Shredded BBQ Chicken Crockpot Recipe is made with chicken breasts that are slow cooked with your favorite BBQ sauce! Feed a crowd with this simple dish!
Last weekend we had some home repairs to finish that we’ve been putting off for far too long. We removed the door jams and molding from two doorways that lead into the hallway, then had drywall added to match the texture of our existing walls.
Alan had fun with the demolition, we hired out for the drywall work, and my job was to complete the finishing touch with paint. After our kitchen redo this was a small job, but it still causes disruption to our weekends.
While Alan was running around getting our painting supplies together, I drank more coffee, and decided to let my slow cooking pal made dinner.
This Shredded BBQ Chicken Crockpot Recipe came together with just a few simple ingredients:
chicken breasts, prepared BBQ sauce and a couple of extra spices. So simple, so delicious, and we had shredded chicken for days!
I shared this recipe on The Foodie Affair’s Facebook page with the intention of only sharing it there. It’s such an easy recipe, I thought, there is no need to write up the recipe there’s nothing to this! Well, my iphone photo and quick instructions got shared quite a bit, so I thought it would be a shame not have the recipe available on the blog!
Shredded BBQ Chicken Crockpot Recipe
- 6 skinless chicken breasts
- 1 bottle BBQ sauce Sweet Baby Ray's
- 3 Tablespoons Worcester sauce
- 1 Tablespoon Sriracha chili sauce
- 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
- Put chicken breasts in slow cooker, add all ingredients and put on top of the chicken. Cook on high for 3 hours. With two forks, shred the chicken, and cook on low for 1 hour. Serve with rolls, rice, or prepared coleslaw.
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This is a great easy recipe to feed football fanatics or any crowd! I like eating the chicken with a scoop of the coleslaw on top for a carb-free meal!