Happy Wednesday! My crockpot is pretty much my best friend. I use it at least twice a week, so I'm always looking for interesting, easy recipes. While browsing through recipe blogs I stumbled upon Vanderbilt Wife - I've really enjoyed this blog and I asked the owner (Jessie) if I could use one of her recipes I had made and use it in today's post. She said sure - so I hope you visit her site and tell her I sent you. What I love about Jessie is that she admits she isn't perfect - well, who is? But, I appreciate her honesty.
Now, on to the recipe:
1 bottle any barbecue sauce (I used Publix brand - yum!)
1 can pineapple chunks with juice
1 green pepper, large dice
1 onion, large dice
Mix all together and cook on low 8-10 hours in the crockpot. Mine was done after 7 hours, so just watch it carefully near the end - you don't want the chicken to dry out. I served it with crescent rolls (my son is addicted to them, and he's always happy about a meal if they are involved) and additional steamed veggies.
Here it is before I turned the crockpot on -- I love the peppers and onions!
Feel free to link your dinner recipe today and tomorrow. All I ask is that you either link back to my post or grab my cute button (in my sidebar) to use in your post. Last week so many people linked up! I am not at a loss for dinner ideas for the next few weeks - which was my goal for this linky - to provide people with all kinds of easy and delicious meals for their families.
There are also other fun recipe hops each week, so you can get even more recipes and ideas.