RECIPE: CROCK-POT SHREDDED CHICKEN
This shredded chicken is one of my go-to batch prep recipes because it is so quick and easy to make and can be prepared on Sunday to last you a whole week of meals. You can use it in salads or wraps for lunches or add it to any dinner recipe that calls for chicken.
You can find this recipe, along with 6 different dinners and lunches that use this shredded chicken as the main ingredient, in the Everyday Macros Cookbook located inside The Good Stuff.
PREP TIME: 10 minutes || COOK TIME: 6 hours || Makes 20 servings
WHAT YOU NEED:
2250g boneless, skinless chicken breast, raw, trimmed (about 5 lbs.)
100g lime juice (juice from 2 large limes)
3 TBSP. favorite chicken seasoning (Sonny Salt, Trader Joe’s Chili Lime or 21 Seasoning Salute all work great)
WHAT TO DO:
Put chicken breasts in large mixing bowl. Squeeze lime juice and add seasoning. Mix until chicken breasts are well coated.
Place chicken breasts in the crockpot and set to cook on low for 6 hours (or high 3-4 hours). It’s done when you can pull it apart with a fork.
Don’t worry about there not being any liquid in the crockpot to start out; the chicken will create its own broth as it cooks
Remove chicken from the crockpot and put in a large container. Using tongs or two forks shred the meat (it should break apart very easily). Store in an airtight container in the fridge to use throughout the week.
MACROS PER 100g SERVING: 30P/3.5F/0C (157 CALORIES)
You can find the recipe in the MyFitnessPal database by searching
“KLN Recipe Crock-Pot Shredded Chicken”
This recipe is from our latest cookbook, Everyday Macros. The goal of our Everyday Macros cookbook is to share the behind-the-scenes of our weekly meal prep routine by providing our favorite basic recipes along with meal prep and batch prep tips to help you prepare an entire week of meals with just one short grocery list.
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