Between my work schedule, training schedule, M’s farm work, and church responsibilties, we often find ourselves stretched thin. There are many nights that we do not sit down to eat supper until nearly 9:00 p.m. On those days, I am grateful for one thing:
My crock pot. I love the fact that I can put a meal on in the morning, it is ready when I walk in the door after work — and can stay on the warm setting if we can’t eat until much later. For the next few Monday’s Meals, I am going to share my favorite crock pot receipes. This week it is:
2-3 pound pork tenderloin
1 – 12 ounces can of diet coke/coke zero/diet pepsi
1 cup of your favorite BBQ sauce
1. Trim excess fat from your tenderloin and poke several holes in it using a fork.
2. Place pork tenderloin in your crockpot and cover with the diet coke and bbq sauce.
3. Cook on low for at least 8 hours.
4. After 8 hours, remove pork from crockpot, shred and return to the crock pot. Allow it to continue to simmer in the pot until you are ready to eat.
*M says that the meat gets more and more tender the longer it stays in the sauce mixture. We are usually able to get a few meals out of just one tenderloin. If you prefer your bbq sandiwches to be saucier, you can just add more sauce when you prepare your sandwich.