Delicious Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken Recipe

Delicious Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken Recipe




You are in for a real treat because your taste buds are going to love this honey chicken recipe. It is absolutely scrumptious!!
It’s perfect for any day, really.
Got a busy day of laundry, dishes and chasing little ones around the house?  This is for you!
Do you have company coming over tonight and need a little extra time to whip up some fun appetizers?  Still perfect!
I hope you love it as much as I do.
( This meal has been taste tested and approved  by many big and little mouths in my house , lol and has gotten  a lot of love and approval  from my  whole family 🙂 )


10  organic chicken thighs
About 12 organic baby red potatoes (Feel free to adjust according to your love for potatoes 😉 )
1 bag of  organic baby carrots
1 pound of organic fresh or frozen green beans (optional)

Marinade Ingredients:

(If you have to run to the store for a few of these spices, I can promise you that it will SO be worth it. You’re gonna want to make this again and you’ll be stocked up for  when you do! 🙂 )

3/4 – 1 cup of raw honey ( Do you like it more or less sweet?)
1/3 cup of fermented soy sauce (this one is gluten free)
4  organic garlic cloves, minced
1 tsp. dried  organic basil
1 tsp. dried organic oregano
1/2 tsp.  organic black pepper
1/4 tsp. organic onion powder
Option if you like a little extra kick)
1/2 tsp.  organic red pepper flakes


So here’s what ya do!

1. Lay all the chicken thighs at the bottom of the slow cooker. (Salt to taste)
2. Pour half of the marinade over the top, evenly coating the chicken.
3. Evenly drop in the potatoes, and the carrots. In that order.
4. Evenly pour the rest of the marinade of the top.

Cook on low for 8 hours, or high for 4 hours. 🙂

(If you chose to use the green beans, wait until the last 30- 45 minutes of cook time to add them on top.)

OPTIONAL: If you like your chicken a little crispy on top, here’s an extra little tidbit that you are going to LOVE.
After your timer goes off for the 8 hours or the 4 hours, pull just the chicken out, give it a little shake and set them on top of a cookie sheet.
Then pop them in your broiler for 3-4 minutes.
Plate them, pour a little of that sweet juice left in your slow cooker on the top and surround with those beautiful veggies.
Wa-lah! Ready to serve 🙂
Don’t be afraid to share or  leave a comment below after you’ve made it! We would love to hear your feedback. 🙂


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