Too good to be true crockpot chickenI
f you want a guaranteed WIN on game day, Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken is it! Done deal- it does not get any easier than this and you won’t believe the outcome. Seriously.
Can we first agree that Buffalo wings are one of the most cravable foods in the universe? Personally, when I smell that spicy, silky sauce as a plate of wings goes by my table, I can’t get it out of my mind- I just have to have them.
This recipe is a twist on Buffalo wings that both satisfies the hot sauce craving, is low calorie, is easy to make, and is certain to please any crowd.
When I first tried this recipe out, I thought there would be no way boneless, white meat chicken, cooked for hours, wouldn’t be dry and bland. I was wrong- plain and simple. It is juicy, satisfying and basically fat free. I don’t think it gets better than that.
Don't hesitate for another second- start your slow cookers!
For a party, serve this with potato rolls, lettuce and blue cheese dressing and let everyone make their own sliders. Other great ways to use this recipe are for quesadillas with melted cheddar cheese and even as a topper on salad greens.
When I need to make this Gluten Free and KETO friendly, I use romaine lettuce to make lettuce boats.
Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken
If you want a guaranteed WIN on game day, Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken is it! It does not get any easier than this and you won’t believe the outcome.
- 4-6 boneless chicken breasts
- 1/2 cup Frank's Red Hot sauce
- 1/2 cup water
- Your favorite fixings like rolls, blue cheese & lettuce
Place chicken in bowl of slow cooker.
Combine hot sauce and water in a measuring cup and mix to combine. Pour over and toss with the chicken.
The chicken should be submerged. If you need more continue to add equal parts hot sauce and water until chicken is just covered.
Cover and cook in slow cooker for 4-6 hours on low until the meat easily shreds with a fork.
Drain meat and shred chicken. (if you want it extra spicy, toss with a dash of extra hot sauce at this stage) Serve with all the fixings on the side.
This recipe doubles well.