Happy Sunday everyone!! I know we all have those Sunday blues because tomorrow starts the work week, but hopefully you can be cheered up with a successful recipe of Crock-pot Hawaiian Chicken. I am sure you have seen this recipe floating around on Facebook (that’s where I saw it), and it is a little deceiving. The picture in the recipe is not what it actually ends up looking like, unless you are a professional chef, then maybe it does for you. I am a rookie at this, and mine did not turn out that way. Regardless, it was very good. Below is the recipe.
SWEET HAWAIIAN CROCK-POT CHICKEN
2lb. Chicken tenderloin chunks
1 cup pineapple juice
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup soy sauce
Combine all together, cook on low in Crock-pot 6-8 hours…that’s it!
It says 6-8 hours, but mine was on low and it was definitely done in 4-5 hours. By the 5th hour it was easy to cut and could also be used as pulled chicken on a sandwich. I made white rice to go with it, mixing in some of the liquid from the crock-pot and broccoli. It was very good and even better, I have some leftovers. I think I will try the leftovers with mashed potatoes. It has the taste to go with potatoes as well, but I will let you know how that fares this week.
This recipe was so easy! I love easy recipes because then there is less error for me to screw them up. This was also the first time I have used my crock-pot and let me tell you, my life has changed. How great to just throw it in and let it cook!
Try it out and let me know what you guys think!