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Day 22 Crockpot Challenge BBQ Shredded Chicken

I love chicken for so many reason, it is fast, easy to cook, good for you and freezes so well. Cooking chicken in a crockpot makes it that much better This meal is really easy of course and requires only two ingredients, Chicken and your favorite BBQ sauce. Just place your chicken breast in a crockpot and top with a bottle of BBQ sauce. I like to let it cook on low all day so that when it is time to eat you can shred it easily apart with two forks :O) Tonight we are having BBQ sandwich's on my Sub Rolls. Don't forget your Veggies! Green beans go great with this meal.


This looks awesome! I know what I am making tomorrow night!
Trisha said…
Looks amazing! I love crockpot bbq chicken and I'm always trying new crockpot bbq recipes. You wouldn't believe how many there are!
Melanie B said…
I should make this today :)
Caitlin Nicole said…
I've been looking for a good recipe for this! I remember when my family would make it for get-togethers and my hubby has been wanting some. I'm trying this :)

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