Root Beer Pulled Pork

Slow Cooker Root Beer Pulled Pork: a sweet and tangy dinner idea with less than 5 minutes prep! #slowcooker

Slow Cooker meals are my go-to dinners of choice, year round. In the winter, I love the comfort food and the smell of a roast cooking all day long! In the summer, I love having a good hearty meal, without turning on my oven!

Today, not only am I sharing a delicious Pulled Pork recipe, but one lucky reader will win the Ninja Cooking System. I was fortunate to be able to review this first! My old slow cooker is 18yrs old, it was a wedding gift. While it still works, there is one knob, with four functions…high, low, serve, off.

Slow Cooker Root Beer Pulled Pork: a sweet and tangy dinner idea with less than 5 minutes prep! #slowcooker

But first, before we talk about the awesome cooking system, let’s talk pork. It’s the forgotten meat. I know many people think “dry meat” when they think of pork. If cooked properly, pork can be incredible juicy and moist!

I’ve been wanting to try Root Beer Pulled Pork for several years. However, whenever I pull out my pork tenderloins, I always go with a spicy dinner. I’m so glad I finally got around to making this pulled pork recipe. It’s so moist and delicious. The sweetness from the root beer really shines through. We used Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce, but something with a little more spice would have been an even better choice! But, that’s just because I like spicy food.

Ninja System

Using the Ninja Cooking System was so fun. I began by reading the manual (something my husband would never do!)! This powerful appliance can roast, slow cook and bake.

BAKE?!?! I’m totally intrigued by this, but I haven’t done it yet! It even came with a mini cupcake tray that fits inside. Crazy right?

Well, today, you all can enter to win one of these for yourselves (or give it to someone you love)! Be sure to scroll down for the recipe and the Rafflecopter (to enter the giveaway)!!

Oh, and before I forget, don’t even bother using liners for this slow cooker! The inside is non-stick and comes clean in a jiffy! Seriously, it was amazingly easy to clean….

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Slow Cooker Root Beer Pulled Pork: a sweet and tangy dinner idea with less than 5 minutes prep! #slowcooker

Yield: serves 6-8

Root Beer Pulled Pork

Root Beer Pulled Pork
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 8 hours


  • 2 lb pork tenderloins
  • 12oz Root Beer
  • 1 cup BBQ sauce (any variety)
  • 1 tsp kosher salt
  • 1/4 tsp ground black pepper


  1. In a slow cooker, whisk together the root beer, BBQ sauce, salt and pepper. Add pork tenderloins. Heat on low for about 8 hours. Shred pork with two forks.
  2. Serve on a bun with additional BBQ sauce, if desired.
  3. ENJOY!
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Slow Cooker Root Beer Pulled Pork: a sweet and tangy dinner idea with less than 5 minutes prep! #slowcooker

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275 comments on “Root Beer Pulled Pork”

  1. What a great slowcooker! I’d make baked beans or chili first!

  2. Meghan Finley

    Definitely this pulled pork! I’ve never tried it this way before and it’s one of my faves πŸ™‚

  3. I absolutely love pulled pork and baked chicken!

  4. I would definitely try the baking feature first and give cupcakes a go. That’s so unique!

  5. Margaret

    I would make this pulled pork…sounds delish!

  6. That pulled pork looks so yummy! I think I’d try to roast some yummy veggies first, followed by making some homemade bread!

  7. Rebecca

    My fav is your barbacoa and carnitas!! Seriously awesome!! This crockpot will make cleanup easier!!

  8. Sandy

    I want to try making cupcakes. I would think it would be better than turning on the oven in this 90 degree heat.

  9. Kristen

    This looks and sounds delish! Do you think it would work with a boneless shoulder? I have one I want to prepare for dinner tomorrow and was searching for a slow cooker pork recipe when I found you (and all of your AMAZING desserts!!!)…

  10. I need this Ninja – my crockpot is old and washed up. As for the root beer pulled pork — you rock! That is one of the greatest ideas ever!

  11. Mimi

    Chicken to make chimichangas!

  12. Margot C

    I love a deacent slow cooker that you can control. I would make some Texas chili in it.

  13. Well, the cupcakes in a crock pot are definitely intriguing! I’d love to make some of my sweet & savory meatballs in a Ninja!

  14. Lori

    Oh wow- the Ninja looks amazing. It would be very difficult to decide what to make first -but it would be fun to bake something.

