This is another super easy crock pot dish that will probably last you days! In total with chicken and all vegetables, it probably costed $18 dollars. But we did use all 6 chicken breast, if you don’t use all of them then you save a bit of money on the dish. Plus this will be being ate for Lunch and Dinner today, and then probably lunch for us tomorrow! These can be ate on hard/soft shell tacos, over a nice bed of rice, or even with tortilla chip as a hearty soup! It is quite diverse in however you would like to serve it!
- 1 full Green Pepper – optional if you or your family does not like green peppers.
- 1/2 chopped onion – can be substituted with onion powder if your family doesn’t like onions.
- 2 packages of taco seasoning (for 6 chicken breasts, if 3 or less one should be fine) – Whichever you prefer, we used two different types.
- 2 cans of diced tomatoes with green chilies – Now if you aren’t a tomato fan and don’t want these in your recipe, you might want to just add a little bit of water into the bottom of your crock pot.
- 1 can of black beans – Again, optional.
- 6 chicken breasts – Now we did 6 because we are planning on eating this for lunch and dinner, can adjust to suit your family.
- Clean and chop vegetables into bite size pieces and open all cans to have them set aside to pour over chicken.
- I sprayed a little Pam around the crock pot to help with nothing getting too baked onto the sides.
- After vegetables are finished, begin cleaning and washing off chicken.
- Line the bottom of the crock pot with cleaned chicken breasts.
- Begin to coat the chicken with your seasonings!
- USE TONGS TO MIX ONTO CHICKEN! I made the mistake of using my hands and after many hand washes, a shower and lotion, my hands still smell like the seasoning, so please don’t make the same mistake as me! HAHA
- After you have finished coating all the chicken breast, now begin to add all of the vegetables.
- Mix together.
- Cook on Low for 6-8 Hours ; I made mine the night before and left it in the cooker all night because I planned to eat mine for Lunch.
- I simply took a regular fork and was able to easily tear the chicken up into shreds!