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    The 20 BEST Crockpot Pork Recipes

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    Crockpot Pork Recipes:

    1. Kalua Pork (Hawaiian Style Pulled Pork)

    This Kalua Pork recipe uses minimal ingredients, but ends up super tasty and succulent. It’s perfect for a Hawaiian themed Luau party.

    Utilizing pork shoulder, a very cost-effective cut of meat, you can feed a crowd without breaking the bank.

    Get the Recipe: Kalua Pork

    2. Cuban Mojo Pork

    For all the Cuban food lovers, here is a very simple and delicious, yet very iconic Cuban dish, Mojo Pork!!

    This is your dump and go, super easy crockpot recipe, using a very cheap cut of pork…

    Get the Recipe: Mojo Pork Recipe

    3. Ham Bone Soup

    Guys, don’t throw out your leftover ham bones, instead make this Ham Bone Soup, you will be glad that you found this recipe!

    This healthy crockpot dish is super easy to make and the end result is just magical. The soup is super customizable, so you can make it as you like it.

    Get the Recipe: Crockpot Ham Bone Soup

    4. Cochon de Lait (Cajun Pulled Pork)

    Cochon de Lait is a delicious pulled pork recipe from Louisiana. Traditionally, it was an all day pig roast event for a crowd.  

    It has delicious seasonings and slow cooks to melt in your mouth perfection.

    Get the Recipe: Cajun Pulled Pork

    5. Barbacoa Pork

    Here’s a very popular Mexican favorite, Barbacoa. Super easy, Super tasty and Super versatile. Garlicky, super moist, super tender, super juicy.

    This Barbacoa Style Pork is braised low and slow, simmering for hours in some serious Mexican flavors like chipotle in adobo sauce, cumin, oregano and plenty of lime juice and cilantro.

    Try in tacos, a Buddha bowl, or use your own creativity!

    Get the Recipe: Barbacoa Pork

    6. Meaty Cabbage Soup

    This hearty, meaty cabbage soup is the perfect one pot dinner. It’s loaded with protein and healthy veggies. How can a simple cabbage and meat becomes so unstoppably slurpworthy? The magic of a crock pot…

    Get the Recipe: Meaty Cabbage Soup

    7. Islander Pork – The BEST Crock Pot Pork Chops

    These crock pot pork chops, AKA Islander pork, are your new weekday best friend. Melt in your mouth tender meat in a delectable sauce.

    If you can spare 10 minutes, your crock pot will do the rest!

    Get the Recipe: Crockpot Pork Chops

    8. Pork Stew

    Our Pork Stew is the ultimate winter time one-pot dinner, full of flavor and sure to satisfy your hungry crowd.

    Using budget friendly pork shoulder in place of more expensive beef, this twist on traditional stew tastes just as delicious while saving you money.

    Get the Recipe: Pork Stew

    9. Chile Verde

    Chile Verde – Melt in your mouth tender pork chunks in a flavorful, spicy tomatillo sauce. It’s a great winter warmer, but it’s so good you’ll want it all year long!

    And it requires next to no effort. After some quick prep, it’s one of those set it and forget it meals.

    This green chili is a Mexican classic that needs to find its way into your kitchen!

    Get the Recipe: Chile Verde

    10. Pork Carnitas

    Now you can make authentic Mexican Carnitas at home with this no-fail recipe.

    This Mexican slow cooker pulled pork will be a winner with anyone. You can create so many versatile dishes with it, like burritos, tacos, and many more.

    You will love the tender and juicy meat on the inside and the crisp and golden edges outside, making it so good.

    There are two options to get the perfect crisp on your pork, so what are you waiting for? Make your festivals, holidays, or simple weekend dinners amazing with these Pork Carnitas!

    Get the Recipe @ cafedelites

    11. Crockpot Pork Tenderloin

    Try this foolproof Crockpot pork tenderloin recipe for the juiciest, most flavorful meat you’ve ever tasted! Expertly seasoned with a homemade rub, every bite bursts with mouthwatering goodness.

    Minimal prep and effort make it perfect for busy days when you crave a delicious and satisfying meal.

