Slow cooker pulled pork is one of the easiest, foolproof recipes to make in the CrockPot. Since it makes plenty of leftovers, it should be a staple for every home cook’s meal prep plans.
Pulled Pork in the CrockPot
Whether serving to a crowd to cheer for on game day, or adding to your weekly meal prep plans, slow cooker pulled pork made in the CrockPot is one of those meals that keeps the masses happy. And since it’s so easy to make, it’s a natural favorite of the cook in the kitchen, too.
Next to classic baked chicken breasts, pulled pork is pretty much the gold standard for batch cooking. It’s plentiful in portions yet still leaves enough for leftovers to be turned into loads of different recipes stemming from just one base.
With just a few basic rules to follow, the method for making CrockPot pulled pork is a cinch to master:
- Choose the right cut of meat
- Layer your flavor builders
- Low and slow is the way to go
- And finally, shred it like you mean it
You can also take these same methods and cook this pulled pork recipe in the oven.
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