Crockpot Meal - Cranberry Pork Roast

Now before you write this off as "sounds gross! I'd never eat that!" Give it a try. My SUPER picky family actually likes this one. I don't have a pic to include of it because I recently prepared this meal - as in BEFORE the inception and my inclusion on Lose It Bitches. Be sure to come back and leave a comment should you try it for your family. We'd love to know if you liked it and what sides you paired it with!

Cranberry Pork Roast


You’ll Need:
1 16oz can Wholeberry Cranberry Sauce

1 medium onion - chopped

1 5.5 oz can apricot nectar (I just drained the juice from a can of apricots…worked just fine. Save the apricots to pair with some lowfat cottage cheese for tmorrow's snack!)

½ cup of sugar**

½ cup of coarsely chopped dried apricots

2 tsp distilled white vinegar

1 tsp dried mustard

1 tsp salt

¼ tsp crushed red pepper flakes

2 ½ pounds boneless pork loin roast - well trimmed

What to do:

Mix all the above ingredients.

Reserve a small amount to pour over pork.

Pour ingredients into crock pot

Add the pork roast

Pour reserved amount of sauce over pork

Cover and cook on low 6 to 8 hours


**Can substitute ½ cup of Splenda for ½ cup of sugar. Will slightly reduce carbs for meal.

Nutritional Info:


373 Calories; 31 g Protein, 43g Carbs, 2g Fiber, 8g fat (3g Saturated); 84 mg Cholesterol, 359mg Sodium


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13 comments:

Noelle said...

i have one word for you, daff: YUM.

Just Another Momma said...

mmm that looks good. I'm making a roast tomorrow maybe I'll give this one a try. Thanks daff

kys said...

I've made something similar with pork chops and it was good. I'm going to add this to my file.

gayle said...

Sounds good to me!!

The Blue Zoo said...

Sounds interesting. I will definitely have to try this one!

Mad Woman said...

Oh yummy again!! I'm looking forward to trying this one!

Sandra said...

Oh this is just too funny. I pulled out a tenderloin from the freezer this morning and hunted through my cookbooks for a recipe to use it in my crockpot. I actually picked out almost this exact same recipe. Now I know I picked a good one because you all have said it was good. :)

Sandra said...

Just thought I'd come back and let you all know - this was a complete hit for dinner. Everyone in my family LOVED it.

Bryson's Momma said...

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Bryson's Momma said...

love this blog. Please add me to the blog roll.

WolfePartyOf5 said...

yummy - thats sounds soooooo good right now!

Laura said...

I made this Sunday. It was great! Love the ideas of posting recipes. If we have one to share can we just email it to you?

Hillbilly Duhn said...

I've had a version of this dish, only instead of apricots it was made with orange marmalade. I thought at first I wouldn't like it, but it did turn out super yummy!! I even had to make it again another time it was so good.