Trisha Yearwood’s Crock Pot Pork Tenderloin Recipe


This Trisha Yearwood’s Crock Pot Pork Tenderloin is so tender and SO tasty! What set this recipe above the others was the gravy!!!  It is over the moon good!


  1. Posted by tiffaneygthompson, — Reply

    I use this recipe at least once every other week!! So SO tasty! I typically sub dry thyme for fresh, because I’m boujee like that. I also use low sodium soy bc the salt can be a little much. This recipe is wonderful and actually impressed my very particular grandma this weekend! 🥰🥰

  2. Posted by cb1211, — Reply

    This recipe is a keeper. I left out the thyme because we don't like it. Other than that made the recipe as is. Delicious. I will be making this again.

  3. Posted by itsnotahemi, — Reply

    It wasn't bad. The gravy was the best part. The spices on the loin disappeared. I couldn't taste the ginger or thyme. But still, not a bad recipe.

  4. Posted by alwal, — Reply

    Love this recipe as it was so easy to put together. Next time I will add a little more of the rub to meat after browning after putting in crockpot. It had great flavor already but I wanted just a little more. Everybody else liked it as is.

  5. Posted by babblesmarin, — Reply

    Great easy and cheap recipe. The gravy is the star of the show. Next time I think I’ll add some onion when roasting and some paprika & onion powder to the seasonings. ☺️

  6. Posted by MelanieParkerGagne, — Reply

    This recipe is a winner - and easily "tweakable" to adjust to people's taste. I added a couple of dashes of Worcestershire sauce to the broth mixture and upped the amount of spices I used when seasoning the pork itself. YUM!

  7. Posted by myprincess313, — Reply

    Was absolutely delicious I only had a boneless pork roast so used that and it was to die for I wanted to drink the gravy

  8. Posted by loricookies, — Reply

    I have made this many times and is always a hit! Pecan Cranberry Rice goes great for a change from potatoes

  9. Posted by mapoli, — Reply

    This is a winner! Reminded me of Sunday dinners with my grandmother in her home in rural Mississippi.

  10. Posted by susanlyon63, — Reply

    Very bland, I would have to at least double the spices on this if I were to make it again

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