Peach Barbeque Chicken

By Holly Giles | Kitchen


Peach Barbeque Chicken

Peach barbeque chicken has become a favorite quick weeknight meal for my family. The crockpot is a lifesaver when I am working during the week. I can throw all the ingredients in before I leave, and dinner is made when I get home.

I use frozen chicken thighs or breasts. Depending on what I have available in the freezer or fresh. I have also used apricot jam and orange marmalade in a pinch.  I discovered Duke’s barbeque sauce, which I use most often. However, as a mama knows, add whatever you have on hand!

A slow cooker can be a lifesaver for homemakers at any stage of life. Busyness comes in all forms or just times when you want a good meal but don’t have the energy to spend the time preparing it. I keep two sizes of slow cookers and use both regularly. Visit my recommendations for quick meal preparation.

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Peachy Barbeque Chicken

Ingredients

  • 2 Pounds Chicken thighs (approximately 6)
  • 1/2 Cup Peach preserves or jam
  • 1/2 Cup BBQ sauce
  • salt and pepper to taste

Instructions

  • Place chicken breast in slow cooker crockpot. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  • In small bowl, combine peach preserves and barbecue sauce.
  • Pour all peach barbecue glaze all over the chicken. Cook on low heat for 4 hours or until temperature reaches 165 degrees.
  • Shred chicken with forks and enjoy!

Steamed broccoli or brussel sprouts is what I add as a vegetable. Rice or potatoes goes well with the peach barbeque chicken. Try my skillet bread if you have a little more time. This recipe is perfect for the busy mom. I call this made from scratch at its best when the week turns to chaos. I know I can get a good hearty meal on the table with little preparation and time in the kitchen.

A good barbeque dish in Florida is worth its weight in gold. I love this one because I don’t have to fire up the grill and sweat my entire daily water intake while cooking it. Enjoy!


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About the Author

Holly is an author, storyteller, and Florida Master Naturalist who loves to share heritage skills taught to her by her grandmothers. Florida has been her family home for generations and preserving that lifestyle for the future is her goal. Holly enjoys coming alongside women to share skills and help them discover their own natural gifts and talents.

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