Crock Pot Rotisserie Chicken

Get the taste of a rotisserie chicken using your crockpot!

This has been a favorite recipe of mine for a couple years now. I started making it when I was on weight watchers and still make it today. It's very easy and very yummy! Of course you can always buy the pre-made rotisserie chicken at the grocery store but you never know how long it's been sitting there under the warming lamp or what kind of chicken or seasoning they use. This way is so easy, there really is no reason not to make it yourself.

4-5 Lb Whole Chicken
Seasoning (any seasoning you like, I watch my sodium so I don't use salt but I do use a garlic mixture w/out sodium that I buy at Sam's Club)
Tin Foil


1. Roll tin foil into little balls and place in bottom of crockpot.

2. Wash chicken and pat dry.

3. Season the inside of the chicken and the outside really well.

4. Place chicken on top of the tin foil (so the foil will hold the chicken up from the bottom) . I place it breast side down.

5. Cover with lid and cook on HIGH 4-5 Hours!

It MUST be cooked on HIGH to get the Rotisserie taste. It comes out very juicy and good! You can change up the seasoning for different flavors: cajun, lemon pepper, garlic, etc.

And this is what it looks like when it's done:

This is the seasoning I use. I get it at Sam's Club. It is really good and only $3.99 for that huge bottle.

And this is the whole chicken I get from Target:


Here's to a healthier you,


  1. Joanne said...

    that sounds wonderful. I'm going to try that this weekend.

  2. Christie said...

    Looks yummy!I found you on org junkie and Im using this for Fridays dinner this week
    :) Thanks.

  3. Mom Getting Fit said...

    Christie, It's really good and so easy to make and you can change up the seasoning you use to change the flavor!

    I hope you enjoy it! :)


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