If you’re like me, then you’re always looking for new and delicious ways to cook pork.
Well, look no further!
I’ve gathered up 51 of the best crockpot pork recipes out there.
From simple and easy crock pot recipes to more complex dishes, I’m sure you’ll find something to love.
So fire up your crockpot and get cooking!
51 Easy Crockpot Pork Recipes
There’s nothing quite like a delicious, home-cooked meal.
And when it comes to effortless cooking, crockpot recipes are my favorite.
With just a few simple ingredients, you can prepare a flavorful dish that everyone will love.
One of my personal favorites is crockpot pork.
Whether it’s pulled pork sandwiches or pork tenderloin with vegetables, this type of dish always hits the spot.
And cleanup is a breeze since everything goes into the crockpot!
If you’re looking for an easy and delicious recipe to add to your repertoire, I highly recommend giving some of these crockpot pork recipes a try:
This is a very simple crockpot recipe, but it’s also very flavorful and easy to make.
The pork shoulder is rubbed with spices and brown sugar, then slow cooked for 8 hours until it shreds easily.
Then you add pineapple juice and barbecue sauce, which creates a delicious sweet-and-spicy flavor profile that works well with coleslaw for an easy sandwich or burger topping.
This one takes a bit more work than the previous one—you need to braise the pork first before adding it to your crockpot—but the end result is worth it.
The meat gets incredibly tender after being braised on the stovetop in beer and onion juices, then sprinkled with pickles before being transferred to your slow cooker.
This creates a juicy filling that tastes amazing when piled on top of slider buns!
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I like this recipe because it’s easy to make, it’s cheap, and it makes your entire house smell amazing!
However, I would change the peppers to green bell peppers.
They will be less expensive than red or yellow bell peppers, which are much more commonly used in this recipe.
You can also use canned diced tomatoes instead of whole tomatoes if you want to save even more money!
This recipe tastes amazing!
To improve on it, try adding some shredded lettuce or cilantro to your tacos for a fresh crunchy texture that contrasts with the soft tortillas.
And if you’re feeling fancy (or just want to impress someone), substitute sour cream for Greek yogurt in your sauce—it’ll taste almost exactly the same but cost less than half as much!
This is a great recipe for anyone who needs to cook pork that is on the fattier side.
It’s also great because it’s easy to make, and you don’t need to do much prep work before you start cooking.
The only thing you’ll have to do beforehand is chop up some onions and garlic cloves, which isn’t hard at all.
This is a recipe that’s great for beginners because it doesn’t require a lot of advanced cooking techniques or equipment (like a pressure cooker).
The main thing you’ll need before starting this recipe is a crockpot, but if you don’t have one already then I recommend getting one ASAP!
You’ll be amazed by how many things you can make with it once you get started.
This recipe is super simple: you just put the ingredients in a crockpot, turn it on low for eight hours, and then shred the meat with a fork.
The meat comes out perfect—tender and juicy.
I just love this recipe because it’s so easy to make and tastes delicious!
This recipe is also very simple: you just put all of the ingredients in a slow cooker, turn it on high for four hours, then turn it down to low for another two hours.
Then you take out your pork roast, slice it up, put it back in the slow cooker with some water (to help keep it moist), and let cook another hour or two until the meat is tender enough to shred with a fork.
This recipe is delicious and you can use whatever ingredients you have on hand.
I like to use a whole pork loin (boneless) or even just a pork shoulder roast if that’s what I have in the freezer.
You can use brown sugar instead of white sugar, if you want to add more flavor.
If you don’t want to use balsamic vinegar, apple juice works too!
You can also substitute honey for the brown sugar or maple syrup for the balsamic vinegar if that’s what you have in your pantry!
It’s a quick way to make a meal that everyone will love!
I love kielbasa because it has so much flavor!
This recipe is great because it doesn’t require much prep work—just open up some cans of tomatoes and beans and dump them into your slow cooker with some other ingredients, then let everything cook together for hours until it becomes fall-apart tender and delicious!
This is a great recipe for people who want to cook an entire meal in one pot—and get a lot of flavor from it.
It’s also a good recipe if you’re looking to impress someone with your cooking skills, because it’s fairly simple but looks like you put a ton of effort into it! (And the aroma will make your house smell amazing!)
Cochinita pibil is another delicious and impressive dish that’s really easy to make in your slow cooker.
It’s got lots of awesome flavors going on, including citrus and spice—and if you make this dish with my advice, you’ll end up with tender meat that melts in your mouth!
This is one of my favorite recipes because it’s so easy to make, and it’s a great way to use up leftovers.
