Cranberry orange pork tenderloin crock pot recipe is so tender and the perfect blend of sweet and savory. The slow cooker does all of the work for a great meal!
Cranberry orange pork tenderloin crock pot recipe
Have you tried the delicious Cranberry Orange Crock Pot Pork Tenderloin recipe yet? We had this the other night and I realized that I haven’t really shared this recipe with you guys yet!
I mean, I did list it in one of my 10 Crock Pot Make Ahead Meals post, but I didn’t really get into detail as to how delicious this recipe really is. It is seriously amazing!
Now, don’t be scared off by the ingredients in this recipe. The cranberry sauce, Catalina dressing and orange juice combine together for a very savory flavor.
Plus the pork tenderloin cooks up perfectly! It is so tender and juicy. Just delicous!
Anyway, let’s get to the Cranberry Orange Crock Pot Pork Tenderloin recipe. Trust me, it is very tasty.
- olive oil
- whole berry cranberry sauce
- Catalina dressing
- soy sauce
- corn starch
- orange juice
- pork tenderloin
How to make crock pot pork tenderloin:
First, put all of the ingredients in the crockpot. You can use frozen or thawed meat.
Just cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high 4-6 hours. It is really that easy. This toss and go recipe is realy quick.
We ate it with mashed potatoes and peas. We actually had some left overs this time and they tasted even better the next day for lunch.
If you are feeling fancy, garnish with orange slices. So pretty! It is also good served with a small bowl of cranberry sauce.
You need a good crock pot.
You’ll need a Crock Pot, obviously! Your Crock Pot doesn’t need to be anything fancy. I have a very basic one like this and it gets the job done well every time.
Another great tip is to use Crock Pot liners, too. I don’t know about you, but I’d much rather spend time playing with my kids after dinner then scrubbing the Crock Pot.
Try it today!
This Cranberry Orange Crock Pot Pork Tenderloin recipe is so versatile! You can put it all of the ingredients together in the crock pot the day you want to make it or you can freeze it and make it later.
I made this recipe along with several others and put them all in the freezer. When we ate this the other night, I simply dumped it all in my Crock Pot when it was still frozen. Talk about easy!
This is really a game changer for busy weeks. I know I am less temped to grab take out when I have something quick and easy to prepare at home.
You can find all of my favorite freezer meals here. Freezer meals are definitely a time and money saver on busy nights.
Plus, these meals will taste better than anything you can buy. Start by making the Cranberry Orange Pork Tenderloin and see just how easy it is. You will absolutely love it and it will probably be one of your favorite crock pot recipes.
I prefer using the crockpot because it is so easy but you can make this in the skillet. You can also use pork chops instead of a pork loin roast. You really can’t go wrong with this recipe.
The next time you need a great meal that takes hardly any effort, give this a try. You won’t be disappointed.
It’s also an Easy Christmas dinner recipe.
Looking for something new to make for the holidays? Try this delicious pork tenderloin. It is so easy and delicious for Christmas or even Thanksgiving.
If you want a change, make this for a meal that is so easy and really yummy. I love the sweet and savory sauce and could literally put it on anything. The cranberry and orange combination is delicious on pork.
It is the perfect holiday meal. You might just end up adding it to your Christmas recipes. However, it is certainly a recipe to enjoy year round. It is easy and delicious. My kind of recipe!
Print this cranberry orange pork tenderloin crock pot recipe:
Cranberry Orange Crock pot Pork Tenderloin Recipe
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 1 can whole berry cranberry sauce (14 oz can)
- 1/2 cup Catalina dressing
- 1 tbsp soy sauce
- 1 tbsp corn starch
- 1/4 cup orange juice
- 2-4 lb pork tenderloin
- Put all of the ingredients in the crockpot (frozen or thawed) and cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high 4-6 hours.
- Serve with your favorite sides – we love this with mashed potatoes and peas.
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