Slow Cooker Pork Loin

I’m excited to share this recipe for pork loin today. Being a busy mom, I love easy recipes that I can throw in the slow cooker and forget about for the rest of the day. My mom makes an amazing slow cooker pork loin that calls for apricot jam. However, I’m working hard to keep processed sugar out of my mouth, so I came up with my version of slow cooker pork loin that turned out delectably!

slow cooker pork loin


Have you ever cooked pork loin? Do you have a favorite method?

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  1. Melissa Tennant says

    This sounds delish!
    I don’t have a slow cooker pork loin recipe but I do have one for the oven!
    Pork Loin
    Yellow Mustard
    Garlic Salt
    Seasoning Salt
    Lemon Pepper
    Garlic Powder
    Nutmeg
    Olive Oil

    Place the Pork Loin in a 9 x 13 baking dish (or whatever you have), brush/rub yellow mustard on all sides of pork loin.
    I don’t have measurements for the seasonings but I just lightly coat all sides of the pork loin with all the seasonings listed.
    *note – be sparingly with the nutmeg – alittle goes a long way*
    Add a little olive oil in the bottom of pan to prevent sticking and will also make a little au jus.
    place in the oven on 350 until done

    We normally serve with yellow rice, green beans & crescent rolls:)

  2. @somerskys says

    Hey Kellie thanks for the link cause i was dissapointed that i couldnt use jam BUT NOW I CAN THANKS!!!!! Myra this porkloin looks so wonderful gonna make this recipe this weekend. WAIT! isnt today the giveaway results????? I THINK U SAID 20 th, Have a wonderful day Myra and thanks again Kellie for the Link YUM!!

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