One of the things that I think makes many of us moms feel great is when we serve an easy, healthy meal that our kids love! It is so rewarding when the whole family will sit up and chow down on a meal we’ve made that is also healthy. These gluten-free slow cooker chicken tacos are one of those well-liked meals.
Besides tacos, I also use this chicken to make chicken quesadillas, enchiladas, taco salad, and on nachos. That’s a lot of yummy family-friendly meals you can make using this one simple recipe. I can usually get at least 3 meals for our family of 4 out of this recipe. The shredded chicken also freezes well, so I will often make a big batch and freeze in family-size servings in Ziploc freezer bags so I can pull out on a busy weeknight for an easy dinner.
I also love using my Crock-pot slow cooker. I can start this chicken in the Crock-pot just after lunch and the meat is ready to shred and eat at dinnertime. The chicken shreds so easily that I just use a couple of forks to shred it right in the Crock-pot.
I use a homemade taco seasoning when I make this and will post that soon. You can use any gluten-free taco seasoning. For the chicken broth, I recommend Pacific Natural Foods Organic Free Range Chicken Broth as it is gluten-free, unlike most other brands.
If you are in the market for a new Crock-pot and want a good recommendation, check out my post on my favorite Crock-pot. I tried several models over several years before I landed on this one that I love!
Make sure you check out my other gluten-free slow cooker recipes on the blog too.
- 1 cup gluten-free chicken broth (recommend Pacific)
- 1 packet gluten-free taco seasoning mix or 3 Tbsp. homemade seasoning
- 2 lbs. boneless, skinless chicken breasts or tenders (thawed)
- Pour the chicken broth and seasoning into the slow cooker.
- Place the chicken breasts in the broth.
- Cover and cook on low for 4 hours.
- After chicken has cooked, use two forks to shred it into small pieces. I shred it right in the slow cooker.
- Use with your favorite toppings and tortillas for tacos, enchiladas, quesadillas, nachos, etc.
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