2-Ingredient Salsa Chicken

So I’ve reached the end of my 30 Days project for July, and I did not reach my goal of working out every day for 30 days.  I was surprisingly going strong, until two things got in the way: going home, and getting sick.  I mentioned in my last post that I didn’t get much exercise other than dancing at my girl’s wedding and playing cornhole with my family when I went home, which I definitely did not count as a workout.  But I also got a really bad virus earlier that week, and set me back two days.  I didn’t move other than getting up to get water or throat spray.  Still this was a great goal, and I will take another crack at this during the fall.

Speaking of goals, I’m really liking these 30-Day Challenges.  It gives me something to chip away at, and makes me more responsible to myself. I decided on August, and will write about that in my next entry.

So, can we talk about how INSANELY HOT it’s been?  I mean, seriously.  This IS the same year we got like 6 feet of snow in 30 seconds, right?  I think Mother Nature is going through “the change.”   But for real, how do folks deal with this who don’t have a/c?  #firstworldproblems, right?  My friend Betty (not her real name) that I have mentioned before doesn’t have air conditioning, and I don’t know how she is still alive.  Come to think of it, I haven’t heard from her in…

Anyway, when it’s like this, there is NO WAY I am turning on the stove.  It’s either a salad or the crock pot.  Lucky for me I just came across this incredible recipe.  And I still cannot believe it is only 2 ingredients!!!! And talk about taste.  This is something that you will not be able to stop eating, making, or telling everyone you know about.  I don’t know how I didn’t know of this before.



  • crockpot
  • cutting board
  • forks


  • 4 chicken breasts
  • 1 jar of salsa


  1. Place chicken at the bottom of the crockpot.IMG_5405
  2. Pour salsa over chicken.FullSizeRender (5)
  3. Cook on LOW for 6-8 hours, or on HIGH for 3-4 hours. FullSizeRender (6)
  4. Shred using forks.IMG_5415
  5. Serve over a taco salad, or in tortillas with toppings such as tomatoes, cheese, and avocado!FullSizeRender (7)
  6. Enjoy!

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