    Get the Recipe @ saltandlavender

    12. Slow Cooker Pork Roast

    Here is yet another great recipe for you to try, crockpot pork roast.

    The pork shoulder roast cooks along with carrots, potatoes, herbs, and some aromatics that add so many flavors to this pork and make it so special.

    Simply follow this easy recipe step by step and savor the juiciest and tenderest meat to make your Sunday family dinner a super hit. You will love it!

    Get the Recipe @ getinspiredeveryday

    13. Italian Pulled Pork Ragu

    Ragu is a rich, thick meat sauce enhanced by tomatoes, red wine and herbs.

    It’s a hearty sauce that goes with a variety of pasta shapes. This is one that is best when cooked a long time.

    Get the Recipe @ skinnytaste

    14. Café Rio Copycat Sweet Pulled Pork

    Try this Café Rio’s copycat version of Sweet Pulled Pork and upgrade your lunches and dinners to the next level of deliciousness.

    This tried-and-tasted recipe is so good, and it needs hardly any effort to make. Just marinate your pork overnight, let it cook low and slow, and that’s it! At the end of the day, you will taste the best-pulled pork of your life!

    You can make a salad with some rice, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, tortilla strips, and a drizzle of cilantro ranch dressing. It tastes exactly like your favorite Café Rio’s, and you can make sandwiches or tacos. The options are endless!

    Get the Recipe @ therecipecritic

    15. Cochinita Pibil

    Cochinita Pibil is a traditional Mexican pork cooked with a flavorful sauce with orange and lime juice, along with achiote paste.

    Serve it in tacos, burritos, quesadillas, enchiladas, and more!

    Get the Recipe @ gimmesomeoven

    16. Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork

    This tender and delicious Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork is the perfect main dish for a potluck. All you need is some buns and everyone can pile them high with this succulent pork.

    Get the Recipe @ wellplated

    17. Slow Cooker Pork Belly

    Slow cookers always give you melt in your mouth texture, and this Slow Cooker Pork Belly is no exception!

    It is made with honey balsamic glaze that is outstandingly delicious. Make this perfect party dinner for your family and friends.

    Get the Recipe @ eatwell101

    18. Slow Cooker Hawaiian Pork Chops

    Enjoy the mouthwatering delight of tender Slow Cooker Hawaiian Pork Chops. Picture succulent pork chops in a sweet and tangy Hawaiian sauce, complemented by juicy, warm pineapple.

    Get ready to savor a culinary experience that will leave your taste buds craving more!

    Get the Recipe @ lecremedelacrumb

    19. Pulled Pork Gyros

    These Pulled Pork Gyros are simply awesome, made with a homemade Greek seasoning blend and homemade tzatziki sauce!

    Make a big batch of pork, you’re going to want these all week!

    Get the Recipe @ daringgourmet

    20. Crockpot Ribs

    Crockpot Ribs are the easiest way to make the most mouthwatering pork ribs ever! This recipe for slow cooker ribs is seriously simple!

    You can cook these crockpot BBQ ribs without any stress, and they’ll turn out incredibly tender and packed with flavor.

    Get the Recipe @ cafedelites

    We hope you enjoy these delicious crockpot pork recipes as much as we do. There’s such a big variety, it’s hard to pick a favorite!

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    20 BEST Crockpot Pork Recipes

    Prep Time: 10 minutes
    Cook Time: 8 hours
    Total Time: 8 hours 10 minutes

    This collection of Crockpot Pork Recipes includes twenty great meals to make in your slow cooker.


    • 4-5 pound Boston butt
    • 7-8 garlic cloves, finely chopped
    • 2 Tbsp Creole seasoning
    • 1 Tbsp smoked paprika
    • 2 tsp salt
    • 1 cup apple cider
    • 1 Tbsp Louisiana hot sauce


    1. Mix all dry ingredients along with chopped garlic. Generously rub this mixture all over the pork.
    2. Add the pork, fat side up, to the slow cooker along with the apple cider. Add on hot sauce. 
    3. Cover and cook for about 8 hours on low, or 5 hours on high. (see note 1)
    4. Once cooked, shred meat with two forks and toss well with the sauce.

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