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** Slow Cooker Cola Chicken

Slow Cooker Cola Chicken

  • Cooking Time:

    6 hours on LOW
  • Servings:

    5

Ingredients

4-6 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 onion, sliced
1 can of cola (I like Coke)
1 c. ketchup
1 tsp. worcestershire sauce
Salt and Pepper to taste

Chicken is a family favorite, and when I serve Slow Cooker Cola Chicken, we are always happy! We like this as a meal over rice and my husband likes to add soy sauce.  How do you like your Cola Chicken?

  1. Place chicken into a 4-5 quart slow cooker.
  2. Add Salt & Pepper to your taste.
  3. Top with onion.
  4. Add remaining ingredients.
  5. Stir to combine all ingredients.
  6. Cover & Crock on Low for 6 hours.
  7. Serve chicken over rice and top with sauce from slow cooker.

Happy Crocking!

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Crock Pot Cola Chicken

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Anthony
Anthony
7 years ago

This looks so delicious. I am making it tonight!

Jen
Jen
7 years ago

I’m making this again tonight – made it last week and turned out really well! The first time EVER that my chicken breasts were not dry!

Melanie
Melanie
7 years ago

I use the coke/ketsup sauce with pork chops and serve with mashed potatoes and green beans. I’ve been cooking this for my family for 30 years. It’s one of our favorite comfort food meals. P

Mandy
Mandy
7 years ago

Making this for dinner tonight…making BBQ chicken sandwiches and french fries!! I ended up using Root Beer because that’s all I had…thinking it should still be yummy!!

Brie
7 years ago
Reply to  Mandy

Just wondering how it turned out with the Root Beer instead of Cola? It sounds like it would be yummy!

Michelle
Michelle
6 years ago
Reply to  Mandy

I love root beer! How was it?

Sarah
Sarah
7 years ago

Has anyone tried it with drumsticks? Just wondering how that would work instead of breasts.

irene
irene
7 years ago

how many chicken breast do i use and I need to boil it right

Katie
7 years ago

Hey! I am super excited about my brand new crockpot and for this recipe! I’ve never used a crock before, and when I got put in charge of a dinner for a crowd on Tuesday (tomorrow) night, I made the decision to make this for the main dish! The problem is, I need to feed more people than what 1.5 lb of chicken breasts will feed. I got enough chicken, and plan on cutting it smaller before adding it to the crock. But my question is, should I double/triple the cola/ketchup and time? Or just the ingredients? I can’t wait… Read more »

Katie
7 years ago
Reply to  Jenn Bare

Thank you so much for the advice! As a first time crocker, I’m a bit nervous, but I am sure it’ll all come out great 🙂 I’ll have to let you know – ALSO, may I link to your recipe from my blog? I wanted to blog about my first crock experience!

Andi
Andi
7 years ago

Hmm.. Smells good. I have yet to taste, but it didn’t come out the photo. There’s quite a bit watery? I don’t know? It’s on low since the morning… hopefully I’ll come home to something prettier.

Katie
7 years ago
Reply to  Andi

Hey! Mine is really watery too… I have an hour and 44 minutes left on the timer, and it just began to boil – I chose to set the timer for 8 hours instead of 6 since I tripled the ingredients. We shall see!

Is it possible to take the lid off at the end and try to let the water evaporate out? I’ve never crocked before.

Katie
7 years ago

Turned out PERFECT!!!! Thanks for the recipe. Can’t wait to try more from Get Crocked!

Teresa
Teresa
7 years ago

This recipe looks good, but my huband HATES ketchup (with a passion) could I use a cup of BBQ or tomato sauce as a substitute?

Karina
Karina
7 years ago

Hi I’m using thin sliced breasts does that make a difference in time? Also what if I needed to cook on high setting how much time then? Thank you!

Debbie
Debbie
7 years ago

For the cola, does it matter if it is regular or diet??

Tiffany Kappel
Tiffany Kappel
7 years ago

I made this recipe Thursday for my family. Everyone loved it including my 6 year old son who is very picky. Thanks for sharing.

Gregg
Gregg
7 years ago

I just found your site and I’m loving it. I’ve been crocking for about 4 months now and I have been looking for a place with new recipes and ideas. I’m making the chicken and dumplings (your recipe) tonight for the first time and am looking forward to making the cola chicken next week. It sounds wonderful. Thanks!

Kiran Damania
7 years ago

I just tried this recipe – it is so GOOD! Loved it! Made a BBQ sandwich and paired it with a few sides. Very tasty & the slow cooked chicken is super moist! Thank you for posting this; can’t wait to try more of your recipes!

Amber
Amber
7 years ago

Could this be all mixed together, frozen, then cooked later? I’m not sure if the cola would mess with the texture of the chicken if frozen. Has anyone tried this?

jessie
jessie
7 years ago

I have a bag of frozen, chopped onion – could I use that instead of the sliced, fresh onion?

