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Monday, September 05, 2016

Crock Pot Shoups Pork BBQ Sliders






It's football time folks! It's time to have friends over and enjoy some football!   Simple, easy food, made in a crockpot is the way to go this time of the year. I know my son is a big COLTS fan and was so excited when this crock pot showed up at home!


This recipe would also be great for late dinner nights with the family.  We have lots of sporting activites going on right now, and harvest is just around the corner.  We will be making this often!



We tried a new BBQ sauce.  We had friends a the Indiana State Fair who said we needed to try Shoups BBQ.  This BBQ sauce has a great taste, a little kick of spice, and everyone in the family likes. it! We picked up a lot of BBQ and I don't think it will last until next summer when we stock up at the State Fair again!

Use any type of cheese you like, I used mozzarella and it melted nicely on the pork BBQ.




 I used slider buns. Sliders make it fun, convenient, and when you have friends over, they can't just have one!

If you are ready for some tailgating fun, sign up for the Colts Best Tailgate !

Indiana Soybean Alliance supplied me with this awesome Colts Crock Pot for this post!

I linked this recipe up to Whatcha Crockin’ Crock Pot Party, Week 7. Go check it out! So many awesome crock pot recipes! 

I linked up this recipe to Weekend Potluck #259. I love all the recipes shared!



PRINT RECIPE HERE

Shoups Pork BBQ Sliders


Ingredients:
2 - 3 pounds of pulled pork (cooked)
Garlic, sea salt,  pepper to taste


Directions:
Lightly spray crock with cooking spray.
Cook pork loin on slow for 5-6 hours in crock pot.
When cooked, shred pork loin with forks.
Add 1 bottle of Shoups BBQ Sauce

Keep on warm to serve.







This is a sponsored post. The Indianapolis Colts provided me with the crockpot, and Indiana Soybean Association gave me the idea, but my words and thoughts are my own. Affiliated links only go on products I use and enjoy.




5 comments:

Bibi B said...

I'm a huge Crockpot fan! This looks very delicious. Thanks for sharing!
Best,
Bibi

Crystal Kellner said...

Thank you for stopping by, Bibi! Hope you enjoy it!

Val said...

These looks delicious and perfect for a tailgate! Thanks for linking up to the Country Fair Blog Party!

Crystal Kellner said...

Thanks for stopping by Val!

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