If you like melt-in-your-mouth meat, you have to try these incredible slow cooker pork recipes.
They’re crazy-tender and brimming with fantastic flavor.
Pork is best cooked low and slow until it’s falling apart and juicy. And nothing does that better than the Crock-Pot!
Better still, like these Crockpot chicken breast recipes, you can just set it and forget it.
Then, after a few hours, you’ll have something savory, spicy, or uniquely flavorful, ready for dinner.
So if you’re ready to explore some delicious and mouthwatering slow cooker pork recipes, keep reading!
Crock Pot Pork Recipes
Pulled pork is my favorite dish of all time. In fact, if I could only eat one thing for the rest of my life, it would be this dish.
Sure, there are other delicious versions, but this one packs a punch of flavor that’s impossible to beat.
Something about the sweet, savory, and saucy combination makes it so irresistible.
Coca-Cola stars in this recipe, and it makes all the difference. As it cooks, the soda caramelizes and melds with the pork to create something truly unique.
It might sound like an unusual addition at first, but trust me—this recipe works!
This pork roast might be the best thing to come out of my slow cooker. And Wowza is it ah-mazing.
The pork comes out of the slow cooker so tender it practically falls apart. It’s cooked in a savory sauce made with butter, honey, soy sauce, and garlic.
This dish is perfect for a weeknight dinner and a holiday meal. You can even pair it with your favorite sides like mashed potatoes and veggies.
Autumn is the time for warm, home-cooked meals that make your house smell like magic.
This slow-cooked pork with apples is the perfect way to do just that.
The pork and apples combine to create a tender and flavorful main course. And the rosemary adds just enough aromatic spice to make it stand out.
The best part? It’s no-fuss cooking at its finest. You can prep everything in about 15 minutes, then leave it to cook for six hours.
What’s the most straightforward recipe to make that’s impressive and delicious? Easy, these slow cooker pulled pork tacos.
Just pop everything in the slow cooker and wait for dinner to be ready! Then shred the pork with two forks when you’re ready to eat.
Trust me; it’s restaurant-quality food that nobody will believe is so easy to make.
Pile it on a warm tortilla and top with cheese, cilantro, salsa, or whatever else you like.
I know it sounds strange, but I promise it’s delicious! Just like the cola recipe above, this pulled pork recipe is sweet, savory, and to die for.
Dr. Pepper is the perfect complement to the spices and sauces in the pork. And it also helps tenderize the meat.
It’s juicy and low maintenance which is the dream for a busy cook. Serve it with a warm, toasty bun, and enjoy!
If you’re on the hunt for a delicious Mexican recipe, look no further than Yucatan pork!
This braised pork shoulder is slow-cooked until the meat falls apart. It’s savory with citrusy notes that’ll make your tastebuds dance with delight.
This recipe is enough to feed a crowd. So invite some friends over and wow them with your culinary prowess!
When Monday rolls around, the last thing you want to do is slave away over a complicated meal.
But rather than turning to takeout or frozen dinners, why not try these yummy pork chops?
This honey and garlic pork chop recipe is perfect for an easy weeknight dinner. It’s slow-cooked until it’s succulent and fall-off-the-bone tender.
Serve over rice or with mashed potatoes for a meal that’ll have your family begging for seconds!
Are you on the hunt for the perfect slow cooker recipe to celebrate fall? Look no further!
This Texas pulled pork is ideal for a cozy fall dinner with friends, family, or just by yourself.
Best of all, this dish goes well with anything! Pair it with warm, toasty buns, slather it over nachos, or even use it as a pizza topping.
You really can’t go wrong!
I have a deep love for zesty and spicy carnitas, and thanks to the slow cooker, they’re easier than ever to make.
Juicy, flavorful, and irresistibly delicious; they’re the perfect addition to tacos, burritos, and enchiladas.
The pork is wonderfully soft, but it then gets a quick hit with the broiler to add crispy edges. Yum!
I’m not an expert in authentic Mexican posole, but I like to eat it. And I think this slow cooker pork posole is pretty close to the real thing.
This Crock Pot recipe is easy to follow and tastes insanely good!
Tender pork swimming in a spicy, flavorful stew is the ultimate comfort food. Of course, you’ll want to serve this with bread so you can mop up the leftover sauce!
Make your next game day party one to remember, and whip up these succulent slow cooker root beer baby back ribs!
These ribs are so tender you can pull them apart with your fingers. They’re also juicy and delicious, so I suggest making double!
As a bonus, they’re super easy to make. Just put everything in the slow cooker and let it do its magic!
Ready for a fast and tasty weeknight meal that’ll make you feel like you’re on vacation?
I’ve got just the thing: Filipino pork belly adobo.
This dish is packed with succulent flavor and features salty and sour notes that perfectly contrast each other.
Serve it over a bed of steaming white rice, and enjoy!
One bite of these Alpine pork chops, and you’ll never make another pork chop recipe again!
They’re cheesy and nutty, with an abundance of meaty flavor.
But the best part has to be that the entire dish takes only 15 minutes to prepare, then let your slow cooker do its thing.
It’s still very much winter in my neck of the woods, which means I’m looking for warm and comforting meals.
And what could be better than a big batch of slow cooker chile Verde?
This recipe is the perfect mix of spicy, tender pork and the fresh taste of cilantro. I love to serve it with warm tortillas, but it’s also excellent with rice.
Make a regular day feel special with this slow cooker cranberry pork chop recipe.
This tart berry goes well with succulent pork. It’s sure to make you feel warm and cozy with every bite!
