Have a taste for some comfort food? Pulled Chicken is the way to go.
If you are cooking for a party or your family, this recipe will not leave you disappointed. It is really super simple to make. Just pull out your good, ol’ slow cooker and crank it up to high heat. You will soon be ready to eat!
This recipe is part of my Budget-Friendly Meal Planning Two-week post. You will find it towards the end of the two weeks, so be sure to read it through.
Just a recap…Meal planning is such an easy way to save on your grocery budget and sanity. By planning out all of your meals, you will have an easy, relaxing evening to spend time with your family and enjoy each other’s company. Now if I could get my kids to stop racing each other through the house. (Yes, dinner-time at my place!) Now you see why I meal plan!
Every mom needs a few tricks up her sleeve, especially if you are trying to save. This recipe is only a few steps and your slow-cooker does all the work. Why not give it a try?
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What You Will Need:
3 large pieces of thawed chicken breast
salt and pepper to coat each side of the chicken breast
1/2 an onion
3/4 cup of chicken broth
1. Slice up your onion and place in the slow cooker
2. Add chicken broth
3. Season each side of the chicken pieces with salt and pepper
4. Add chicken to slow cooker
5. Set your slow cooker on high for four hours.
Note: You will know your chicken is done when it is falling apart, easy to shred. Always make sure you cook your poultry to an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit.
After checking that your chicken is done, shred it in the slow cooker. If it seems watery, drain the meat. As I like to say, no one likes soggy buns!
Place the meat back in the slow cooker and add about 1/2 a bottle of sweet barbecue sauce (I like Sweet Baby Rays or Market Pantry). Serve on a bun with a side of corn and enjoy!
What a quick, easy recipe! This will leave your family feeling full and happy.
Please leave me a comment and let me know if you tried my recipe. Do you have any other frugal recipes you use often? Please share or leave me a link to your website. I would love to check them out.
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Until next time – Sarah
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