Sometimes You Need Simplicity.

I finished up my third 12 hour shift for this week at the hospital, so now I have a little more time to write. Yay! I think about all these things I want to say but I don’t have time to blog while I’m working so by the time I get the chance to I forget what I wanted to talk about.

I went grocery shopping this morning after I got off work (see receipt below, Yay again!), and got a really good deal on boneless skinless chicken breasts for $2.99/lb. I eat my fair share of chicken breasts, so I stocked up.

Tim has been craving this recipe for Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Sandwhiches for a couple of weeks now since he ran across it on All Recipes one night. I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to make it. You know I love me a crockpot recipe! But the wing sauce that we had was Thai flavored and I had forgotten that. I didn’t know if that would be good or not and I definitely wasn’t going back to the grocery store, so I decided to do something different.

Instead I made shredded bbq chicken. This is hands-down the easiest thing I’ve ever cooked (can you even call it “cooking”?). Two ingredients – chicken breasts and barbeque sauce. It doesn’t get simpler than that. I cooked the breasts on low in the sauce for about 6 hours and then shredded it and served it on hamburger buns with some veggies.

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I can’t believe I haven’t done this before! It was the easiest thing ever and it was DELICIOUS! I think I’m going to use the leftover meat to make BBQ Chicken Pizzas tomorrow for lunch. That will be another first for me. I’m loving the simplicity!

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