  15. Theresa S.

    That Ninja looks cool! It would be difficult to figure out what would be first, but maybe chili or pulled pork.

  16. Love some pulled pork in the crock pot! Makes it a great meal when you are busy running around with no time to cook! I would definitely do some kind of pork in it!

  17. Joanna

    I would love to make soup/chili in that crock pot. I also want to try making a pineapple upside down cake in a crock pot. My friend made one and it turned out well but I have never tried it!

  18. What a fun and interesting combination of flavors.

  19. this recipe. so easy. so good! I’d make so much. Potato soup, probably. mmm.

  20. I could eat that pulled pork every day! Yummy! I didn’t know Ninja made crock pots! How cool!

  21. I would LOVE to try a roasted chicken!

  22. amanda m.

    I would like to try out the baking feature and make a cake.

  23. Pauline Gudas

    I would try to make a BBQ pulled chicken or else a BBQ brisquet

  24. Kerri M

    Wow! I cannot wait to try these… and would LOVE to try making them in the Ninja!!!

  25. Karen L.

    I would use the baking feature and make brownies. I would also use the NInja to make a roast too!!

  26. Jeffrey

    I’d try a turkey breast!

  27. Jean

    I would make this recipe – we live in NC where pulled pork sandwiches are revered and I think my husband would love this variation! If I had it in my kitchen now I’d make a pork roast (I have one marinating).

  28. Lynelle

    This rootbeer pulled pork sounds AMAZING! cant wait to try it :). I will make it for a Family BBQ this weekend. I am a fan of Ninja products, although I did not know they had a slow cooker.

  29. WhitneyP

    I would really like to try this recipe first!

  30. I would probably make a roast or turkey breast!

  31. I have been looking for a good pulled pork recipe for awhile now! Thanks for sharing! Wondering if I could use a different pop (soda, for you “other” folks…)? Maybe a cola!

  32. Sherri

    Probably spaghetti sauce.

  33. I’d love to cook pulled pork of course!

  34. I would cook pot roast first in my new ninja professional cooking system.

  35. Linda K.

    I might have to try those mini-cupcakes!

  36. Maureen

    A pasta sauce of my husband’s grandmother.

  37. Jen L

    I would probably do pot roast first or maybe a pork loin roast

  38. I love my Ninja Cooking System!! It’s really amazing and makes pulled pork taste GREAT!!

  39. I would make Zuppa Toscana or a Beef Pot Roast with Potatoes & Carrots.

  40. Lisa

    I’d probably make chili. However, I’ve had a hankering for pork belly do I might make that and finish it in the broiler to crisp it up. πŸ™‚

  41. I would love to win this and start juicing

  42. Looks fantastic as always Aimee! I would definitely love to win one of these since I am in love with my slow cooker!! πŸ™‚

  43. I love this recipe. I also adore Crock Pots in the summer. To many people forget about them! I would make a dessert…I need to try that bake option!

  44. Teresa Shere

    I would LOVE to win this since we eat a lot of pork and pulled pork is one of our favorites. I will be trying your new root beer pulled pork soon!! Teresa Shere

  45. Maggie M.

    I’m intrigued by the mini cupcake pan as well!

  46. Debra Lee

    Shredded chicken for tacos!

  47. Ilana

    The first thing I’d cook in the Ninja is Slow Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala. Yum!

  48. Lauri Willingham

    I would make the my family’s favorite pot roast with carrots and potatoes in the Ninja Cooking System.

  49. Sue Hopper

    Would love to make pumpkin muffins in it!

  50. Kesha

    I would make a 3 bean chili cheese dip

  51. Sara

    I am thinking this would be fun to do with chicken too! I would love a Ninja too!

  52. Erika

    I would make your recipe for pulled pork. We LOVE pulled pork. Looks amazing πŸ™‚

  53. Kelley Galyen

    I would try this recipe that you just shared for the Pulled Pork.

  54. Sheri

    Wow!,! This is so cool would love to try this!!

  55. barbara n

    I would love to make Sweet & Spicy Pork Baby Back Ribs

  56. sewbusy

    this pulled pork looks GREAT -I’LL DO THIS FIRST.

  57. Cathy

    I would love to try the mini cupcakes!

  58. Lisa

    Wow, this looks amazing! I would definitely make some mini cupcakes….a slow cooker that bakes??? I just can’t get over it!

