Slow Cooker Chicken Gizzards & Hearts


This is the best tasting Chicken Gizzards & Hearts I have ever had! I have never made them in the slow cooker before and it is the only way I will ever make them again. The process was very easy but it takes most of the day. I put mine in the slow cooker around 8:30 am and I ate them at 6:30 pm. They couldn’t have been more tender and flavorful! Chicken Gizzards and Hearts are so cheap to buy and very low in calories. The broth that was left over was such a beautiful color and delicious so I will be using it for something else!

To view the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE:


  1. Brave old world in the new world. I grew up eating these. Hearts were good, gizzard textures always nauseated me. My mom left nothing for the dogs. She should have. Haha. Can’t wait for your foot recipe.

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  2. looks so good – and mmmmmmmm
    when I see that plate – I see vitamins and minerals and brain food.

    and you wrote:

    Chicken Gizzards and Hearts are so cheap to buy and very low in calories
    well also need to add “packed in dense nutrients”

    I need to get some of the Gizzards and Hearts soon. and some livers

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  3. My partner was the first person I ever met who ate gizzards and hearts, and he loves them – and now you’ve given me a recipe for one of his favorite treats! Can’t wait to try this. Thanks – no one else seems to think of these tasty little bits and pieces 🙂

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  4. Love your slow cooker recipes. The slow cooker is my best friend… easy to dump ingredients in and press the “on” button. When I come home from work the kitchen smell so good. Not much to clean up and so nice to come home to delicious smelling food!

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