Rotisserie Style Chicken in the Crock Pot

"Tender, moist and easily cut off the bone chicken. My family loved this chicken. The spices are very flavorful. When I made this I cut my onion into 4 quarters. I recommend wearing gloves when rubbing the chicken and when putting the chicken in the crockpot as your hand do get messy. I also cooked my chicken for 4 hours and high and it was perfect. I found this recipe on Pinchin Your Pennies."
Rotisserie Style Chicken in the Crock Pot created by internetnut
Ready In:
2hrs 15mins



  • In a small bowl, combine all ingredients except chicken and onion.
  • Rub herb mixture inside and outside of chicken.
  • Place in food storage bag; seal bag.
  • Refrigerate overnight.
  • Remove chicken from bag; stuff with onion.
  • Place in crockpot on low 6-8 hours; high 2-4 hours. Chicken juices should run clear and chicken reaches 180*.
  • Let stand 15 minutes before carving.
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  1. Becky M.
    This recipe makes a better chicken than just regular seasoning and crockpotting because it keeps the chicken out of the grease and fluids. It also gives the chicken a good flavor. I seasoned mine the night before. However, it does not give you a crispy skin like you'd have with a rotisserie; the chicken is soft and a little rubbery. For those who mentioned that the chicken fell apart and was a little dry, that's a sign of an overcooked chicken. Mine was large -- a 5 lber, at least -- and was done in 6.5 hours.
  2. linguinelisa
    Delicious chicken recipe. I used 4 bone-in, skin-on chicken breasts and put some sliced onion in the bottom of the crockpot and then topped the chicken with onion slices and lemon slices. For the seasoning I used Emeril's Essence seasoning and cooked them about 7.5 hours on low. Really good! Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup.
  3. nemokitty
    So, so tender!!! I tried to lift out the whole chicken from the crockpot and it fell apart it was so tender. The breasts were a little dry but the rest of the legs and thighs were done with no blood. I cooked it 7.5 hours. I added lemon pepper, cayenne pepper and use garlic powder. Yummy!!!
  4. Goat mom
    Wonderfully easy and delicious! I changed the seasonings to our taste, skipped the paprika, covered with some thin sliced red onion, crushed garlic, lemon slices and topped with squeese of lemon and 1/3 cup white wine. Enjoyed with freash veggies tonight. Now to decide what to make with the delicious leftovers!
  5. internetnut
    Rotisserie Style Chicken in the Crock Pot Created by internetnut

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