Crock-Pot Maple Dijon Chicken

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Ready In:
6hrs 15mins




  • Place chicken into crockpot and toss it with thyme, dijon mustard and maple syrup.
  • Peel and slice sweet potato and onion.
  • Place onion, sweet potato and minced garlic on top of chicken.
  • Add chicken broth and bay leaves.
  • Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
  • This is done when the chicken is cooked through and the vegetables reach desired tenderness.

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  1. The flavors just didn't go well together.
  2. This was very different. I really enjoyed the juicy chicken and the flavorful sweet potatoes, but just not together. It was weird, but not in a bad way! I think I may try it again and leave out the s.potatoes, then serve the chicken w/mashed white potatoes. I don't know. It was juicy and tangy and savory. It was worth a shot! (anything off this blog is worth trying!!!!)
  3. I'm sorry, but the ingredients in this dish just didn't work well together for us. And I really wanted it to work because it's easy and I had everything on hand! :( The chicken was delightfully tender and the sweet potatoes tasted good with the maple/dijon flavored sauce, but all in all this just isn't a good dish. Thank you for your link to the blog. I'll check out some other recipes on it as well as look at some of your others you post here! :D


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