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Crock Pot Glazed Pork Tenderloin


Yummy Crock Pot Glazed Pork Tenderloin from @mvemother

If you’ve been following me for very long you already know that on occasion I’m bitten by the freezer meal bug. It usually only lasts a week, or if I actually get things in the freezer, a month. On even rarer occasion, I’ll hunt down a good crockpot recipe, but forget about it until lunch and by then it’s too late in the day. So instead I pull out the trusty skillet and/or Dutch oven and it’s business as usual.

Case in point: Pork Tenderloins. The normal routine was brown it in the skillet and then transfer it all to the oven for an hour or two, basting every half hour. I knew there had to be a way to utilize the convenience of the crock without having it cook ALL DAY and I’ve finally come up with the solution.

I found a number of great recipes on Pinterest but didn’t use any of them. Sadly, I either didn’t have Granny Smith apples, wanted to add onions, and *again* it was already noon so I didn’t have eight hours for it to cook. Still, I’ve made few things in the crockpot so reading through the recipes gave me the reassurance and confidence I needed to tackle this tenderloin and go my own way with it. I used ‘cooking with pork’ staples-apples, brown sugar, and honey, bumped up the cook time, and fell in love with the sweet and savory results!

Ingredients

  • Two 1 1/2 lb pork tenderloins
  • One apple cut into thin slices (ours was a Fuji)
  • 1/4 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1 small onion (peeled and quartered)

Directions

Cut slits in your tenderloin and insert slices of the apple.

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Place the onions in the crockpot, followed by the tenderloins. Cover each with the brown sugar and honey (this time around I just dumped all the honey in the middle). Cook for four hours on High.

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Remove apple slices and let sit for five to 10 minutes before serving.

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I hope you enjoy this recipe and if you have any favorite crockpot meals please share them in the comments!

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