From Microwave to Martha Stewart – Day 3 Crockpot BBQ Pulled Pork

10:32 AM

microwave to martha stewart_picnik
If you have stuck around this long, then you know that I am on a quest to become more like Martha Stewart and less like the microwave loving mommy I usually am in only 90 days! I did want to mention that you may see me skipping a day here or there and that is because on those days I was not cooking. On Saturday we were tailgating with my sister and last night we ate at church.  Also, every Wednesday we have a traditional family outing to a local country buffet so I am only counting the 90 days that I actually cook.

Today is day 3 and I made BBQ pulled pork in the crock pot. I love the Crockpot because it is so convenient and it makes your house smell yummy too. I just throw something in there in the morning and by the time everyone is home in the evening, dinner is good to go. This is a really simple recipe and it made a ton of food. We had lots of leftovers that Matt took to work for the guys the next day, but you could freeze them too.


1 Pork Roast (you can use any size you want, but ours was about 3 pounds and was a lean cut of meat.)
Garlic Powder
1 Onion Chopped
1/2 cup vinegar
1 cup BBQ sauce


Place pork roast in the bottom of the Crockpot with the chopped onion around it. Salt and pepper as you like and add a good amount of garlic powder. This is more or less done to your own personal taste. Cook on high for 6 hours. After about 3 hours, you can take a fork and shred the meat for better cooking. You can add a tad of water to the bottom if you like,  but it is not necessary.
When the six hours is up, drain the meat and add 1/2 cup vinegar and 1 cup of BBQ sauce. We used 1/2 cup Country Bob’s and 1/2 cup of a Honey BBQ sauce that we had here to make it a little sweeter. Cook on low for one hour and then serve.
I served ours on bread with some macaroni and cheese and brussel sprouts, but you can serve it with anything from onion rings to mashed potatoes.
Feel free to share your own favorite recipes. I may feature them in the 90 day challenge!

You Might Also Like


  1. That looks really good!! Another to-do on my cooking list!

  2. This is also really good without the BBQ sauce and using smokehouse pepper (I think McCormick makes it)...pulled pork sandwiches! Way to go!

  3. That sounds great Kristen, I am going to have to look for that on my next trip to the store! Thanks for the tip.

  4. Yummy!! The final plate looks absolutely delicious too!



Stats and Resources