Freezer Friendly, Lunch, Main Dish, Pork

bbq pork sliders

Good BBQ is sometimes hard to come by. I remember my favorite BBQ joint in SC that would serve it only on 3 major holidays: memorial day, 4th of July, and labor day. Although this is definitely not the same, it’s super easy and freezer friendly! And the best thing about this one is it’s a forget-about-it (aka crock-pot) recipe!

what you’ll need:

  • 3-4 lb. pork shoulder roast
  • 1 1/2 cups your favorite BBQ sauce (I use sweet baby ray’s!)

how you’ll do it:

put the roast in the crock-pot
cover with sauce
cook on high for 8+ hours, until super pull-apart-with-a-fork tender
made 12 servings

Serve immediately on rolls and coleslaw (if you like!). This is such a great meal for summer nights!
Freezer instructions: fill muffin pans with aluminum liners, fill with pork. flash freeze. take out of pan and individually wrap with plastic wrap or store in freezer bag. to eat, heat in microwave for about a minute, serve on dinner rolls.

recipe adapted from onceamonthmom

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