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Wednesday, June 14, 2023

Crockpot Chicken and Baked Beans

Sizzle and Saucy: Crockpot Delight for Your July 4th Shenanigans!  

Hey there culinary rebels!  Are you ready to bring some serious flavor and brass to your July 4th celebrations?  Forget about the same old boring hamburgers and hotdogs -  it's time time to elevate your game with a sizzling crockpot recipe that will leave everyone begging for seconds.  Grab your chicken breasts, baked beans, onion, and hot dogs because we're about to turn up the heat and ignite your taste buds!

Picture this: the sun is shining, the grill is fired up, and the scent of freedom is in the air.  But this year, we're taking a detour from the usual grilling routine.  Say hello to the saucy crockpot recipe that will steal the show and have Uncle Sam dancing with delight.  

Let's kick things off with the superstar of the show - the chicken breasts.  Choose the juiciest, most tender ones you can find.  Give them a little pep talk about their destiny in this finger-licking dish.  Season them with your favorite spice (salt & pepper for me), add a sprinkle of sass, and toss them into the crockpot.  It's time to let those flavors mingle and work their magic! 

Next up, we're bringing in the baked beans.  Don't settle for ordinary beans - go for the bold and flavorful variety (we used Bush's Country Style).  Whether you like them tangy, smoky, or sweet, find a canned version that makes your taste buds do a happy dance.  Pour those beans right into the crockpot, letting them mingle with the chicken, creating a symphony of flavors that will have your guests swooning.  

On to the onion - the unsung hero that adds a touch of sass to any dish.  Dice it up, toss it in, and watch as it infuses its distinctive taste into the mix.  The onion brings that perfect balance, adding depth and character to our dish, reminding us that even the smallest ingredients can pack a punch.  

Now, let's talk hotdogs.  These beloved classics are getting a saucy makeover today.  Slice them into bite-sized pieces and let them join the party in the crockpot.  They will add a smoky, savory twist to this dish, giving it that extra kick that will make everyone's taste buds tingle with excitement. 

As the flavors meld together and the aroma fills your kitchen, you'll feel like a culinary magician, but let's not get too hasty - we're not done.  Pop the lid on that crockpot, set it to low, and let it work its magic for a few hours.  Go about your business, attend those July 4th shenanigans, and let the slow cooking process create a masterpiece that will make you the star of the party.

When the time comes to serve this sizzling creation, prepare for applause and a stampede of hungry guests.  Spoon generous portions onto plates, garnish with diced onions, and a bit of Italian seasoning (because presentation matters, darling), and watch as jaws drop and taste buds ignite.  

So my friend, it's time to ditch the predictable and embrace the sizzle and sass of this crockpot delight.  Celebrate July 4th with a dish that will make fireworks go off in your mouth.  This chicken, baked beans, onion, and hotdog presentation will have Uncle Sam himself saluting your culinary expertise. Get ready to bring the heat, the flavor, and the deliciousness to your holiday celebrations - because life is too short for dull and ordinary! 

Now let's get hopping my friends, and create a July 4th feast that will go down in history.  Happy Independence Day, and may your sizzling crockpot creation make you the star of the holiday barbecue!  Did I mention how easy this recipe is?  So easy, and with a few additions, you can make this recipe your own!   

Crockpot Chicken And Baked Beans 

  1. 1 28 oz can baked beans
  2. 2 chicken breasts, halved
  3. 1 package hotdogs, sliced
  4. Salt & Pepper to taste 
  5. 1/2 onion, diced, save some back for garnish to sprinkle over dish
  6. Italian Seasoning for garnish 

  • Set crockpot to low setting
  • Place chicken breasts or tenders into crockpot
  • Add baked beans, onion, and hotdogs
  • Cook on low for 8 hours or until piping hot and chicken is no longer pink
  • Garnish and serve 

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  1. This looks devine! I have added it to my menu list.

    1. Ahh, I hope you like it Wendy. My husband thought those hotdogs needed added and so we went with it for the 4th!