I just created these Maple and Oatmeal Ale Pulled Chicken Sliders. We’re entering that shoulder season when you want comfort food, but you’re not ready to give up that BBQ feeling. These fit the bill perfectly.
They have that burger feeling without having to turn on the grill. They’re prefect with Saturday afternoon sides like potato chips, or you can get a little fancier and make some sweet potato wedges. Plus, the beer I used comes in a taller can, so you even have an excuse to have a little beer for lunch if you’re planning on serving these at six.
The inspiration for these sliders comes from The Beeroness.
Maple and Oatmeal Ale Pulled Chicken Sliders
Super Simple Secret Coleslaw
I’m glad to say that starting this month I will be sharing recipe ideas from my Canadian blogging friends under the hashtag #CANRecipe. This month we are celebrating the change of season with fall comfort in the kitchen.
From the top left the dishes are:
Rustic Apple Tart @ <a href=”http://wp.me/p4GYuL-3t“>Red Cottage Chronicles</a>
Spicy Vegetarian Chilli @ <a href=”http://www.allergygirleats.com/spicy-vegetarian-chili/“>Allergy Girl Eats</a>
Indian-inspired Vegetable Pilaf Topped With Crispy Brussels Sprouts @ <a href=”http://www.mapleandmarigold.com/quick-and-easy-rice-dish-vegetable-pilaf“>Maple and Marigold</a>
Maple and Oatmeal Ale Pulled Chicken Sliders @ <a href=”http://wp.me/p79Yv3-Pq“>Mommydo</a>
Mushroom Hand Pies @ <a href=”http://wp.me/p349Vg-1Vp“>Dish ‘n’ the Kitchen</a>
Maple Bacon Mini-doughnuts @ <a href=”http://www.everydayallergenfree.com/home/2016/7/25/food-allergies-maple-bacon-donuts“>Everyday Allergen-Free</a>
Chai-Spiced Apple Sauce, Apple Butter and Apple Leather @ <a href=”https://makinghealthychoices.ca/2016/09/05/chai-apple-sauce-apple-butter-apple-leather/“>Making Healthy Choices</a>
Spaghetti Squash Bake @ <a href=”http://theinspiredhome.org/spaghetti-squash-bake/“>The Inspired Home</a>
Crock Pot Chicken Pot Pie @ <a href=”http://www.itsjustmylife.ca/2016/08/crockpot-chicken-pot-pie.html“>It’s Just My Life</a>