Easy dinner recipe – Crock-pot pulled chicken

This easy recipe is one of our family’s go-to weeknight meals. You can change the entire flavor based on whatever marinade or sauce you use. There is also NO defrosting required, so if you wake up in a rush for work, you can throw this together and come home to an amazing smelling house and home cooked meal ready to go.


What you need:

-frozen chicken breasts (we use 2, and we can get about 2 dinners and a lunch out of it)

-1 bottle of buffalo wing sauce (or whatever sauce you choose)

-red onion


  1. Place frozen chicken breasts into the crock-pot.
  2. Pour the entire bottle of sauce over the chicken.
  3. Turn crock-pot on low for 6 – 7 hours.
  4. If possible, add sliced red onion to the crock-pot halfway through. If not, you can always add this at the end.
  5. After a few hours, or whenever you can, use two forks to shred the chicken in the pot, and keep cooking.

We usually serve this on hamburger rolls with pickle slices, and a side of corn, salad, and mac and cheese.

What are you favorite weeknight meals or crock-pot recipes? Would love to hear from you, so please share your thoughts in the comments below!

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