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Easy Crock-Pot Pork Roast {Whole30 Recipe}

This is probably not a recipe you haven’t seen before, but it’s become a staple around this household.  Now that my husband and I have been counting macros for about a month, we eat a lot more lean meat.  I got sick of chicken and ground turkey really quick this past month so I set out to find something different to change things up.  I found some super lean pork roasts at Costco and let me tell you, they are great!  I shared this recipe with Tracy and a few other friends and they loved it so I thought I’d share it with all of you. Keep scrolling for this super Easy Crock-Pot Pork Roast Recipe!
Now this is an easy Whole30 dish my whole family will like!

When you’re macro counting(more info on this to come!) every gram of fat counts!  I miss my bacon so this is about as close to it I get these days.  Costco carries these pork roasts individually wrapped for $1.79 per pound.  I’m sure you can find them elsewhere, but I know lots of people shop at Costco.  You also need some homemade taco seasoning(to keep it Whole30) or just some good old fashioned boughten taco seasoning works just fine.  I went that route this time simple because I’m out of my homemade stuff and have these lying around.

Now this is an easy Whole30 dish my whole family will like!

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So go ahead and coat your roast(s) with the taco seasoning right in your crock-pot. FYI-I do the same amount of seasoning and salsa with one or two roasts. Then you need to pick out your favorite salsa to cook it in. My favorite is Salsa Verde and Pace Picante.  I’m kind of a salsa aholic…Now this is an easy Whole30 dish my whole family will like!

This time I went with the Citrus Pineapple Pace.

Now this is an easy Whole30 dish my whole family will like!

Now it’s important you do this on low and cook for 6-8 hours.  I’ve tried doing it on high and it doesn’t end up shredding nicely.  Cook on low for 6-8 hours until you can poke it with a fork and it easily shreds.  Remove from crockpot and throw it in your Kitchen Aide if you have one and shred it in about 3 seconds.

Now this is an easy Whole30 dish my whole family will like!

Now don’t get mad at me but I like to put this over rice.  Since macro counting we eat rice pretty much everyday because it’s super easy to make in the rice cooker and keep in the fridge all week. However all you Whole30er’s can put it on cauliflower rice and top it with guacamole and more salsa!
Now this is an easy Whole30 dish my whole family will like!

I hope I gave a few people a new idea for an easy meal.  I really do love this super lean easy dish and I hope you do as well!

This Whole30 Pork Roast would be great on cauliflower rice!

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Easy Crock-Pot Pork Roast {Whole30 Recipe}

Ingredients

  • 1-2 small pork roasts
  • 1 packet of taco seasoning(or my homemade kind for whole30)
  • 1 jar salsa

Instructions

  1. Place pork roasts in crockpot and coat all sides with taco seasoning.
  2. Pour 1 jar of salsa over the top.
  3. Cook on low 6-8 hours.
  4. Shred and enjoy!
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  • Reply kourtney February 26, 2017 at 2:20 pm

    do you know the nutrition facts for the recipe? I macro too but didn’t know how much fat, carbs etc., was in it or serving size

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