BBQ Chicken In the Crock Pot
Ready for a quick and easy meal on a busy week night? Me too! This is one of my Mama’s-busy-and-there’s-a-ton-still-a -lot-to-do meals. I have played around with this and I like the way it comes out moist from the crock pot. It makes it easy to dish up and serve with coleslaw, and fries. Plus, honestly the house doesn’t get hot from cooking, and with a teen in the house they are always to eat.
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I know kids can be a tad picky and this is an easy pleaser for everyone! I like the fact that we can leave the house and come home and dinner is served. Add some cole slaw or potato salad and BOOM! dinner is complete.
Below are the ingredients and directions.
- 2 pounds of boneless, skinless chicken. I use frozen but I am aware that some people hesitate to do that. If you are not comfortable with that then adjust your time by about an hour.
- I like to add a chopped onion. Salt and Pepper to taste.
- Add one bottle of your favorite barbecue sauce. I really like Sticky Fingers Carolina Sweet Sauce. See here ***** Season with salt, pepper.
Turn on the crock pot on high for one hour, if you went with the frozen chicken. Otherwise, cook on low for 6-8 hours.
For leftovers the next day, I make barbecue sandwiches with onion buns. As you can tell I like mine a little toasted. Noah prefers his bun cold. Serve with cole slaw and fries. Leftovers get better the next day!
You could actually heat it up the BBQ chicken the next day, add some Mexican cheese and serve with flour tortillas. Serve that with rice and refried beans.
I would love to hear from you on what your go-to meal is.
Heart your lifestyle,