Lazy Hawaiian Chicken

Lazy Hawaiian Chicken
Lazy Hawaiian Chicken

When your busy life has got you down and you don't feel like making dinner, try this Hawaiian chicken recipe that will make you feel like you have been transported to an island vacation! Lazy Hawaiian Chicken has great tropical flavor but requires minimal effort. Chicken is placed in a slow cooker and then topped with a sauce made from easy-to-find ingredients. Canned oranges and pineapples top off this slow cooker Hawaiian chicken dish that cooks in only five hours in your slow cooker. You will be amazed at the tropical feeling and wonderful flavors you will experience with every bite of this dish. 


Preparation Time15 min

Slow Cooker Time LOW4 hr

Looking for more flavorful slow cooker chicken recipes? Check out our recipe for Slow Cooker Paradise Chicken! 

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OOOH! This one is a keeper. I just LOVE the addition of the mandarin oranges along with the usual pineapple chunks. This I have never seen before. I think that is what makes the recipe a "tropical" Hawaiian chicken recipe. Everybody's got brown sugar, honey, soy sauce in their kitchen. I can't wait to try this and soon!

I am going to try this recipe only because my family eats a lot of chicken and i am always looking for new recipes. I will alter the recipe only because I don't like a lot of liquid when cooking chicken in the crockpot. Also, i will add some spices so the chicken has some favor. Unfavored chicken from the crockpot is just not good.

This is a good looking recipe. I used to make sweet and sour pork and chicken when I owned a wok, but I eventually got rid of it and ended up ordering Chinese food instead of cooking it. This looks like such an easy way to make Chinese food, and I always like the way chicken turns out in the slow cooker. I might still order won ton soup, though!

This dish looks really tasty. I make something similar in the oven using pineapple and red peppers in place of the mandarin oranges. I also add coarsely chopped onions to the recipe. I have made this recipe using pork chops and it has turned out equally well.

I made this last night and was really bad, no flavor really, had to scrape it all out , it sounds really good but ewwwwww

Sounds great but we are a family of two. Don't know how to change the recipe. Can you help?

What can be substituted for brown sugar?

I made this tonight, but no one liked it. There is no real flavor and it is very bland in flavor and visually. I so wanted to try this when I read it, but was disapointed when I started to eat it. I went back to check the recipe to see if I forgot something, but I followed it exactly as written. Maybe if coconut was sprinkled on it at serving time, it would add to the Hawaiian taste. Sorry to say, I won't be making this again.

Haven't made this yet, but I am going to try it. I suggest that the chicken breasts are seasoned with salt and pepper and maybe a bit of granulated garlic (just a little to season the chicken not the entire dish). I'll let you all know how it turns out.


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