Outta the Ballpark BBQ Pulled Chicken.

This post is sponsored by Outta the Ballpark BBQ sauce.  They generously sent me four bottles of their incredibly clean bbq sauce and I had to whip up a great lip smacking recipe that the family would love AND that was easy.  Lots of appointments this week after school so a crock pot recipe was necessary.  Along with them sharing BBQ sauce with me – they are going to share some with you guys!  2 bottles (spicy and regular) and two mini bottles (spicy and regular) to one fan of Knead to Cook’s Facebook page and who lives in the 48 contiguous states.

To enter:  Leave a comment on this post or on this post on Facebook to enter.  Be a fan of Knead to Cook and Outta the Ballpark BBQ facebook pages.  Reside in the 48 contiguous states.  A random winner will be selected on Thursday, October 5th at 9 pm EST.  The winner must email robin@kneadtocook.com to provide their shipping address within 48 hours of being announced.  If the winner fails to do that, another winner will be selected.  

This recipe is super easy!

Ingredients:

1 bottle of Outta the Ballpark bbq sauce
1/3 cup of chicken broth
6 chicken breasts
1 tablespoon of brown sugar
1 teaspoon of ground cumin
Directions:

Place all of your ingredients into your crock pot.  Turn to the low setting and give all of the ingredients a good stir.  Cover and let cook for 4 – 6 hours.  Remove and place the chicken in a bowl.  With two forks, shred the meat.  Ladle some of the sauce over top of the chicken and serve on a bun.  Enjoy!

— Knead to Cook

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26 Comments

  1. I always check your site to see what I can make for dinner!! Everything so far has been great. It would be even better if you cooked for me!!!

  2. Can’t wait to try this! I liked both your FB page and Outta the Ballpark BBQ sauce. Would love to try this bbq sauce. In the meantime, I think I’ll make this tonight!

  3. About how many servings does this make? I think it would be great for our Super Bowl party & want to make sure I have enough!

    1. PERFECT for your SB party! I normally do one palm-sized chicken breast per person as a guide. If serving kids, probably 1 breast would serve two children. Hope this helps.

  4. I tried this recipe not too long ago and loved it, I was wondering if or how I could use pork rather than chicken?

    1. You could use a pork shoulder, which is conducive to shredding or a tenderloin. Slow and low cooking will yield a very tender, shreddable piece of meat.

    1. Jay, My best suggestion is to check online with them to see who they sell through. This post was from quite some time ago and they sent me product. Good luck and happy summer. Robin

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