Total Time
1hr 15mins
Prep 30 mins
Cook 45 mins

Foil packets for the grill shaped like a BIG candy kiss. Very easy clean-up and great tasting too. You can use your own preferences for the veggies and indiviualize each kiss to suit anyone. I just love to make these they are sooo good. This is how I make mine.


  1. Tear off 6 sheets of heavy duty aluminum foil about 20 inches long. Spray center of foil with cooking spray. Place sliced potatoes, about one potato per packet, onto center. Season with cajun spice and pepper, to your taste ( or use your favorite seasonings) Place about 1/2 cup of baby carrots onto potaoes.
  2. Put about 1/4 of a cup of the barbecue sauce on top. Then, place a chicken breast on top of potatoes, carrots, and sauce. Season chicken with the cajun spices and pepper. Place onion rings, as many as you like, on top of chicken. Finish off the packet with another 1/4 cup of the barbecue sauce over the onions.
  3. Gather up the foil around the chicken and veggies, and twist the top tightly to seal. It should resemble a BIG candy kiss. Repeat steps for all packets. Place on a medium hot grill. Mine is gas, I have it at about 350. I just leave them on the grill for 45 minutes All of these portions can be easily adjusted to each packet. Be careful when opening them.
Most Helpful

This is pretty good. I improvised with some of the spices and made it more of a Cayanne recipe which was amazing if you have the nerve.

cookie_luv June 22, 2010

Everyone enjoyed this recipe. I made it in a dutch oven for 50-60 minutes in a 375 degree oven. Only used at the most 1 cup of barbecue sauce. Very delicious!

fostrowski June 17, 2006

These were fun to make and present, but the combo of bbq and carrots, esp. with the cajun, was just too much for me. I did some with different seasoning than cajun, and that wasn't as strange. I did LOVE how the chicken was SOOO tender cooked this way. I also put some red and green peppers on top of the onions, and it was a nice boost of color. I also like how everything cooks all at once. And if anyone was able to do this without burning the very bottom of the potatoes, I'd like to hear how to do that. Thanks.

annlouise May 07, 2006