Ready in 7 hours
This kid-popular dish is sweet and savory, and most importantly, extremely easy to make. Serve with crunchy coleslaw on the side.
"I read reviews 1st..seared meat 1st- good idea since it gives you some "bark" or "burnt ends"..made my favorite BBQ sauce and added liquid smoke. It was tender and delicious. I made carmelized onions and served on a variety of rolls with coleslaw. Thanks for posting..will be a go to winter dinner!"- CYAG
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1. Place the pork roast in your slow cooker. Cover; cook on low for 10 to 12 hours or on high for 5 to 6 hours or until pork is tender.
2. Remove the pork roast from the slow cooker and shred with 2 forks. Pour out any liquid in the pot. Return the pork to the cooker; add the barbecue sauce, brown sugar, lemon juice and onion. Cook on high for 1 hour or on low for 2 hours.
3. Serve the pork on hamburger buns or hard rolls.
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StaceyHappyMom 1 month agoFiled this in my favorites! Thanks!
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Stevhens 4 months agoUse apple juice instead of water in the slow cooker
clga 4 months ago
kcrp 5 months agoMade for Father's Day and my hubby and Dad loved it! Followed some suggestions from other reviews and turned out great!! Will definitely make again:)!!
ChefKatie724 6 months ago
zbmcghee 7 months agoVery easy to make and very delicious!
jessi4395 7 months ago
miller241 7 months ago
CYAG 7 months agoI read reviews 1st..seared meat 1st- good idea since it gives you some 'bark' or 'burnt ends'..made my favorite BBQ sauce and added liquid smoke. It was tender and delicious. I made carmelized onions and served on a variety of rolls with coleslaw. Thanks for posting..will be a go to winter dinner!
klynn11 7 months ago
ltrevino1605 10 months ago
Kof31 10 months agoWas easy and delicious!
Roxy11temps 10 months agoI used Reggae Reggae bbq sauce it was delicious
kennethcikanovich 1 year agoI made this but added chipotle peppers to the overnight cook. Added a bit of smoke and heat to the flavor of the pork.
ashleyclark1 1 year ago
luvmyevyn 1 year agoWe made these last night. They were a hit! The only thing I did different was that I hadded about 3/4c. water when first putting in the roast.
LolaBunny 1 year agoThis was the first time I made pulled pork sandwiches at home. I can assure you that it will not be the last. It was a great meal. I also did not have an entire 2.5 lb pork roast. It makes a lot and is great for people who have a big family. Definitely kid friendly as well!