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Honey Lemon Crockpot Chicken

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Who else has seen Big Hero 6?  It definitely made my top 5 Disney movies list.  If you haven’t seen it: it’s a sweet story of a boy, his inflatable robot Baymax, his 4 best friends and their fight for justice.  Its funny, funky, and action packed, with just enough of the heart-warming moments that Disney is so well known for.  We had a “snow” day scheduled for Wednesday, so I decided to plan a movie-themed night for the family.
If you want to host your own themed night, you can find the movie here at Walmart
There’s a character in the Big Hero 6 named Honey Lemon.  So what sounds better than Honey Lemon Chicken?  AND it’s made in the crockpot!  Quick, easy, healthy and delish.  P.S. Even the food was found at Walmart.  Yes, they have tons of organic goods!
  • 1/3 cup lemon juice 
  • 1/3 cup honey 
  • sprinkle brown sugar
  • dash salt 
  • dash pepper  
  • 7 thawed chicken tenders
  • 2 broccoli heads finely chopped
  • 6 baby carrots thinly sliced
  • Seeds of Change Quinoa and Brown Rice
  1. Whisk lemon juice, honey, brown sugar, salt and pepper in crockpot. 
  2. Place chicken and veggies in crockpot, making sure to coat evenly with lemon mixture on both sides.
  3. Cook on low for 2.5-3 hours.  Chicken should be completely white through the center. 
  4. Cook rice (90 seconds in the microwave) 
  5. Shape rice into a 6 or a Baymax shape.  Garnish with Sriracha for adults. 
It was such a memorable night!  We all snuggled up on the couch with lots of blankets, our tv trays and warm meals, and turned on the movie.  Even Jason loved it!  And he is a self-proclaimed kid-movie hater.  I mean, what better way to spend a freezing cold night then cozied up with the ones you love, watching a great movie?  I can’t think of one.  I hope you all get to enjoy the same!!

2 thoughts on “Honey Lemon Crockpot Chicken”

  1. This recipe looks delicious and I love how you shaped the rice into a '6,' so festive! We love to have themed dinner nights around family films, it helps the kids connect to the messages and culture (especially in the case of Big Hero 6!)

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