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Fall is here! It’s finally starting to get cool here in Texas. In fact this weekend I finally switched out my summer clothes for warm cozy sweaters and my sandals for fun boots. As much as I love fall with it’s cozy sweaters and evenings around a fire pit, fall also means the busiest time of year is coming. The kids have been in school for awhile now and right when you get into a smooth routine the holidays come along. With all the busyness of life there is one thing that always has to be done, you have to feed your family.
One of the best tools ever invented to make an easy fun meal is the slow cooker. I will be honest it took me some time to warm up to my slow cooker. (I know there is a pun in there somewhere.) For a long time I thought it was just a glorified pot roast cooker but soon enough I learned about all the amazing foods that could come from a slow cooker.
Picture this! You have a busy day ahead. Maybe you have a few meetings at work and your kids have after school activities. Let’s get ahead of the game and pull out the trusty slow cooker before you head out to start your day. Toss a boneless pork butt, KC Masterpiece Original Barbecue Sauce and a few other ingredients and dinner is on its way. While you are busy at work and running the kiddos around, the slow cooker will be hard at work making dinner.
When you get home all you have to do is toss coleslaw, toast up tater tots, add cheese, tender saucy pulled pork, and TADA! TOTCHOS! If it’s not clear yet, totchos are tater tots dressed up as nachos. Tot + nacho = totchos! The kids will love this because, hello, tater tots that are like nachos! What kid wouldn’t love that? And sweet potato tater tots to boot. Your kids will call you a hero and you’ll just be happy that everyone is fed and content.
1 Leftover pork can be refrigerated in an airtight container for a week. Makes great pulled pork sandwiches.
I loved this dish! It has crispy sweet potato tots, tangy crunchy slaw, cheese and savory barbecue pulled pork! It’s a flavor party in your mouth. And, this dish is easy to change up. If you don’t want sweet potato tots use plain potato tots or french fries. This makes a great dinner and it also makes great party/football grub. Maybe you want to ditch the potato all together? Serve the pork on buns topped with coleslaw. It’s all up you! The best part is the leftovers so you pretty much have dinner half way done for later in the week.
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Leftover pork can be refrigerated in an airtight container for a week. Makes great pulled pork sandwiches.