Because we love sandwiches in this house, these easy chicken Caesar sandwiches are a staple. Since these are also made in the slow cooker, you can come home to a quick dinner that will keep you out of the drive through!
Slow Cooked Chicken Caesar Sandwiches
The slow cooker does the work of cooking the chicken and then the chicken Caesar sandwiches are topped off with a creamy homemade Caesar dressing that brings it all together.
These chicken Caesar sandwiches are great for those dinners on the soccer field sideline because you can wrap them up in foil and take them on the go! For that reason, these are great to always have a batch on hand.
How to Prep Slow Cooked Chicken Caesar Sandwiches
In order to save time on cooking day, go ahead and prep the chicken Caesar sandwiches ahead of time! Firstly, season the chicken with garlic powder and black pepper.
Afterwards, it’s time to make the yummy Caesar dressing. To begin with, combine the greek yogurt (make sure it is plain) and Parmesan cheese in a small bowl with lid. Secondly, mix in the lemon juice, Dijon mustard, apple cider vinegar, soy sauce, garlic powder, and parsley flakes. In case you eat gluten free, you can substitute liquid or coconut aminos for soy sauce.
If you like your sandwiches extra saucy, then double the sauce mixture.
How to Cook Slow Cooked Chicken Caesar Sandwiches
Once it’s time to cook the chicken Caesar sandwiches, put the prepped chicken and chicken broth into the slow cooker and set to low for about 6 hours. I love the slow cooker because it keeps my kitchen clean and it means I don’t have to stand over a stove!
When the chicken is finished cooking, it’s time to put it all together to finish off these delicious chicken Caesar sandwiches!
To begin with, shred the chicken. Then, add the prepped Caesar sauce to the chicken and mix well. Finally, stack the yummy chicken, along with lettuce, on top of buns. Together with some fruit and chips, these chicken Caesar Sandwiches are the perfect meal to eat on the way to a game or other event!
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