This recently ran on DinedandDashed.com and I thought that I would make it sugar free.
I always get impressed when I hear that somebody has made something in a crock pot or slow cooker.
Slow Cooked Sugar Free Barbecue Pulled Chicken
Enjoy this without the usual added sugar.
‘Crockpot or slow cooker made’ seems to imply that someone went the extra step beyond what the others do in making something.
What I have found is that ‘slow cooked’ often means the easier way to making something. When I make something in my slow cooker, I usually am doing it to get something ready in advance when I know I will be cramped for time later on. Before heading to yoga class on a Saturday afternoon, I will dump my chili ingredients into my slow cooker and set it to cook. When I get home, my chili is ready to enjoy.
Is it crockpot, crock-pot or crock pot? It seems as if we see the word spelled each way. Crock-pot is actually a brand name for a kind of slow cooker. In America, we tend to use all of the words interchangeable. Technically, if you are using a slow cooker called a crock-pot then you are obviously using a crock-pot.
What makes something a ‘slider’?
We know ‘sliders’ as those tiny burgers, or whatever’ on a smaller than normal bun. My father use to love those famous ‘slider’ burgers. They are big in Jersey.
I love that barbecued pulled chicken is so easy to make
This could be one of the best re-uses of yesterday’s chicken dinner. All you need to do is shred the cold chicken with your hands and add your ingredients. Last night’s dinner can suddenly become something new and tasty.
This recipe calls for barbecue sauce.
You can easily cheat by using a bottled sauce if you can find one that is sugar free.
- 1 1/2 – 2 pounds shredded Skinless chicken already cooked
- 1 1/2 cups- can use homemade Barbecue Sauce
- 1 medium chopped Onion
- 1/4 cup Optional- Brown sugar or molasses
- as desired Optional- Hot Sauce
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 8-10