Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork

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This is one of the yummy recipes you may find in your meal plan. We made this and it was delicious.

Enjoy!
(recipe from: Emeals

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  1. Patrice

    This looks so yummy, I can't wait to make it! Great picture!

  2. Helene

    I usually go to the grocery store everyday because I love to get my food fresh. I plan in the morning and then pick up what I need for Dinner. This recipe sounds so yum!

  3. Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel

    I meal plan every week, and I love it! It saves time and money, especially after a long day :) and you know me, I love my slow-cooker meals! Actually, pulled pork is one of our favorites, but I'll have to try your version with the cola. Looks so tender!

  4. Kara

    If I don't want the coleslaw over it I don't need to get the mayonnaise, sugar or vinegar right?

  5. Kara

    The BBQ sauce and cola doesn't cover even half of the pork...is that okay? Won't it be dry?

  6. Georgi

    Made the pulled pork last night. Let cool, separated pork from sauce and put in fridge. Today I scraped the solid fat off the sauce and boiled until half reduced to thicken. (Use the end of a wooden spoon to first measure the amount in pan and check every 5 minutes or so). Then shredded pork and added enough to reduced sauce. Add some salt to taste. What a great sandwich! Great sliders for a party, freeze some ... It's all so good!!! I used Sweet Baby Ray's barbecue sauce too.