BBQ Chicken

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Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 6 hrs
Temp Low

Zesty and easy BBQ chicken!

Ingredients

  • 6 frozen skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
  • 12 oz bottle of barbeque sauce
  • 1/2 Cup Italian salad dressing
  • 1/4 Cup brown sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

Directions

  1. Step One

    Place chicken in slow cooker.

  2. Step Two

    Mix all the other ingredients and pour over chicken.

  3. Step Three

    Cook on low for 6-8 hours.

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  1. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Lori, it sounds like you have a hot crock. Even though it’s on warm it’s probably still cooking. My friend has a Rival CP and her food BOILS on the Warm setting!!!! I’d suggest you crock your meals one temp setting below the recommendation. If it says to crock on LOW, try crockin’ on WARM. Just give it a test run and see how it turns out.

  2. Lori S.

    This BURNED for me ;( Had to toss it all out. Will give it another shot. I used frozen chix breasts and cooked it for 8 hrs on low, (plus two hours on warm by the time I got home) and it was literally black around the edges and burnt! Seriously I have such bad luck with crockin’ it’s insane. My mom made this recipe and has been raving and raving about it so I’ll give it another shot.

  3. Kelli

    I made this today, but I substituted soy sauce for the Worcestershire, but it was still so good! This will be in regular rotation at my house! Thanks for such a great recipe!

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  4. Deidra

    I didn’t have any Italian dressing on hand so I used 1 part apple cider vinegar, 2 parts EVOO (I did the recipe in half, so it was 1/8 cup cider vinegar & 1/4 cup EVOO) and some pepper. It was delicious & super moist!!

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  5. Trish

    Wow, this was so tasty. I used one large sliced red onion and I doubled the recipe and it made so much juice. After shredding and letting it cook an hour more, it still seem to be juicy. So I added 1 tbsp of cornstarch and I had the whole family raving… Thank you girls. I love your cookbook.

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  6. Jennifer R.

    A fabulous recipe! I added some diced onion, and then I cooked these for 6 hours on low, pulled them out and shredded them, and then cooked them for another hour on low. We had this on Hawaiian rolls for dinner – even the three year old gobbled it down! Husband says its a keeper too.

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  7. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    WOOHOO Karla! Way to make it your own :) LOVE it when I find a recipe that the hubby likes :)

    And Tella…we haven’t made this with a whole chicken. I think the only difference would be a much thinner sauce. It would have A LOT of chicken broth in it, so I would just strain it to get all the stuff floating around out before you eat it.

    And Brooke…glad y’all found a winner :)

  8. Karla S.

    I made this today and tweaked it a bit. I saw the comment about the sauce not been thick enough. So I used 2-18oz bottels of BBQ sauce, 1/2 of dressing ,3/4c of brown sugar & still the 2tbs of worcestershire since I double the recipe. It was a hit! My husband gave the approval for this to be made again. :)

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  9. Tella K.

    Has anyone tried using a whole chicken?

  10. Kelly S.

    This is so yummy! I made this with about 2lbs of frozen boneless skinless chicken thighs and it tasted great. But, there was a bit too much sauce and the thighs shrunk a lot! So, I made it again using 4lbs of frozen boneless skinless chicken thighs and this time the sauce was a bit thin yet still too much. I think there was too much juice from the meat. Any idea how I can get more meat without thinning out the sauce from it’s juices?

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  11. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Maybe when it’s done crockin’ you can just ladle out some of the sauce, mix with cornstarch and then throw it back in the pot and mix all together. Love how you tweaked it, Kelly!

  12. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Get you Crock On, Rochelle. Substituting the pork will be good.

  13. Rochelle R.

    Would you be able to do this same recepie with pork?? It sounds better than the pork ones i’ve seen!!

  14. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Angela ~ you don’t have to use frozen chicken. If your meat is thawed, crock on low for 6 hours so it won’t dry out.

  15. ANGELA H.

    Does the chicken have to be frozen?

  16. Donna F.

    This is awesome and I can’t wait to make it again!

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  17. Brooke B.

    Love this recipe! We have it every sunday for lunch.

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