  59. Amber

    Looks great!! I would love to make shredded chicken in it.

  60. Dawna

    This looks awesome. I NEED one!

  61. Carolyn D.

    I would like fixing any kind of ‘one meal’ dish with meat, potatoes, and vegetables in a crockpot.

  62. Bridgette

    I think that the first thing that I would do with this slow cooker is to try out the bake function. Chocolate cupcakes are calling my name!

  63. Corey :)

    I’d love to try this pulled pork in the Ninja slowcooker. Pulled pork is the reason I’m not vegetarian…

  64. rose lane

    Actually if I won the Ninja…the first thing I would make is this Root Beer Pulled Pork because it sounds wonderful, and I love pulled pork πŸ™‚ Hugs n Blessings, rose

  65. Anonymous

    I love slow cooker recipes but I have to admit that I would want to try baking cupcakes in it! Would it work?>?>

  66. I’ve been needing a new slow cooker to try my mom’s roast beef!!

  67. Claire

    I love pulled pork, can’t wait to try this recipe.

  68. Joan

    I would make a roast or a dessert.

  69. Slow cooked pork is my favorite dinner! It always turns out moist and flavorful.

  70. This is one of my favorite BBQ recipes!!! Even my picky daughter loves it. The Ninja system would be a great addition to my kitchen. Being a teacher, It is important for me to have meals that come together quickly.

  71. Anne

    It’s been so hot lately that I haven’t been baking at all, and I really miss it. I’d love to try baking cupcakes in the Ninja. Imagine–homemade cupcakes without turning on the oven!

  72. Mary Hewson

    I would definitely try this The Root Beer Pulled Pork. We will be getting together quite a bit prior to my son’s wedding and this a perfect way to serve a great meal and not have to be standing at the stove all day!

  73. Staci

    The first thing I would make is the root beer pulled pork.
    I am always looking for pork recipes that are not dry.

  74. Bryn

    Crock pot Mac n cheese or chicken breasts to shred and freeze

  75. Betty Sievert

    My family’s favorite beef and broccoli. Oh yum.

  76. Sylvia Velasquez

    Would definitely try the pulled pork.

  77. Ad K.

    Love not having to turn on the oven during hot summer days. My family loved pulled pork and we will be having this during the week with some cole slaw.

  78. Laura G.Turcotte

    Oh Boy! What WOULDN”T I cook in this baby??? That pulled pork recipe looks divine…I’ll be honest and tell you that I only tried pulled pork once and it was not a pleasant experience! But I saw what the person used to ‘cook’ (take not of the quotations please!) the pulled pork, and…..well, it turned me off! lol This recipe seems incredible! I’d like to try something with chicken or turkey. Yep, I’m drooling already!
    it’s amazing what these modern machines can do now…my bread machine actually makes jam! huh! who knew?? πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the chance—-my fingers, legs, eyes are crossed!

  79. Jenine Hanson

    Definitely this root beer pork, yum!

  80. Kim

    I’m really curious about the baking aspect of this!

  81. Livivua Chandler

    your recipe

  82. Kay Ellett

    Wow a Ninja Cooking System sounds awesome…I just got the Ninja Blender and LOVE it!

  83. Ashley

    I would make spicy pulled pork

  84. This would be a huge upgrade from my $7 crock pot πŸ™‚ I mostly only make simple things like steel cut oats because I’m afraid my cheapo appliance will ruin everything.. looks like sky’s the limit with this bad boy!

  85. Lisa

    Well, I was thinking I would do my pulled beef recipe, but when you said cupcake pan, that changed everything! I would try cupcakes first!

  86. Jennifer L

    Bake in a crockpot!!!! wow that would be cool. I use my crockpot all year round, so to get this upgrade would be life changing! Thank you for this giveaway.

  87. Nancy

    I would love the Ninja cooking System. I would make my pulled chicken recipe.

  88. This looks so good! I would make this pulled pork recipe first. Delicious!

  89. Amy

    Pulled pork in the crockpot is my favorite!

  90. Amazing giveaway! That bake function is amazing. Would love to try that out! And this sandwich – YES! You know I’d make this first if I won this giveaway! πŸ™‚

  91. Sue

    I would make calico beans.

  92. The Ninja sounds amazing. I love cooking pork tenderloins this way. Tasty and not too fatty either.

  93. I think I would make Lemon Chicken.

  94. Nessa

    I think I would have to try making cupcakes to see how they turn out!

