I have already posted this recipe once. However, it is very popular and many have asked for the recipe. I have also changed a few things to make it easier. You can see the previous post HERE. The old recipe was using fresh diced tomatoes. This is still great, but let's face it... We just can't always do that. Tomatoes aren't great fresh all year round. This post will hopefully make this recipe easier but it is still completely healthy and safe for my daughter. It also looks the same so you can see a picture of the recipe in the above link.
4 chicken breasts
1 can diced tomatoes*** (see note)
1 Tbsp. Italian herbs and seasonings (I use McCormicks Italian Herb Mix. You can see it HERE.)
Salt to taste
***Note: You can still use fresh diced tomatoes. You can also use my diced tomato canning recipe to can your own during high season. You can find that post HERE. OR, we have found one brand which we can buy at the local natural foods store which doesn't taste horrible or come in a metal can. You can see it HERE. I can as many as I can but it never seems to be enough.
In a slow cooker, poor in about a quarter of the diced tomatoes. Next, place the chicken breasts in the slow cooker. Then, pour the rest of the diced tomatoes and seasonings in the cooker. Cook on high for 4 hours or on low for 8 hours.
I typically serve this with rice (Rice Recipe Here) and green beans. It is amazing leftover as well.