BBQ Pulled Chicken

BBQ pulled chicken. I bet you probably didn’t think you’d see those words next to AIP any time soon, right?

So if I told you that, yes, you can make a delicious elimination phase friendly BBQ pulled chicken recipe and that — even better! — you can do so in your timesaving Instant Pot, wouldn’t you be super freaking excited? Well, you can! Thanks to this wonderful recipe that’s exclusive to a little project I’ve been working on with a bunch of other super-talented bloggers: The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook!

The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook is the answer to all of your "I need something AIP AND delicious to eat, as soon as possible!" situations. Brought to you by your favorite 37 AIP bloggers, it's packed with recipes including broths, sauces, condiments, vegetables, poultry, meat, seafood, offal, desserts, and more! Snag your copy today and start cooking your way through your new favorite recipes!

Working together, we’ve come up with what are bound to be some of your go-to AIP recipes from here on out, because they’re all easy, flavor filled and super speedy, thanks to the wonder of the Instant Pot‘s time saving features. Need dinner in a hurry? We have got you covered!

Because with over 140 recipes including broths, sauces, condiments, vegetables, poultry, meat, seafood, offal, desserts, and more, you’ll be able to find something to suit your tastebuds AND your dietary needs, since more than half of the recipes can easily be modified for Low-FODMAP, GAPS/SCD, and Coconut-Free diets.

BBQ Pulled Chicken from The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook.

Today I’m lucky enough to be able to share this wonderful recipe for AIP BBQ Pulled Chicken straight from the pages of The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook and you are going to just love it. It’s got that tangy sweetness of traditional BBQ sauce with none of the non-AIP ingredients, plus it gets bonus points for making great leftovers and being a great weapon in your batch cooking habit if that’s your thing.

Pile it on top of a baked sweet potato, spoon it onto a salad, serve it with traditional BBQ fixins like coleslaw or greens and make yourself a tummy friendly BBQ pulled chicken right this second. Or if you have a little more self control than I do, I guess you could wait until dinner time. Maybe.

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BBQ Pulled Chicken
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Serves: 8 servings
 
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Add the chicken, salt, granulated garlic, and water in the Instant Pot®.
  2. Close and lock the lid. Press MANUAL for high pressure. Set cooking time to 25 minutes. Once the time is up, quick release the pressure (using the instructions on page 7).
  3. Pour out as much water/broth as you can. Reserve the broth for future soup making, if desired.
  4. Whisk the apple butter, balsamic, molasses, garlic, ginger, and salt together. Pour over cooked chicken with remaining juice.
  5. Press the SAUTÉ button on the Instant Pot®. Let the chicken and sauce simmer to evaporate some of the juices. Once some of the liquid has evaporated, CANCEL the sauté function. Shred the chicken, if desired, before serving.
Notes
• Delicious served on a baked sweet potato!
• Reheats well AND is good served cold.

The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook is the answer to all of your "I need something AIP AND delicious to eat, as soon as possible!" situations. Brought to you by your favorite 37 AIP bloggers, it's packed with over 140 recipes including broths, sauces, condiments, vegetables, poultry, meat, seafood, offal, desserts, and more! Snag your copy today and start cooking your way through your new favorite recipes!

Want to know more about The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook?
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  • Over half of the 140+ recipes are exclusive to The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook, which means you won’t find them anywhere else.
  • Every recipe is AIP elimination phase friendly, so these recipes are both flavor packed and compliant — no reintros necessary!
  • Each recipe has been designed with the Instant Pot in mind, so they’re quicker than usual and just as delicious!
  • It’s another stellar community cookbook put together by Eileen Laird of Phoenix Helix
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The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook is the answer to all of your "I need something AIP AND delicious to eat, as soon as possible!" situations. Brought to you by your favorite 37 AIP bloggers, it's packed with over 140 recipes including broths, sauces, condiments, vegetables, poultry, meat, seafood, offal, desserts, and more! Snag your copy today and start cooking your way through your new favorite recipes!
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AIP BBQ Pulled Chicken from The Paleo AIP Instant Pot Cookbook. This ebook the answer to all of your "I need something AIP AND delicious to eat, as soon as possible!" situations. Brought to you by your favorite 37 AIP bloggers, it's packed with over 140 recipes including broths, sauces, condiments, vegetables, poultry, meat, seafood, offal, desserts, and more! Snag your copy today and start cooking your way through your new favorite recipes!

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18 comments

  1. Made this with a chuck roast instead of chicken in my regular pressure cooker. It was wonderful! My son thought he was eating a Korean dish. It is hard these days to make things that everybody like with my limited list of foods to choose from. But this is a winner! Thanks!

  2. Darn. This sounded perfect, but I’m allergic to apples. What does the applesauce do in the recipe? Maybe I can try with pear butter — and reduce the molasses because pears are sweeter than apples.

    1. It will be there as a way of adding sweetness without using too much added sweeteners like the molasses. Pear butter could work well! You just may want to adjust the molasses / balsamic vinegar a little to suit your tastes if the pear makes it tilt a little sweeter than you like. Hope that helps!

  3. I know you made this for an instant pot in mind, but I have to ask since I don’t have an instant pot. For a slow cooker, would I need to combine and throw all the ingredients in at the beginning? Would the broth from the chicken make it too watery?

    1. Since you need to remove the excess broth in the original recipe, I’d follow the steps as they’re set out — mixing everything together at the beginning will just make a watery sauce. Cook the chicken in the slow cooker, drain off the broth when it’s done, then add the remaining ingredients and simmer them together until the sauce thickens. Since the IP Saute function allows steam to evaporate, you’ll want to emulate that by simmering the chicken in your slow cooker, uncovered so that it will thicken. Alternatively, you could simmer the chicken and sauce together on the stovetop after cooking the chicken in the slow cooker and draining it.

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