Crockpot Hawaiian Chicken

This crockpot is bursting with pineapple flavor. A super delish chicken dish that has the perfect blend of sweet and savor.

A three-ingredient crockpot recipe that brings smiles to everyone’s faces. Once cooked, the chicken will be fork-tender and almost falling apart. This is a simple, very straightforward crockpot dish that your whole family will enjoy. Enjoy a no-fuss, well-balanced weeknight meal with this crockpot Hawaiian chicken. All you need are a few simple and readily available ingredients; crushed pineapples, bbq sauce (you are welcome to use sugar-free bbq sauce if you want to cut down on sugar), and chicken breasts.

Put everything in the pot to cook for a few hours and before you know it, dinner is ready. Crockpot is great for busy days and busy bees like me. I don’t have to spend my time in the kitchen, I can do other chores, maybe run some errands while the crockpot is doing its thing. I often resort to crockpot and why not? It is super easy to prepare, it’ll only take you 5 minutes to put together and you’ll just leave it to cook for a few hours. No need to fuss about your weeknight meal because this Hawaiian chicken is already a complete meal. And the pineapple flavor is incredible!

1 Can Crushed Pineapples
1 Cup BBQ Sauce (Doesn’t have to be Hawaiian-Style, Honey BBQ Sauce would also be fine)
2-4 Boneless Chicken Breasts (Or however many you need for your family).

How to make Crockpot Hawaiian Chicken
Step 1: In a bowl, mix the Bbq sauce and pineapples.

Step 2: Put the chicken in the crockpot and pour the bbq and pineapple mixture over the chicken.

Step 3: Cover and cook the chicken for 5 to 6 hours on low.

NOTE: To cut down on the sugar, you can use sugar-free bbq sauce.

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