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Feb 10

Easy Crock-Pot Hawaiian Chicken

So I have recently rekindled my love with my crock-pot, which means I am making a ridiculous amount of crock-pot meals. I actually made some really delicious crock-pot hawaiian chicken the other night and totally fell in love. Not only was it exactly what I needed since I had a house full of sick kids, but it was also really good!

Easy Crock-Pot Hawaiian Chicken

1 bottle of hawaiian style bbq sauce (I used generic Kroger brand)
4-5 Frozen Boneless chicken breasts
1 20oz can of pineapple chunks

Place your frozen chicken breasts into the crock-pot and cover completely with the hawaiian style bbq sauce. Drain your pineapple and add them to to your crock-pot. Cook on high for 2-3 hours, or if you have more time cook on low for 4-6 hours. Your chicken will be very tender, tender enough that you will be able to shred it while it is still in the crock-pot by using 2 forks.

I served mine over some white rice, but I think that this would also be delicious served on a hawaiian roll as slider sandwiches as well!

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  1. Dee

    That looks delicious and easy! (I love easy!) I was cleaning out the can section of my pantry last night — one of those things that I totally needed to do but wouldn’t have done it then unless my husband needed a can of something, so I dig in and am surrounded by cans and then he says “oh, I already got the can I needed.” UGH. Anyway, my pantry looks great now but I found two cans of pineapple in there that I need to use. Now I have the way! Thank you!
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  2. Heather {Woods of Bell Trees}

    This was one of my favorite meals when I was little, of course yours looks WAY better! Gonna give this a shot soon! Mmmmm
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  3. Kathryn

    Love this because it sounds so yummy, uses only a few ingredients and would reunite me with my crock pot – whom I have missed! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Meredith@A TIPical Day

    Huh! You learn something new everyday! I have never heard of Hawaiian style bbq sauce. I will have to look for it next time I shop. My kids would love this recipe I think. :) Thanks for sharing it. I found you over at All Things Pretty.
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  5. Laura@baking in pyjamas

    That looks yummy. Thanks for linking up at Sweet and Savoury Sundays, stop by and link up again this weekend!

  6. Trish - Mom On Timeout

    I love easy crock pot meals! This looks so delicious!

  7. Michelle @ The MaMade Diaries

    I LOVE chicken, it’s definitely my favorite, but you get tired of eating it the same ways all the time. This recipe looks like a MUST TRY for me!! It just looks and sounds absolutely delicious! Thanks so much for linking up at the MaMade Blog Hop! Don’t forget to stop back and link up again next week and see if you’ve been featured!
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  8. Cassi

    I haven’t seen the Hawaiian BBQ sauce but I can’t wait to try this!
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