Best Boston Butt Roast Ever in a Crockpot!

The smell alone of this roast cooking is wonderful, the taste is moist and amazing. This pork roast is bursting with flavor, juicy and amazing if you have leftovers! You can go to work and come home to the most perfect meal all in one pot that tastes like you cooked all day!




The perfect pork roast I grew up on! If you want easy recipes for dinner, you just hit the jackpot. This slow cooked pork roast is tender, juicy and ultimately makes it's own gravy. You don't really have to make side dishes if you add some vegetables to the pot

Slow cooking is the way to go. Pork can tend to be dry. Slow cooking keeps in the juices and it just melts in your mouth. When is the last time someone went nuts over your cooking? Let this be another one of those hits in the house that's asked for time and time again.

I love the ease of using the slow cooker and now with easy clean up and the modern day cookers they are a breeze in clean up for sure.

If you are a busy cook, messy cook, hate to cook, this is the recipe to wow your family, friends and guests. I am the first one to tell you after working a long day I certainly don't wait to come home and stand over a hot stove.

There are plenty of pot roasts recipes out there but this pork recipe will win everyone heart. A great dish you will keep on hand and make over and over again.

I personally think the apple brandy which is the secret ingredient makes the difference. However if you are opposed to using alcohol of any kind feel free to use water or even apple cider.








BEST BOSTON BUTT ROAST EVER IN A CROCKPOT!

ingredients:



  • 1 Boston Butt up to 4lbs
    Seasoning Rub:
    1 tsp salt
    2 tsp crushed red pepper
    1/2 tsp black pepper
    1/2 tsp white pepper
    1 clove garlic
    1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
    1 tsp oregano
    1/2 tsp tarragon
    1/2 tsp nutmeg
    1/2 tsp ground thyme
    1/2 tsp marjoram
    1/2 tsp rosemary
    1/2 tsp whole basil
    1/2 cup applesauce regular or cinnamon flavored
    1/4 cup Apple Brandy, apple cider or water

instructions:



  1. Can of cooking spray. Cook 4 to 6 hour on high or low 8 hours.
    Spray the pork with cooking spray in your large slow cooker.  Sprinkle with herbs and spices on top and fatty sides. Add the applesauce to the bottom with water or brandy. This roast falls off the bone. Serve with mashed potatoes and lots of crusty bread  Italian Bread! Any leftovers? Try some of Curt's sauces on this great pork on a sandwich.
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