  95. Erin

    I would make this pulled pork recipe. Looks so tasty.

  96. I love cooking pulled pork or pulled chicken so I’d probably try out this recipe in it if I won!!!

  97. Jillian

    This looks amazing! I would make a roast in it first.

  98. Barbara

    I’d make oregano chicken or a slow cooker crumble dessert!

  99. Nicole

    I was actually just looking for a new pulled pork recipe. Might have to try it out.

  100. Pulled pork must be on every one’s mind this week! I am loving the root beer in this one. Slow cooker pork perfection!

  101. mary fanara coleman

    Pulled pork yummmm or chili………

  102. I would love to cook in your Ninja crock pot for many reasons. Would be temp. controlled, convenient and moist food.

    I would probably put a huge roast, potatoes, carrots and onions in it and walk away. Would be so good to come home to the smell of food in the Ninja crock pot.

    It is also good looking and would be easy to take care of.

    Thank you.

  103. Shelly

    Definitely pulled pork!

  104. Shauna

    I have an old one too. Circa the 1980s I believe.

  105. I made my first pulled pork not to long ago, it was so good. I am so excited to have a new recipe!

  106. Never heard of this product, but would love a shot at it, in the cooking department, Oven is on the fritz and the website said something about infrared cooking. would like a chance to try it.

  107. Dana

    Looks like a serious slow cooker-I enjoy your blog.

  108. Donna B

    Definitely White Chicken Chili. YUM!!!

  109. Toni

    Love summer crocking

  110. Teri S.

    Definately this pulled pork recipe for my Bunco party!!!

  111. I would love to try making Mac and cheese in the slow cooker!

  112. Um, obvi I’d make this root beer pulled pork first. Duuuuude, I am dying. LOVE IT.

  113. Trisha

    I have seen several recipes lately for root beer pulled pork and I just need to get to the grocery store and find time to make it cause it looks so tasty!

  114. Sally

    I would love to try to bake some blueberry muffins in it. I have never baked in my 30 year old crockpot.

  115. Kara

    I think I’d make pulled chicken!

  116. Heather

    I want to try your pulled pork recipe. I have a large tenderloin waiting for a good recipe!

  117. PennyJ

    Love you amazing recipes!! Think I would like to try that Root Beer pulled Pork, sounds like a good one to start with!!!

  118. Carolyn G

    Either a roast chicken or chili

  119. Tammie

    The filling for green chile burros. My son loves them!!

  120. Cecelia

    I love my Ninja Blender. I have really put it to work with smoothies this summer. I love to cook and baking is my favorite method. I will love to try baking in the Ninja 3-in-1 Cooking System.

  121. Susan

    I would have to try the baking feature first! I’m intrigued by this cupcake pan that fits inside. πŸ™‚

  122. Janet T.

    What a cool appliance. I’m still using a wedding gift crockpot too – 25 years old!

  123. Goodness gracious my mouth is watering after reading this post! I’m going to have to go for a shower to get the drool off!
    For that reason, I think the first thing I will try to cook is your very recipe!

  124. Stacey

    I would try baking cupcakes 1st if I win.

  125. Pot roast or chipotle shredded chicken for burritos

  126. I would probably try making cake using that bake option!

  127. Wow, that looks like a really cool piece of equipment. I have an old crock pot that I’ve had forever, and recently got a newer one, but its still very basic. Your pulled pork looks so yummy!!

  128. Ella

    I would make the root beer pork recipe first.

  129. Amanda

    My mouth dropped open when I saw this, I would definitely make this pulled pork! I love root beer and pork, win win!

  130. Tracee

    Wow! We could make SO much with this-I don’t even know where to start! I guess this yummy sounding pulled pork could be a great start!! We are currently undergoing a kitchen repair (due to water damage) so this would be a great tool to have, since we don’t have a working/usable kitchen right now!

  131. Emily T

    I’d make chicken and dumplings first!

  132. OMG, just LOOK at that! Soooo mouthwatering.

  133. June G.

    I would make pot roast! This is a really cool looking slow cooker:)

  134. Debbie W

    Wow, what a great slow cooker, I would love to have one. we use our cooker all the time.

  135. Jenn

    I would first try pot roast or bbq pork!

  136. Ronnie

    crockpot enchiladas…yum-o!

