Crockpot Clean Eating Chicken is so simple to make and you can save the juices for broth in future recipes! You can also save left over chicken and freeze for future use. I like to shred my chicken then portion out into baggies, freeze and use in recipes. This is a great way to save time and money because you do the work once and have an additional ingredient to use in the future.
This is a dump and go crockpot recipe. Simply add all ingredients to the crockpot. Cover with the lid and cook on low 8-10 hours. Remove and serve right away or freeze for later use. Strain the liquid and save for chicken broth in another recipe.
The chicken in this Crockpot Clean Eating Chicken is so full of flavor and easy to prepare. Just add the veggies and chicken, set the slow cooker on low and let it cook all day. You could even put on at night if you need the chicken in the morning for lunches. The possibilities are endless with this clean eating, gluten free recipe! This recipe is also Whole 30 compliant and Keto Friendly.
To make as a freezer meal, combine all the ingredients except water to a freezer safe bag. Place in freezer until ready to use. Let it thaw overnight in fridge when you want to cook it. Add bag of ingredients to slow cooker and add water. Cover with the lid and follow the directions below.
I like to prep this and use it through the week on salad. This is a great way to meal prep. I prepare the Crockpot Clean Eating Chicken on Sunday night and then I have it all week long for healthy lunches. Simply shred the chicken up and serve it with a big salad. Top it with tons of veggies and you have lunch all week long.
I hope you enjoy this Crockpot Clean Eating Chicken Recipe as much as I do. I find it to be a great way to meal prep all week long.
Crockpot Clean Eating Chicken
- 4 chicken breasts
- 1 medium onion quartered
- 4 celery stalks cut into 2 inch pieces
- salt and pepper to season
- 2 cups water
- Add all ingredients to crockpot.
- Cover with lid and cook on low 8-10 hours.
- Remove and serve right away or freeze for later use.
- **Strain liquid and save for chicken broth.
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