Our Best Pork Slow-Cooker Recipes
Easy BBQ Ribs
Savory, tender, juicy, and slow-cooked to perfection, this recipe for Easy BBQ Ribs is our newest and best. Made with our homemade Rib Rub and Fancy Barbecue Sauce, this dish is finger-licking good.
Slow Cooker Pork Chops with Mushrooms and Carrots
A full-plate dinner simmers to saucy, savory perfection in the slow cooker. To end up with super-succulent pork, don't overcook the chops in the pan before adding to the slow cooker. Just a couple of minutes per side will be enough to achieve nice color. Don't be afraid of the time, you will only be actively preparing and cooking for about 20 minutes as the rest cooks away in the slow-cooker for 7 hours until the meat and vegetables are tender.
Slow-Cooker Parmesan-Herb Pork Loin with Chunky Tomato Sauce
Prep the night before, start cooking in the morning, and it will be ready when you get off work. Or prep it and cook on high for a hearty weekend lunch or dinner in 3 to 4 hours.
Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork
This slow-cooker pulled pork recipe makes budget-friendly homemade barbecue a breeze! 7 ingredients and 10 minutes of prep time are all you need to get this dish cooking for dinnertime.
Easy Slow-Cooker Jambalaya
Make a New Orleans classic without breaking into a Cajun-inspired sweat. Cook the main ingredients for five hours, then shrimp and rice and cook 30 minutes more. This recipe makes eight servings, so make it for a friendly neighborhood gathering.
Braised Pork with Lemon and Sage
The trick to this delicious dish is the thickened Italian-style sauce is taking the lid off the slow-cooker for the final three hours of cooking. Bonus: Your home will smell delicious all afternoon.
Spicy-Sweet Ribs and Beans
Slow-cookers don't brown food, so the secret to this recipe is a quick pass through the broiler for the ribs before they land in the pot. This one-dish main needs only a side of cornbread and a small green salad to complete the Southern meal.
Serve a fresh-from-the-taqueria taco dinner with minimal effort. Twenty minutes before serving, bake a stack of tortillas for about fifteen minutes to warm them, then shred the tender meat with a fork and let everyone serve themselves.
Pulled Pork with Coleslaw
Four ingredients are all you need to bring the smoky flavor of the BBQ joint into your kitchen. Serve with a five-ingredient homemade coleslaw for a Southern-inspired meal.
Chalupa Dinner Bowl
Serve a main-dish taco salad that's sure to impress your guests during your next at-home fiesta. Purchase taco salad shells in the international aisle of the grocery store.
Easy Brunswick Stew
Bring comfort food home with this easy recipe for a classic stew. The recipe has only two steps: combine all ingredients and, six hours later, enjoy!
Italian Braised Pork with Polenta
When ready to serve, just whip up a fresh batch of polenta. Pack any leftover pork in an airtight container and pop into the freezer for a quick and flavorful supper down the road.
Spicy Country Ribs
Spice up traditional pork ribs with a hit of Worcestershire sauce and ground chipotle chili powder. Pair with coleslaw and cornbread, to cut the smoky heat.
Plate a budget-friendly Mexican-inspired dish for about $1 per serving. Brown the boned pork in a skillet before transferring to a slow-cooker.
Cuban Pork and Black Bean Stew
This pork stew is a real favorite. Serve with rice, sour cream and lime wedges, if desired.
Slow-Cooker Sunday Sauce
Canned whole peeled tomatoes work best in this delicious sauce. Use a pair of kitchen shears to coarsely cut them in the can, or squeeze them by hand.
Pulled Pork Sandwiches with Sriracha BBQ Sauce
Get your barbecue fix with these hearty pulled pork sandwiches.