Pulled Pork BBQ Pizza

This month we decided to whip up some pulled pork BBQ pizza using our March Degustabox! This is a great recipe to use after you’ve made some pulled pork, and really need to find different ways to use the leftovers, or just to spice your dishes up a bit. Our Degustabox is always awesome when we get it every month. This month is no exception. If you saw our last post where we showed the February Degustabox, you’ll know how much we love it! Every month you get a bunch of food products and snacks to try and cook with, or snack on for only $20, it’s easily one of the best subscription boxes you can get! 

Pulled Pork BBQ Pizza

Here are all of the great things that we got in this months box. We love the variety we get, as well as that we get full sized products. No samples here, my friend. We’ve already tried the sweet potato thins, quinoa bars, cookie thins, and peanut butter and jelly croissant and loved them! In this recipe we decided to use the Boboli original crust from our box. This featured one full pizza crust.

Pulled Pork BBQ Pizza

What you’ll need:

Pulled Pork (either made from scratch or premade)
Mozzarella Cheese (shredded)
BBQ Sauce
Boboli Pizza Crust
Bacon pieces
onion

Before we can make our pulled pork pizza, we have to get some pulled pork ready. This is Hannah’s personal way she makes pulled pork, and it is awesome! This particular one was cooked overnight in the crock pot on low setting. You add in about 2 onions, along with your pork roast(s) Hannah made 2 roasts in this photo. Put just 1/4 cup of water on it, and season generously with some Weber Smoky Brown Sugar rub. We picked this up recently at our local Sam’s Club and LOVED it. Let it cook overnight on low. Once it’s done and falling apart, simply take a fork and shred your meat however fine that you want it. Once its all shredded, add your BBQ sauce. We added about 1 40oz bottle.

You can use whichever sauce you prefer, but we used the Jack Daniels Hickory Brown Sugar, which is one of Hannah’s favorites. Let it cook on high for about 10 mins, and its done! You could also skip the whole making pulled pork and buy a container of premade, if you’re short on time. (Definitely recommend the Jack Daniels Pulled Pork).

Pulled Pork BBQ Pizza 

For the pizza, start putting BBQ sauce on your crust. Put an amount that seems good to you. We like to be a lil heavy on it. Then top with mozzarella cheese. Then add on the strips of pulled pork, followed by onion, and bacon pieces(we didn’t add these in the photos since we forgot them, and are not professional; but we HIGHLY recommend you add bacon pieces).

Pulled Pork BBQ Pizza

Cook in the oven at 365 for about 15-20 minutes, or until your cheese is melted and crust is as crispy as you want. That’s it! Now you have some delicious pizza that will easily spice up your family pizza night!  

Pulled Pork BBQ Pizza

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Pulled Pork BBQ Pizza
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Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
30 min
Ingredients
  1. Pulled Pork (either made from scratch or premade)
  2. Mozzarella Cheese (shredded)
  3. BBQ Sauce
  4. Boboli Pizza Crust
  5. Bacon pieces
  6. onion
Instructions
  1. For the pizza, start putting BBQ sauce on your crust. Put an amount that seems good to you. We like to be a lil heavy on it.
  2. Then top with mozzarella cheese. Then add on the strips of pulled pork, followed by onion, and bacon pieces
  3. Cook in the oven at 365 for about 15-20 minutes, or until your cheese is melted and crust is as crispy as you want. That’s it!
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Crockpot Pulled Pork
Hannah's Crockpot Pulled Pork Recipe
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Prep Time
10 min
Prep Time
10 min
Ingredients
  1. Pork Roast
  2. Weber Smoky Brown Sugar Rub
  3. Onion
Instructions
  1. This particular one was cooked overnight in the crock pot on low setting. You add in about 1 onions, along with your pork roast. Put just 1/4 cup of water on it, and season generously with some Weber Smoky Brown Sugar rub.
  2. Let it cook overnight on low.
  3. Once it’s done and falling apart, simply take a fork and shred your meat however fine that you want it.
  4. Once its all shredded, add your BBQ sauce. We added about 1 40oz bottle. You can use whichever sauce you prefer, but we used the Jack Daniels Hickory Brown Sugar, which is one of Hannah’s favorites.
  5. Let it cook on high for about 10 mins, and its done!
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