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Barbecue Pineapple Pulled Pork - Slow Cooker Style

This barbecue pulled pork slow cooker recipe is the perfect meal to throw in your crock pot at the beginning of the day and come home from work to a delicious simple dinner. 

Barbecue Pineapple Pulled Pork - Slow Cooker Recipe



This Slow Cooker Barbecue Pineapple Pulled Pork recipe is so simple you're going to think I'm lying. But I'm not, I swear! It's pure delicious. Sure, I still love my stand-by pulled pork recipe for something mild and easily incorporated into other dishes, but if you're looking for sweet barbecue goodness? This is the ticket!



I originally published this slow cooker pulled pork recipe in 2010 when I was just getting comfortable in the kitchen.  My slow cooker was a favorite tool of torture back in those days and it was a definite lottery when dinner came around.  Would the recipe work?  Would it be a terrifying disaster? Who's going to test it first?!  Thankfully, this pork recipe came out great and here seven years later it's still a favorite in our home.  The ox tail soup I made then next week though?  That one won't ever see the light of day again!



Barbecue Pineapple Pulled Pork - Slow Cooker Recipe



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Barbecue Pineapple Pulled Pork - Slow Cooker Recipe



Slow Cooker Barbecue Pineapple Pulled Pork Ingredients:

  • one 4 - 6 pound pork shoulder
  • all purpose seasoning or seasoned salt
  • one bottle of barbecue sauce
  • one 15 ounce can of diced or crushed pineapples, undrained
  • optional garnish: shaved or pickled red onions (check out my easy pickled onion recipe!)


Slow Cooker Barbecue Pineapple Pulled Pork Directions:

  1. Rub pork shoulder all over with all purpose seasoning and place in slow cooker.
  2. Dump can of pineapples (undrained) over pork, then pour bottle of barbecue sauce over pork (lift pork a little to let the sauce get underneath).
  3. Cook on high for six (6) hours or low for ten (10) hours.
  4. Shred in the pot and mix with the juice.
  5. Strain, serve (with pickled onions, of course), and ENJOY!


Barbecue Pineapple Pulled Pork - Slow Cooker Recipe



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This recipe was originally published 6.7.2010

18 comments:

  1. I am adding this to my grocery list. It is going to be tomorrow's dinner! Yum!!!

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  2. Oh my goodness this sounds delicious! What a lovely combination of flavours!

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  3. Mmmm, I bet that's good. Sweet Baby Ray's is the best sauce ever!

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  4. i definitely got to try this. i bet my family would love it. i like the sweet & spicy baby ray's so that might give it a little extra kick.

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  5. Yum! Just made this tonight. Very simple and used my husband's favorite BBQ sauce. It was a big hit here! Thanks! :)

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  6. we literally just finished supper and i had to tell you, this recipe is amazing! so easy and so yummy! i had mrs dash table blend on hand, so used that as the rub & baby ray's vidalia onion bbq sauce. this will become a weekend favorite in our home! thanks so much :)

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  7. I just put this in my crock pot, I used my home made Carolina BBQ Rub, Sweet Baby Rays Vidalia Onion BBQ sauce and pineapple. This is insanely awesome!!!

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  8. How big of a bottle of BBQ sauce??

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  9. Hello!!! Made this for my son's graduation party. Very good! Thanks!!

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  10. I don't need to add water r anything just pinapples and bbq sauce 16oz

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  11. I don't need to add water r anything just pinapples and bbq sauce 16oz

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  12. Has anyone tried this with chicken?

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  13. I added a can of spicy rotell tomatoes...

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  14. what do you mean by "strain": at the end?

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    1. there will be a lot of liquid from cooking at the end.

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  15. So simple and very easy to scale up/down depending on number at the dinner table. Usually just me so I'll buy just a slab of pre-cooked ham and scale every thing back to one big serving.

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