Total Time
6hrs 5mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 6 hrs

This recipe was given to me in college when I didn't have a lot of time to cook. It's so easy to put together in the morning. When you get home, dinner is ready and the house smells great!


  1. Place chicken in crock pot.
  2. Sprinkle with remaining ingredients.
  3. Cook 6 to 8 hours on high.
Most Helpful

This got mixed reviews at my house. I thought it was good but no one else really cared for it. I followed the recipe other then I used legs and thighs and I cooked mine on low for four hours. Hubby didn't think it had much of a taste to it. I did think it tasted better in a casserole the next day.

bmcnichol November 05, 2012

Made this for PAC Fall 2012. Good crockpot recipe! I wasn't sure if the recipe directions were correct as I read 6 hours on HIGH. I knew that wouldn't work for my crockpot so I put mine on low and got great results. Loved the leftovers in a chicken casserole and sandwiches. It's a keeper!

TransplantedHusker October 29, 2012

This was quite a tasty dish. I made and froze it for freezer tag. To freeze, cook in the crock pot as directed. Once chicken and sauce are reasonably cooled, transfer into a quart-sized freezer bag (use a gallon bag if in doubt). Release as much air as possible, label bag, and freeze flat for maximum storage space. I didnt know how best to reheat without drying out the chicken, so I cut the chicken up into chunks and cooked in a medium casserole dish in the microwave for about 5 minutes. Next time I will try reheating in the oven and see if there are any problems with the chicken getting dry. To complete the meal, I suggest serving with Creamy Ramen Noodles and Simply Fruit. Will definitely be making again!

Munchkin Mama April 07, 2008