Crock-pot buffalo chicken sandwiches + Crock-pot Cleanup | NESHEAHOLIC

Monday, June 27, 2016

Crock-pot buffalo chicken sandwiches + Crock-pot Cleanup

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Who doesn't love buffalo chicken wings? Sometimes the wing format can get old but you still want that buffalo chicken flavor. Enter crock-pot buffalo chicken sandwiches. This is a really easy crock-pot recipe that makes a tasty dinner with no fuss over the stove. 

Crock-pot cooking is easy, but crock-pot cleanup can be a drag. For this job I picked up the new Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloth 2-pack available for $4.99 at Target. They're available in gray, mint, coral, and navy. I picked up gray. The Scotch-Brite Scrubbing Dish Cloth is washable, reusable and sturdy. It works really well because it gives you the versatility of a dish cloth but has Scotch-Brite scrubbing dots to scrub stuck on food bits which crock-pot recipes often create.

CROCK-POT BUFFALO CHICKEN SANDWICHES

Ingredients

3 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
A bottle of buffalo wing sauce
1 packet dry/powder ranch salad dressing mix
Potato rolls
Blue cheese crumbles 

Instructions

In your crock-pot place the chicken breasts, 3/4 cups of the buffalo wing sauce, and the packet of dry ranch salad dressing mix. 

Set your crock pot either to high for 4 hours or low for 8 hours, depending on your hunger time frame. ;-)

Once the chicken is cooked, use two forks to pull/shred your chicken in the crock pot. Allow the pulled chicken to sit in the sauce for an additional 30 minutes to soak up all the flavor. 

Serve on a potato roll, with additional buffalo wing sauce to taste, and blue cheese crumbles on top. 

I served mine with celery slices to keep with the buffalo wing theme. 


Make your crock-pot cleanup easy with Scotch-Brite Scrubbing Dish Cloth. Non-scratch scrubbing power with the wiping and drying functions of a dish cloth.





Note: you won't find these with the other dish cloths, but in the kitchen tool area. 



Using the Scotch-Brite Scrubbing Dish Cloths is just one of the tips I have for sink/counter organization. Here are a few others: 

Put everything in a bucket. I keep my under-sink space tidy by placing all my cleaners together in a bucket. This keeps them easily reachable and also makes it simple to take them to other parts of the house if need be. 

Over the cabinet dish cloth bar/rack. Using a dish cloth rack allows for dish cloths to dry between uses and is a much more convenient way to store them than hanging them over the faucet. This can hang either inside or outside the cabinet. I choose inside so my toddler doesn't grab them. 


Washable dish drying mat. The plastic trays that go under the dish drying rack can get pretty gunky really fast. Opt for a washable dish drying mat and you can wash it weekly with your laundry along with your dish towel so you don't have your clean dishes sitting above a moldy dish rack tray. 



Save now on Scotch-Brite Scrubbing Dish Cloths at Target with this Cartwheel offer good 6/26-7/2. You can also check out other great recipes and cleaning tutorials here.

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1 comment

  1. That looks so easy. I love using the crock pot in summer months to avoid heating up my kitchen! #client

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