Easiest pulled pork recipe: pork butt, 1 can of diet pepsi, bottle sweet baby ray's BBQ sauce, & lawry's season salt. coat pork with lawry's, put all ingredients in crock pot & cook for 4 hours. then use 2 forks to shred the pork & cook for 1 more hour.
Beef and Noodles Crockpot Recipe - didn't cook it all night and added beef broth to this as well. Cooked it about 6 hours then added 4 cups of water with the noodles. Is good over toast. Very good flavor.
Proposal Pulled Pork: lb of pork butt/shoulder (boneless), cup brown sugar (i just pour it on the top so I didn’t get an exact measurement), half of a red onion chopped, cup of bbq sauce. then just layer up your crockpot!
Crockpot Creamy Chicken and Rice 4 boneless skinless chicken breast 1 large Vidalia onion (chopped) 8 ounce box of Zatarain's Yellow Rice Mix (cooked) 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese 1 can cream of chicken soup 1 can whole kernel corn (drained)
Perfect Authentic Southern Pulled Pork — This post is one of our oldest & most popular recipes on our entire site. It’s been made thousands of times from readers all over the world. SO yummy & flavorful & tender, it just melts in your mouth!
~Our Family Rating 8 ✔~ This Dr. Pepper Pulled Pork is one of my favorite slow cooker BBQ Pork recipes! The Dr Pepper makes the pork super moist, a hint of cherry flavour, and falls apart so barely requires shredding!
crockpot beef carnitas tacos - flank steak gets a spicy rubdown before sitting in a crockpot for 8 hours with onion, bell pepper and jalapeno. After 8 hours the meat just falls apart ready for a yummy taco.
Slow Cooker Cheesy Chicken and Yellow Rice - this was ok. Chicken came out bland but rice/soup/corn mixture was very yummy! It also made far more rice mixture than chicken - had lots of just that left over.
Melt-in-your-mouth Slow Cooker Pulled Pork with hoisin, ginger, and garlic, topped with crunchy peanut broccoli slaw. Made with pork tenderloin for a healthier cut than pork shoulder!
Slow Cooker "Melt in Your Mouth" Pot Roast
Slow Cooker "Melt in Your Mouth" Pot Roast ~ The meat is juicy and fall-apart tender. The vegetables are cooked just right and are full of flavor. The seasonings are simply spot on and the broth yields a fabulous gravy-like sauce that is divine when poured over everything prior to serving.