Sue
Sue
7 years ago

Absolutely delicious, easy and inexpensive!

Danielle
Danielle
7 years ago

Can you cook this on high temp?

Tom
Tom
7 years ago

Do the chicken has to be frozen or thawed ?

justina
justina
7 years ago

I have a question…does the c stand for cup or can?

Cheryl
Cheryl
7 years ago

I make this alot for my family and i shred the chicken after its cooked in the crock all day, then throw the shredded chicken back into the sauce, simmer for about 20 mins more and serve. Its absolutely yummy and my family loves it! Better than sloppy joes because its made with chicken!

carolyn
carolyn
7 years ago

How do you print the recipes? I don’t see a space that says print recipe.

Would someone email me at fcwilliams904@gmail

Holly
Holly
7 years ago

Has anyone ever tried it with Mountain Dew?

rachel
rachel
7 years ago

Could you use a whole chicken with this recipe?

Shayna
6 years ago
Reply to  Jenn Bare

I would like to make this using a whole chicken as well, but how long would I cook it for, on both low or high???…my whole chicken is thawed and weighs close to six pounds….any feedback would be helpful. Thanks!!

lois
lois
6 years ago

just wondering if this can be cooked on HIGH, and for how long … i just bought my first crock pot (yes this is my first recipe 🙂 ) and it says not to cook on low setting or keep on low (warm) for more than 4 hours.

… confused! help!

thank you!!!

Kimberly
Kimberly
6 years ago

Do you have a suggestion for a subsitute for the onion that would still give it the flavor? My husband has an allergy to onions. Thanks

David R.
David R.
6 years ago

Hey, I have been trying your recipes for a couple months now and they have all been great! Today I am trying the cola chicken for the first time. This is the first time I am doubling the recipe though, my question is does that mean I need to double the cooking time or should I cook it on high? Thank you.

Jo
Jo
6 years ago

I made this last week-end and unfortunately my chicken came out dry. Did it cook for too long? I did have it cook for 8 hours. Any suggestions?

krystle
krystle
6 years ago

Help do i cook the chicken first if sooooo how

Christine
Christine
6 years ago

Absolutely delicious! I just made it this w/ chicken thighs. O.M.G. Easy & inexpensive. It’s sure to be a go to in the future.

Chelsee
Chelsee
6 years ago

I’m looking into purchasing a new crock pot what one do you recommend ?? Can’t wait to try all these recipes. Thanks in advance!

Chelsee
Chelsee
6 years ago
Reply to  Jenn Bare

Thank you!!!

Lori
Lori
6 years ago

I made it with bone in frozen chicken breasts. I made white rice as a side and poured some of the “sauce” the chicken cooked in over the rice….OMG SOOO GOOD!! Tender and flavorful!

London
London
6 years ago

I am making this for dinner tonight! I threw in some peppers and I am using cherry coke instead of regular coke! I am planning on serving with scalloped potatoes 🙂 I’ll let everyone know how it turns out!

ELAINE
ELAINE
6 years ago

If you double the chicken would you recommend using another full can of cola?

Cindy
6 years ago

How do I mark this (and other) recipes to show up on my “favorites” list on my phone app I have downloaded? 🙂

Hannah
Hannah
6 years ago

I made this recipe in my crock pot for dinner. And I have to say it turned out GREAT! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe

Tricia
Tricia
6 years ago

I’ve done this before, but with bbq sauce instead of ketchup. Turned out great! I even served it to company and got compliments on it. 🙂

Lee I.
Lee I.
6 years ago

FYI – it is never recommended to wash chicken. First, it spreads bacteria all over your kitchen. Secondly, water dilutes flavor. If you cook it according to directions and recommended temperature (165• F) you don’t need to worry about harmful bacteria.

Dnise
Dnise
6 years ago

How many does this serve? 1 piece of chicken breast per person?

Kim Honeycutt
Kim Honeycutt
6 years ago

I just love simple crock pot recipes. This sounds good to me. Pined it to try!

Tsoto
Tsoto
6 years ago

Love love love this recipe. And so do kids, 3,5,8 10.
Made it first time with pork roast, was great. We love it on Hawaiian sweet bread rolls! Sooo easy

Laura
Laura
6 years ago

Does it contain caffeine or does it get cooked out (like alcohol in wine)? I have a one year old and I don’t give her caffeine. Maybe I should buy caffeine free coke? This recipe sounds yummy!

Michelle
5 years ago

Is there any good way to cut a crock pot recipe in half? I am just cooking for myself.

Emerald
Emerald
5 years ago

Disappointing. 2/5 stars. The moisture was all right but the flavor was uninspiring. The sauce itself was watery and lumpy, nothing like the beautiful glaze in the picture.

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