BBQ Rub Seasoned Pulled Pork BBQ Shoulder Blade Roast in the Slow Cooker

This indoor method of cooking a Pork Butt in a crock pot or slow cooker is a great alternative when you don’t have a smoker or if the weather outside is frightful.

Slow Cooker Pork Boston Butt Seasoned with Dry Rub Spice


Prep Tiime1 Hour 15 minutes
Cook Time:4 hour- 1 hour per pound
Total Time:5 hour 15 minutes
Yield: 6-8 servings

Dave's seasoning enhances the BBQ flavor to your pork butt roast. You can use a boneless roast but the bone-in will add more flavor.

All cookers are different, for best results internal temperatures should reach 200° to melt the fat and connected tissue.


1 4lb Boston Butt - Pork Shoulder Blade Roast

4 tbsp. Your favorite flavor of Dave's Dry Rub seasoning spice


How to Do it:


Apply Dave's Rub seasoning on all sides of Pork Butt.(liberally to your liking, or try 1 tablespoon per pound)

Cover or wrap and put back in the fridge for an hour to overnight.

Place Pork Butt fat side up in slow cooker, cook on low for an hour or so per pound.

Do not add any liquid! There are enough natural juices in the pork to keep everything moist. By not adding liquid on the on the front end, you don't dilute the rub.

After cooking, remove fat on top and put pork on cutting board. (Pour off liquid and reserve, you may want to add some back)

You can sprinkle some additional rub on the pork while it is hot as it will blend right in and add a touch more flavor.

Pull pork apart using two forks pulling away from each, or just pull apart by hand or chop with a knife, place back in slow cooker to keep warn and Get Ready for the CROWD!