Slow Cooker Bourbon Pulled Chicken Sandwiches

Friday, February 2, 2018
Slow cooker bourbon pulled chicken with hot sauce is a terrific crowd pleaser. I make chicken in the slow cooker often, however this one is always a big hit because of the sauce in it. It's perfect for pot luck, events and is delicious even when prepared ahead of time for the big game parties. The best thing about my slow cooker is everything that's cooked is falls apart tender. The chicken in hot sauce is the perfect buffalo hot sauce sandwich! You can use this also over rice, pasta, baked potatoes and tortilla shells for an over the top taco!



slow cooker pulled chicken sandwich with hot sauce on a bun with blue cheese dressing and sliced sharp cheddar cheese





slow cooker pulled chicken sandwich with hot sauce on a bun with blue cheese dressing and sliced sharp cheddar cheese

The best sandwich in a slow cooker ever!



These Slow Cooker Bourbon Pulled Chicken Sandwiches are popular all over the South. Anywhere we go there is a pulled pork sandwich on the menu. We love using chicken in it's place. Of course you can use pork if you're a diehard pork lover. This chicken pulled apart so easy, if your a wing lovers this was awesome!



Oh, one more thing it didn't heat up the house in this hot weather and everyone loved it during our sports game day get together! Give this one a try you are going to be pleasantly surprised! The best thing on top of this being, tender and over the top delicious is it's easy to make and can feed a large family or gathering at any event or picnic. So the next time you need to feed alot of people you need to get that slow cooker out and start making this inexpensive delicious Slow Cooker Bourbon Pulled Chicken Sandwiches for the gang. You won't be sorry, believe me you will be getting a ton of compliments and they will be asking for your recipe.



Slow Cooker Bourbon Pulled Chicken Sandwiches can be dressed up with blue cheese dressing, bacon crumbled, lettuce, tomatoes, sliced olives, sauteed mushrooms and peppers and you can make a whole topping bar with loads of ideas for toppings or just serve them on toasted garlic rolls or just plain delicious hard rolls. Whatever you decide to add to your sandwich will be a bonus because it's fabulous plain with nothing else!





slow cooker pulled chicken sandwich with hot sauce on a bun with blue cheese dressing and sliced sharp cheddar cheese


slow cooker pulled chicken sandwich with hot sauce on a bun with blue cheese dressing and sliced sharp cheddar cheese



 Slow Cooker Pulled  Chicken in Hot Sauce Sandwiches

Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken with Hot Sauce Sandwiches


instructions:

4 to 6 boneless Chicken Breast
1 can soda root beer, cola or dr. pepper
1 16 oz  bottle of Hot Sauce your favorite
1/2 teaspoon each garlic powder, pepper, parsley
1 bottle blue cheese dressing
sharp cheddar cheese slices
french rolls


In a crockpot place chicken in an oil sprayed crock liner. Pour soda over  all the chicken and place on high for 4 to  hours. After it's fork tender, shredd with two forks, add a  bottle of hot sauce with spices on top of the chicken.
Serve on buns with blue cheese dressing or ranch and sharp cheddar cheese and whatever toppings you love.
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35 comments

  1. I love buffalo chicken...this sounds so easy...I need to use my crockpot more often.

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  2. I also love meat falling apart.It can be so tender:) This is what I call a sandwich:))

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  3. The slow cooker was one of the appliances we left behind when moving from Denver to DC earlier this year. But, I don't miss it. I've got a couple of heavy pots that can simmer on the stove or in the oven forever. The look and sound of your pulled chicken has me wanting to go out to breadfast (it's 8 am here) even though I never eat breakfast.

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  4. Claudia, this is just the thing for football fever folks, be sure to add to the football group at CES, they will love it - it sounds like a feel good, slap-your-mama sammie that I know is going in my line-up this season, along with many of your tail-gating foods... have a happy Sunday...

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  5. You had me with comparing the flavor to wings. Perfect recipe to make for when I am rooting for my Steelers. Bookmarking this for game day.

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  6. I am sitting here looking at slow cooker recipes trying to come up with a good one and you hand me this. I see this recipe in my future.

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  7. I wish I could have this for my dinner! Looks absolutely mouthwatering!

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  8. This is a whole new way to cook the chicken for me. It looks very appetizing ^__^ Bye dear, have a great Sunday

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  9. You always make me hungry;)) This is one awesome lunch!!!

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  10. What a fabulous recipe for this, or any, time of year. Your sandwiches look and sound delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  11. This sounds amazing good! Hubby and I both love hot wings, and seeing your recipe with chicken breasts, is a must try!! =]

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  12. I haven't used my crock pot in a while. I need to get on it! This would be perfect for a crowd during the last days of summer.

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  13. I don't think to use my crockpot in the warm months, but this is a great recipe to enjoy now. I'm bookmarking this one for one DSO's daughter and fiance come over.

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  14. Looks delish....Who doesn't love buffalo chicken?

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  15. My boyfriend would love this.

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  16. Awesome sandwiches, love the spicy kick with the hot sauce and the creamy blue cheese dressing, yum!

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  17. This is brilliant! My husband, who LOVES buf wings will flip for this. Thanks for another great recipe, Claudia!

    ~ Cleo Coyle, author of The Coffeehouse Mysteries Coffeehouse Mystery.com
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  18. I wish I had this for lunch! It looks delicious!

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  19. Oh my. That looks delicious.

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  20. Sounds delicious. I love spicy and I love wings!! Blessings, Catherine xo

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  21. Chicken, Sandwiches, and hot sauce. This sandwich is right up my husband's alley! It looks really tasty! I love using the crockpot for cooking meat! So tender and yummy!

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  22. This looks so amazing. I am so impressed.

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  23. Holy yum! We are hot sauce lovers!! I make pulled chicken with BBQ sauce this way but never with hot sauce. My hubby will LOVE this. Must try soon!

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  24. This sounds amazing! Buffalo chicken on a bun. How cool!!! And definitely going on my go to list.

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  25. Wow this sounds simple, hot and delightful. I like that it doesn't have butter in it. I can't stomach hot wings because the combination of hot sauce and butter makes me feel sick to my stomach. This sounds great for a get together or super bowl party.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  26. Wow! This looks perfect for our upcomming back to school season...a simple crockpot dish that everyone will like!! Yum!

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  27. Slow cookers do a wonderful job on meat and poultry, love the shredded effect. This is great for pot luck or tailgating party. Thanks for sharing!

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  28. Hmm, sounds like something my sons would really go for in a big way!

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  29. This reminds me of buffalo wings with the bleu cheese sauce, I love it. Not sure what the plastic liner is for, but those sandwiches look great. Is that Ciabatta bread rolls? oh boy.

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  30. The crockpot does work magic on meat! This is positively mouth-watering Claudia! xoxo

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  31. Thanks for the great recipe. I love the idea of the crock pot, but don't have many good recipes! This looks like a keeper!

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  32. This recipe comes just in time for football season. I know the guys in my house will be in heaven eating this during the game!

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  33. What a delicious SANDWICHES! I simply cannot wait to try it! Very interesting combination of ingredients. I am saving this recipe for later.

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