Lollipop chicken in a root beer barbecue sauce. Notes- this took to much time, to make them all that way, I didn't have the patience for it or the time, so I only did a few. Season chicken breasts on both sides with salt and pepper, and place inside slow cooker. Pour in barbecue sauce and root beer; spread around.
It only takes minutes to mix up the bbq sauce, root beer, and seasonings and then all you have to do is pour it over some chicken breasts in the slow cooker. In a house full of boys, it probably comes as no surprise that barbecue is a consistent request at mealtime. Grilled Chicken with Root Beer BBQ Sauce. You can cook Lollipop chicken in a root beer barbecue sauce using 3 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Lollipop chicken in a root beer barbecue sauce
- It’s of Chicken legs.
- It’s of aluminum foil.
- It’s of Root beer bbq sauce (see my other recipe, make in advance.).
There are a few things that are going to make this Grilled Chicken with Root Beer BBQ sauce even more amazing, and easier to cook. HOW TO MAKE SLOW COOKER ROOT BEER BBQ CHICKEN. Add the root beer, barbecue sauce, salt and pepper in a large slow cooker. Stir well to combine then add in the chicken and coat well.
Lollipop chicken in a root beer barbecue sauce step by step
- Cut ends of chicken legs, and press down the meat..
- Dip in bbq sauce and cook in oven on 350 or in an Air fryer..
- When chicken is about done pull out of oven, and put aluminum foil on the ends, and bush with more root beer bbq sauce, let cook for 10 more mins, or until chicken is browned up..
- Notes- this took to much time, to make them all that way, I didn’t have the patience for it or the time, so I only did a few..
Add the chicken back to the slow cooker and coat in the sauce in the bowl. Stir together the root beer, ketchup, orange juice, Worcestershire sauce, and molasses in a saucepan. Season with ginger, paprika, chipotle powder, garlic powder, onion powder, and red pepper flakes. Homemade barbecue sauce has been high atop my list of culinary creations to master. While Coca-Cola is the classic option for carbonated beverage-based barbecue sauces, root beer adds an extra element of rich flavor.