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2012-07-10 04.46.57a

Having a toddler and a teething almost six month old, I have very little time to prepare a nice, nutritious dinner for the family. This is why I LOVE my crock pot. I can put my meat and veggies in the pot and have dinner 4-6 hours later! I love this roasted crock pot chicken!

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Crock Pot Roasted Chicken Recipe
Recipe type: Crock Pot
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Cook time: 
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Serves: 6
 
This crock pot roasted chicken is quick, easy, nutritious and delicious. It is nice and moist and the meat falls off the bone.
Ingredients
  • 1 whole chicken, remove giblets and neck and use for stock
  • 1 onion, white or yellow
  • 6-8 cloves garlic (sub 1-2 Tbsp Garlic Powder)
  • 1 tsp Thyme
  • 1 tsp Rosemary
  • 1 tsp Sage
  • 1 tsp Tarragon
  • ½ tsp Salt
  • ½ tsp Pepper
Instructions
  1. Remove the chicken from the package, removing neck and giblets for use in stock and rinse chicken in cold water.
  2. Roughly chop onion and stuff it into the cavity of the chicken.
  3. Slice garlic cloves and insert between the skin and the meat of the chicken.
  4. Combine seasoning and rub onto the chicken.
  5. Place everything in the Crock pot on high for 4-6 hours. It should be done cooking in 4 hours but the longer it cooks the more tender it will be.

Throw in veggies of your choice when you are cooking then dinner is done! So simple. 

What are your favorite simple crock pot recipes? Share them in the comments or on Simple Meals Friday! 

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23 Responses to “Roasted” Crock Pot Chicken Recipe and Simple Meals Blog Hop!

  1. Wow ! the recipe looks yummy and tempting.Thanks for sharing this easy-looking recipe. I MIGHT try it sometime soon :)

  2. Bex says:

    Thank you so much for featuring my recipe! And I’m glad it was enjoyed. Sometimes the best recipes are the simplest!

  3. I’m glad to see you started a new blog hop, Amanda! This week I shared my Chile Relleno Egg Casserole recipe. It’s GAPS legal. : )

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  5. I hope my recipe qualifies! It’s a little bit of chopping then it all goes in the oven for an hour and it comes out delicious, I’d eat it every day!

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  8. Your crock pot chicken looks delicious. I like the idea of putting the onion inside the chicken to flavour it.

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  12. Just got this in the crockpot! I had room to put a couple sweet potatoes along side the chicken which my kids love. Also, I trimmed a bit of the fat off and it loosened up the skin so I slid a couple onion pieces between the skin and the breast. I can’t wait for dinner now!! And the best part is I will have a healthy dinner for my family and time to hang out with the kiddos after school, yeah!
    Thanks for the awesome recipe.

  13. Chesney Mariani says:

    Hey I was wondering if there needed to be any chicken broth in there.. it feels like that maybe it won’t be moist enough.. i’ve never done this before so I’m just checking

    • Amanda says:

      Nope! The crock pot lets the juices from the onion and the chicken release and it self marinates the chicken. You can add other root veggies to the mix and have a bout a cup of delicious pre-broth at the end too! This is actually very moist.

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  16. Jan Bell says:

    Like the look of this crockpot chicken dinner but it is unwise to wash chicken before cooking. ….. The United States Department of Agriculture advises against the practice of rinsing poultry or meat before cooking it. The problem is that when you rinse raw chicken, you’re allowing the bacteria that is present on the surface of the poultry to spread to everything else that’s nearby — including sink and counter surfaces, kitchen utensils and any other foods that might be within spattering range of the rinsing water.

    And as the USDA also points out, any bacteria present on the chicken’s surface will be destroyed if you cook the poultry properly and thoroughly.

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