I’ve been making BBQ chicken this way since we got married, except pre-THM, I used brown sugar and regular ketchup in my sauce, and now I achieve the same effect with stevia, a touch of molasses, and tomato paste!
This BBQ chicken in a low-carb wrap is one of my husband’s favorite suppers, and I love to make it because, aside from it getting two thumbs up from the whole family, it also comes together in less than half an hour.
And, you don’t even need to fire up the BBQ!
It’s the perfect week night meal, and it can be enjoyed as a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly S or Fuel Pull.
Using chicken thighs, the fattier part of a chicken, results in a succulent S that’s perfect for stuffing into romaine lettuce boats or low-carb wraps and topping with cheese and sour cream. If you use a low-carb wrap (a personal choice item, since it contains off-plan ingredients), limit yourself to one to stay within the carb limitations for an S meal, but pack it full of BBQ’d chicken, cheese, lettuce, sour cream and other non-starchy vegetables like peppers or a few cucumber slices.
Low-Carb Mission Wraps (A personal choice item/ “Frankenfood” due to off-plan ingredients)
If you use chicken breasts in this recipe, you’ll have a Fuel Pull that you can enjoy with non-starchy veggies in a salad; or, you can use it in an E meal and serve the BBQ chicken over rice!
I don’t normally usually stevia in my recipes (except for in my GGMS drinks), because I’m not a fan of the aftertaste. However, it is completely undetectable in the BBQ sauce here, and since you only need 1/8 of a teaspoon, it’s also a very frugal sugar-free substitute.
Pure Unsulphered Molasses
A touch of molasses mixed with chili powder, sea salt, ground pepper, tomato paste, and white vinegar provide an authentic, mild BBQ flavor that’s pleasing to adults and kids alike. No special ingredients required!
With less than 30 minutes from prep to table, this BBQ chicken is the perfect weeknight meal. It can be a THM S or FP depending on whether you choose to use chicken thighs (S), or chicken breasts (FP). Stuff in romaine lettuce boats, low-carb wraps, or serve over rice! You can make this recipe dairy-free by using coconut or olive oil instead of butter. It's also gluten-free, egg-free, soy-free, and nut-free!
BBQ Chicken | THM: S or FP
With less than 30 minutes from prep to table, this BBQ chicken is the perfect weeknight meal. It can be a THM S or FP depending on whether you choose to use chicken thighs (S), or chicken breasts (FP). Stuff in romaine lettuce boats, low-carb wraps, or serve over rice!
You can make this recipe dairy-free by using coconut or olive oil instead of butter. It's also gluten-free, egg-free, soy-free, and nut-free!
9 thoughts on “BBQ Chicken | THM: S or FP”
This looks delicious. Your recipes are such a blessing to me. I live in the middle of Montana and can’t get many special ingredients. I have been making many of your recipes and my husband comments “is this from your friend up North?” Yes dear, yes it is. I am so thankful for your gift of creating recipes. It allows me to feed my family food they love that is good for them and allows me to try to stay on plan. God bless you. Keep up the good work!
Thank you so much for your encouragement, Gina! That means a lot to me and I am so glad the recipes are a blessing to you.
This looks delicious! It’s nice to find a recipe that you can use for a bit of a change in E meals.
This was SO yummy!! Thank you for the recipe and the different fuel options!! I can’t wait to eat the leftovers tomorrow!
Do you think this could be thrown in the crockpot uncooked and turn out well?
This was so good! I have made it twice in the past two days. The second time in the instant pot. I love that I can use it for different fuels. Blessings!
How did you cook it without it burning? Is the sauce liquidy enough for it not to? Thanks
This is so delicious and approved by my picky hubby! Thank you for sharing your wonderful recipes with us.
What is “S or FP”