Crockpot Pork Burrito Bowls

Thanks so much to Smithfield for sponsoring this recipe for Crockpot Pork Burrito Bowls! You’ll adore these easy and flavorful slow cooker pork recipe. Prep only takes about five minutes, and you’ll have dinner ready and waiting at the end of the day! I received free products and was compensated for my time to write this post, but all content and opinions are my own.

You'll adore these easy and flavorful crockpot pork roast burrito bowls!

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You may remember that last year I brought you several tasty recipes with Smithfield marinated fresh pork like that Grilled Stuffed Pork Loin and those Bacon-Wrapped Teriyaki Pork Bites. I was delighted to be asked to create more recipes with their fresh pork products again. This year I’ll also be using Smithfield pork roasts, ribs, and more. Get excited!

Today I’ve created a super easy boneless pork roast recipe with a Smithfield Boneless Pork Shoulder Blade Roast. This netted pork roast is hand trimmed and perfect for slow cooking like in a smoker or crockpot. When I visited Smithfield, Virginia last year, I think I heard the words “fat is flavor” at least 20 times. It’s so true! You can put any meat in the slow cooker and make it fork tender, but you need fat in the meat in order for it to stay moist after hours of cooking. This pork pot roast is SO juicy and flavorful even after 10 hours in the crockpot!

You'll adore these easy and flavorful slow cooker pork roast burrito bowls!

You know I’m a sucker for Mexican food, so I wanted to use pork roast in burrito bowls. It only takes about five minutes to get the recipe prepped in the morning, and you will be so happy to come home to the smell of dinner already made! To get these burrito bowls on the table, all you need to do is drain and shred the meat. The beans are cooked right in, and rice is very optional. I skipped the rice and used a lot of lettuce, so my burrito bowl might be more like a taco salad. Whatever you want to call it, this is a deliciously easy meal!

You'll adore these easy and flavorful crockpot pork roast burrito bowls!

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You'll adore these easy and flavorful these crockpot pork roast burrito bowls!

Crockpot Pork Burrito Bowls

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This slow cooker pork roast recipe is so easy to make for dinner on busy days!

  • Total Time: 10 hours 5 minutes
  • Yield: 8 1x


Units Scale
  • 1 Smithfield Boneless Netted Pork Shoulder Blade Roast
  • 1 yellow onion sliced
  • 3 cans seasoned chili beans
  • 15 ounces red enchilada sauce
  • salad greens
  • cooked rice optional
  • diced tomatoes, shredded cheese, sour cream, salsa or other desired toppings


  1. Remove and discard net from pork roast. Place in crock of slow cooker. Arrange onion over the meat, and pour beans and enchilada sauce over the roast. Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours. Flip roast over halfway through cooking if possible.
  2. When ready to serve, remove cooked roast from crockpot to a large cutting board. Carefully pour remaining contents of slow cooker into a colander to drain off the liquid. Shred cooked meat with two forks, removing and discarding large pieces of fat as you work. Return shredded meat and drained beans and onions to cooking vessel or a serving bowl.
  3. To assemble burrito bowls, place lettuce in the bottom of a large salad bowl. Place warm, cooked rice over the lettuce (optional), and place a generous helping of pork and beans over the rice. Pile on your desired toppings, and dig in!
  • Author: Andi
  • Prep Time: 5
  • Cook Time: 600

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Andi Gleeson, food blogger

Andi Gleeson

Andi Gleeson is a passionate blogger and mom based in San Francisco who focuses on easy and delicious dinner recipes.


6 years ago

This sounds (and looks) phenomenal!! I just made my very first pork shoulder, but I roasted it in the oven low and slow, then cranked up the oven to broiler, and lightly charred all the edges of the roast. Came out great, and I can’t wait to try some of your pork recipes with all my leftovers!! Thanks for being Soo creative!!

8 years ago

What kind of chili beans did you use?

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Hi, Trisha! I just used grocery store brand seasoned chili beans. I know Bush’s and Rosarita makes them too. They say “Chili Beans” on the label.

Mo K
8 years ago

Wow! I’m SO going to be making this soon, Andi. You are so creative, and I love all the recipes you share with us. Keep up the great work, girl! :-)

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Thank you so much, Mo!! I really appreciate that!

8 years ago

Thank you so much for your crock pot pulled pork burritos they are going to be one of my favorites…for small gatherings etc…or just my family…have a good Easter in the name of Jesus…bless you for all you do…Chermaine

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Thank you so much, Chermaine. Happy Easter to you too, and I’m happy you like the recipe!

Nancy | The Bitter Side of Sweet
8 years ago

This is such a GREAT idea! Adding this to my menu plan!

Cathy Trochelman
8 years ago

These look like the ideal dinner! We love all things burrito!!!!

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Me too, Cathy. Thank you!!

Serene @ House of Yumm
8 years ago

What a perfectly easy dinner idea for a busy weekday! Love this!

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Thanks, Serene! :)

Katerina @ Diethood
8 years ago

Andi, I honestly just want to dig into those photos. You have me drooling!! This sounds so darn good!

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Thank you, Katerina!! xo

8 years ago

We love Mexican food and this burrito bowl would be a hit at our house! Love that it’s made in the slow cooker too!

Nutmeg Nanny
8 years ago

Oh my! I’m all about this burrito bowl. It’s packed full of flavor!

8 years ago

Sounds so delicious Andi. Thank you and Happy Easter to you and your family.

Andi Gleeson
8 years ago

Thank you, Liz! Happy Easter!

Becky Hardin | The Cookie Rookie
8 years ago

I cannot wait to try this

Kacey @ The Cookie Writer
8 years ago

Pork shoulder is such a versatile (and cheap!) cut of meat and that makes it perfect for families who want something gourmet on a budget. Rest assure my husband would eat all of this!

Vivian | stayaliveandcooking
8 years ago

We all love easy recipes for busy days! To be honest I don’t really know how to cook Mexican food, I made my first chilli con carne only yesterday… But I think I’ve got to try some more of those recipes! This sounds great.

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