Pulled Pork Crock Pot Style

July Crock Pot Recipes {Week 1}

Hey guys, do you know how hot it is oustside? Where we live at it is so hot that the air is hard to breathe in, yep it is that hot! Well, here is the problem, I love to cook! With it being blazing outside, there is no way, no way at all I could ever think about turning my oven on! So, what is a girl to do? You guessed it, I cook in my crock pot!

For the month of July I have teamed up with some amazing bloggers to bring you some fantastic recipes you can try in your crock pot at home! Why turn that oven on, when you don’t really need too!

My first recipe for July is pulled pork sandwiches! Talk about delicious! My family absolutely loved them! Also, I wanted to let you know that I have to be very careful of everything I cook, because my husband has Crohn’s disease and this is one of those yummy meals he can actually dig into! Well, I hope you enjoy the recipe and until next week!

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16  ounces of A&W Root Beer

2 1/2 lb of pork tenderloin

18 ounces of Dan’s Prime Texas Classic BBQ Sauce



Put your 2 1/2 lbs of pork tenderloin into your crock pot.

Fill the crock pot with 18 ounces of A&W Rootbeer.

Pour Dan’s Texas Classic BBQ Sauce over the pork tenderloin and rootbeer.

Place the lid on top of crock pot, cook on low setting for 12-18 hours depending on how tender you want it!

Place cooked pulled pork on top of a hamburger bun!

*You can substitute the brand of rootbeer and bbq sauce to whatever kinds you like!


ENJOY!! : )

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Also check out the other crock pot recipes that some of my favorite bloggers came up with

The Vegan Bee- Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Artisan Bread in a Crock Pot

My Six Ring Circus — BBQPulled Pork

Happy Accidents Happen – Thai-inspired chicken soup

The Life of the Bucks– Enchilada Soup


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