Crock Pot Pork Bites
If you love the taste of ribs but hate the mess of eating them, these Savory Crock Pot Pork Bites are perfect. They have all of the smoky and BBQ flavors of traditional ribs but in one tasty bite. They are so easy to make and require only a handful of ingredients. Forget hovering over a hot grill, because with this recipe you simply toss your ingredients into your crockpot and forget about them. Take a look below at how easy it is to make your own Savory Crock Pot Pork Bites. It is like having a cookout right in the convenience of your kitchen!
The first crockpot below is the exact crockpot I use at home. It’s very durable and easy to clean especially after meals or recipes like this! I’ve also added some other popular crockpot alternatives for you in case you’re curious.
This recipe was inspired by Southern Cali Saver.
- Prep time: 10 mins
- Cook time: 8 hours
- Total time: 8 hours 10 mins
- Serves: 6+
- 2-3 lbs of boneless pork ribs
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- 1 teaspoon of pepper
- 1 bottle of barbecue sauce of your choice
- ½ teaspoon of seasoning salt
- ½ teaspoon of garlic
- 1 medium onion, diced
- Chop your boneless pork ribs into cubes.
- Sprinkle the salt, pepper, garlic powder, and seasoning salt on the cubes of meat.
- Layer the bottom of the crockpot with the chopped onions.
- Add 1/3 cup of water.
- Place the seasoned cubes on top of the onions.
- Add Barbecue Sauce
- Cook on low for 8-10 hours.
That’s it! Your pork bites will not only be tasty but super tender. Enjoy them with traditional BBQ foods such as potato salad, corn on the cob, corn bread, and other favorites. These keep well so whatever you do not finish you can easily refrigerate until later. Children will enjoy these easy to eat bites, and adults will enjoy the fact that they can enjoy the taste of a BBQ without all of the work. Give these easy Crock Pot Pork Bites a try and you won’t look at BBQ ribs the same way again!
If you wish, you can always add a little extra zest such as hot peppers to your recipe. The choice is up to you as far as how much you want to amp up the heat.