Sometimes you just have to give yourself a break…from the kitchen. Enter the crock pot!
Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps, by SkinnyTaste.com, is a recipe that’s sat untouched in my old school recipe box for awhile now, but boy am I glad I used it this week. Have you ever had one of those incredibly busy weeks? I just talked to a mom who was busy trying to run a business, rush her kids to and from activities, and be a doting wife. She’s a superwoman! But, let’s be real. Moms like her, like you, need a break from hovering over a stove.
This recipe is as easy as dropping items in the crock pot, setting it on high for four hours, and walking away! Ah, I love the digital “ding!” of my crockpot’s timer when dinner is done and so will you.
For this savory recipe you will need three chicken boneless, skinless chicken breasts, celery, onion, garlic, chicken broth, and Frank’s hot sauce. After the crock pot “dings!” you’ll want to remove the chicken and place it in a bowl so you can shred it using two forks. Afterward, add it back to the crockpot and add in the Frank’s hot sauce, mix again, and turn to the warm setting.
When you’re ready to plate, simply tear large leaves of Bibb lettuce and put them face up on a plate. Pile a heap of buffalo chicken, shredded carrots, and sliced celery. A lover of bright colors, I also added thinly sliced red cabbage. Oh, and I like my lettuce wraps spicy so I drizzled even more Frank’s hot sauce on top.
Your family will thank you for this tasty, light dinner that was ready when they entered the door and you’ll thank yourself for not stressing out over another weeknight dinner fiasco. Just set it and forget it.
You can view SkinnyTaste’s recipe for Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps here. What would you like me to recipe test for the crock pot next? Leave a comment in the space below.
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Now, if you’ll excuse me. I’ve got to take a moment to add this recipe back to its recipe box for later use.