Post # 1
I wanna make something for my FI tomorrow! We love chicken. Anyone have any favorite recipes??
We we don’t live together so I rarely cook for him.. So I wanna make something yummy and he also wants to use his new crockpot! Lol
Post # 3
I use my crock pot muliple times a week so I havea million recipes!
Chicken and dumplings is easy, put in a couple chicken breasts, some carrots, onion, potatoes, celery, garlic, and seasonings and cover with cream of chicken soup. Then you can either drop biscuit down on top when it has a few hours left, or just bake them in the oven (that’s how I do it)
Or you can do chicken in green enchilada sauce, cook and low and shred apart for enchiladas or burritos
Post # 4
BBQ chicken sliders are always delicious. I usually mix two of my favorite bottles of sweet baby rays BBQ sauce, with a teaspoon of sugar. Pour on top of chicken breasts and cook on high for 4 hours. I usually shred the chicken around 3-3 1/2 hours. Then toast some kings Hawaiian rolls, and make your sliders! We always love it! And super easy.
Edit: I don’t even know if it counts as a “recipe” haha.
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2014 - Banff, Alberta
I make pork chops with mushroom soup, extra mushrooms, onions and serve on top of rice.
Chili with whatever you want, beans, corn, chicken.
Curry chicken with butternaut squash (makes the sauce), onion, peas, whatver other veggies, chicken and coconut milk. Serve on rice.
Post # 7
@pinkkathryn: using mine today to make chili, later this week to make chicken corn chowder. I make pot roast, beef stew, red beans and rice, white bean and ham soup, any soup really, apple butter, chicken tacos (the meat), whole chicken…etc
Post # 8
I know pot roast is about the easiest recipe ever, but I do happen to think mine is the best ever, if I do say so myself 🙂
I buy a 13-14lb chuck roast & put it in the crock pot with about 7 potatos (cut) & a half bag of baby carrots. Then I add 2-3 cups of water & 2 lipton “beefy onion” soup packets. (you can alter how much water or how many soup packets you use based on your sodium desires. we adore salt in excess lol). Cook on high for 12-13 hours, and the end result is basically heaven!
Post # 9
one of our favorite meals is honey sauced chicken. we serve it over jasmin rice and broccoli. it’s so yummy!
and i second the bbq chicken sliders suggestion. this is the recipe i use. my husband has a buddy who is a very picky eater and i made these while he was staying with us and he loved them.
Post # 10
I have a chicken alfredo recipe I love! I actually made it last night!! It is absolutely fantastic!!
I always put in an extra handful of like shredded italian cheese, just because I like it a little cheesy.
Post # 11
thanks everyone! I’ll have to try some of these! 🙂
i didn’t get a chance to use it yesterday because I forgot we were going out to eat for my sister’s birthday, lol. and i worked ten hours today.. soo maybe tomorrow or this weekend!
Lots of good ideas!
Post # 12
i make pulled pork in it all of the time. homemade dry rub on a pork shoulder and put it in the crockpot. low for 6-8 hours. seriously, it’s that easy. it’s my dh’s favourite. i actually just made some yesterday.
Post # 13
@mypinkshoes: do you put in any liquid or just the dry rub? mmm sounds delish!
Post # 14
A couple chicken breasts with a bottle of hot sauce and a packet of Ranch seasoning mix on low for 6 hours. Shred the chicken and put on a toasted bun with pepperjack cheese.
Post # 15
@bella128: no liquid, only the dry rub.
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