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One of my husband’s favorite meals is Hawaiian Haystacks. I love it because it is SO easy to do! Growing up, my mom used to teach us every so often how to make a meal. This was one of the first meals I learned how to make. I love it because it can be customized to each family member’s liking. The toppings are pick-and-choose and you can add as much or as little as you like! I like to make it in my crock pot to make it even easier, but you can make it stove top as well!
1.5 lbs chicken
2-3 cans cream of chicken soup
Place chicken in crock pot and dump on cream of chicken soup. Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
After chicken is cooked, shred it up and add milk to get soup to desired consistency.
Serve on top of rice.
chow mien noodles
pretty much anything you want!