Tasty Crock Pot Hawaiian Chicken Recipe


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It seems like Chicken is a huge staple in many families household. This Crock Pot Hawaiian Chicken recipe is a quick and easy dinner with things you have on hand already and will serve your whole family. 

Crock Pot Hawaiian Chicken

Author: Southern Cali Saver

Prep time: 10 mins

Cook time: 6 hours

Total time: 6 hours 10 mins


  • 1 Lb Chicken
  • 2 Cups BBQ Sauce
  • 1 Onion Chopped
  • 1 Can Crushed Pineapple
  • 1 tbsp Honey


  1. Place Chicken and Onions in Crockpot
  2. In a mixing Bowl combine BBQ Sauce, Pineapple including juice and honey
  3. Pour mixture on top of chicken and onions
  4. Cook on low for 6 hours
And that’s your Chicken crock pot recipe, serve and enjoy at dinner. 

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  • Katie says:

    Thank you for posting all of your great recipe ideas…we have tried almost every one of them, and they have ALL become family favorites!!!

  • Theresa Wimer says:

    Do you put the chicken in whole or cubed?

  • Lynda says:

    Mmmmm….This looks delish! Thanks!

  • Charlotte says:

    Josie, what size pineapple can do you use? I happen to have an 8oz and a 20 oz. Big difference. Was putting it in now. Help! Thanks.

  • LD says:

    If by any chance anyone reading this happens to own the Hamilton Beach 6Qt Set & Forget model 33862 (the one with the cooking probe)- I’d be most grateful if you could glance at the book and tell me if it lists the coutry of manufacture for the stoneware pot, for this specific model.

    I’d like to buy a crock pot and am looking at a couple of Hamilton Beach models, but would like to know where the stoneware on the particular model was manufactured first. HB corporate closed at 1:30 pm Pacific. I don’t want to buy one before I can check & I don’t want to wait until Monday to ask HB. I’m sure the stores would not appreciate me opening the taped up boxes before I purchase one.

    The HB website has 2 different answers regarding lead in their stoneware liners. One question answers “NO” to lead. The other answer is a disclaimer specifically regarding the liners manufactured in China. I’ve been waiting for years for someone to manufacture a reliable cooker with a stainless steel insert (not interested in the aluminum inserts either). In the meantime, I am hopeful for a unit with a simple “no” (on lead and cadmium) versus “acceptable limits” in that regard.

    Thanks in advance!

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