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Monday Morning in the Kitchen: Crockpot BBQ Chicken

While slow cookers often simmer hearty soups and stews in autumn and winter, they also provide a way to keep the kitchen cool while cooking a summer meal.  This BBQ chicken recipe makes a delicious filling for sandwich rolls. 

Crockpot BBQ Chicken

Place boneless, skinless chicken breasts in crockpot.  Cover with BBQ sauce and cook on low for 6 hours.  (I used 4 breast halves and 1 8 oz. bottle of BBQ sauce.)  Shred chicken, and add more sauce if needed.  (I used another 8 oz. bottle.)  Continue to cook for another 30 minutes-2 hours.  Serve on sandwich rolls. 

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Thanks for easy summer meals.

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  1. This looks good - I need to use my crockpot more in the summer months :-)

  2. I have company coming this week, and this is a perfect no-fuss meal. Thanks

  3. Yum! Crockpots are the only answer during triple digits!

  4. I love slow cookers in the summer time! That chicken looks delicious and would be great stuffed in a pita pocket! Thank you for sharing.

  5. Slow cookers are the only way to cook in the summer...besides the grill that is. This looks delicious and will have to give it a try. Thanks for the recipe.


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