Fun with Pulled Pork!

Did someone say pulled pork? Yes, please! Always mouthwateringly delicious, pulled pork is a go-to when in need of a good barbecue dish. We love it straight out of the crockpot, but its great to mix it up as well. Sandwiches, sliders, grilled cheese, you name it we have a recipe for it. Check out our favorite, fun pulled pork plates!

Chipotle Pulled Pork Sandwiches: Featuring PICS Boneless Pork Loin, these Chipotle Pulled Pork Sandwiches hit the spot! Add some avocado, pico de gallo, and/or cilantro for the ultimate flavor experience.

Hawaiian Pulled Pork Sliders: Break out the Hawaiian rolls for these tasty Hawaiian Pulled Pork Sliders. Pork, pineapple, and honey-flavored barbecue sauce come together in perfect harmony.

Slow Cooker Apple Cider-Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese: With fall coming up and the weather cooling down, it’s time to implement this Slow Cooker Apple Cider-Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese into your at-home menu.

Instant Pot® IPA-Braised Pulled Pork Tostadas: These tasty tostadas will have you coming back for more! Top with avocado, green cabbage, queso fresco, corn, and radish for the best taste.

Carolina-Style Slow Cooker Pulled Pork: Take your tastebuds on a trip down south with this classic Carolina Pulled Pork recipe.

Slow Cooker Maple Dijon Pulled Pork Melts: Sticking with the slow cooker for these Maple Dijon Pulled Pork Melts. Try these irresistible sandwiches on a baguette and fall in love with flavor.

Asian Pulled Pork Sliders: Add an Asian Chopped Salad Kit and some soy sauce to your pork for these awesome Asian-Style Pulled Pork Sliders. This recipe throws in a nice twist to a classic dish.

Wow, now we’re hungry! If you’re in the mood for pulled pork try out one of these recipes for yourself. Visit your local Price Chopper & Market 32 or shop with us online for all your pulled pork needs.

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Cinnamon Apple Pancake Sandwiches

by Jodie Fitz

Great breakfast filler that you can have made ahead of busy days.

2 apples

1 ¾ cups PICS flour, unbleached

½ teaspoon PICS sea salt

1 tablespoon PICS baking powder

1 teaspoon PICS cinnamon

1 cup PICS milk

4 oz. PICS cinnamon applesauce

3 tablespoons PICS brown sugar

1 PICS egg, large

1 teaspoon PICS vanilla extract

Nonstick cooking spray

Peanut butter

Wash, peel, core and dice one apple into small pieces.  Set it aside

Add the flour, sea salt, baking powder and cinnamon into a bowl.  Stir the dry ingredients together so that the ingredients are evenly distributed.

 Add the milk, cinnamon applesauce, brown sugar, egg and vanilla extract to the dry ingredients.  Hand whisk the ingredients together.

Fold in the diced apples.

Cook the pancake batter in a griddle style pan coated with nonstick spray over medium heat until both sides are golden brown and the inside is fully cooked.

Wash, core and slice the additional apple. Create a breakfast pancake sandwich with peanut butter and apple slices.

Time Saver: Make the pancakes on a weekend. Let them cool completely. Wrap each one individually in parchment paper or waxed paper. Place each individually wrapped pancake in a freezer bag or container. Take them out and toast them on busy weekday mornings.

Gluten Free: Swap the flour for gluten free 1 to 1 flour options.

Peanut Allergy Alternatives: Swap the peanut butter for WOWButter® found in the allergy friendly aisle at your Price Chopper/Market 32 Supermarket.

Dairy Free: Try making this recipe with either rice milk or almond milk.

Lessons for Children when making this recipe;

  • Measuring ingredients
  • Leveling dry ingredients
  • Whisking
  • Dicing
  • Spreading
  • Slicing
  • Knife safety
  • Griddle Safety
  • Pancake Flipping
  • Following directions

 

 

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