Sweet Hawaiian Crockpot Chicken {recipe}

How to Make Sweet Hawaiian Crockpot Chicken is easy, and it’s the perfect dinner for an evening when you are on the go, because most of the meal is prepared before hand.  The great thing about this Recipe is that it’s really, really quick and my kids LOVE it.  It takes about 5 minutes to throw all the ingredients into the crockpot in the morning and then about 10 minutes to get everything ready before dinner.  Plus, it’s hearty enough that my kids never ask for an after dinner snack after this meal.  {{I hate that}}.

Sweet Hawaiian Crockpot Chicken Rice Bowls

Sweet Hawaiian Crockpot Chicken Ingredients:

sweet hawaiian crockpot chicken

  • 2 lbs. chicken tenderloin chunks
  • 1 cup pineapple juice
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/3 cup soy sauce
  • Rice
  • Vegetables

How to Make Sweet Hawaiian Crockpot Chicken:

About 30 minutes before serving, prepare as much rice as your family will consume for this meal.  You’ll be serving the crockpot chicken over the rice.  I didn’t put an exact amount of rice to be prepared on the recipe because this varies.  Some people eat much more rice than others.

Shred chicken with two forks.

Add vegetables to crockpot if doing so.   Mix in with chicken and sauce.

Serve over rice.

Enjoy.  It’s a really yummy dinner and great for a busy night when you dinner prepared ahead of time.

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  1. this looks so good… will have to try soon 🙂

  2. Just pinned this, it looks so good and easy. Two of my favorite things! 🙂

  3. Doesn’t say how long to cook!

  4. The cook time will range depending on how strong your crockpot is. I usually set mine for 6 hours on high and at the end of the time I will check the temperature of my chicken and if there is still enough time before dinner I will allow it to cook on low and begin to shred for another hour or two.