Low Carb Crock Pot Philly Cheese Chicken (Easy)

Here is a low carb version of philly cheesesteak that uses chicken instead!  Everyone really enjoyed this super easy meal – low carb and ‘non-low carbers’ alike!  The soy sauce gives the chicken such a great flavor and makes for a wonderful au jus type sauce.  In the picture, it is served on a Josephs low carb pita which has 4 g. of net carbs.  It only has 4 ingredients and no-precooking needed!


philly cheese chicken
2 tablespoons butter
2  medium sliced green peppers
1 pound boneless skinless thin sliced chicken cutlets
2 tablespoons of soy sauce
Your favorite sliced cheese (optional – I used smoked provalone)


Add all of the ingredients to the slow cooker and cook on low until cooked through and tender, approximately 3 hours.  Slightly break the chicken into slices after cooking.  This makes approximately (3) 1 cup servings with approximately 3 to 4 grams of net carbs per cup without any bread.  I am sure you could double this recipe if needed.  I made this in my 5 quart slow cooker.


Low Carb Serving Suggestions:
(1) As is / straight up
(2) In a bowl with melted cheese
(3) Over lettuce
(4) In low carb tortillas or pitas


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  1. do you add the cheese in the crockpot with the other ingredients or just top the sandwich with it when served?

    • Don’t add the cheese to the slow cooker. If you want cheese on it. add it after you plate it. If you are doing a low carb sandwich or regular sandwich – I would add it after and toast it up in the toasted oven (if you have one) to make it gooey and the bread crispy. I ate mine in a bowl and my non-low carbers in my family ate this on regular french bread. I added smoked provolone to theirs and then melted it in the toasted oven.

  2. Is the 3 hrs on low or high?

  3. This dish was fantastic, and an absolute snap to make. Thank you for a great recipe!

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