I will apologize in advance that I do not know where this recipe originated. Don saw it online and sent it to me in an email. I later also saw it online on a friend’s page, she was sharing it from a recipe exchange page called Renee’s Exchange.
What I do know is that we tried the recipe and liked the recipe and I’d make it again. I had to do mine on high for less time because I got a late start, but it still came out great. We had enough leftover to serve a second night and it was just as good the second time around.
We served ours with couscous and sauteed zucchini the first time and over brown rice with a side of green beans the second time.
The only thing I cannot figure out is that the original picture that I saw showed the chicken very glazed and crispy, with the glaze sticking to the chicken. Ours was very juicy rather than a glaze. Still very tasty, but different than what I expected.
The ingredients are simple and the directions…even more simple! Give it a try on your next crock pot night!
Sweet Hawaiian Crock Pot Chicken:
1 cup pineapple juice
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1/3 cup light soy sauce
2 pounds chicken breast tenderloins (**I used an entire 2.5 pound bag of frozen tenderloins.)
Add all ingredients to the crock pot and cook on low 6-8 hrs and they should just fall apart. Enjoy!