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The Easiest Dinner Everyone Loves: Crockpot Chicken Tacos

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Do you have five minutes and three easy ingredients? Then you have time to make the easiest, most delicious dinner ever–Crockpot Chicken Tacos! This incredible dish is full of spicy salsa flavor (though you can make it mild, if you want!) and tons of cheesy, delicious shredded chicken to make even picky mac-and-cheese lovers as happy as clams. Prep the chicken in the morning, shred it when you get home from work, serve it up with flour tortillas, shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes and a sprinkling of green onions for a quick, scrumptious meal.

One of the web’s most searched for recipes is tacos, and it’s no wonder why! After a busy day, we all want something quick and familiar to soothe our stressed-out schedules. This recipe is a fun twist on traditional tacos because it’s even simpler than browning a bit of ground beef in a skillet! And the switch from traditional ground beef to cheesy chicken is a welcome difference, without being overly odd or uncomfortable to picky palates. This recipe is a great way to get dinner on the table in a way everyone will love!

Crockpot Chicken Tacos
The easiest dinner you’ve ever made, the tastiest dinner you’ve ever tasted!

Serves 8

1 pound boneless chicken breast
2 cups mild or medium picante sauce or salsa
3 cups sharp cheddar cheese

Place all ingredients in a crockpot. Cover and set crockpot to low for 5-7 hours. 30 minutes before serving, remove lid and use forks to shred the chicken. Leave the lid off of the chicken and allow it to cook for another 20 minutes on high. Serve chicken in flour tortillas with all your favorite taco toppings!

 

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