I love simple recipes. Those with just three to four ingredients, and then five minutes later, you are done. This is one of those.
While I used boneless chicken, I would recommend bone-in chicken to keep it moist. The boneless cutlets had a little of a dry texture which is totally avoidable by using bone-in chicken.
The concept of this recipe is from Pinterest. Combine crushed pineapple and barbecue sauce for a fruity, Hawaiian BBQ flavor.
I used a rice cooker on a delayed start time function which was a great time-saver. I set the crock-pot on low for 8 hours. I literally spent only 5-10 minutes putting everything together, set the timers, and went to work.
When I came home, the house smelled wonderful. I hope you try this, too! It is a great dinner for busy KosherMoms!