Monday, April 11, 2011

Crockpot Chicken Burritos

Don't you just love the days when you can throw everything in

the crockpot and when dinner time comes around you are all set??

Yes?? Me too!! Here is a good one for you then and

nummy too!

Throw some thawed chicken breast in crockpot.....

Sprinkle with seasoning. Have you tried this one yet?

Love the lime in it! Or use whatever seasoning you have on hand!

Add black beans and/or pinto beans. (I used can but in the end had

a lot of extra sauce so next time I will either drain the beans completely

or use dried beans so they can soak up all the goodness!)

Let cook for about 5 hours on high or until the chicken is cooked through.

Once chicken is cooked, remove chicken breasts from sauce

and shred with fork. They should just fall apart!

Return chicken to crockpot.....

Mix together and let reheat and you are ready to

start assembling the burritos.

Put a fair amount of chicken and bean mixture down

the middle of the tortilla.

Top with rice.

We used Cilantro Lime Rice from the Sisters Cafe Blog....

goes great with the burritos!

Start by folding one side of the burrito over and

tucking under the chicken and rice.....

Fold in the ends......

Roll the burrito and tuck in the ends.

(I still need a little practice!! :)

Mmmm... look at the layers!

Served with chips and our favorite Homemade Salsa!


Printable Recipe


  1. These look really easy and yummy!!!!

  2. oooh, i'd love nothing more then one of those right now!

  3. I love this idea and it looks delicious!

  4. This is a great idea. Your burritos look delicious. I'd love to join you for dinner. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

  5. I agree that having dinner ready (and the whole house smelling delicious) when I get home from work is wonderful! This looks delicious! :)

  6. This looks like a great wrap -- we don't typically eat a lot of burritos... but I think this one could make our menu.

  7. Stopping by from SnoWhite's Friday Favorties -- this looks DELICIOUS!! We love Mexican food, so I'm going to have to give this one a try! Thanks for sharing :)