BBQ Pulled Pork Stuffed Baked Potatoes in the Crock Pot

I promised an easy and delicious pork sirloin roast recipe this week, and this will not disappoint!  We devoured this for dinner last night – so simple, so easy, and loved by all!

how to make bbq pulled pork baked potatoes

So how do you make BBQ Pulled Pork Stuffed Baked Potatoes in the crock pot, you ask?

Let’s start with the simple ingredients:

  • 2 Boneless Sirloin Tip Pork Roasts (or similar cut)
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 2 Stalks of Celery
  • 1 Medium Onion
  • 1/2 c Water
  • Idaho Potatoes
  • Your Favorite Bottle of BBQ Sauce or Homemade Recipe
  • Sour Cream
  • Shredded Cheese

Directions for Making BBQ Pulled Pork Stuffed Baked Potatoes:

Note: This recipe serves 8-10 people.  Perfect for a family get together or to share with a neighbor! You can always 1/2 this recipe as well!

1. First start out with a pork sirloin tip roast, such as this one that I purchased at Costco for under $1.99 a pound. These came in a 4 pack.  For this recipe, I used 2 roast, which was just over 3 pounds of meat.

Costco Pork Sale Sirloin Roast

2. Place the roasts in a large crock pot with a stock of celery, a 1/2 cup of water, and a generous seasoning of salt and pepper.

how to fix pulled pork in the crock pot

3. Cover with a medium sliced onion.

easy pulled pork in crock pot recipe

4. Allow the pork, seasonings, and veggies to cook happily on low for 7-8 hours.

recipe for bbq pork roast

5. Meanwhile, clean and dry 6-9 baked potatoes, depending on the size of your crock pot. Roll the dried potatoes tightly in foil. (If you want to make a smaller portion of this recipe, use a mini crock pot with just a few potatoes and one roast instead of two.)

fixing baked potatoes in the crock pot

6. Fill your crock pot with the foiled potatoes and cook for 8 hours on low. No water or maintenance required! (You could also make these a day ahead and re-warm if you don’t have a additional crock pot on hand.)

easy crock pot baked potatoes

7. After 7 hours of cooking the roasts on low, drain the liquid and shred pork. Pork temperature should read a minimum of 145 degrees.

how to shred bbq pulled pork

8. Return the pork to the crock pot, and add your favorite BBQ sauce.  I an extra large bottle of Original Baby Ray’s, which I also purchase at Costco.  You may need up to 2 bottles of the regular size.  Just enjoy a taste taste on the house! Allow the pork to marinate in the sauce on low for 1/2 – 1 hour.

sweet baby ray's pulled pork

9. Now it’s time for the fun assembly. Spoon out an oval from the baked potato and fill with sour cream.

stuffed baked potatoes

10. Top with a generous portion of the BBQ Pulled Pork.

bbq pulled pork stuffed baked potatoes

11. Sprinkle with your favorite shredded cheese. (I used Sharp Cheddar.)

recipe bbq pulled pork baked potatoes

12. Now try to resist until dinner time.  I dare ya!

how to make bbq pulled pork baked potatoes

It’s impossible!  See?

baked potatoes toped with bbq pulled pork sour cream and cheese

Honestly, this recipe turned out SO GOOD and as easy as could be! I’ll NEVER make baked potatoes any other way!  It’s an easy family dinner that doesn’t require any slaving over a hot stove!

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Don’t forget Costco is celebrating National Pork Month with deals on pork weekly! Don’t forget you can find more ideas on how to fix different cuts of pork on Costco’s “In the Warehouse” and at Thanks again to Costco and The Motherhood for sponsoring my efforts in promoting this campaign!

25 thoughts on "BBQ Pulled Pork Stuffed Baked Potatoes in the Crock Pot"

  1. oh amanda says:

    I like my pork to be bacon.

  2. Kristi Fain says:

    Looks so good! Will have to try this soon. Always looking for good crock pot recipes!

  3. Lacey says:

    Thanks for sharing this super easy recipe!! It’s still pretty warm here in Texas, nearly 90 degrees today, so turning on the oven just doesn’t seem to appealing. I love baked potatoes and had no idea you could make them in the crock pot.

    This is my favorite pork recipe and it’s super easy!!

