Easy Slow Cooker Root Beer Pork BBQ

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BBQ pork sandwich

Get everything going this morning and enjoy Easy Slow Cooker Pork BBQ for dinner. The secret ingredient is: Root Beer!

2 to 3 pound pork tenderloin or Boston Butt

1 (12-oz) can or bottle of root beer

1 (18 oz) bottle of barbecue sauce

8 – 12 hamburger buns

Cut off any excess fat and put the pork tenderloin or Boston Butt in a slow cooker. Pour the root beer over the meat. Cover and cook on low about 6 to 7 hours until the pork shreds easily.

Lift the meat out of the liquid, put it in a large bowl and tear it apart with forks. Stir in barbecue sauce using as much as you like. Reheat (the amount you will be using) briefly in a covered casserole dish in the microwave before serving on hamburger buns.

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