This is quickly becoming a weekly staple in the colder months. I can eat pulled pork any time of the year, but pulled pork and some mashed sweet potatoes or mashed cauliflower (paleo sub for mashed potatoes), is great comfort food in the fall and winter. And with a recipe this simple, I'll be making it until I get sick of it.
What you'll need:
1 crock pot
1 pork roast
Organicville BBQ sauce
Turn the crock pot onto low and put about a 1/4 inch of water in the bottom. Place the pork in the crock pot and cover it with about 1/4 of the bottle of bbq sauce. Cook on low for six hours. After the time is up, take the lid off and with two forks pull the pork apart. It will look like shredded pieces. Keep doing this until the entire piece of pork is shredded up. Add more bbq sauce to taste. Place the lid back on and let it cook on low for another 30 minutes. Enjoy.
I found this in Whole Foods and it's about as paleo friendly as you're going to get with bbq sauces. It's gluten free and no added sugar. It's sweetened with organic agave nectar and molasses. So depending on how you feel about those as sweeteners, it's one of your better choices for bbq sauce. The total amount of sugar per serving though is comparable to any traditional bbq sauce, so you still have to keep that in mind and not crack out on this stuff. See the picture to the right for the full nutritional info.