Super Easy Apple Chicken Crock Pot Recipe: IBS Friendly! With Tutorial Video!

Hi Everyone!!
Today I am posting my first of many IBS friendly recipe videos. I was looking through a list of non-FODMAP foods and an idea popped into my head! Apple Chicken in a Crock Pot! I have cooked many whole chickens and turkeys stuffed with apples before only with other ingredients added to it. But I have always loved the taste of the apple the most.

Crockpot Apple Chicken

The first time I made this, I used my family as genie-pigs and it was a huge hit! My husband even said it was now his favorite of all chicken recipes. Well, I guess he raved about it to his parents and two days later when we went to have dinner at their home, they put in a request for.. Apple Chicken! This time they used a pressure cooker and it turned out just a yummy. Since I have a fear of pressure cookers I’ll just stick with my good old crock pot!

Where is the tutorial video I made. It is my first so it’s not the greatest but it gives you a good idea on how to make this super easy dish:

Ingredients:
7 boneless skinless chicken breast
4-5 apples sliced
4 cups chicken broth
4-6 hours in the crock pot
This is a bulk recipe because it is so versatile and can be easily added to a salad, a bed of Quinoa, or anything you are able to easily digest, if you suffer from IBS. Or if you are like my hubby you can make a shredded chicken sandwich. The list can go on!
Also if you are trying to leave a comment and cannot please feel free to email me at jack.sprat.heaton@gmail.com We have been working on fixing this problem but unfortunately haven’t seemed to figure it out yet.
Hope you all enjoy!
God bless,
Jacque Heaton

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