Crock-Pot Tapeworm Covered Chicken

Crock-Pot Tapeworm Covered ChickenFun Halloween Recipe.  My kids were intrigued with this recipe.  They loved the smell of it and were starving when we finally could eat it.  I also made it more kid friendly by serving it with Top Ramen.   They all enjoyed it.

Crock-Pot Tapeworm Covered Chicken
Crock-Pot Tapeworm Covered Chicken
Chicken covered in BBQ sauce with Onions sliced so they look like Tapeworms for your Halloween Party.
Crock-Pot Tapeworm Covered Chicken
Chicken covered in BBQ sauce with Onions sliced so they look like Tapeworms for your Halloween Party.
Crock-Pot Tapeworm Covered Chicken
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Instructions
  1. Spray Crock-Pot with Pam.
  2. Pour a small amount of BBQ Sauce into bottom of Crock-Pot.
  3. Open up Each Chicken thigh and Pour a Small Dab of BBQ sauce into and then re wrap.
  4. Place into Crock-Pot as tightly as you can.
  5. When they have all been placed...Sprinkle with Pepper and Salt.
  6. Put a good Layer of BBQ sauce over Chicken.
  7. Cut Onions long ways, so that they come out as big circles, then cut in half.
  8. Omit the inner parts of the circle as those parts are too small.
  9. I did not use the entire 2 parts of the onions but used the parts that gave me the longest portions.
  10. Place those on top of the chicken.
  11. Put a thin layer of BBQ sauce on the onion.
  12. Cook for 4 hours on high.
  13. When it is done, quickly cook the Top Ramen, omitting the seasoning.
  14. Place the Top Ramen on the serving Dish and carefully spoon on the chicken on top of the Top Ramen.
  15. Scoop up the Onions that are "tapeworms" and place them over the chicken.
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