Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Recipe
Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Recipe – Easy pulled pork recipe that lets your slow cooker do all the work. Get this simple slow cooker pulled pork recipe everyone will love!
Pulled pork is easy to prepare, but leaves everyone thinking you tended to it all day long. Whether you serve pulled pork sandwiches topped with a few pickles as a delicious lunch or dinner or pulled pork with a side of baked beans, coleslaw, or potato salad, everyone will ask for your recipe.
Full of rich, smoky sweetness, pulled pork just couldn’t be easier than this recipe! Add your pork into the crock pot in the morning before you head off to work or the day’s activities and you’ll be greeted with a dinner you can have on the table in a flash. I especially love to do this on busy weeknights or even busy weekends so that we have a hearty home cooked meal waiting on us in the evenings.
This slow cooker pulled pork is also perfect for serving on holidays, while watching fall football games and really any time you want an easy, yet delicious and comforting meal to serve!
Whenever I make it, I feel like my kitchen has turned into the most popular BBQ joint when I’m putting these babies on the table. And they are so easy to prepare, you’ll swear you’ll never eat them from a restaurant again.
Here’s how I my super easy Pulled Pork recipe.
Pulled Pork Recipe
- 1 (3-5 pound) Pork Shoulder Blade Roast, Pork Butt or Picnic
- 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce or coconut aminos
- 2 cups barbeque sauce optional
- Place pork into the slow cooker. Add a few dashes of Worcestershire sauce to the meat. Cook on low setting of slow cooker for 8-10 hours. Leave meat in the slow cooker on the “warm” setting for about 4 more hours or until the meat easily will pull with two forks. About an hour before your time has expired, add about ½ - ¾ of your BBQ sauce.
- Allow the pork to rest about 5-10 minutes. Then, pull the pork into large pieces using two forks.
- Serve warm with remaining BBQ sauce.
If the pork butt rendered a large amount of pan juices, drain some of the juices away before adding the BBQ sauce.
Store any leftover pulled pork in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to a week.
Allow the pulled pork to cool and then store in a freezer-safe container in the freezer for up to 3 months.
All images and text © Robyn Stone for Add a Pinch
If you are like my husband and sometimes prefer to not use BBQ sauce on your pulled pork, you might like this pork roast recipe instead. It uses a dry rub instead of the wet BBQ sauce. So many options!
From the Add a Pinch recipe archives. Originally published 2010.