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Crockpot BBQ & Sweet Tea Chicken
Today’s crockpot meat at Kitchen Hospitality is Crockpot BBQ & Sweet Tea Chicken Drumsticks. Easy to make. Barbecue delicious.
What I love about this crockpot chicken recipe, besides tasting yummy, is that it’s perfect for a busy eBay or blogging day. Such a day means taking photos when the natural daylight is just right, preparing pictures for items to list on eBay, writing blog posts, etc.
The drumsticks were seasoned and cooking in the crockpot by 11:00 am. At 2:30 pm, I added the sauce (see recipe at the bottom of this post).
Sometimes, I like to add vegetables and/or rice with my crockpot meals. This time, however, I decided to serve the chicken with a Greek salad.
Crockpot BBQ & Sweet Tea Chicken Recipe
You can take the skin off of the chicken before you season it. I chose to leave the skin on (too much work for me today). Although, I poked holes in every drumstick with a sharp knife before cooking.
Crockpot BBQ & Sweet Tea Chicken Drumsticks
- 1 Large Package Chicken Drumsticks (about 10)
- 1 Cup Hickory Barbecue Sauce
- 2 Tablespoons Sweet Tea Jelly
- Garlic and Lemon Pepper Seasonings
- Salt and Pepper
- Season thawed chicken drumsticks.
- Use as much of the seasonings as you like.
- Use garlic salt or powder (I use my own blend of garlic seasoning and lemon pepper).
- Place drumsticks in crockpot.
- Turn crockpot on high, and cook for 6-7 hours.
- Make barbecue and sweet tea sauce and pour over drumsticks when they have cooked 3-1/2 hours.
A little about Kitchen Hospitality
Kitchen Hospitality blog began with the decision to blog a book, an idea I got from Nina Amir’s How To Blog A Book. I grew up in the South with a talented mother who, besides preparing meals for the family, cooked meals for large groups and taught church ladies how to make donuts and peanut brittle. She organized food fundraisers during World War II and with church groups.
Nina Amir, an amazing and inspiring lady, came to speak at a writers club I’m a member of. The president of the club asked me if I would chauffeur Nina when she came to speak to our group. I was delighted. Nina and I discussed my Southern recipe and cookbook idea, and now I blog about cooking, recipe, and food anecdotes. Now, you can read them on my blog. In the future, you can read them in a book. You should consider reading Nina’s book on how to blog about topics you’ve wanted to write about. It’s a very helpful book to add to your library.
What anecdotes about your cooking experiences do you laugh about? Share them in the comment section of this blog post, or email them to me (if you would like them to be published in my book) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Years ago, I learned my lesson about making sure chicken doesn’t have uncooked pockets whether I bake, fry, or cook in the crockpot. A particular comical dinner story about chicken is etched in my memory files forever. It’s funny now. But at the time (when I was a newlywed), I was quite embarrassed. My hubby (who gets to eat this Crockpot BBQ & Sweet Tea Chicken meal for dinner) still loves to tell that chicken dinner story after 37 years of marriage.
Laughter is a good medicine. It’s good to be able to tell on ourselves about cooking mishaps and laugh about them.