Do you love your Crock Pot as much as I do? If I can put dinner in the slow cooker in the morning, it makes my day so much easier. I recently picked up a pork roast for only 99¢/lb. and wanted to make roasted garlic and herb pulled pork sandwiches for dinner. The recipe couldn’t be easier because it only uses 3 ingredients and you let the Crock Pot do all the work!
I put the pork roast in my Crock Pot and seasoned all sides of the roast. I used McCormick Roasted Garlic & Herb Grill Mates because my family loves it. Then, I poured 1/4 cup of water into the bottom of the slow cooker and set it on high to cook until very tender. It takes about 4 hours on high or 8 on low.
Once the pork was tender, I used 2 forks to pull the pork into shreds, discarding the fat. I turned the Crock Pot down to low and sprinkled on a little more seasoning. I let the meat simmer in the juices until ready to serve. We ate the pulled pork on crusty French baguettes with slices of cheese on top.
Roasted Garlic & Herb Slow Cooker Pulled Pork
by The Gunny Sack
Garlic & Herb Seasoning
1/4 cup water
Place pork roast in slow cooker and season all sides with garlic and herb seasoning. Pour water in bottom of slow cooker. Cook until roast is very tender. About 4 hours on high or 8 hours on low. Use 2 forks to pull the pork into shreds, discarding fat. Allow pulled pork to simmer in juices, in slow cooker until ready to serve.
Daniel Warner says
Really it’s a great idea. Thank you for shear it. I will try it.
Randi~Dukes and Duchesses says
Yum … and I love that it’s so simple! I love my crockpot … it’s the only way to keep my sanity some days with all the kids’ activities. I just shared a crockpot recipe that we tried and really liked: http://6dukes.blogspot.com/2012/02/sweet-and-spicy-crockpot-pork-tacos.html
I made this last week and it was wonderful!
My mouth is watering. These sandwiches look so incredibly delicious. Ruth
Kristen @ My Covered Bridge says
This looks delicious! Yum!
sherri lynn says
Oh this looks so good! That seasoning packet you put in looks like it really made this stuff delicious!
Lindsay @ Delighted Momma says
What a great dinner idea!! The slow cooker rocks…I need to get mine out and put it to good use. My husband would love this recipe
oh yum that sounds so good I’d love you to add this to my What We Wore and Made link partymarissahttp://raegunwear.blogspot.com
I’m making this tomorrow! Looks great. I love my crock pot and have some tried and true recipes on my sitewww.hugskissesandsnot.com
Stephanie @ henry happened says
How fabulously easy! I just made slow cooker pulled pork from a recipe in Real Simple – let me say, yours looks better!
So glad I didn’t look at this until I had dinner almost ready :0)
I think my stomach just growled. That looks delicious. What brand of seasoning did you use? And did you just sprinkle generously?
Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted says
Whoa, okay, yeah this 48 hour liquid diet I am on right now has got to end pronto!! This looks so good & comforting….okay must wipe the drool off my keyboard now.
Yummy! This looks & sounds amazing! I swear I pin everything from you. 🙂 Thanks friend!
AM Nichols says
I do something similar with my crockpot and venison or mountain goat. So easy!I’m here through the Blogger Comment Club!
The Answer Is Chocolate says
It’s not even lunch time where I am and you’ve made me so hungry! This looks delish!
Phil and Darby Hawley says
This looks sooooo delicious! My mouth is watering lolStopping by from Crafty, Scrappy, Happy 🙂
workout mommy says
YUM! That looks delicious, thank you for the super easy recipe! 🙂
Shannah @ Just Us Four says
I am a HUGE crockpot fanatic. I love the ability to cook while I am gone. We are big fans of the sante fe chicken from Skinny Taste, Beef Stroganoff from Recipe Girl and I also just use it do cook a bunch of chicken breasts for us in other recipes.