Slow cooker pulled pork with Coke is one of the easiest ways to create delicious BBQ pulled pork to perfection! Coca Cola pulled pork is loaded with flavour and an easy way to enjoy your favourite weekend pork rolls!
Slow Cooker Pulled Pork With Coke Recipe
BBQ pulled pork is a favourite of mine. It may not be particularly fancy or exciting, but there is something wonderful about the tender pork teamed with BBQ flavouring.
And we used to create it with a bottle of BBQ sauce on top after the pork was cooked.
This meant the flavours weren’t absorbed right through the meat. Unlike this Crock Pot pulled pork with Coke recipe.
Slow-cooked in the cola so your pork won’t end up dry. And loaded with flavour right through. Even before you add your sauce on top!
Find the perfect pulled pork side dishes to serve with your tender BBQ pork rolls.
Great For Entertaining
If you are hosting friends for a weekend catch-up or to watch the football on tv, there couldn’t be a more perfect recipe!
This slow cooker Coke pulled pork recipe is one you can prepare early in the day and have it ready to go when your guests arrive.
No fussing in the kitchen. No huge mess with multiple pots and pans to clean afterwards. A simple slow cooker meal everyone will enjoy!
You can even simplify your job even more by setting up a meat and roll station and letting your guests (or family) help themselves too. Couldn’t be easier!
Serving Ideas For Pulled Pork
BBQ pulled pork is a great recipe to have up your sleeve because you can do a whole lot more with it than just add it to rolls.
If you are going for the bread roll or bread option, add coleslaw on top for that American cuisine inspired flavour. It may not be the healthiest meal in rotation, but it sure tastes great!
Or make your own loaded nachos or fries by topping with your slow-cooked pulled pork, salsa, cheese, sour cream and guacamole. YUM!
Pulled pork also tastes great on its own, served with salad or vegetables instead.
You can also freeze pulled pork for later and simply defrost, reheat and serve as you would when it comes straight out of the slow cooker. This makes a perfect quick meal for your freezer cooking rotation!
How To Make Pulled Pork With Coke
You will find a printable recipe card at the bottom of this recipe for this pulled pork slow cooker recipe with coke if you prefer a printed version.
- 1.5-2kg Pork Roast
- 350ml Coca Cola or another cola of your choice
- BBQ Sauce
- Bread Rolls
- Place pork roast in the slow cooker.
- Pour 350ml of Coca-Cola into your slow cooker over the meat. If you have a 600ml bottle, this will be just over half your bottle and makes it easy to estimate without measuring.
- Cook the pork roast on high for 4 hours or for 8 hours on low.
- Pull apart the pork using two forks to shred it.
- Place your pulled pork on a roll and top with BBQ sauce.
- You can add coleslaw mix or salad if you desire. Serve & enjoy!
Does It Have To Be Coca Cola?
Don’t have a bottle of Coke on hand? That’s okay. Try experimenting with different brands of cola instead.
In fact, why not try different flavours too such as Cherry Coke pulled pork, zesty lime or lemon cola, Pepsi or Dr Pepper.
The flavours will be different each time and you may find you like some of them even more than the original!
Made too much? Check out these delicious ideas for what to do with leftover pulled pork.
- 1.5 kg Pork Roast
- 350 ml Coca Cola
- BBQ Sauce
- Bread Rolls
- Place pork roast in slow cooker.
- Pour Coca Cola into the slow cooker. This is around half of a 600ml bottle of Coke.
- Cook in slow cooker on high for 4 hours or on low for 8 hrs.
- Once cooked, pull apart pork using two forks.
- Add pulled pork to bread rolls and add BBQ sauce and any salad you wish to add.
- Serve & enjoy!
Serving idea: Top your pulled pork rolls with a simple coleslaw mix for extra crunch.
Alternatives: Try this recipe using different types of cola, such as flavoured colas, Pepsi or Dr Pepper instead.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 583Total Fat: 40gSaturated Fat: 15gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 22gCholesterol: 169mgSodium: 191mgCarbohydrates: 8gFiber: 0gSugar: 6gProtein: 44g
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