Pulled Pork (Low Carb)

So last night we had pulled pork with broccoli slaw (just use the bagged stuff and add your fav mayo that is 0 carb count, as the broc slow has only a couple carbs a serving).

With this I used G. Hughes (about 1/2 bottle) Hickory Sugar Free BBQ sauce. Typically you can find it at Walmart, but I had to actually go to Harris Teeter and pay twice as much for it as Walmart is not carrying it at my store. GRR.


1  4-5 pound pork loin, fat removed, cut into two inch sections.



Dried Parsley

Dried Rosemary

1/2 – 1 bottle of G. Hughes SF Hickory BBQ sauce

2 TBSP Mustard

1 TSP hot sauce

Black pepper

1 TSP Worcestershire sauce


Place pork, seasoned, in a pressure cooker and cook until done. If you do not have a pressure cooker, don’t worry, you can do this in the oven as well. 🙂 I found that by cooking the pork in the cooker, then shred and transfer to a pot on the stove, add sauce, it’s easier and the sauce actually sticks to the meat and you don’t get the juicy runny everywhere mess.

When it’s cooked, shred and add to another pot.

Mix sauce with mustard, worst, pepper, hot sauce.

Add to pork.

Mix well.

Heat through.

Pulled Pork

I served this with a low-carb tortilla and WOW is that ever good! Now if you use 1 whole bottle of sauce, you will have 2.5-2.8 net carbs a serving. This EASILY makes 12-14 servings. 1/2 bottle of sauce gives about 1.5 net carbs.

NOTE: THIS IS NOT A LOW SODIUM DISH!!!!!! Those of you who have sodium issues, please note that and you may want to make your own bbq sauce, or sub another type (just watch your sugars and carbs). But, it’s spring….it’s BBQ time…ENJOY!


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