Slowcooker Cranberry BBQ Pork

So with all the hub-bub of the Crockpot Girls on Facebook.  Some blogger friends and I decided to start our own page called the Slowcooker Squad and combine it with a Slowcooker  Linky.  We would love it if you would join us on Facebook- make sure you like the Slowcooker Squad!

I made Slowcooker Cranberry BBQ Pork this week- and I have to say it was quite tasty.

I changed the recipe quite a bit but I love the blog that I got my inspiration from so much that I definitely wanted to give her a shoutout.

Onto the recipe:

Slowcooker Cranberry BBQ Pork (Serves 8 )

2.5 Lb boneless Pork Roast (you will want to go 3-4 lb if it is not boneless)
1/4 cup frozen cranberry juice concentrate- I used an all juice blend
1 cup of water
1 chicken bullion cube (I actually use a vegan brand, nor corn, wheat or anything artificial)
6 oz. can of tomato paste ( I used organic)
1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
1 tsp onion powder
2 tbsp molasses
1/2 tsp salt
1 tbsp soy sauce ( I use gluten free)

Add all the ingredients (except the roast) to the slow cooker pot and stir together until combined. Place the roast on top of the sauce and spoon some sauce over the top of the roast. Cook on low for around 8 hours or until the meat will slice very easily or shred. Serve with sauce on it’s own or on buns (I used gluten free) for sandwiches.

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  1. says

    We don’t eat pork anymore, but I am thinking this would be amazing with chicken breasts too! I’ll have to give it a try ~ looks really delicious!! : ) Heading to FB to like the new page, too! (Would love it if you would like my blog’s page on FB ~ it’s under Just Kidding Around Atlanta)

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