I also love that you can make it with whatever veggies you have on hand.
I usually use frozen spinach and green beans, but if you want to swap those out for something else, go right ahead!
I like to use pork sausage in this recipe because it adds tons of flavor, but if you want to cut back on the fat, feel free to use turkey sausage instead.
You can also add extra veggies if you want to bulk up your quiche—just cook them separately before adding them into the slow cooker.
This recipe is pretty inexpensive to make—you can probably get most of what you need at the grocery store for less than $20!
If you do buy everything fresh (which isn’t necessary), make sure you check out any fresh produce first before buying it so that nothing has gone bad or moldy yet (this happened once when I bought some tomatoes).
This recipe is so easy—it requires just four ingredients (chops, potatoes, onion powder and pepper).
You just put all the ingredients in your slow cooker and cook it on low for 8 hours.
After 8 hours, you’ll have some delicious pork chops and potatoes that you can eat right out of the crock pot!
For me, this recipe could be improved by adding more seasonings to make it more flavorful.
I would also like to try cooking the pork chops longer than 8 hours so they’re more tender.
This is a great way to get some vegetables into your meal without having to sit down with a knife and fork and cut up some lettuce or broccoli.
The salsa gives the pork a nice flavor, but the vegetables add texture and bite.
It’s also a great way to get some fruit into your diet if you don’t have time for an apple or banana on top of everything else you already have to do.
This recipe is super simple, but there are a few things that could make it even better:
- First, try adding some potatoes or other vegetables in with the beans to add more bulk and flavor to your soup (check out my post on the best Crockpot Soup Recipes).
- Second, try using less ham hocks and more chicken broth to give it a lighter feel without losing any flavor—you’ll still get all those lovely ham notes without having that heavy feeling in your stomach afterwards!
This dish has tons of flavor.
The only thing I would change is to use pork butt or shoulder instead of boneless pork loin.
The meat will be more tender and flavorful this way.
You can also add some onions and garlic to the mix for added flavor and texture.
Posole is one of my favorite meals (and if you’re not familiar with posole, I highly recommend trying it).
This recipe makes a simple version of posole with only four ingredients: pork shoulder roast, water, hominy (See Also: Canned Hominy Recipes) (dried white corn kernels), and saltine crackers.
It’s easy to make in your crock pot, but you can also boil the ingredients in a large pot on the stovetop if you prefer.
This recipe is great because it’s super easy to make and it tastes delicious!
I usually just make the stew plain, but you could add some extra ingredients if you want.
I love this recipe because it’s such a great way to get my slow cooker out of the closet after I’ve been using it all winter long.
You could improve on this recipe by adding more vegetables or even different meats.
You can use any kind of veggies that you like—I often throw in carrots, potatoes, or peas at the end of cooking time.
If you aren’t a fan of pork, chicken would also work well in this recipe!
I love making this recipe when I’m looking for something quick and easy but still filling and flavorful.
It’s a bit higher maintenance than the stew (because you have to brown the pork before putting everything in the slow cooker), but it’s worth it for how incredible this meal tastes!
You could improve on this recipe by making sure that your noodles are cooked through before serving—just check them every now and then while they’re simmering away in the pot!
This is such a simple recipe that I use it all the time.
It’s one of my go-to slow cooker recipes that I like to have on hand in case I’m not sure what to make that day.
The gravy is really tasty, and it’s nice to just dump everything into the slow cooker and then come back later to eat something delicious!
This stew is super flavorful, especially if you use dark beer instead of regular beer (which will give it an even deeper color).
It also has great texture from all of the veggies added at the end, so it feels really satisfying to eat—like something healthy and hearty without feeling too heavy on your stomach.
This is a great recipe for weeknight dinners when you want something that tastes fancy, but doesn’t require a lot of prep time.
The pork is super flavorful and tender, and the sauce it’s cooked in is so delicious that I could probably drink it from a straw (not recommended).
My only complaint is that the recipe calls for three cloves of garlic, which I find excessive.
I’d recommend cutting down to two cloves—if you still use all three, then make sure to remove them before serving!
This one is also really good because it uses apples, which are my favorite fruit (and probably yours too).
I love how they add sweetness to the dish without being too sweet.
The only thing I would change about this recipe is that I would increase the amount of apples so that they’re more evenly distributed throughout the dish rather than just sitting at the bottom of your slow cooker (which is where they will end up if you don’t stir them).
Hawaiian Luau Slow Cooker Pork is a nice departure from traditional barbecue flavors—it’s got a bit of an Asian twist with the pineapple juice and soy sauce.
You can also substitute brown sugar for granulated sugar if you’d prefer that flavor profile; either way works fine!
