This Slow Cooker Apple Barbeque Pulled Pork is a uniquely flavored pulled pork recipe. The sweet complex homemade barbecue sauce with the rich fatty pork makes this dinner amazing!
I don’t eat much meat and I almost never use my slow cooker. But I have been craving a bbq pulled pork sandwich so bad! Everywhere I turn I have been seeing mouthwatering pulled pork sandwiches dripping with barbeque sauce. On food blogs, on Pinterest, on cooking shows, on the cover of Food Network Magazine . . . Alright already!
I am no longer tormented by my craving. I joined the bbq pulled pork invasion and made my own sandwich that is overloaded with fall-off the bone pork then smothered with sweet and tangy barbeque sauce and topped with cool, crisp slaw!
I’m calling it my Apple A Day Pulled Pork Sandwich!
Don’t forget about the Slaw! Check out my Creamy Apple Cabbage Coleslaw recipe for the perfect addition to your pulled pork sandwich!
Bbq Sauce Toss half of the pulled pork with the sauce and eat as is or on a sandwich roll/bun. *Fresh Pressed or Not From Concentrate Apple Juice can be found in the refrigerated juice grocery section. I use Trader Joe's brand or Simply Apple brand.
Nutrition Information Yield 8 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 3495Total Fat 248gSaturated Fat 90gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 134gCholesterol 1030mgSodium 3594mgCarbohydrates 32gFiber 1gSugar 26gProtein 268g
Toss half of the pulled pork with the sauce and eat as is or on a sandwich roll/bun.
*Fresh Pressed or Not From Concentrate Apple Juice can be found in the refrigerated juice grocery section. I use Trader Joe's brand or Simply Apple brand.
Another reminder to check out my Creamy Apple Cabbage Coleslaw . . . Click Here for the recipe.
Also, I have another recipe for the leftover pulled pork (if there is any). If you followed me on Instagram you would already know what it is! I post photos of all my delicious creations on Instagram. Some make it on the blog and some don’t.
“If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples then you and I will still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas.” – George Bernard Shaw