Barbeque Chicken Fajitas



These make for a super easy weeknight supper.  Use your favorite bbq sauce.  My kids like the sweet taste of Sweet Baby Ray’s. 

You’ll need to grill a few boneless, skinless chicken breasts.  Baste them with the babecue sauce while they cook.  Then slice them up thin.


Saute onions and green peppers that you’ve sliced thin.  Shake a little salt in while these cook.


Layer the grilled chicken, peppers and onions, shredded cheese and more barbeque sauce in a warmed tortilla.  You’ll need plenty of napkins for this meal.


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  1. You’re killing me! These are too awesome!

  2. Gratitude Gal says:

    Look at you, all grown up over here! Site looks fabulous!

  3. done…and done….wow….

  4. I have seen this sauce in the stores but I’ve never tried it. This recipe looks very delicious!

  5. These look so good. Can’t wait to add to my list to try.

    I have a couple giveaways this week!

  6. That looks great to me. Nice fajita variation!

  7. Sweet Baby Rays is one of my favorites too.

  8. I love me some Sweet Baby Rays!!! Love the new site. thanks for the comment!


  9. Have I told you lately that you are amazing! I love love love your recipes…and your pictures! Divine!

  10. Great….just great….thanks. so quick and easy just right for a family with 5 kids!!!

  11. My husband and kids (10 and 7) all loved them. The Sweet Baby Ray’s was soooo good on them.

  12. I love this recipe and LOVE Sweet Baby Ray’s sauce. My family loves the sauce on everything. Thanks.

  13. Looks good, I am going to give this a whirl! What do you serve it with?

    • April, we usually eat it with fruit or chips and salsa, but I’ve also served it with hashbrown casserole and Hawaiian cole slaw. It would be good with quick cole slaw too.

  14. Ahhh ……….. Theese are shokinn 🙂 thanks 4 the tips 😀

  15. eileen dumont says:

    Hey, If you`re low on cash, and have a bit of extra time, has a great easy tortilla recipe! to buy the wraps in the store, typically cost me about $4-6 just to feed my family a meal! just the wraps! BUT, with a bit of extra time and work, I can cut that to pennies, and triple the number of wraps by making them myself!
    give it a try!


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