So not only is this fast to put together but it doesn't use a lot of ingredients! I set my crockpot to high because I put it together so late in the day but you could definitely put this together in the am and set it to low.
Pineapple & Maine Wild Blueberry Crockpot Chicken
- Place chicken breasts in crockpot
- Cover chicken with entire bottle of sauce (doesn't have to be blueberry so get creative!...but the blueberry is fabulous)
- Chop sweet onion, I used large chunks because when cooked they will shrink anyway and it saves on time
- Chop green pepper, also into large chunks
- Drain juice from pineapple can or use a colander
- Add pineapple, onion + pepper to crockpot
- Mix entire concoction and cover
- Let sit for about 1.5hrs on high or low for several hours (I would imagine the chicken would take on even more flavor the longer and slower it cooked)
- Before serving use a fork and shred the chicken in the crockpot
Deliciousness! I had this with some edamame that I bought at the store (I got the packaged stuff that was already out of the pod) and I definitely didn't add salt to them. I LOVE sea salt on edamame BUT every time I eat it that way I hear my nutrition professor from The University of Maine say "Trust me, you will get more than enough salt in your diet without adding it. Adding it is just adding a heart attack." Debbie downer + sad face. Doesn't really matter though because it is really very very good without.
Time to crack a Pollenator from LongTrail and enjoy it + dinner on the porch listening to the cacophony of the peepers!