There are a lot of variations of this floating around. But THIS one is by far the easiest, it still tastes great and is most likely one of the healthiest!
1-2 packs of chicken of your choice. I used 2 packets boneless chicken tenderloin, but really any kind would work, boneless or not!
1 bottle Annie’s organic original BBQ sauce (picked up at my local grocery store)
2 small sweet potatoes
Dump chicken in crockpot with 1/2 cup of Annie’s original BBQ sauce, cook 8-10 hours on low or half the time on high (for those of you who forget you are doing a crockpot dinner until after lunch. That kind of poor planning only happens to me like 3/4 times). I have made sauce myself before…I love the ingredients in Annie’s though – and it just makes it all that much easier and faster to throw in the crockpot! If you are using more than 2 lbs of chicken, you may want to increase your BBQ sauce allotment by 1/4 cup or so.
Scrub sweet potatoes, dry and poke a few times with a knife. Microwave approximately 6-8 minutes, or until it feels soft in the middle when stabbed with a knife. I realize this may sound a bit aggressive with the stabbing. But, the middle is the last to cook. So if you can feel if it’s not as soft as the exterior when you poke the knife in, cook another 1-2 minutes.
Shred chicken with fork. Cut sweet potatoes in half and top each half with 3/4 cup of the chicken mixture and an additional teaspoon of Annie’s BBQ sauce. Enjoy!
21 day fix portions: 1 red, 1 yellow, 1 teaspoon. If you are using large sweet potatoes, you may need to stick with 1/4 of the potato or just measure it out using your yellow container, to be precise.