Delicious! What's not to love about a recipe with only 3 ingredients that goes together so quickly and easily with minimal preparation? The root beer imparts a slightly sweet flavor to the pork and keeps it moist during cooking. My pork was fork tender after 5 1/2 hours on "low". After draining off the root beer, I stirred in a 19 oz. bottle of "Jack Daniels Honey Smokehouse" barbecue sauce and turned my slow cooker on "warm" until we were ready to eat. I served the pulled pork on whole wheat hamburger buns with a slice of American cheese...yummy! Thank you for sharing this wonderful, quick and easy recipe...it is definitely a keeper!
**Made for 2012 Football Pool**
This is the recipe I always use.
Made this for Christmas gaming night - yummy! Good on sandwiches, loaded nachos, sliders for the kids and other stuff too!
Easy to make, easy to transport, easy to make in bulk - great for the holidays or any pot-luck!
This is a super easy recipe, the pork came out very tender. We used sweet baby rays bbq sauce and it was delicious!
Very easy. I tried it with chicken and it turned out good.
This was our first attempt ever at pulled pork and it was wonderful. We used Diet A &W root beer and sweet baby rays BBQ sauce. We served it with some baked sweet potato fries and a bottle of spanish red wine. It was a great and simple dinner with little mess and little fuss.
I love a good pulled pork sandwich and this one was wonderfully moist, tender and delicious. It's hard to believe that it only has three ingredients. I used a diet Dr. Pepper instead of the root beer because that was what I had on hand. I also used Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce. Yummy! I will be using this recipe often. Made for October 2010 Aus/NZ Swap.
Yummy and easy to boot! This is perfect for a busy day outside or away from the house. I let mine cook for 7 hrs and it even could have cooked longer with no bad effects. I used a brown sugar bbq sauce and I cut the recipe in half. Thanks for posting. :)
It's so easy to do. I made half the recipe cause I didn't have a full 2 lb of pork. I thought it would taste more root beer flavor. I used a low-cal barbecue sauce flavored with brown sugar. We ate them with smoked mozzarella and for me spicy mustard. My son didn't like it so I had to add ketchup to his meat. Thanks AZPARZYCH :) Made for 123 hit wonders
Yum Yum!! I was kinda wondering how the root beer was going to taste with it, and it was great. so very easy and my hubby loved it!!