It's a cold, rainy day and nothing will warm you up like comfort food.

I'm a seasonal eater. What I mean by that is that I eat certain foods in certain weather. I don't want hot Italian dishes on a sunny 90-degree day. I want a crisp salad then. If it's a cold rainy day, I want nothing more than hot comfort food. It's even better if it doesn't take that much to make.

If you're like me, and want some easy, warming, and delicious comfort food for this rainy day, you've come to the right place. I have created my own Crock-Pot pulled pork recipe that is sure to satisfy the whole family, or just yourself. Eat it all, I'm not judging! All you'll need is a Crock-Pot/slow cooker, jar/bottle of barbeque sauce, and a pork shoulder or pork butt. You can use a boneless pork loin if you want it a little leaner, just know the meat isn't going to be as "fall-apart" like a pork shoulder/butt.

This is seriously the easiest recipe ever and it's so delicious.

Taylor Dickson
Taylor Dickson

Crock-Pot Pulled Pork

1. Pour 1/4 a bottle/jar of barbeque sauce into your slow cooker. I use Sweet Baby Ray's Original barbeque sauce, but use whatever you like

2. Place pork in the slow cooker.

3. Pour another 1/4 of the bottle/jar of barbeque sauce on the pork.

4. Cover with lid and cook on high for 4 hours.

5. After four hours have passed, shred the pork with two forks until it resembles classic pulled pork. It doesn't need to be perfectly shredded, but get it as good as you can.

6. Pour the remaining barbeque sauce in the bottle/jar on the pork.

7. Cover with lid and cook again on high for 2 hours. It's not bad if it cooks longer than that!

8. Serve with sides like cornbread, coleslaw, mac, and cheese, and/or mashed potatoes!

9. Tag us in your pictures showing us how good this came out.

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