This Healthy Pressure Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken recipe is perfect for meal prep for make-ahead lunch and dinner. Protein-packed & made low in sugar with only 3 ingredients. A gluten-free, low calorie, and low carb healthy meal ready in 30 minutes! If you don’t have a pressure cooker you can easily make this recipe in your slow cooker as well. Simply add all of the ingredients to your slow-cooker, cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours, or on high for 3-4 hours, until the chicken is cooked through and shreds easily.
A couple of weeks ago I shared my low-sugar bbq sauce recipe with you all and let’s just say I haven’t gone a day without adding it to at least ONE of my meals!
It’s tangy, flavorful, healthy and delicious all at once. Something that’s not always easy to achieve.
I first used it on my pan-seared, oven-baked chicken breast recipe. I added the chicken on top of a loaded salad with rice, mango, avocado, and tomatoes. It was next level for sure.
As delicious as the chicken was, I wanted something easier to make for meal prep, which is why I decided to add my low-sugar bbq sauce to this healthy pressure cooker BBQ pulled chicken recipe!
I got this specific pressure cooker a few months ago and it’s been such a lifesaver!
The first recipe I ever used it for was this 20 Minute Lightened Up Risotto. Michael and I added some lemon pepper shrimp on top and it hit the spot!
I can’t believe this is only my second time using my pressure cooker since!
This Healthy Pressure Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken uses just 3 simple ingredients and is ready in 30 minutes when you make the sauce ahead of time.
I’m all about easy meals with minimal cleanup. Especially one-pan meals!
For this Healthy Pressure Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken Recipe you will need:
- Low Sugar BBQ Sauce
- Chicken Stock
- Chicken Breast
That’s it! Oh, and your pressure cooker. I recommend this one.
If you don’t have a pressure cooker you can easily make this recipe in your slow cooker as well. Simply add all of the ingredients to your slow-cooker, cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours, or on high for 3-4 hours, until the chicken is cooked through and shreds easily.
It truly pairs well with everything. How do you plan on serving yours? Tag me on Instagram with your creations!
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