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Justin Timberlake's Slow-Cooker Cream Cheese Chicken

Justin Timberlake's Slow-Cooker Cream Cheese Chicken

Slow-Cooker Cream Cheese Chicken

1 ½ lbs. chicken breasts
2 cans cream of chicken soup
1 1/3 cup chicken broth
¼ tsp. garlic powder
8 oz. cream cheese, softened

Place chicken breasts in the bottom of a slow cooker, and add salt, pepper, soup, broth, and garlic powder. Cook on low for five to six hours. Remove chicken and add softened cream cheese into a slow cooker, mixing until the sauce is smooth. Serve chicken and sauce over cooked rice or egg noodles.

Justin Timberlake was born on January 31, 1981, in Memphis, Tennessee. As a child, he grew up singing in the church choir and got his start appearing on Star Search and The All-New Mickey Mouse Club. At age 14, he became a member of the boy band *NSYNC. He began his solo recording career in 2002. He won numerous awards, including 10 Grammy Awards and 4 Emmy Awards. Aside from a prominent singing career, Timberlake has also appeared on GQ magazine’s cover three times and proved himself a talented actor, starring in several movies.

Did you Know?

What do Xbox 360 controllers and United States Navy sailors have in common?

What do Xbox 360 controllers and United States Navy sailors have in common?

Did you know that United States Navy sailors have used Xbox 360 controllers to operate photonics masts on some submarines? The masts house visible and infrared digital cameras on top of telescoping arms. Not only are the Microsoft game-console controllers less clunky and much cheaper (compared to $38,000 periscope joysticks), but younger sailors learn faster with familiar technology.

Printing Quiz

When a printer suggests comb binding, what they really mean is:

When printed sheets are bound or fastened together to form a booklet, book, or magazine, it is called binding. 

When a printer suggests comb binding, what they really mean is:

  • A machine for harvesting crops
  • A tool to untangle your hair
  • A way to fasten printed sheets together