Crockpot meals are my favorite because they are simple and easy to throw together. It’s especially nice to be able to throw a meal together the day before and divide them up for lunches for my husband and myself. My husband works through lunch most days, so he has to take his lunch with him. This is the perfect recipe to make ahead and divide up for several meals!
You can serve this over rice, in a toasted bun or as is for a low-carb meal.
Take 3-4 chicken breasts and place them in a crockpot. Slice green peppers and onions thinly and throw them on top. Shake salt and pepper on top and place on high for 4 hours or low for 6-8.
This recipe yields about 3 large portions. I put them in these nifty Reynolds™ Disposable Heat & Eat containers that are perfect for my husband’s lunch. He can just pop the lid off, microwave them and throw the container in the trash when he’s done.
When my husband has taken his lunch in the past, he sometimes forgets to return the plastic container after work. I love these because we don’t have to worry about losing any more containers and it will save money in the long run. That definitely takes off any unnecessary pressure for him and me.
I love these convenient containers! If you like them too, pick up these Reynolds™ Disposable Heat & Eat Containers at your local Walmart today. You can find them in the food storage aisle by the Reynolds Wrap.