Bbq pulled pork

Bbq pulled pork


February 4, 2015

  • Prep: 5 mins
  • Cook: 7 hrs
  • Yields: 4-6


1 roast pork

1 cup of honey

1 bottle of BBQ sauce (I used smokey)

2 tbl garlic

1 onion


1Put pork into the slow cooker

2Put in the rest of the ingredients and stir in together well

3Turn the pork over a few times so it can be covered in all marinade

4Cook on low for 7 hours

5Take of fat and then flake with a fork

Submitted by Jessie


25 Reviews

I tend to leave the fat on (fat side down) during cooking then remove prior to shredding for max flavour. But you can remove it at start too if you prefer 🙂 I’d go two bottles for one that big for max flavour 🙂


May 4, 2020

Hi I’ve got a 3kg boneless pork shoulder,do I trim the fat off, how long will it need and how big of bottle of sauce will be enough?
Sorry for so many questions.

I reckon you totally could – yum!


May 22, 2019

Do you think i could add whole potatoes with it then once the pork is done, so after 7 hours, take them out and smash them-for the pork to go ontop off?

Jodie Leemhuis

November 22, 2018

Absolutely perfect pulled pork recipe right here!! I used sweet baby rays sweet & spicy bbq sauce, onion flakes instead of diced onion and added some cracked black pepper and a squeeze of maple syrup to the marinade. So delicious served on Vietnamese rolls with coleslaw and potato gems as a side 😋😍 We love this recipe Jessie, so easy and so, so yummy!!!

Dani Nonkovic

September 13, 2018

Wow! This was so good!
I cooked a 2.2kg boneless pork shoulder roast for 8 hours on low – the meat flaked apart so easily & flavour was on point 👌🏼
I wouldn’t change anything and will definitely be making it again 😁
I served on mini rolls with coleslaw, however so many other options to try, such as:
-On baked potatoes with sour cream
-On nachos or fries
-On mashed potatoes
-With rice & veg

Kate B

August 25, 2018

I made this using a smokey hickory bbq sauce and it was delicious! I cooked it on low for around 9hrs and it flaked beautifully.

A: If it’s not pull apart like it normally is other times it needs more time 🙂
A: I take my string off at the start as it’s so much easier than the end when it’s hot 🙂


August 2, 2018

This is literally my favourite flavour ever ! But when I cooked it last I used a 2.1kg piece and after 8 hours it was so so hard to pull apart! Just wondering if this might mean it needed longer cooking or less ? I left the string on for that time maybe I should of cut it off first ?

Leonie Rogers

July 31, 2018

This was delicious.

The recipe didn’t indicate a size for the roast, so I went with a 1.6kg piece. Completely the correct choice. It cooked perfectly for 7 hours.

I didn’t have quite enough honey, so I added some molasses. That was a full flavour taste!

Served with chips and pasta salad.

Aspie kids enjoyed it (they have taste and food texture issues and this meal ticked their boxes).

So, we’re having this again, but I might cut the rind off prior to cooking and make it into crackling next time.

Thanks for the recipe!


May 28, 2018

Delicious! One of the best Pulled porks we have ever had!

Hi Maria

Was it a very lean piece? That can give a dry result sometimes?
Time wise if it was easy to pull apart it was cooked long enough 🙂

Maria De

May 18, 2018

I’m very new to slow cooking and this was only my third attempt at it. I cooked this today but it turned out really dry. I’d like to know where I went wrong
2.2kg pork leg on low for 9 hours (I read somewhere that pork takes 8-10 hours)
Thank you

I think you could probably extend the time out that long
Especially if it’s a larger roast piece 🙂

Serve pulled pork with mash and veg, or with coleslaw on breadroll sliders, or in wraps with salads are just a few options


April 28, 2018

Would it be ok to leave it cooking for 10-11 hours on low? And what can u serve with it?


July 7, 2017

Amazing. The whole family loved it and super easy


June 24, 2017

Absolutely delicious.
Cooking it for the second time this week!


June 12, 2017

Yum. I was dubious. But I did it with Rolled pork shoulder (no bone).

I cut the crackling off at the end and tried to cackle it, but understandably it didn’t really crackle but it taste yummo anyway

We served on rolls with coleslaw, corn and potatoes as sides.

Will happily make again!


April 10, 2017

What do you serve with it

Kate Dix

March 29, 2017

This recipe was a hit with the whole family and so easy to do!
Easily one of my favorite slow cooker dishes.

Julie Hurley

February 11, 2017

Have made this many times even while camping in the camp oven. Recommend everyone try this recipe, it’s easy and very tasty. A winner with the whole family.


October 30, 2016

This was amazing! Sooooo yummy.

Natalie Davis

August 21, 2016

Omg love this recipe. Cooking as well speak

Deb Wessley

August 10, 2016

Ive made this so many times its not funny. It is absolutely delicious

Lisa Jobson

April 6, 2016

I am cooking this presently and looks and smells fantastic

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