    Lea & Perrins® Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork

    Prep Time: 5 minutes
    Cook Time: 8 hours

    2/3 cup Lea & Perrins® The Original Worcestershire Sauce
    1/2 cup Heinz® Tomato Ketchup
    1/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
    1/4 cup tomato paste
    1 medium onion, chopped
    2 tablespoons yellow mustard
    2 tablespoons white vinegar
    3 1/2 pounds boneless pork shoulder, trimmed and cut into 4 pieces

    Directions (I use the crock pot liners for a quick clean-up!)
    1.In a 6 quart crock pot mix all ingredients except pork. Once combined add pork, turning to cover. Cook on low for 8 to 10 hours.
    2.Remove pork and shred with two forks. Return pork to crock pot and stir into sauce.
    3.To serve, spoon 1/2 cup onto a sandwich bun.
    4. ENJOY!

  4. Melody Spangler says:

    I have a recipe for “low fat peppered pork chops” that I like to make. You mix thyme and pepper and sprinkle thin center cut boneless chops with it, cook them in a skillet in a bit of olive oil, then deglaze the skillet with some worcestershire sauce and drizzle that over top of them. It’s easy, tasty and low fat!

  5. leah says:

    I’m a big fan of pulled pork. My sister-in-law makes it with this awesome sauce and served on soft buns w/ cole slaw. mmmmmmm.

  6. alice says:

    I like shredded pork sandwhiches, slow cooked in a crock pot 😉

  7. MH in OH says:

    Thanks for a great recipe – I’ll have to try it!
    We like pork chops cooked on the grill, served with homemade bbq sauce – ketchup, soy sauce, brown sugar and ginger.

  8. SaraB says:

    I have a Clean Eating magazine recipe for Pork Loin with peaches and plums, with a side of wild rice with pistacios and cranberries. Really yummy, and actually not that difficult to make!

  9. Christie says:

    I make gringo carnitas…pork roast, onions, garlic, cumin, chili powder, garlic powder, honey, and a half a lime. Squirt some ketchup and a couple cups of water, then Cook in the crock pot all day until it shreds super easy, then put on tortillas with all the fixins!

  10. Janice says:

    I was going to say pork dumplings, but grilled pork ribs are good too 🙂

  11. Julie L says:

    my mouth is watering 🙂 we like to grill our pork 🙂

  12. Christie Henderson says:

    I put two pork roasts in the crock pot with a can of beer, sprinkle, cumin, chili powder and garlic salt on. Cook for 8-10 hrs. Shred and then have tacos. With whats leftover, the next day I put it back in the crock pot with bbq sauce and we have pulled pork sandwiches. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Love the bake potatoe recipe

  13. Elaine says:

    Looks delicious! Fixed a pork loin in crock pot today. May try you recipe with the left overs!

  14. Grady Pruitt says:

    This looks like a fabulous recipe.

    One thing I like to do Is to take a can of a thick broth stew, such as Dinty Moore, and pour that over the potato and top with cheese. You can add broccoli or anything else you like when you heat it. Makes it quick and easy meal.

    Thanks for sharing!

  15. I love BACON in soup, breakfast, salad, etc. 😀

  16. Yum! Perfect comfort food. Great crock pot recipe. Thanks for sharing with so many pics.

  17. Sarah says:

    Ok, maybe I have missed this in the directions, but am I cooking the potatoes on top of the roast?

    1. Bethanee says:

      I think you need an extra crockpot for the potatoes, at least that’s what I assumed since both the meat and the potatoes take 7-8 hours to cook. I would just bake the potatoes in the oven for an hour..easier and I like the potato skin to get that baked crisp taste! Oh my yum!

    2. QuatroMama says:

      Sorry if I wasnt clear on that part… I did mine in two separate crock pots. Or you could make one ahead of time…

  18. alicia says:

    I actually have a pork roast in the crock right now…its seasoned w/garlic herb and olive oil
    . I have added some tomatoes from the garden for a little added flavor 🙂 it smells delicious!

  19. Meghan says:

    I love to put a pork roast in the slow cooker. Add potatoes and carrots at the end. Simplest dinner and Oh so good 🙂

  20. Jessie C. says:

    Love your recipe, it would be a great to get this one on the menu for our holiday dinner.

    I like Rubbed and Grilled Pork Loin.

  21. Kari says:

    My favorite recipe is when my hubby cooks it! 🙂
    He puts a dry rub of garlic, salt, pepper, and anything else he can find on a pork butt. He covers it in foil and cooks it on the grill. Only a charcoal grill that he works to make sure it stays at 125 degrees. He is constantly adding wood and trying to maintain it. It cooks for 8 hours. When he is done it has the most amazing hard yummy outside and the best pulled pork around. It is a ton of work though, so I like your recipe!!

  22. Courtney says:

    I love BBQ Pulled Pork sandwiches made in the crock pot! Crock pot recipes are the best!!!

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