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sweet hawaiian crockpot chicken recipe





When I was a kid, I remember loving chicken legs. While I wasn’t really picky when it came to chicken, I always preferred the leg part. I had this favorite fast food restaurant that served the best chicken. As a kid, drumstick was really the most convenient to eat and the juiciest. But now that I’m an adult, my favorite switched to thighs. Thighs are simply the best chicken parts for me. And if someone argues, I really defend them.

I love chicken breasts too, but only for some meals. While they’re the best chicken meat for diet, they tend to get dry; and that’s not what I want in my meals. Chicken thighs are still the perfect parts to go to my savory meals.

My family loves chicken thighs too, but I have to admit I rarely cook them. They’re not really the healthiest, and that’s where breasts have the advantage. Because I will always consider the health of my family.

Ingredients :

  • 2 lb. (.9kg) chicken tenderloin chunks
  • 1 cup pineapple juice
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/3 cup soy sauce
  • instructions next page


Instructions :

  1. Combine all together, cook on low in Crock-pot 6-8 hours…that’s it! Done!
  2. Preparation: 5 min
  3. Cook: 8 hours
  4. Ready in: 8 hours 5 min

This Hawaiian Crockpot Chicken recipe from Recipe Girl involves breasts, however, I tried thighs with this too.



50 Comments

  1. Glenda Gutierrez

    Recipes sound so yummy

  2. Janene D Jones

    The complete recipe and instructions were not reachable!

    • Sue

      Instructions :
      Combine all together, cook on low in Crock-pot 6-8 hours…that’s it! Done!
      Preparation: 5 min
      Cook: 8 hours
      Ready in: 8 hours 5 min
      This Hawaiian Crockpot

    • Patti

      I just looked up another recipe for the same thing….you just put everything in a crockpot on low and leave it for 6-8 hours

    • Terry Scalera

      Sweet Hawiain chicken recipe please.

      • Diane Horne

        gluten free recipes please! Or what to substitute any recipe with! Thanks

        • Jacquie

          The only think not gluten free in this recipe is the soy sauce and you can usually find GF soy sauce in most grocery stores. LaChoy soy sauce is Gluten free also.

    • Do

      Click on black ⭕ with arrow to continue

    • Sharon L Whatley

      Instructions :
      Combine all together, cook on low in Crock-pot 6-8 hours…that’s it! Done!
      Preparation: 5 min
      Cook: 8 hours
      Ready in: 8 hours 5 min

  3. Sherry Bartels

    Would like more of Hawaiian crockpot chicken recipe…..no next page visible!!

  4. LILLIE Watson

    Nice receipe

  5. Susanne

    It turned out like soup so im going to put them in the oven with a bit more Brown sugar. I don’t think the whole recipe was posted.

    • Lisa

      Mine is the same way! Thinking flour to thicken it up?

      • Barb

        If you need to thicken it, mix a little cornstarch or flour with some of the liquid in a cup, then pour in & stir, like you would to thicken a stew or soup or sauce…
        I’m adding some chunk pineapple, chopped onion pieces, & sweet pepper for extra flavor, color & texture. Almost like but not quite sweet & sour chicken. Serving with rice…

    • elvira

      mine was the same to soupy need more of the recipe

  6. Cloetta miller

    Did not find instructions so Thank you to the ones that add them to your comment

  7. elvira

    mine was the same to soupy need more of the recipe

  8. sue

    sounds so easy and wonderful – can’t wait to try it – love my chicken

  9. Kathryn Monte

    YUM

  10. Kim Franklin

    I’m using pineapple chunks instead of the juice since so many people say it turns out too soupy.

  11. Jane L Parker

    I made these and they were very tasty but I expected them to be covered in the glace but it was very watery. I would make them again and add a little cornstarch to thicken the sauce. We loved the flavor though.

  12. Wally

    Love your recipes keep them coming

  13. Andre'a

    I wish I had read more of the comments before I cooked it just now… But hey we’ll see.. I was thinking to hook on high for 3-4hrs then low to maybe thicken more

  14. Sue Charlton McEndree

    Are the chicken chunks breaded or unbreaded?

  15. Marilyn Bondurant

    My favorite chicken recipe, fast and easy,

  16. Judi

    Mine came out very dry and doesn’t look like the picture at all. Yikes

    • MJ

      The last time I made this I swear it looked like beef chunks when it was done. I will try to edit the recipe so it doesn’t happen again – and if it does, I won’t be making it again.

  17. Dana

    Did anyone have any luck thickening theirs? The flavor was great but it was watery outside and dry inside. Looked nothing like the picture.

  18. Jane Doolin

    Looked good, tried it, very good and easy Thanks

  19. barbara grzeszak

    could not get the next page that told how to fix it

  20. Shirley

    Yummy

  21. Melodi

    Absolutely horrible!!! Will not make this ever again. It’s like a soup and thickening did not work. What a waste! Tastes like plain ass chicken.

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