CROCK POT CRANBERRY PORK

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Crock Pot Cranberry Pork is so easy and the flavor is wonderful. The pork and the cranberry together is a fabulous match.  This dish makes a wonderful gravy that is perfect over mashed potatoes. Plus, this recipe is only 4 ingredients!

Crock Pot Cranberry Pork 4 Ingredients The Southern Lady Cooks

Crock Pot Cranberry Pork

1 3lb Pork Loin

2 14 ounce Whole Berry Cranberry Sauce

1 Packet of dry onion soup mix

1/4 Cup of butter, melted

Place your pork loin in the slow cooker and pour the melted butter over it. Mix the dry onion mix and one can of cranberry sauce together and pour over the meat. Cook on low for 6-7 hours or until the pork loin test done with your meat tester. Once done, shred your loin and let it sit in the gravy. Then I take the other can of cranberry sauce and mix with some of the gravy and spoon over the pork when served. The gravy is also wonderful over mashed potatoes.

This dish is also perfect for a small Thanksgiving holiday. Sometimes we don’t like to make turkey or need to make a large meal so this is a great substitute. The cranberry sauce goes so well with the pork and the leftovers are great for sandwiches. I actually like to make little sliders with the leftovers. Just take some Hawaiian King Rolls, some pork and the cranberry sauce and you have small sandwiches to serve for lunch.

5 from 1 vote
Crock Pot Cranberry Pork
Prep Time
10 mins
 

This 4 Ingredient Crock Pot Cranberry Pork is so easy to make and absolutely delicious. 

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American, southern
Keyword: 4 ingredients, cranberry pork, crock pot
Ingredients
  • 1 3 lb Pork Loin
  • 2 14 ounce Whole Berry Cranberry Sauce
  • 1 Packet of dry onion soup mix
  • 1/4 Cup of butter melted
Instructions
  1. Place your pork loin in the slow cooker and pour the melted butter over it. Mix the dry onion mix and one can of cranberry sauce together and pour over the meat
  2. Cook on low for 6-7 hours or until the pork loin test done with your meat tester.
  3. Once done, shred your loin and let it sit in the gravy. Then I take the other can of cranberry sauce and mix with some of the gravy and spoon over the pork when served.

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18 Comments

  1. Thank you for this easy recipe! I followed the directions and it came out so good. My husband said it was one of his favorite dinners. I love your site. Thanks for all you do!

  2. This is cooking in my crock pot as I type this but I do have a queston. It seems dry with no liquid. It’s only been cooking on low for about an hour now. Will it make it’s own liquid as it cooks? Having company for dinner tonight so am a little concerned. 🙁

    • The Southern Lady says:

      I’m not sure how this could be dry, it has an entire can of cranberry sauce and a 1/4 cup of butter. It’s never been dry when I have made it, it makes a gravy while it’s cooking. Enjoy!

  3. The Southern Lady says:

    There are recipes not everyone is going to like, that is why we have to try thing to see if they are to our liking. I’ve tried many things that I wasn’t a fan of. Thanks for the comment. Have a great day.

  4. Shirley Reitnour says:

    I tried with poorly tenderloin and hubby raved and raved about it! Thanks so much for your recipes from a Kentucky gal living in Pennsylvania !!!

  5. Julie A. Fosgate says:

    Could you save time and slice the pork loin before cooking it?

  6. Hi, I just put everything in my slow cooker and realized I didn’t pay close attention. I used a pork tenderloin! Has anyone tried that yet? Thanks

  7. Why not a pork shoulder? Isn’t that cut easier to shred? I’ve never shredded a pork loin. Can you just slice it up after cooking?

  8. Sharon Kelley says:

    Is this a pork tenderloin?

  9. Can you make this in an instant pot?

  10. Marleen Quibuyen says:

    Looks so yummy!! Think I will try it Thk u for shring.

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