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!
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!