Crock-Pot green chile pulled chicken

Jacob and I have been meal prepping a bit and were trying to think of a different/easy way to make chicken. We basically grabbed some staple taco items and our Crock-Pot and waa-lah "Crock-Pot green chile pulled chicken," it is. This recipe is delectable and I had a lot of people asking for it, so I hope you all enjoy. It's SO easy and has me wondering, why don't I use my Crock-Pot more often? Very little clean up + you can still get your Sunday errands done = perfect way to wrap up the weekend. This recipe makes A LOT, so you can easily half it.

[quick shoutout to my Crock-Pot]


4 lbs. chicken breasts

4 green bell peppers

2 jalapeños

2 poblano peppers

1 yellow onion

1 packet taco seasoning

1 can chicken broth

1 can whole kernel sweet corn

1 can diced fire-roasted tomatoes

2 cups chopped green chiles



1. Slice the green peppers, jalapeños, poblano peppers, onion and green chiles (unless you're using canned).

2. Pour chicken broth in Crock-Pot, then put chicken in and pour taco seasoning over the chicken

3. Add sliced green peppers, onion, diced tomatoes (undrained), jalapeños and poblano peppers

4. Put your Crock-Pot on low and cook for about 8 hours

5. Pull the chicken with two forks and let it soak up the broth flavors

6. Drain the broth then add corn and green chiles

7. Stir, serve and/or put it in containers for lunch or dinners for your week

For a burrito bowl: add Mexican rice & black beans

For a taco: throw it in a tortilla

Top with salsa, guacamole and/or sour cream. P.S. I have been on a major sour cream kick, I want it on EVERYTHING. This could be dangerous. Also, this would be heavenly with some queso poured over top of it! Oh. My. Gosh.

Enjoy, y'all! xxo

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