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Slow Cooker Island Barbecue Chicken

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The kids in our area went back to school today. I know…it’s still summer! But in Florida, where I live, our schools usually close down in May and start back up again mid-August. It’s always been hard to get used to, just doesn’t seem right to be in school before Labor Day.

With school back in session, or soon to be back in session, we tend to find ourselves busy in a different way. It’s always an adjustment to be back on a schedule, doing homework in the evenings, getting to bed early. The slow cooker can come in handy during times like this right?

This Island Barbecue Chicken recipe has always been a family favorite.

 

I like to serve these sandwiches up with a simple slaw or salad. Leftovers freeze well and can be used in quesadillas or pizza. Enjoy!

You can find the recipe for Slow Cooker Island Barbecue Chicken and a simple Spicy Slaw Salad on Aggie’s Kitchen.

For healthy grilling ideas this Labor Day weekend, check out these 19 ideas!

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Aggie Goodman was a regular contributor to Babble's Family Kitchen. Her staples included some gorgeous dishes — like salmon with tropical fruit salsa or a kicked-up cucumber salad — as well as behind-the-scenes looks at what goes into making them. More of her recipes can be found on her personal blog, Aggie's Kitchen. Read bio and latest posts → Read aggieskitchen's latest posts →

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2 thoughts on “Slow Cooker Island Barbecue Chicken

  1. Gordon Hamilton says:

    I have never tasted anything cooked on a slow/pressure cooker but this looks absolutely delicious. I will need to think of how to make something like it in a conventional oven.

  2. carrian says:

    gosh, totally looks awesome!

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