The beans in this one give this dish a unique texture that pairs nicely with the tender pork shoulder.
The recipe calls for canned beans, but if you have time on your hands (and don’t mind doing some chopping) you could try substituting them with dried beans instead—just make sure they’ve been soaked overnight before adding them to your slow cooker!
This recipe is super easy to make and can be done in the crockpot, so it’s a great option for busy nights.
The pork loin is marinated in a spicy cilantro sauce and then cooked until tender.
The glaze is made with apricots, brown sugar, soy sauce, vinegar, ginger and garlic cloves.
You can serve this dish over rice or couscous and pair it with a side salad for a complete meal!
To improve on this recipe: I would add more vegetables like carrots or bell peppers to give it more flavor and texture.
The recipe doesn’t call for any additional ingredients besides what’s in the marinade, so you could also add some lemon juice or lime juice during cooking time if you wanted to give it an extra citrus kick!
If you’re in a hurry, or if you don’t want to spend a ton of time preparing food, this is a great option for you.
It takes only about 10 minutes of prep time, and that includes putting the apricot glaze together—you can just mix it up in a bowl while the meat cooks!
You can also use any type of fruit juice instead of apple cider vinegar if you like—I’ve tried pineapple juice before and it was great!
Just make sure to keep the ratio of 1 cup fruit juice to 1 tablespoon oil the same.
I like this recipe because it only requires you to add salt and pepper!
This makes it super easy to make—you don’t even have to measure anything out!
It also makes for a delicious dinner—the pork is tender and juicy while still being flavorful enough that you don’t need anything else with it.
However, sometimes I find myself wishing there was more substance to the dish; maybe if there were vegetables or other meats added in?
I’ve made this dish twice now, and both times it’s turned out great!
It’s not too spicy or sweet, just right.
The only thing I would change is that it doesn’t have enough sauce for how much meat there is.
I would add more cranberries and pineapple juice to make more sauce.
You can also add some garlic powder or onion powder to the sauce if you want it spicier.
I’m sure you’ve had your share of split pea soup, but have you ever had it with ham and jalapeno?
This unique twist on the classic dish is absolutely delicious, and it’s also surprisingly easy to make.
The key to getting the perfect texture is to cook the split peas until they’re nice and soft, but not mushy.
And if you want a little extra flavor, try adding a pinch of cumin to the soup.
Trust me, you’ll love this soup!
It’s almost like tomatoes and pork chops were made for each other!
This recipe is easy to follow and yields delicious, juicy pork chops with a crispy, flavorful topping.
The hardest part is waiting for the crockpot to do its magic!
For an extra zing, try adding some garlic or herbs to the tomato topping.
And if you’re looking for a heartier dish, serve the pork chops over a bed of cooked rice, quinoa, or pasta.
If you’re into a chunky chili with a little bit of a kick, this recipe is for you.
It’s not too difficult to make, and the slow cooker does most of the work.
The end result is a flavorful, hearty dish that can be spiced up to your liking.
To jazz up this chili, try adding some shredded cheese or sour cream on top.
You could also throw in some chopped onions or green peppers to change things up.
If you want an even heartier meal, serve it over a bed of rice or pasta.
I used to love the smell of my mom cooking a big pot roast on Sundays.
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It would fill the whole house with this amazing, savory aroma.
And when it was finally time to eat, the pot roast would be so tender and juicy, it would just melt in your mouth.
Now, I can create that same delicious experience with this easy crockpot recipe.
This pot roast has all the classic flavors that you would expect, like garlic, onion, and rosemary.
But what really makes it special is the addition of red wine.
It really adds depth and richness to the dish.
And don’t worry, the alcohol cooks off, so this is a family-friendly meal.
The best part about this recipe is that it is so easy to make.
Just throw all the ingredients into the crockpot, and let it do its thing.
You’ll end up with a perfectly cooked pot roast that is so tender, it will practically fall apart.
And the gravy is absolutely delicious. Just add some mashed potatoes, and you’ve got a complete meal.
If you want to jazz up this pot roast, you can try adding some different vegetables, like carrots or green beans.
Or, you could add some diced potatoes right into the crockpot. Either way,
If there’s one thing Mexican cuisine is known for, it’s flavorful dishes.
And these pork burritos are no exception.
Packed with juicy pork, tender beans, and zesty spices, they’re sure to satisfy even the most discerning palate.
Best of all, they’re relatively easy to make, so you won’t have to spend hours in the kitchen.
Simply let the pork cook in the crockpot until it’s nice and tender, then assemble the burritos and enjoy.
