Hawaiian BBQ Crockpot Chicken

I’m not a big fan of spending time in the kitchen, and I tend to rely on take-out too often. This winter, however, I’m going to try to be more intentional about feeding my family quality home-cooked meals with the help of my crockpot.

Hawaiian BBQ Crockpot Chicken

When it comes to crockpot meals, I’m a big fan of “dump and let cook.” The less prep I have to do before putting the food in the crockpot the better, and this Hawaiian BBQ Crockpot Chicken recipe is one of my favorite crockpot chicken recipes.

Hawaiian BBQ Crockpot Chicken


  • 2-4 boneless skinless chicken breasts {I use frozen} – enough for the number of people you’re serving
  • one can of crushed pineapple
  • one bottle of BBQ sauce


  1. Spray your crockpot with non-stick spray {I use vegetable oil}.
  2. Place chicken breasts in the crockpot.
  3. Dump in one can of crushed pineapple {including the juice}.
  4. Pour in one bottle of BBQ sauce.
  5. Cook on LOW 5-6 hours or on HIGH 2-3 hours {until chicken is cooked through}.

I usually serve the Hawaiian BBQ Crockpot Chicken with a side of vegetables and/or rice.


What’s your favorite crockpot “dump and let cook” recipe?