Natalie Slater’s Vegan ‘Cannibal Corpse Crock-Pot’ BBQ from Bake & Destroy

Cannibal Corpse Crock-Pot BBQ Vegan Pulled Pork - from Natalie Slater's 'Bake & Destroy' on Canned-Time.com

Last month I discovered a wonderful Vegan cookbook from Natalie Slater and today I share another great recipe from that book.

Bake and Destroy: Good Food for Bad Vegans   has all the basics of a Vegan kitchen and all the fun of a mosh pit!  She’s wild.

 From breakfast to dessert, Natalie shows her expertise in baking with a plant based diet and having a blast while you’re eating.  She came up with this particular Faux Pulled Pork recipe and then made it even easier by pouring it all in the crock pot to cook while so you can be napping even until you catch a whiff of the BBQ seeping into the Jackfruit, bubbling away to cook you up some chow.

 Cannibal Corpse Crock-Pot BBQ Vegan Pulled Pork - from Natalie Slater's 'Bake & Destroy' on Canned-Time.com

Cannibal Corpse Crock-Pot BBQ Vegan Pulled Pork - from Natalie Slater's 'Bake & Destroy' on Canned-Time.com

 
 
If  you are craving that ‘pulled pork’ BBQ taste, this recipe is for you.  It pulls apart after hours in the crock pot just like the real thing.  Don’t want a sandwich?                                                                                                                                                                    You could just as easily serve it on top of rice or make it a faux pork salad with lots of crisp lettuce and some of the BBQ sauce to drizzle on top.    
Cannibal Corpse Crock-Pot BBQ Vegan Pulled Pork - from Natalie Slater's 'Bake & Destroy' on Canned-Time.com

Cannibal Corpse Crock-Pot BBQ Vegan Pulled Pork - from Natalie Slater's 'Bake & Destroy' on Canned-Time.com

Just in time for a Halloween get together or just a comfort meal at the end of a long day…this one has flavor and fun.

Thanks Natalie for letting me cook some up and share just one of your many secrets from this book ;0

Cannibal Corpse Crock-Pot BBQ Vegan Pulled Pork - from Natalie Slater's 'Bake & Destroy' on Canned-Time.com

Natalie’s book is available on Amazon   ‘Bake and Destroy: Good Food for Bad Vegans’

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12 thoughts on “Natalie Slater’s Vegan ‘Cannibal Corpse Crock-Pot’ BBQ from Bake & Destroy

  1. narf77

    Never tried jackfruit and not even sure I can get it here. I am going to ask my daughters to check for it in their local Asian food shop in town. Does it taste nice? I never had pulled pork either so guess I am not craving it 😉

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      Fran, Fran Fran…another ingredient that you can’t get. You make me feel so, so Metropolitan? Yea, right. I’d never heard of it until I saw a bacon recipe from Somer at Vedged Out last year that used it. Don’t buy it fresh is my advise. You’ll want to kill yourself with the prep before you can ever get around to cooking. ;0

      1. narf77

        Living in cold Tasmania I doubt that we would ever be given the opportunity to purchase one fresh ;). I have seen it canned and think I might be able to get it from a local Asian grocery shop so fingers crossed I might be able to give this a go 🙂

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