The Easiest Dinner in the World

Tonight’s dinner of pulled pork sandwiches came together in a flash thanks to my beautiful crockpot!

Before I left for work this morning, I added three pork loin centre chops (boneless) to my crockpot and covered them with Campbell’s low sodium beef broth and about a cup of water (I added the water so they would be completely submerged and the beef broth didn’t quite do it).

Boneless Chops

I set the ol’ crockpot on low for 12 hours (I like to give myself some leeway in case there’s a crazy snowstorm or something), and let it do it’s thang all day while I was a busy beaver at work.

Once I returned home this evening, I took the pork out of the crockpot and quickly pulled it with two forks. I then smothered it with BBQ sauce and enjoyed it on a whole wheat sandwich thin. On the side, I roasted asparagus sprayed with olive oil cooking spray and sprinkled with garlic salt.

Pulled Pork + Asparagus = Yum

This dinner came together in about 15 minutes and was definitely a winner!

Note: I have made this before using a lean pork roast and had the same result. I also do this a lot using chicken breasts (with chicken broth), making pulled chicken sammies! Yummers. Feel free to use your fave BBQ sauce.

Have a great night!


6 responses to “The Easiest Dinner in the World

  1. Hey Lindz, Dal and I tried pulled pork a few weeks ago using the “Clubhouse Slow Cookers” seasoning…. Pretty good but probably not as healthy as your way;)

  2. My momma cooked the pulled porkus the other night and made up a new recipe using sweeteners, so way less calories. Crys, I know you hate but Bobby might be interested. I’ll have to get that lovely lady to write down the receipe.

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