Crock-Pot Pizza Chicken

Crock-Pot Pizza Chicken
Crock-Pot Pizza Chicken
Love chicken? Love pizza? Make this easy Crock-Pot Pizza Chicken and your family will be asking for seconds!
Crock-Pot Pizza Chicken
Love chicken? Love pizza? Make this easy Crock-Pot Pizza Chicken and your family will be asking for seconds!
Crock-Pot Pizza Chicken
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Instructions
  1. Place chicken breasts in crock-pot.
  2. Add other ingredients except rice, water and cheese.
  3. Stir.
  4. Cook on low for 6-8 hours.
  5. For last half an hour, turn up to high and add rice and water, stirring so rice is covered.
  6. Serve with shredded mozarella cheese sprinkled on top of chicken.
Recipe Notes

You can add vegetables you might like on pizza as well like mushrooms, peppers, olives. If you are nervous about cooking rice in the crock-pot, you can always cook that on the stove. Just omit that step. Leftover chicken is great shredded the next day in a sandwich bun or over rice or pasta. Don't overcook or your chicken will get dry! When cooked correctly, the chicken should be moist and easy to shred.

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    • Lady Tara says

      Hi Kim!
      Because when you cook the rice that long in the crock-pot it does not turn out well. A half an hour or so on high is all it needs. Same thing with pasta -you don’t want to cook that even on low for 6 or 8 hours.
      Thanks for stopping by!
      Tara

  1. says

    Going to try the crockpot pizza chicken however I am going to cook it on high because it’s almost noon and I want it for supper. Thank you for all the grand recipes …

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