Bring out your inner BBQ master with this keto Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork recipe. Just 10 easy minutes of prep, and then let the slow cooker do most of the work for you.
Slow cooker pulled pork is incredibly juicy, tender and flavorful with the perfect blend of spices. It’s an easy “set it and forget it” slow cooker recipe that’ll you’ll love.
Pulled pork is great for serving a crowd or for weekly meal prep – especially as there’s so much you can do with it. Sandwiches, tacos, omelets. The list is endless!
Even though you can make pulled pork via many different ways and cooking methods, like in the oven, in the smoker, in the instant pot, or even braised on the stove for several hours, making it in the slow cooker is the easiest method by far.
Plus, you won’t be heating up the entire kitchen for several hours like you would if you used the oven in the depths of a hot summer.
Our house is 900 square feet, so appliances have to really speak to me to come live in my tiny space.
My slow cooker is one of the most used appliances in my kitchen, right after my air fryer and blender. And it’s perfect for making the best slow cooker pulled pork you’ve ever tasted.
With how busy we all are it’s great to have a recipe that only takes a few minutes to prep and cooks all on its own. There’s definitely no slaving away in the kitchen with this recipe. In fact, it’s quite possibly the easiest pulled pork recipe that exists.
A Few Tips:
Rest the meat before shredding – Try to let the pork sit for an hour after cooking before you shred it. This will maximize the moisture of your meat. If you shred right away after cooking, the juices won’t have a chance to redistribute evenly back through the roast (even though technically those juices will still be in the pot, it won’t be as evenly moist).
Strain and add the juices back to the meat – By the end of cooking, you’ll notice that the pork will be sitting in its own juices. Do not throw these juices away! I pour the liquid through a strainer and incorporate it back into the meat. I store my meat with the juice, so when I reheat it, it’s still juicy.
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Keto Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork
- slow cooker
- Sear your pork shoulder in cast iron until browned. This is an optional step, but recommended.
- Place roast in a slow cooker. Add seasonings. Cover.
- Roast 8 to 10 hours or until tender. Remove. Shred. Serve with optional sugar-free BBQ sauce and coleslaw. Freeze remaining pulled meat if desired.
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