Monday, November 14, 2011

Super Easy Crockpot Chicken

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I'm finally getting over being pretty sick the past week and have not been able to spend much time (if any) in the kitchen. Woe is me! Towards the end off my week-long illness when I was gaining some energy back, I decided I wanted to make dinner since I was tired of having soup every night (although I really appreciate everyone who did make/bring me soup!). I'm not even sure if you can consider this "making" dinner since I just threw it all into the crockpot, but for me it counts!

This was the simplest chicken to make and the flavors were finger-licking good. The meat was falling right off the bone when I pulled the legs and thighs out of the slow cooker. I recently went to a Tastefully Simple party and bought a Bayou Bourbon sauce that I used for this, but you can easily substitute your favorite BBQ/teriyaki sauce or anything you have hiding in the back of your pantry. And you don't even need to defrost the chicken first! Enjoy!

The meat literally fell right off the bone.

Printable Recipe


  • 2-3 lbs. frozen chicken legs and thighs
  • 1 bottle of your favorite sauce (ex. BBQ)
Place frozen chicken in slow cooker. Top with the full bottle of sauce.

Cook on high for 7-8 hours. Towards the end, you may want to use tongs to remove the skin to reduce fat (it will practically fall off when you pull at it). Serve over rice.


1 comment:

  1. I'm sorry you were sick last week. I am getting over a mild sinus infection myself. My...everyone is getting into the crock pot these days! I just posted a new crock pot recipe yesterday. ;-)


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