This simply delicious Slow Cooker Apple Cider Pulled Pork is one of my favorite time-saving recipes! That’s why I just had to share it in my four-part Slow Cooker Series over at the Whole30 website.
The reason this melt-in-your-mouth apple cider infused pulled pork is such a time-saver is because it yields a heaping mound of meat. (Just check out the photo below.) And once you’ve got a mountain of shredded pork to enjoy, the possibilities for quick and easy meals are virtually endless.
In fact, I’m sharing a few of my favorite ways to put these delicious leftovers to good use in making even more quick-n-easy meals! [Get the recipes here…]
I am fairly new to Whole30. I found your website and the recipes I have seen look great. My problem is printing them. I can’t find a print button like on other sites. If there is a print button could you please let me know. Thanks so much.
I really like your site.
Hi, Charlene. Thanks for your kind note. This particular recipe is a guest post at Whole30, but my recipes housed on this site do have a print option. If you scroll down to the boxed recipe and look to the right of the recipe title in the box, you’ll see the word PRINT in large letters. Click on that and you can print the recipe. Again, this particular recipe that you’re commenting on is not housed here on my site, but is a guest post at Whole30. 🙂
Charlene Clark says
Thanks for your prompt reply. I did find the PRINT button. The recipe I looked at must have been from someone. Again thanks so much.
Wonderful. My pleasure! Thanks again for your kind note! 🙂
I am having trouble finding unsweetened apple cider. Do you have a specific brand you like to use? Also, can unsweetened apple juice or sauce be used as a substitute?
Hi, Heather. You can use unsweetened unfiltered apple juice instead. It will turn out just great. Or if you don’t have access to unfiltered apple juice, you can use pure filtered apple juice instead. I hope this helps! 🙂 Enjoy!
Very tasty. I used boneless country pork ribs, put them in the fridge in a ziploc bag with the seasonings overnight, then dumped them in the crock on top of the onion, added apple juice (couldn’t find cider) and it took less time since smaller chunks of meat – I think around 3 hours. Didn’t shred. Just ate it in chunks. Big hit!
So glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for taking the time to leave a kind note! 🙂
Just finished my first Whole30, and this was my favorite recipe from the month. I used boneless country pork ribs, put the seasonings on them in the fridge overnight, then cooked in the crock pot with the onions and apple juice (couldn’t find cider). Probably only cooked for 3 hours since it was smaller pieces of meat. Didn’t shred, just ate it with baked sweet potatoes. YUMMMMM!
congrats on finishing your first Whole30 that’s a huge accomplishment! so glad you enjoyed this recipe! 🙂 thanks for leaving a kind note!