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Easy Crock Pot Pulled pork

Juicy, pleasantly spiced, easy crock pot pulled pork makes a perfect filling for sliders. Just put it all in your crock pot, cook it, pull it and fill the buns for a hefty appetizer, or game day finger food. High-​Protein, Dairy-​Free!

Crock Pot Pulled Pork In Homemade Slider Rolls

Homemade Slider rolls filled with easy crock pot pulled pork

This recipe is so easy I blush to even post it. But really, when you need an easy, delicious recipe for a party… here you go. No difficult directions. Plenty of time to make large, soft, slice-able, homemade slider buns to put this delicious filling in.

I used McCormick Slow Cookers Pulled BBQ seasoning for this recipe. I even followed the simple recipe on the carton I found at Costco. You can probably find the seasonings at most grocery stores. I’m not so sure all the containers will have the recipe, so I’m posting the recipe here for you. And just so you know neither Costco nor McCormick is giving me a dime for posting this. I just liked how this turned out and wanted to share it with you. And I shop at Costco, a lot!

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I made these pulled pork sliders with our team, the SeaHawks, in mind.  We are really proud of the SeaHawks and wish them the power of the 12th man in all their games this season! I think the sliders look a little like they have helmets for tops. Go Hawks!

If you’re not a football fan enjoy these tasty sandwiches for any event. A study group, party or…Entice your friends over for a project you need help with. The smells of pulled pork will great them as they walk in the door, making them instantly eager to get the project accomplished so they can eat! Diabolical I know, but you will be popular in your friend group for sure if they get food like this for hauling that old, incredibly heavy, freezer out of the basement. So much better than frozen pizza!

Recipe Notes for Easy Crock pot Pulled Pork:

This is an easy peasy recipe for sure! It says it is for 10 servings. It will fill 24 large homemade slider buns or 10 large hoagie rolls.

  • Slice up your pork roast into large chunks and place it in the Crock Pot Bottom
  • Whisk up the pulled pork seasonings and pour them over the pork
  • Cook on high heat about 4 hours until fall apart tender.
  • Make your homemade slider Buns while the meat is cooking (or buy some)
  • Pull apart the pork with two forks until it is completely shredded
  • Load up the buns and serve on a tray. Happy fans!

Enjoy your party!

 

Easy Crock Pot Pulled Pork
Yield: 10 servings

Easy Crock Pot Pulled pork

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 6 hours
Additional Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 6 hours 20 minutes

Juicy, pleasantly spiced, easy crock pot pulled pork makes a perfect filling for sliders. Just put it all in your crock pot, cook it, pull it and fill the buns for a hefty appetizer, or game day finger food.

Ingredients

  • 1/3 Cup pulled pork seasonings mix, try McCormick
  • 3 lb. boneless pork sirloin tip roast
  • 1/2 Cup ketchup
  • 1/2 Cup firmly packed brown sugar
  • 1/3 Cup apple cider vinegar

Instructions

  1. Slice the pork into three large slabs and place in the crock pot
  2. Whisk the Ketchup, seasonings, brown sugar and vinegar together in a bowl
  3. Pour the blended seasonings over the pork
  4. Set the crock pot on high for 4 hours of on low for 8 hours
  5. Remove the pork and place on a cutting board, pull and separate the pork using two forks
  6. Serve with homemade slider buns or pour over your favorite cooked rice, mashed potatoes or steamed veggies

Nutrition Information

Yield

10

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 275Total Fat 4gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 2gCholesterol 117mgSodium 225mgCarbohydrates 14gFiber 0gSugar 13gProtein 44g

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This recipe is published on The buddy Bulletin: PLeisure online magazine January 3,2016

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Wednesday 13th of January 2016

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Ali @ Home & Plate

Friday 8th of January 2016

One of my favorite kinds of sliders. Love that this can be whipped up in a crockpot leaving all the hard work to the pot. Looks wonderful.

homemadefoodjunkie

Friday 8th of January 2016

Thank you Ali! This is a simple, delicious game day or busy day meal.

Lynn | The Road to Honey

Friday 8th of January 2016

These looks absolutely delicious. As a matter of fact these photos are making me wonder why I don't whip up pulled pork more often. When it is this simple - no excuses, right? Btw. . .I'm loving those sky high buns.

homemadefoodjunkie

Friday 8th of January 2016

Thank you Lynn!

Sarah

Friday 8th of January 2016

Game day food for sure! Those sliders look amazing! Pulled pork is one of my favorites because it's so easy and it always tastes amazing!

homemadefoodjunkie

Friday 8th of January 2016

It really does. Thank you for stopping by Sarah!

Heather

Thursday 7th of January 2016

We love the Seahawks in our house too :) I have never tried the pork seasoning packs so I am looking forward to using them. Thanks for the great recipe.

homemadefoodjunkie

Thursday 7th of January 2016

It's a good one Heather!

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