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These Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken Sliders are a real family favorite, and an easy way to prepare and enjoy tender barbecue chicken. Chicken breasts slow cook in your Crockpot with your favorite brand of BBQ sauce before being stuffed into slider buns with a handful of slaw.
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Incredibly easy, with almost no prep, these Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken Sliders are so juicy and tender, they almost melt in your mouth. As you can imagine, they’re a much-requested dish at our house. For I have guys… lots of guys who love this kind of food! Whether that be for Fridays, game days, tailgating… or anytime we’re craving sweet, savory, and fun food!
If you’re serving a crowd, it’s easy to stretch the chicken filling when, say, friends bring friends… and even their friends to watch the big game at your house.
A simple slow cooker meal with boneless, skinless chicken breasts that simmer in a quick to assemble BBQ sauce. Cook on HIGH for 3-4 hours, or LOW for 5-6.
I love to top the sliders with store-bought coleslaw mix that includes carrots with purple and green cabbage, but if you fancy kicking things up a notch, you can always make your own!
Fun and delicious!
Frequently Asked Questions
Of course! Just warm it through when you’re ready to serve. It should keep covered in the fridge for up to 3 days.
My Favorite Slow Cooker
A slow cooker is an easy and healthy way to cook. This model can be programmed to cook to a specific time or even a specific internal temperature before switching to a warm setting.
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