable grocery lists and printable labels. Read the list of included recipes.

You can also purchase both the Beef Dump Recipes and Chicken Dump Recipes together for more meal options and savings!

Chicken and Beef Dump Recipes Bundle
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5 Chicken Dump Recipes

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Usually when I make freezer meals, I make a variety of different things including casseroles and various meat and seafood dishes. It’s great to do it that way when I have a lot of time and have prepared. But when I just want to throw some meals together quickly and don’t want to spend hours planning and shopping for ingredients, I make chicken dump recipes. Most of them can be cooked in the crock pot, saving even more time!

These time-saving recipes are just a sample of the ones I have in my ebook, Chicken Dump Recipes.

Chicken Dump Recipes - 10 meals in one hour!

Chicken dump recipes are fast to make and often, they include ingredients that I already have in the house. They are perfect to make if I happen to have some spare time come up. These recipes are perfect for freezing and make a wonderful gift for someone who has just had a baby or is experiencing an illness or going through a hard time.

Last week, I had some appointments booked for Wednesday but then found out that my sitter for that day couldn’t make it so I had to cancel my appointments and found myself with sort of an extra day. I went on Tuesday and bought a lot of chicken and Wednesday made two sets of ten chicken meals. Each session took me about an hour so in just two hours, I had 20 meals made!

In my morning chicken dump session, I made Chicken Hurry, Caribbean Chicken, Lemon and Garlic Chicken, Sticky Chicken, and Cantonese Chicken. I made two of each of the five recipes, so in one hour, I had ten meals. In the afternoon, I made Teriyaki Chicken, French Canadian Chicken, Cindy’s Chicken, Pepper Lime Chicken, and Lemon Mustard Chicken.

More Chicken Dump Recipes

For all of my chicken dump recipes, printable grocery lists and printable labels, you can purchase my Chicken Dump Recipes. You can read more about it here.

You asked and it is now available! Beef Dump Recipes!

You also have the option to purchase all the chicken dump recipes and beef dump recipes together at a savings!

beef and chicken dump recipes

The key to successful chicken dump meals is having all your ingredients out before you start assembling. This saves time and aggravation!

Steps to making Chicken Dump Meals:

  1. Get out all ingredients.
  2. Label resealable freezer bags (you can use a permanent marker or print labels to stick on) with the name and cooking instructions.
  3.  Prop the bottom of the bags and fold over the top so that they will stay open.
  4. Add chicken into each bag. You can use boneless, skinless thighs or breasts.
  5. Once the chicken is in all of the bags, dump the ingredients for the recipe into the bag.
  6. When all the ingredients are in each bag, remove the excess air, seal the bags, lay flat, and freeze.

5 Chicken Dump Recipes

Chicken Hurry

chicken
1/2 cup ketchup
1/4 cup water
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
3 Tbsp. dry onion soup mix*

*I use an MSG-free, gluten-free dry onion soup mix

Cooking instructions:

Thaw. Bake at 350° for an hour or in the crock pot on low for 4-6 hours.

Caribbean Chicken

chicken
8 oz. can pineapple chunks with juice
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
1/2 tsp. nutmeg
1/3 cup orange juice
1/2 cup raisins

Cooking instructions:

Thaw. Bake at 350° for an hour or in the crock pot on low for 4-6 hours.

Lemon and Garlic Chicken

chicken
2-3 cloves of garlic, minced
4 Tbsp. of olive oil
2 Tbsp. fresh chopped parsley
3 Tbsp. lemon juice
1/4 tsp. pepper

Cooking instructions:

Thaw. Bake at 350° for 45-55 minutes or in the crock pot on low for 4-6 hours.

 

Sticky Chicken

chicken
2 Tbsp. vegetable oil
1 Tbsp. soya sauce**
3 Tbsp. peanut butter
3 Tbsp. ketchup

Cooking instructions:

Thaw. Bake at 350° for 45-55 minutes. **if you are making these gluten free, be sure to use gluten free soya sauce

Cantonese Chicken

chicken
1/2 cup ketchup
1/4 cup melted honey
1/4 cup soya sauce**
2 Tbsp. lemon juice

Cooking instructions:

Thaw. Bake at 350° for one hour or in the crock pot on low for 4-6 hours.

Notes:

  • The recipes work best with 3-5 chicken breasts or 8-10 thighs per bag. If you are adding a lot more or a lot less chicken, you may need to adjust the recipes accordingly.
  • If you plan the meals so that they have some common ingredients, it saves even more money.
  • All recipes can be made gluten free by following the notes indicated.
  • I heard from a reader who suggested using slow cooker liners. I had never heard of such a thing, but it sounds like a way to save even more time because it eliminates the cleanup of the crock pot.
  • Don’t forget to check out the other chicken dump recipes for even more options!

Buy my Chicken Dump Recipes book which includes 25 recipes divided into 5 plans. Each plan comes with printable grocery lists and printable labels. Read the list of included recipes.

You can also purchase both the Beef Dump Recipes and Chicken Dump Recipes together for more meal options and savings!

Chicken and Beef Dump Recipes Bundle

To get more easy recipes and family ideas and to be notified when more Dump recipes are available, sign up for our emails.

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