If you’re looking for a little extra flavor, try adding some chopped onions, peppers, or tomatoes to the mix.
You can also top your burritos with shredded cheese, sour cream, or your favorite salsa.
Whatever you do, just make sure you enjoy every bite.
I bet you didn’t expect to see a meat lover’s pizza hot dish on a crockpot pork recipe list, but here it is!
This dish is packed with flavor, and is sure to be a hit with anyone who loves pizza.
It’s also relatively easy to make, so it’s perfect for a weeknight meal.
The texture of the dish is slightly chewy, but the toppings add a nice crunch.
If you want to jazz it up, you can add some extra toppings like onions, peppers, or sausage.
How about some flavor?
This slow-simmered meat ragu is packed with it.
The dish takes a little bit of time to prepare, but it’s well worth the effort.
The texture is rich and hearty, making it the perfect comfort food.
Here are a few tips to help you out:
- Make sure to brown the meat before adding it to the crockpot. This will give it a nice flavor.
- Add the vegetables in towards the end so they don’t get too mushy.
- If you want a bit of a kick, add in some red pepper flakes.
There you have it!
A delicious and easy-to-make slow-simmered meat ragu.
In case you need a delicious breakfast option for serving a crowd or simply want to make ahead and have breakfast ready for the week, this slow cooker breakfast casserole is for you!
It’s packed with flavorful ingredients like sausage, eggs, and cheese, and has a great texture thanks to the addition of hash browns.
Plus, it’s easy to make and can be jazzed up with your favorite breakfast toppings.
Mexican cuisine holds a special place in my heart, and I’m always looking for new ways to incorporate it into my cooking.
These pulled pork tacos with pineapple slaw are the perfect blend of sweet and savory, and they’re easy to make, too!
The pork shoulder is cooked in a Crockpot with a few simple seasonings, then shredded and served on soft tortillas with a fresh pineapple slaw.
You can add any of your favorite taco toppings, but I like to keep it simple with just a little cilantro and lime.
Just because its name is Christmas ham doesn’t mean you have to save it for the holidays.
This Crock-Pot recipe is easy and delicious any time of year.
The ham comes out full of flavor and the perfect texture.
Plus, it’s a great way to feed a large group of people.
To jazz up your Crock-Pot Christmas ham, try glazing it with brown sugar or your favorite BBQ sauce.
You can also add some chopped pineapple or other fruit for a unique twist.
Whatever you do, this recipe is sure to be a hit!
This Carolina Pulled Pork recipe is easy and full of flavor.
The pork comes out tender and juicy, and is perfect for piling on a bun.
For an extra zesty kick, try adding some BBQ sauce to the mix.
No matter how you serve up sausage, it always seems to be a hit!
This Slow-Cooker Sausage and White Bean Soup is no exception.
It’s packed with flavor, and the sausage gives it a nice, hearty texture.
The best part is that it’s so easy to make!
Just throw everything in the crockpot and let it do its thing.
If you’re looking to jazz up this soup, try adding some chopped kale or spinach to the mix.
You could also top it with a bit of shredded cheese or some crumbled bacon.
No matter how you serve it, this soup is sure to please!
If there’s one thing I know about sandwiches and the American South, it’s that pulled pork is king.
And while there are a million ways to enjoy this classic dish, one of my favorites is on a fluffy biscuit with some crispy kale.
This recipe is easy to follow and produces delicious results.
The pork is cooked to perfection and the kale provides a nice crunch.
I like to add a little bit of hot sauce to my sandwich for an extra kick, but you can enjoy it however you like.
If you’re looking for a tasty and satisfying sandwich, give this pulled pork and kale biscuit recipe a try.
You won’t be disappointed.
If you like the taste of honey and balsamic vinegar, then you’ll love this recipe for slow cooker honey balsamic pulled pork.
The pork is cooked until it’s tender and juicy, and then it’s shredded and mixed with a sweet and savory sauce made with honey, balsamic vinegar, and other seasonings.
This dish is easy to prepare and can be served as is or with some sides.
It’s easy crockpot pork recipes like this one that make weeknight meals a breeze.
Although chili verde is often made with chicken, this slow-cooker version uses pork for a delicious twist.
The pork is cooked until it is tender and full of flavor, and the chili verde sauce is perfect for spooning over rice or tortillas.
This dish is not too difficult to make, but it does require some time to cook.
Be sure to check on the pork occasionally to make sure it is cooking evenly.
For a little extra flavor, try adding some cumin or chili powder to the sauce.
Sometimes we just want something spicy, and this recipe for Slow-Cooker Spicy Pork Loin definitely delivers on that front.
