Crock Pot Pulled Pork Recipe – Ultra Juicy & Easy!

Crock Pot Pulled Pork Recipe – Ultra Juicy & Easy!

There aren’t many recipes that are easier than this Crock Pot Pulled Pork, and since it’s the season for food, family, and football, I couldn’t think of a better recipe to share this weekend!

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Let’s cook it together, step-by-step, using our crockpot or instant pot so you’ll see how easily it comes together, leaving you to enjoy your weekend.

This is an excellent recipe for making easy pulled pork for a pulled pork nacho bar, barbecue stuffed baked potatoes, or serving it with Hawaiian rolls for sliders that feed a crowd. Anybody can do this recipe and pull off a really delicious gathering!

This video is inspired by our Crockpot Pulled Pork Recipe blog post where we have a printable recipe and guide:

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This video is sponsored by Pioneer, an awesome Texas brand that makes restaurant-quality gravies, seasonings, and baking mixes.

I started making this recipe about 12 years ago when I was a private chef to Spur’s point guard, Tony Parker, and his wife at the time, Eva Longoria. I cooked daily at their home in San Antonio and would come home and there would be nothing to eat. 🙁 There was a lot of Whataburger in my life at that time!

Too tired to cook after a hard day, I started to come up with ways that food was always waiting on me when I got home. This barbecue pulled pork in the crockpot is a lifesaver! It goes great on Hawaiian rolls as sandwiches, in burritos, or on nachos. It’s even really nice with a big bowl of romaine and ranch dressing as a salad.

I hope you love it! Here is the recipe…

1 pork butt or pork shoulder (bone-in or boneless works)
1 package of Pioneer Pulled Pork Seasoning Mix or 1/3 cup favorite Barbecue Pork Rub
2 cups any soda you like (Dr Pepper, Coke, Diet Soda, Cream Soda, etc.)
1 cup favorite Barbecue Sauce

In a crockpot (can also be done in the Instant Pot), place the whole pork roast. Sprinkle with the rub, and pour in the soda. Cook on high 6-8 hours. (Instant Pot has its own setting for a roast and this may be used with success.)

Drain off the grease carefully. You may choose to leave a little for moisture and to help combine the barbecue sauce, or drain it out entirely, your choice. Add in 1 cup barbecue sauce and stir well to combine.

You can use this pulled pork in many ways but the most classic is the pulled pork sandwich on any rolls of your choosing, topped with coleslaw and additional barbecue sauce.

🙂 Enjoy!!

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