Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Recipe: Crockpot Honey-Apple Pork Loin
Woke up late...
Have lots of errands to do...
Need to clean the kitchen floors...
And need to work on my project.
Days like today make my crockpot one of my favorite friends.
I found the recipe a few weeks back on Pinterest (again) and knew I needed to try it.
Right now the house smells like Fall...enough said!
Crockpot Honey-Apple Pork Loin
One Pork Loin (2-3 pounds)
Four Apples (I'm using Granny Smith, but use whatever you like)
Four teaspoons Honey (more or less...to your taste)
Two teaspoons Cinnamon (more or less...to your taste)
1. Prep crockpot for cooking (make sure to line your crockpot for easy cleanup).
2. Core and slice your apples in eighths.
3. Lay two sliced apples in the bottom of your crockpot to form a base for your Pork Loin.
4. Sprinkle with some of the cinnamon.
5. Cut slices in your Pork Loin, approximately one inch apart (about eight total).
6. Flavor your Pork Loin with garlic, salt and pepper to taste (if you wish).
7. Drizzle honey into the slices of your Pork Loin.
8. Place a piece of apple into each slice of the Pork Loin.
9. Sprinkle with some of the cinnamon.
10. Cover Pork Loin in remaining apple slices and sprinkle with remaining cinnamon.
11. Place lid on crockpot, secure, and cook for seven hours on low