At Home Recipes – Summer Time Crock Pot Pulled Pork


Crock Pot Pulled Pork:

I love finding recipes on Pinterest and tweeking them to be my own. I was a little hesitant to make this recipe b/c it seemed too easy, but I actually managed to make it easier than than the original recipe I found. So without further ado:

  • 4lbs. pork ribs (boneless, and I got a smaller size to fit in my smaller crock pot)
  • 1 1/2 tsp. garlic powder
  • 1 medium size bottle of BBQ sauce 1lb. 12oz. (I use Sweet Baby Rays, I can’t remember a time when I used anything else)
  • 2-3 tsp. deli mustard
  • 3/4 C. brown sugar (I like ot use dark, but it doesn’t matter really)

Prep: 10 minutes (maybe) 😀

Cook: on high for 4.5 hours (or longer if you need/have)

Servings: 8? (The original recipe said this would make 4 servings, however it made way more! served 4 people for dinner, then 4 people for lunch, then we still had a large container of it left in the fridge. so I’m guessing 8 person serving with leftovers)


  1. pour half the bottle of BBQ sauce into the bottom of the crock (I usually line mine with crock pot liners, that way clean up is a breeze, you can find them right next to the aluminum foil)crock liner
  2. add all of the pork
  3. mix the remaining ingredients in a bowl, and pour on top of the ribs
  4. cook on high for 4.5 hours, stir/turn sometime in the third hour (if you have the time, knock it down to low after the 4.5 hours for however long you need)
  5. shred (my method of shredding is to pull all the ribs out of the pot, push down on them with a fork and they should fall right apart)

Don’t worry when it looks as though you’re just cooking ribs in there… they won’t even start falling apart until 4 hours (mine actually were still whole until 4.5 hours)

Have fun!