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This is one of the oldest recipes on my site. In fact, it’s one of the oldest recipes in my arsenal. I remember making this in a slow cooker in my little on-campus apartment during my senior year of college.
(Side note: a crockpot is the first thing Mr. V and I bought together. Before we were even married. We were engaged 17 months so we had a long time to do things like that. We also lived in on-campus apartments next to each other, so we were both able to use it. And YES, he did cook … back then. Back when we ate a lot of Hamburger Helper.)
That said, I have no idea where the recipe came from. AllRecipes or a magazine, possibly! I know at the same time I copied down a similar recipe for Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore. I used both of these in an article I wrote for ParentLife, which made me remember that they’re both tasty, economical, and fast!
I’ll share that cacciatore recipe next week; for now, here’s the BBQ chicken. It looks very liquid-y in my picture – I used crushed pineapple instead of chunks. If you drain your pineapple chunks, the sauce will be a little thicker and intense.
My beloved slow cooker:
Do you have an OLD recipe you reach for time and again?