The flavors are bold and the difficulty level is relatively easy, making it a great option for a weeknight meal.
The pork loin comes out nice and tender, and if you’re looking to jazz things up a bit, you could always serve it with some rice and beans.
Asian cuisine often relies on bold flavors, and this pork roast recipe is no exception.
The combination of soy sauce, rice vinegar, honey, and spices gives the pork a delicious and complex flavor that is sure to please.
The best part is that it is all made in the slow cooker, so it is a relatively easy dish to prepare.
The pork roast comes out tender and juicy, with a slightly crisp exterior.
If you want to add a little extra crunch, you can cook the pork under the broiler for a minute or two before serving.
Serve the pork with rice and steamed vegetables for a complete meal.
Glaze? You betcha.
This recipe for Slow-Cooker Asian Pork with Ginger Glaze is packed with flavor and easy to make.
The pork comes out tender and juicy, with a delicious glaze that will have you licking your lips.
And the best part?
It’s all made in your slow cooker, so you can sit back and relax while it does its thing.
So, what are you waiting for?
Give this recipe a try and enjoy a delicious, stress-free meal.
These little wontons are bursting with flavor and are so easy to make!
The pork is slow-cooked in a BBQ sauce, making it tender and juicy.
The wontons have a crispy, yet soft texture and can be easily jazzed up with your favorite dipping sauce.
If you’re still hungry after eating a few, try adding a side of coleslaw or potato salad.
Lastly, on this list of crockpot pork recipes is a dish called Slow-Cooker Brunswick Stew.
As the name implies, this meal takes a little bit longer to cook than the other recipes but it is well worth the wait!
The stew has a fantastic flavor and a great texture.
I personally like to add a little bit of corn to mine, but you can add whatever vegetables you like.
The beauty of this dish is that it is very versatile.
If you want to make it a little spicier, you can add some hot sauce or chili peppers.
If you want it to be more savory, you can add some extra seasoning.
The possibilities are endless!
51 Easy Crockpot Pork Recipes
- Crockpot Hawaiian Pulled Pork
- Pulled Pork Sliders with Pickles
- Crock Pot Italian Sausage and Peppers
- Slow Cooker Pork Tacos
- Slow Cooker Pork & Sage Ragu
- Slow Cooker Mississippi Pork Roast
- Slow Cooker Cherry Coke BBQ Pulled Pork
- Slow Cooker Roast Pork with Sage and Onion
- Slow Cooker Brown Sugar & Balsamic Glazed Pork Loin
- Crock Pot Sweet Kielbasa
- Slow Cooker Baby Back Ribs
- Slow Cooker Cochinita Pibil
- Slow Cooker Ham and Vegetable Quiche
- Slow Cooker Pork Carnitas Burrito Bowls
- Easy Crock Pot Pork Chops
- Slow Cooker Salsa Pork
- Slow Cooker Ham and Bean Soup
- Crock Pot Cuban Pork with Cilantro Lime Rice
- Crock Pot Easy Red Posole
- Slow Cooker Pork Stew
- Slow Cooker Pork and Noodles
- Slow Cooker Pork Roast with Gravy
- Slow Cooker Southwest Pork Stew
- Slow Cooker Cuban Mojo Pork
- Slow Cooker Pork with Apples
- Hawaiian Luau Slow Cooker Pork
- Slow Cooker Barbecue Pork and Beans
- Slow Cooker Caribbean Pork
- Slow Cooker Apricot Glazed Pork Loin
- Slow Cooker Pork and Broccoli
- Slow Cooker Roast Pork with Cranberry Pineapple Sauce
- Split Pea Soup with Ham & Jalapeno
- Tomato-Topped Italian Pork Chops
- Slow-Cooked Chunky Chili
- Sunday Pot Roast
- Pork Burritos
- Meat Lover's Pizza Hot Dish
- Slow-Simmered Meat Ragu
- Slow Cooker Breakfast Casserole
- Pulled Pork Tacos with Pineapple Slaw
- Crock-Pot Christmas Ham
- Carolina Pulled Pork
- Slow-Cooker Sausage and White Bean Soup
- Pulled Pork and Kale Biscuit Sandwiches
- Slow Cooker Honey Balsamic Pulled Pork
- Slow-Cooker Chili Verde
- Slow-Cooker Spicy Pork Loin
- Asian Slow-Cooker Pork Roast
- Slow-Cooker Asian Pork with Ginger Glaze
- Slow-Cooker BBQ Pork Wontons
- Slow-Cooker Brunswick Stew
- Pick your favorite slow slow cooker recipe from this list.
- Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe.
- Enjoy in no time!