  137. Debbie

    The first thing I would cook in the Ninja Slow Cooker, would be barbeque chicken wings;to the point when they just melt off the bones. I’m getting hungry just thinking about them. YUMMY!!

  138. Love this combo!! I need to try soda in pulled pork. YUM!

  139. Yum!! This looks so good!! Let’s get together, and you make this, and I’ll bring dessert!! πŸ˜‰

  140. That slowvcooker looks amazing!

  141. Gina Guthrie

    I would make this pulled pork recipe, yum.

  142. Kristin Bailey

    I would slow cook a roast with potatoes and carrots. Yum!

  143. Erin in PA

    Just found your website through your slow cooker sausages and peppers! I love using my slow cooker year round -especially when it’s going to feel like 104 today in my neck of the woods!!

  144. KaySue

    I would try this pulled pork recipe. I’ve never heard of doing it with root beer.

  145. Lillie Mae Stone

    This looks so good!

  146. Helen

    I’ve entered! I’d use this ninja for anything and everything. I love not turning on the oven! And this pulled pork recipe is being put into my current crockpot as we speak!

  147. heather

    i would make bbq pork first

  148. Amelia

    Pulled pork, my family loves it.

  149. Miranda

    Would definitely make pulled pork in the Ninja first. I love pulled pork sandwiches, the spicier the sauce, the better!

  150. Casey

    This recipe sounds delicious! I would love to give it a try in the Ninja cooking system!!

  151. Kimi

    I would make a pot roast first

  152. Beth

    I would definitely try out the baking feature first!

  153. Amy Orvin

    I’d cook a roast

  154. beth

    My husband and I are working towards healthy living and he LOVES some roast turkey…I would make a roast Turkey breast to break in the new NINJA!

  155. Josef Ferguson

    Looks fantastic! I make a similar BBQ in my slow cooker, except I use Dr Pepper, because Dr. Pepper is healthy. I know this because it has the word “doctor” right in its name.

  156. Michelle

    I just found this recipe on Pinterest, but my crock pot isnt working. With summer temperatures and back-to-school time approaching, winning this contest would be a blessing!

  157. sharonjo

    I’d love to try the Fast One-Pot Meals–the spaghetti and meatballs or lasagna. Thank you! Looks like a great cooking system.

  158. Jennie Sanderson (@jenpsht)

    I would make cajun chicken and dumplings, yummy!

  159. Roast, Slow Cook, and BAKE hello I think I need this! My current slow cooker is about 15 years old (maybe more) and too small. Every time I make broth I have to borrow my mothers (which is a couple times a month). I’d love to win this. Not just for me but for my mother as well πŸ˜‰

  160. tess

    First I would cook that roast that’s in the freezer and then a whole chicken and then spaghetti- oh that would be so nice.
    tcogbill at live dot com

  161. Gianna

    I would make a pot roast.

  162. Jules

    Is it wrong to want this for breakfast??? Thank you for the awesome giveaway! πŸ˜‰

  163. Would do a pork loin in root beer and shred it.

  164. Bonnie

    I would make this! I need slow cook recipes for my long days at work. It is nice to come home to a completed dinner! The Ninja looks amazing, too!

  165. Brianna DeBlake

    I use a slow cooker all the time in fall and winter.I thin this new rootbeer pork recipe would be great to try.

  166. Midget

    First I would make a very large batch of Amish Porkchops and second would be to bake a caramel apple crisp!! Yummy….

  167. Matt

    I make polled pork all the time… I will defiantly break in the Ninja with one of those recipes.

  168. Gayle

    I would make a chicken dish of some type.

  169. Erica

    I’d use this to try a roast chicken and squash recipe I usually do in the oven. This looks awesome!

  170. Kelly D

    I would cook a veggie stew.

  171. Jonny Headrick

    I would try this pulled pork recipe!

  172. Rhonda

    Am trying this Root Beer pulled Pork tomorrow!!

  173. Vanessa C.

    I would try this recipe! Sounds so good!

  174. Dawn Hatch

    Sounds Yummy I would try this rootbeer pork recipe First

  175. Missy

    I would love to bake cupcakes – that would be awesome!

  176. Rebekah

    I would make chicken tacos – our all time favorite slow cooker meal!

  177. I would make some pulled pork too – my absolute favorite thing to make in a slow cooker!!! Yours looks amazing!!!! MMMM I can just smell it cooking……!!!!

