This Barbecue Chicken dinner is not only a great slow cooker recipe, it can easily be used as a freezer meal to help make weekday meal planning easier. You could also make prep easier by using frozen hash browns instead of chopping up your own potatoes.
Spray the bottom of the crockpot with non-stick cooking spray. Place the chicken in the crockpot and brush with some of the barbecue sauce until chicken is completely covered. Pour remaining barbecue sauce evenly over chicken.
Combine the potatoes, oil, onion, cheese, salt, and pepper together in a bowl and mix well.
Make a large packet out of foil and wrap the potatoes in it.
Wrap each ear of corn separately in foil.
Place the potato packet on top of the chicken and place the wrapped ears of corn on top of the potato packet.
Cook on low for 7-8 hours or until cooked through.
I adore my Vidalia Chop Wizard (affiliate link) and use it all the time! I use it for dicing potatoes, onions, peppers, celery, fruit, and more into consistent sized pieces so that my finished dishes look beautiful. The chopper has two inserts, one for medium-sized pieces (which I used here) which I usually use for potatoes, onions, and peppers, and one with a smaller grid, which I use to chop smaller pieces of celery, nuts, or other crunchy additions to salads and other dishes.Although I have not tried it, I think this dish would be perfect to do for freezer meal prep. You could prepare everything except the chicken and store the foil-wrapped corn and potato mixtures with a package of chicken breasts and the barbecue sauce in a large freezer container. When you want to make it, just prepare the chicken on the bottom then layer the foil wrapped corn and potatoes on top and cook as directed.If you want to skip chopping the potatoes, you might try using frozen diced hash browns instead.