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**Clean Eating Slow Cooker Italian Chicken

Clean Eating Slow Cooker Italian Chicken

  • Cooking Time:

    7 hours on Low
  • Servings:

    10–12

Ingredients

4 lbs. bone­less, skin­less chick­en breasts
5 medi­um toma­toes, chopped
1 onion, chopped
3 T. gar­lic, minced
2 T. toma­to paste
2 T. olive oil
1 T. hon­ey
2 T. Ital­ian Sea­son­ing
1/4 — 1 tsp. red pep­per flakes
1 tsp. sea salt
1 tsp. black pep­per

This Clean Eat­ing Slow Cook­er Ital­ian Chick­en is a super easy meal that you can feel good about feed­ing to your fam­i­ly.  It’s packed with fresh ingre­di­ents and has enough fla­vor that you can eat alone, over sal­ad, or over your favorite rice.  Enjoy!

  1. Mix all ingre­di­ents (except chick­en) togeth­er and mix for about 30 sec­onds until ingre­di­ents are mixed well.
  2. Place chick­en breasts and sauce in crock; cov­er and Crock on LOW heat for 7 hours.
  3. Shred chick­en with 2 forks. Let chick­en absorb sauce and crock for anoth­er 30 mins. to 1 hour on LOW.
  4. Serve with your favorite pas­ta or quinoa.

Option­al: Add any fresh veg­eta­bles to this dish it will only make it bet­ter!

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Clean Italian Chicken - Nutrition

Jenn Bare is a Mom, Chef & the Crock-Pot® Girl. She hosts a weekly "Mom Monday" segment on ABC-15 in Phoenix. Jenn is the founder of GetCrocked, the #1 resource for slow cooking with over 1.5 million online followers. She innovates recipes daily with her favorite tool in the kitchen, the Crock-Pot® slow cooker.

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E Janet Fellin

sounds great. I will try this.

Tina
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Tina

do you chop the toma­toes???

Amy
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Amy

Def­i­nite­ly going to try this!

Jan
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Jan

How many does this serve?

Kristi
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Kristi

Sounds deli­cious! Look­ing for­ward to try­ing it! Is sea salt required, or can table salt be sub­sti­tut­ed?

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jean
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jean

I’m going to try this soon

Rachael
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Rachael

Jenn, thank you for these clean eat­ing recip­ies!!! I love cook­ing with my crock pot and I am start­ing the 3–1-2–1 clean eat­ing diet next week. Thank you!

eileena
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eileena

whats the dif­fer­ence between sea salt and table salt? also, my fam­i­ly aren’t huge on gar­lic and the last recipe i used called for way too much. can i use a lit­tle gar­lic pow­der instead? how much should i use?

teri
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teri

i have ques­tions on this recipe and every oth­er chick­en recipe i got from you… do you use frozen or thawed chick­en.… does froze chick­en cook at the same rate as thawed does in these recipes?

Rubi
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Rubi

Hi Teri!

I am from the Nether­lands, Europe. In the ingre­di­ents list there is stat­ed eg: 1 T. red pep­per flakes
1 tsp. sea salt

tsp = tea­spoon?
T= table­spoon?

Thanks! Cheers Rubi

Janessa Davis
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Janessa Davis

When you say Ital­ian sea­son­ing? What sea­son­ing is that? Or is it the same as ital­ian dress­ing?

Lee
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Lee

Just won­der­ing.. what makes the fat grams so high in this recipe? Sounds amaz­ing, but I don’t see any­thing that would push the fat grams over 14 grams..

Lee
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Lee

must be the olive oil.. sil­ly me

Deanna
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Deanna

This is deli­cious!
I want­ed to try to make it in a short­er time frame- is it pos­si­ble to cook it on high? For how long do you rec­om­mend?

Christopher
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Christopher

It says to blend the ingre­di­ents, do you mean to actu­al­ly blend them using a blender or food proces­sor? Or do you mean just to mix them by hand?

Sunny
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Sunny

I love this recipe! We had a healthy potluck par­ty at work & this was a hit. It was easy to make & absolute­ly deli­cious! Thank you.

Nikki
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Nikki

Could I elim­i­nate the oil to cut calo­ries?

Adriana
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Adriana

Hi! Does the cook­ing time need to be adjust­ed if I make a small­er por­tion? Don’t want it to over­cook since there’s less to cook! Thanks.

Jennifer
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Jennifer

This was so easy and every­one loved it! And lots of good left-overs. My hus­band is putting it on a roll tomor­row for lunch. Thank you!

Tara
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Tara

Could you use canned toma­toes instead of fresh? I

Michele
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Michele

Was this a lit­tle on the spicy side? I did let it sit on warm and maybe it got spicer as it sat? Maybe I’ll try less red pep­per flakes next time

tERESA
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tERESA

Has any­one tried adding more veg­is? Would like to add as many as pos­si­ble. Think­ing of Green or Red Pep­pers? But would love to hear what oth­ers have tried.

Linda
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Linda

I have a 6 qt. if I dou­ble the recipe do I increase the time?

Ginny
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Ginny

We loved this recipe. It was a bit to spicy for my fam­i­ly so we will def­i­nite­ly leave out the pep­per next time. We have a ton of left­overs — can you give me some more sug­ges­tions for what to do with them?

Marie
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Marie

Worked great for me though yes, I felt it was on the spicy side

Christina
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Christina

Hi Jenn,

Could I leave out the toma­to paste? I hate to buy a can and not use all of it.

Claire
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Claire

I just put this on. after I mixed it all up I real­ized I added a can of toma­to paste rather than just the 2 tbs…will it ruin it?

Claire
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Claire

Just want­ed to let you know the recipe came out great. The whole fam­i­ly loved it!

Cindy
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Cindy

how do I mark this (and oth­er) recipe to show up on my favorites list? Espe­cial­ly on my phone app 🙂

Yaya
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Yaya

So good and ready to shred 2 hours ear­li­er which was per­fect. Served over penned pas­ta and we all loved it. Thanks!

Yaya
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Yaya

I meant penne

Michelle
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Michelle

approx. how many bone­less skin­less chick­en breasts do i need for the slow cook­er clean eat­ing Ital­ian chick­en?

Stacy
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Stacy

Mak­ing this for the 2nd time tomor­row, it was a HUGE hit first go round. I served it on flat-bread with a lit­tle sprin­kle of cheese.…some dipped in ranch, some left as is. Smells great while cook­ing and so easy. Thanks a bunch!

Wrena
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Wrena

Oh my gosh I only used 1/2 tea­spoon of the red pep­per flakes instead of the 1 table­spoon and it’s got a kick to it which is fine for me but my kids couldn’t tol­er­ate it. Next time im going to have to omit that entire­ly. Oth­er­wise the fla­vor is great.

Fred
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Fred

Can you cook the pas­ta in the crock dur­ing the extra 30 to 1 hour time, or is it bet­ter to cook sep­a­rate and then add?

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Melissa
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Melissa

What if I wan­na cook on high.. how long should it cook for?

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[…] Din­ner: Clean Eat­ing Slow Cook­er Ital­ian Chick­en and a sal­ad. This was okay but my fam­i­ly didn’t like it so I prob­a­bly won’t make it again. […]

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[…] Lunch: Left­over  Clean Eat­ing Slow Cook­er Ital­ian Chick­en and grapes. […]

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