Sweet Hawaiian Crockpot Chicken

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It’s a family favourites and so easy to make! I like to serve it with brown rice, but you can put it on anything.

When I was a kid, I can remember loving chicken legs. Even though I wasn’t really picky about chicken, I always liked the leg part. I had this one favorite As a kid, the drumstick was really the most convenient to eat and the juiciest. But now that I’m an adult, my favourite has moved to the thighs. Thighs are simply the best part of chicken for me. And if anyone is arguing, I really stand up for it.

I also love chicken breasts, but only for certain meals. Although they are the best chicken meat for a diet, they tend to dry out; and that’s not what I want in my meals. Chicken thighs are always the perfect accompaniment to my salty dishes.

My family also loves chicken thighs, but I have to admit that I rarely cook them. They’re not really the healthiest, and that’s where the breasts have the advantage. Because I’ ll always look out for my family’s health.

This Recipe Girl’s Hawaiian Crockpot chicken recipe involves breasts, however, I have also tried the thighs with this.


  • 2 lb (0.9 kg) chicken breast pieces
  • 1 cup pineapple juice
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/3 cup soy sauce


  1. Combine all the ingredients and cook over low heat in a slow cooker for 6 to 8 hours – that’s it! That’s it!

Prep Time: 5 min
Cooking time: 8 hours
Ready in: 8 hours 5 min

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  1. Sharon

    Where is the rest of this recipe. Ive been all over this page and can’t find it.

  2. Theresa

    Love your respect..

  3. Michele

    I have this recipe in the crockpot right now and the sauce is still very liquid. Any ideas on how to thicken it up

  4. Linda

    I’m cooking it now also and too much liquid. Nothing is sticking to the chicken.
    I’m afraid the chicken will not have any flavor. The liquid looks icky.

    • Amy

      Just made this and mine was also all liquid. I added cornstarch and it did thicken up but nothing really stuck to chicken. In the photo, the chicken almost looks like it has a breading on it, this is not the case. My chicken is a mixture of white and dark chunks of meat depending on if they soaked up soy sauce. I typically don’t have luck with crockpot chicken recipes that use soy sauce ever looking like pictures. Don’t think it’s me as I’m typically a good cook otherwise. I need to just remember to stay away from crockpot and soy sauce recipes.

  5. Bryan Waugh

    I have made this twice following the easy recipe using the exact amounts of the ingredients and does not look anything like the pictures. Both times they just looked like boiled chicken. Anyone else have this problem or am I just a terrible cook! Thanks

    • Tony D

      I made this and I couldn’t figure out what I did wrong. Didn’t look anything like the photo. Very thin liquid.

    • Sue

      I’m making it right now and same thing it’s very liquidy and looks nothing like the picture. I did add @2tb of cornstarch and that helped thicken it up some. Probably won’t make this again.

  6. Debbie

    Made the recipe and it looked like boiled chicken. Didn’t smell well either. Added cornstarch with no results. Had to throw it all out!!

  7. Tammy

    I have made this twice because I thought that I had made a mistake in the instructions the first time.
    It sure didn’t look like the picture of the recipe shown!
    I will definitely not be wasting my time with this again!

  8. franklin harrelson

    Looks so good

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