Crockpot Lemon Chicken

Need a new dinner idea?  Maybe this will help.  Lately it seems we are in the need for dinners on the go that frequently can be eaten by people at varying times throughout the evenings.  Our goal is family dinner but on Wed. particularly between Scouts and dance this just doesn’t happen.  So we turn to the trusty crock pot in hopes that everyone gets a warm meal.

We the miracle of the lemons last week so I decided to try out a new recipe. (Miracle of the lemons you ask?  Let me explain . . .)

I was making oodles of cookies for a wedding reception and we were going to be cutting it close (or so I thought) with what they brought me.  So I picked up a couple at the store as a back up.  Little did I know that those lemons were magic and they went farther than I have EVER had lemons go while making cookies.  They weren’t very big but they did turn out to be exceedingly juicy!  Due to this interesting occurrence we were left with extra lemons.

With a little help from Pinterest I found a recipe for Lemon Chicken at The Singing Chef everyonebut the youngest munchkin was a fan and to be honest he wouldn’t even take a bite!

Crockpot Lemon Chicken

from : The Singing Chef


  • 4 TBS butter
  • 3-4 Frozen chicken breasts
  • 1 package of Italian Seasoning
  • 2 lemons
  • Rice

1.) Melt butter and place in bottom of crock pot

2.)  Add chicken

3.) Sprinkle Italian Seasoning over Chicken

4.)  Juice your lemons and pour over Chicken

5.)  Cook on low for 6-8 hours

6.) Shred the chicken

7.) Serve chicken with juices over a bed of rice.

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