  178. Tanja

    I would love to use the NINJA system to try a pork and cabbage dish I make in a crock pot, but would quickly follow it with this Rootbeer Pulled Pork…SOUNDS YUM!! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  179. mary browm

    I would make french dip sandwiches. Yum!

  180. It would please my husband if I cooked more often and this would certainly help!

  181. Melanie

    I have a client who has this & loves it!

  182. Trinity

    I love tinkering in the kitchen this would provide dayssss of experimenting!!

    I would have to make this recipe first, (root beer pulled pork)! Then use the baking feature! Maybe a cake. =)

  183. Heather Telenko

    I think I would love to try a cupcake recipe!!!
    Love that this reduces the fat because of the steam!
    Great Product!!!

  184. Deb

    I have standard pulled pork recipe I have used, but I can not wait to try this one. Cooking a meal for a new mom next week and told them I would bring pulled pork, so going to take this one instead of my usual! Sounds yummy.

  185. Deana

    Would love to try this Root Beer pulled pork. My Slow cooker is about cooked out, so love to have this system!

  186. Christine

    I’d make pulled pork and yummy soups in the ninja crock pot!

  187. Amy L

    I’d cook Pork Carnitas for some yummy tacos or burritos.

  188. JoAn GODFREY


  189. Kathy Bryan

    I would love to put a nice beef roast with potatoes and vegetables in early Sunday morning and have it ready for a big family dinner after church!

  190. Beth

    Roast beef pepperoncini sandwiches!

  191. I would DEFINITELY try Root Beer Pulled Pork, and probably also Chicken Taco’s YUM!!!

  192. Holly

    This actually sounds great! The promise of having root beer for supper might persuade my picky eaters to eat something new!

  193. michelle

    I would cook root beer pulled pork of course!!!

  194. Heather Kiger

    The Ninja looks awesome! Would love to win it. πŸ™‚

  195. I’ve never tried this version of pulled pork. Can’t wait to give it a try. Especially today on my birthday. Thanks for posting such awesome recipes

  196. Christina Gathright

    So many things I’d make! First I’d make some beer pulled chicken!

  197. Laura

    I am going to make this for dinner this week. It has been way too hot outside to turn on the oven. Thanks for sharing!

  198. Anonymous

    Can’t wait to try this!

  199. Marcy M

    Root beer pulled pork- yum!

  200. Sarah L

    I’d make some spicy chicken. I don’t know what recipe I’d use, but spicy chicken sounds good.

  201. Jonna

    Oh the possibilities… I love pulled pork in a slow cooker. Would definitely try your recipe in it!

  202. Jessica

    I have a pork loin in the freezer I need to use. I would for sure make this recipe. The slow cooker looks awesome, much better than the one I have now. Thanks!

  203. Joanie K

    I would definitely try the Root Beer Pulled Pork! It looks delicious and pulled pork is a favorite of mine – though I’ve never tried making it myself! Looks like a great way to start!

  204. Sherry Lykins

    I would try the pulled pork!! Sound amazing!!

  205. Kristie

    I would make a slow cooker oatmeal!

  206. WOW I’m not sure what I would do first. I love my crockpot and since my oven has been broken I’ve been using it alot. Pulled pork is also one of my go tos so I’m sure to try the rootbeer recipe. It sounds delicious. Plus baking? I’m really intrigued with that. Possible using this instead of the oven in the heat of the summer would be awesome!!!

  207. priscilla

    I have a great chicken and rice recipe for the slow cooker.

  208. Patti

    I’d definitely make the Root Beer Pulled Pork. My picky eater would devour this (I hope)!

  209. Arleen

    I would love to try this Root Beer Pork! I have pork in the freezer waiting to become delicious pulled pork sammies!

  210. Darlene

    I would make the rootbeer pulled pork first and then my favorite pork chops and potatoes. My family would be thrilled to have fresh baked items, even on the hottest days. I love that it is an easy clean up.

  211. Nicci

    Does the root beer impart a lot of flavor in the pork? I’d love to give it a try and I’m sure my guys here would love it!