Plus, you can prep this in a few minutes and leave it in the slow cooker while you get on with your day.
Nothing beats the burst of flavors of this pork roast recipe.
It’ll add a flair of Asian cuisine to your dinner table that’s wonderfully rich and insanely good.
The glaze adds a hint of spice along with sweet, tangy goodness. Serve it on a bed of rice with a side of fresh crunchy veggies!
These sweet and saucy Hawaiian BBQ pork tacos capture the flavors of summer just right.
They’re savory, smoky, and spicy, and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by the depth of flavor.
The delicious sauciness of this dish and the delightful fruity finish make them excellent in tacos.
But they’re extra yummy in these crispy wonton bites.
Want to know the easiest way to make pork chops? In the Crock-Pot, of course!
It’s so easy with just 10 minutes to prep, and the result is delicious and tender meat every single time.
Who doesn’t love snuggling up around a campfire with yummy food and great friends?
Of course, it’s a little cold for that now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy this camping-friendly Brunswick stew.
This stew is perfect for whipping up when you want to make something filling!
Just like pineapple on pizza, I know some people might not like the idea of this dish. But I promise it’s irresistible!
The tangy and bright fruit pairs so well with the salty pork, which, let’s be honest, can sometimes be a touch bland.
That little bit of sweetness amps up the pork chops, and all you have to do is open a can. How easy is that?
Whip up this tasty bacon and garlic pork loin for your next weeknight meal, and get ready to be showered with compliments.
This recipe is super easy to make and requires only five ingredients, but it’s jam-packed with fantastic flavor.
It has a nice crisp crust, and the extra bacon is pure genius. Serve it with roasted sweet potatoes and colorful veggies.
These slow cooker ginger beer barbecue baby back ribs are divine!
It’s the kind of meat that’s so tender; it just melts in your mouth. And the sauce… no words can describe how delicious this sauce is.
You’ll just have to try it for yourself!
Pulled pork taquitos are terrific as a snack or meal, but especially late at night when the kids are in bed, and you just want something a little naughty.
The rich flavor and succulent consistency of slow-cooked pork will leave you drooling. Plus, the corn tortillas add a nice crunch to contrast the tender pork.
Make a big batch and keep them in the freezer for whenever the craving hits.
This recipe is one of my new favorites. I just love how the sage and tomatoes bring out the rich, comforting flavors of the pork.
Between the ground pork and the pork shoulder, this has an amazing texture. Plus, it’s ideal for making in a big batch and freezing for later.
If you ask me, chili is excellent all year. But I know it’s way more popular during the colder months.
So, while it’s still nippy out, I highly recommend his tasty pulled pork dish.
It’s got such a nice bite to it (which you don’t always get from ground meat), and it’s super easy to modify.
I always add sweet potatoes and corn to mine, along with plenty of spice!
I am obsessed with Cuban sandwiches. Like, OBSESSED.
But I just don’t have time to make them every day.
So when I discovered the magic of this slow cooker recipe, it was truly a life-saver!
It starts with a pork roast that simmers all day in a beautiful blend of tomato paste, orange juice, diced pickles, lime zest, and lime juice.
After that, it’s just a matter of building your sandwich with Swiss cheese, ham, and extra pickles.
If you love classic chicken cacciatore, here’s a new twist you’ll enjoy.
This slow cooker pork chop cacciatore is just as delicious, and although it has a slightly different flavor, it’s still absolutely mouthwatering!
Amp up taco Tuesday with this slow cooker pulled pork mojito tacos recipe!
It combines zesty and spicy flavors with the meaty goodness of the pulled pork. Every bite of this dish feels like a fiesta of flavors in your mouth.
Try these slow cooker pickled pulled pork sandwiches the next time you’re craving something zesty and filling.
The meaty and spicy goodness in this recipe will have you coming back for seconds!
Their ease and deliciousness make them a crowd-pleaser and a summer classic to boot.
Whether it’s Sunday dinner or a holiday feast, you can’t go wrong with this slow cooker pork roast recipe.
Slow-cooked is the way to go, right? It gives that tangy, sweet, and spicy flavor you crave. Plus, all of the delicious juices will make your meat fall apart.
It only takes minutes to pop this in your slow cooker, leaving you with the whole day to kick back and relax!
This recipe is the easiest and most delicious way to prepare glazed ham.
All you have to do is pour the ingredients into the slow cooker, set it, and let it infuse with deliciousness.
I was amazed at how this ham turned out, and that brown sugar glaze is such a delight! Its sweet, rich flavor is super addictive, and the meat is crazy-tender.
This pork roast recipe is the answer to your Sunday dinner prayers. It’s so easy; you can feed the whole family and then some!
The combination of garlic and herbs adds a pop of flavors with every bite. It’s great alone, on a sandwich, or a bed of mashed potatoes!
Slow cooker roast pork with sage and onion is just what you need after a long, cold day.
It’s quick to prepare and will be ready when you get home. Well…almost ready.
If you like pork with a crispy layer of crackling, you’ll need to put the roast in a hot oven for around 30 minutes after cooking.
If you’re sick of spaghetti and meatballs, why not try this pork and noodle dish?
The flavorful pork combined with tender Amish egg noodles is just amazing!
And I love the gravy-like sauce!
This Cuban dish is sure to be a hit around your dinner table!
It’s slow-cooked with citrus juice, garlic, spices, and herbs to infuse the flavors. The result is succulent pork that has a zesty, refreshing kick.
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