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    I was at my neighbors the other day and she made this and then told me how. I tried it this weekend and I was so GOOD and Easy I couldn't believe it. My husband love it tooo...

    You will need a pretty big crockpot
    1 bag frozen boneless skinless chicken breast(you can use it with the bone, but without is easier)
    1 large bottle BarBQ sauce(I used KC Masterpiece)

    Before you go to bed put the frozen chicken in the crockpot with about 3 inches of water in the bottem. Put the lid on it, turn it on "HI" and go nighty-night.

    When you get up, rinse the chicken in a collander, and dump out the water.
    Put the chicken back in the crockpot.Take a fork and shread the chicken(it will just fall apart)
    Add the entire bottle of BarBQ sauce.
    Fill the empty bottle of sauce about 1/3 full of water and put it in too.
    It can stay there until you want to eat lunch or dinner just leave it on keep warm.
    We ate it on Hoagie Rolls, but you can serve it a million different ways.
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    I am trying the recipe as I type. It looks and sounds good. I can not wait!!!
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    Delta-How did it turn out??
    My husband likes me to make it over the weekend so he can take it to work on hoggie roll for lunch at work.
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