Pulled pork is one of my favorite foods – it makes a bunch, it’s delicious, it’s an easy slow-cooker and it can be saved and used for later. Ahhh, the possibilities! Barbeque sandwiches go over well with our family.
The sandwiches are easy, and great for a big gathering. They went well with our farm / country birthday party – I think they might even give you a bit of a drawl if you eat enough of them – haha! Let me know if they do the same for you too 😉
We enjoy them with lemonade, De’s baked beans,
Grandma Betty’s Potato Salad http://www.theginghamapron.com/grandma-bettys-potato-salad/
And we had Shelby’s Popcorn Munch as a dessert snack, too. http://www.theginghamapron.com/popcorn-munch/
Start with ingredients: Favorite BBQ sauce, seasoning salt, Dr.Pepper, pepper, onion, and pork loin.
Slice the onions.
Add to the bottom of the pot. Season the pork well with seasoning salt and pepper.
Add seasoned pork, BBQ sauce, and pour in the Dr. Pepper. Cook on low for about 8 eight hours. Then shred with two forks.
Dinner is ready! We served these for my son’s first birthday. I knew they would be easy and enjoyable for everyone. We even had leftovers 😉 Yee haw!
- 1 onion, sliced
- 1 12 oz. can Dr. Pepper
- 1 bottle of your favorite barbeque sauce
- Lowry's seasoning salt
- 1 (3-4lb.) boneless pork loin
- Put sliced onions on the bottom. Rinse pork loin and pat lightly with paper towels. Coat pork with Lowry's salt and some pepper. Place on top of onions.
- In a medium sized bowl, mix ½ bottle of barbeque sauce and can of Dr. Pepper. Pour on top of seasoned pork loin in crock pot.
- Cover the crock pot an and cook on low for about 7-8 hours, or until meat is tender. Then, carefully remove the pork out of the pot and place and shred the meat up using two forks. I added the remaining (1/2 bottle) shredded pork. Place meat back in the crock pot, stirring to combine and let cook for another 30 minutes.
- Serve on buns and enjoy!