  212. Megan

    I’m fascinated by the baking feature, but the very first thing would absolutely be pulled pork. My kids all LOVE pulled pork and i never have to worry about whether or not they’ll eat dinner or whether I’ll have time to make a decent dinner when i do crock pot pulled pork sandwiches. I can’t wait to try your version… hopefully in a new Ninja crock pot! πŸ˜‰

  213. pat

    my first thing to t ry in this awesome crock pot would be either pork b.b.q or beef pot roast.our crock pot is not 18 yeas old but quite old with one handle missing.plastic handles on a crock pot dont last long.this is one nice cooker fo rsure.i love it

  214. Becky H.

    This recipe looks really good. I will have to try it out.

  215. Oh my gosh…bakes, roasts and slow cooks? Who needs an oven! This is needed in my kitchen. Love it…I would make the Root Beer Pulled Pork first thing for sure. It sounds wonderful!!

  216. Jill F.

    That is the coolest looking slow cooker! But the pulled pork? Looks and sounds delicious. Must. Make. This!

  217. I would try the Root Beer Pulled Pork, I love pulled pork.

  218. We love root beer pulled pork!

  219. Christine

    Trying this recipe tonight in my ninja :))

  220. Diane

    Just out of curiosity, does this root beer pulled pork recipe work best when the meat goes in frozen or unfrozen? Planning on making it tomorrow.

  221. I love pulled pork! Nice & easy recipe! Can’t wait to try it!

  222. Debbie

    adding this to my new meal plan and I can’t wait to try it!

  223. Jazmine

    Yummy. I did mine in the pressure cooker for 45 minutes. Way better than waiting 8 hours. Came out nice and tender and shredded easily. I made the unfortunate mistake of trying a new BBQ sauce and it was not good (but that has nothing to do with your recipe). Otherwise I am happy. Nice low cal dinner and delicious.

  224. Kathleen Champ

    Was so excited to see this recipe & a giveaway! Being disabled and living alone, I’m unable to enjoy the cooking I thrived on at one time. This Ninja Slowcooker would be AMAZING! I a prob Orr issue not sure what to do..I’ve tried to Don in with email & I’ve tried to sign in with face book..neither have been successful..? Is the contest over or maybe over loaded? What to do? I’m praying they went thru and didn’t register on my end..good luck to all!

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  226. Lana

    I have made this many times. There is no need to use a more expensive pork tenderloin, use a pork shoulder or similar, get some flavor from the fat (which you can skim off) and save $. I usually rub the pork with some garlic salt, freshly ground pepper, and then I sprinkle dry mince dip onion on top before I pout in the root beer. It adds great flavor. I used this recipe to feed 30 people for a party recently and it was great.

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  230. Kim French

    I know a year later but hope you will get this. Sweet babies is our favorite bbq sauce also but love a bite, so we add a little garlic chile paste, sold in the asian food section of the grocery section. Try it you will loe it.

  231. this sounds really good, thanks for posting up this recipe.


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  234. Sure sounds worth a try,just need to find some root beer.

  235. Lisa Neuman

    So often i would like to try the pork recipes (root beer crock pot pork) but I need to substitute a different meat since I am kosher. What kosher near (veal, beef, chicken turkey, lamb) would would best be used I place of pork?

  236. Maria Ratcliffe

    Hi l am in australia and l dont think we sell root beer so what can l use instead of that. I so want to try this recipeΒ 

  237. I don’t know how to do this but I would live to win a Ninja cooker CUZ Β money is tight so I couldn’t buy one!Β 

  238. Loran Leggett

    Is that pork tenderloin. Picture on Facebook, it looks like shoulder or butt. Can’ wait to try it either way. Slow cook also corned be and cabbage, chili, pot roast and vegetables, all yummy.

  239. Anonymous

    can u use diet root beer

  240. Jane

    I also use basically the same recipe but, I also add a package of onion soup mix

  241. I love BBQ and would love to try the root beer BBQ recipe. That Ninja slow cooker sounds like it’s just the slow cooker I need. I wash my slow cookers by hand but after awhile the crock pot always ends up with a moly looking residue after it dries. I don’t understand why ! This cooker with its easy cleanup might be just the trick. Maybe it won’t collect a residue like the others. I don’t know how many I’ve had to throw away. Where do they sell the slow cookers by Ninja. I’d love one. You can bake and make cupcakes too ! Wow !!

  242. This is one of the best and easiest pork recipes! Β It’s a must! Β 

  243. John

    Is it better to add sauce during cooking or add the end for the bbq?

  244. Debby Krause

    Can you use a regular.crockpot or does it have to be a Ninja?:) Debby

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