Friday, August 22, 2014

Sweet Baby Ray's Crock pot Chicken..pinned it and tried it


Pinned it, tried it, and LOVED it!

I have to say there aren't very many things I pin that I don't like. There are a million good recipes on Pinterest!

This is one of them..quick and tasty..perfect for an easy week night meal!



Sweet Baby Ray's Crock pot BBQ Chicken

4 to 6 chicken breasts
1 (18 oz.) Sweet baby Ray's BBQ sauce
2 Tbsp. vinegar
1/2 c. brown sugar
1 tsp. red pepper flakes
1/2 tsp. garlic powder

Mix all the ingredients together and pour over chicken in crock pot. Cook on low for 4 to 6 hours until pull apart tender.

18 comments:

Flower Shoppe Cards said...

This is certainly worth trying and easy!!! Thanks for the constant supply of delicious meal recipes. You are an awesome "go to" for - the what to cook tonight dilemma - and we are never disappointed! Have a great weekend!

Michele said...

Sounds awesome! This is the only BBQ sauce we use in my house. My husband loves it. Thanks for sharing!

Janet Holden said...

I am going to try this yummy recipe, but was wondering how many people it will feed? I need to feed around 10 people.

laurie said...

I'm not sure how many this feeds..I'm guessing 6 breasts shredded would fill 12 buns. I will check next time I make it!

Anonymous said...

This was delish!

Cassie said...

Trying this tonight! So excited! ��

crystal elaraby said...

What kind of vinegar? Red or white

laurie said...

I used white vinegar.

Anonymous said...

I use the recipe constantly! They are always a big hit and a crowd pleaser!

Anonymous said...

Do you add any water? I will put enough to cover Bottom I guess as always

Bergybits said...

My 9 year olds favorite now. Thanks!

Unknown said...

What brand of buns did you use?

laurie said...

I used Cash Wise buns.

Anonymous said...

I want to make the bbq as sliders( smaller size) how many rolls do you think I’ll need?

laurie said...

I guess it depends on how much you put on each bun. It serves about 8.

Nicole said...

Do you put your chicken breasts in thawed or frozen?

Kenziey said...

Do you use a specific vinegar or just any white?

Anonymous said...

Did you used boneless breasts or bone-in?