Join us on Facebook to see our latest recipes. I don’t feel like cooking lately (as I have a very naughty boy on my hands), so I threw this together and it was REALLY good. And probably the easiest meal I have ever made.
I used the Archer Farms BBQ Sauce, however, it had a little kick to it. If you are not a fan of spicy, I wouldn’t recommend using it. My kids still ate it, but be warned, it has a slight kick to it.
You could also use any other type of Hawaiian, Teriyaki, or barbecue sauce mixture for this chicken recipe. You really can’t go wrong with this one, it is so quick, simple and delicious.
|Target has TONS of good sauces! So much easier than making your own! This has pineapple, orange and mango it! Mmm!|
|Just dump it all in!|
What other chicken could I use for this recipe?
For this recipe, we used chicken breasts. I think they are a bit more juicy and we prefer the white meat.
However you could also use:
- Chicken thighs
- Chicken wings
- Chicken tenders
- Chicken cutlets
- Breaded chicken.
If you use breaded chicken, we recommend baking it in a 9×13 inch pan at 400 degrees F. for about 20 minutes.
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Could I make this recipe into a freezer meal?
I am all about freezer meals. I feel like I hardly have any time to cook these days, so if I can quickly double a recipe that is as easy as this one, and freeze half of it for later, I love that.
This recipe is so easy to throw into a gallon size ziplock bag and keep it in the freezer for up to three months before using it. It saves time and money.
To thaw it, I will place it in the fridge for about 2 hours (or the night before I cook it), then put it in my slow cooker and cook as directed.
If you cook it thawed, it will only be about 3-4 hours on low.
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Crock Pot Hawaiian BBQ Chicken Recipe
- 5 boneless chicken breasts
- 18 ounces BBQ Sauce Archer Farms Hawaiian Style
- 20 ounces pineapple chunks drained
- 2 cups white rice cooked
- Spray the inside of your crock pot with cooking spray for an easy cleanup! Place frozen chicken breasts in the crock pot and cover with bbq sauce.
- Empty can of drained pineapple chunks on top
- Cook on High for 2-3 hours or Low for 4-6 hours
- Shred chicken with two forks while still in the crock pot so the chicken will be well coated with sauce. Serve over rice.
- Slow Cooker
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Questions & Reviews
The BBQ was pricey though, I didn't expect that. $4 for a bottle. Almost as much as the chicken... Going to look for a different sauce, next time! :)
It just smells too good to wait for dinner!
I think it would be delicious with meatballs! Let us know how it turns out!
If your chicken is completely thawed, I would cook it on high for 1.5-2 hours OR on low for 3-4 hours. Any longer than that and your chicken might dry out.
If you use a pork loin, cook it on high 4-5 hours or low for 6-8 hours
I think that you could easily double this and cook it on your stove top. I have never tried it, so I am not sure the best way to go about doing it. I would possibly try cooking my chicken first, then adding it to everything else. Good luck!
A tip for shredding...if you have a Kitchenaid Mixer, pull out the chicken out of the crockpot or pan (or however you're cooking it), throw it into your Kitchenaid bowl, and use the paddle attachement. It shreds your chicken perfectly!! Then put your chicken back into the crockpot or pan and mix it back in with whatever veggies/fruit that you're cooking with :)
Kroger brand 30 minute Hawaiian marinade and Teriyaki marinade(mostly using Lawry's.) I served it over Uncle Ben's 90 second Rice Pilaf. It was so good and so easy! I will definitely be making this again and SOON!
In the crock pot I mixed together, with a whisk, the entire bottle of BBQ sauce, the pineapple juice from the canned pineapples, and two cans of cream of chicken soup. I cut up 4 chicken breasts into three chunks each and placed them in the sauce. I blended up the pineapple chunks (just a little bit) in a food processor and put that on top of the saucy chicken. Cooked on low for 6 hours.
The chicken pulled apart so nicely, and after I put it back in the sauce it was perfect for serving on top of rice.
There was much more sauce to make it a nice and moist meal, and the cream of chicken soup toned down the spice. I served it with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pineapple and chow mein noodles for layering on top, and of course rice to put the saucy chicken on.
So to Christy, and anyone else who has the problem of the original recipe not working well for longer periods of time: experiment! I'm sure the mixture I made would successfully cook for 10 hours.
Thank you Six Sisters for the great idea!
It helps me determine if I should try new recipes. But i have to admit im skeptical about its simplicity.
-The Six Sisters