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Pulled Pork Nachos!

The beauty of cooking a lot of food in a crockpot is leftovers for days!  I had a lone sweet potato hanging around the kitchen so I decided to make some Paleo Pulled Pork Potato Nachos or PPPN for short!  Super easy! I have been cooking a lot lately with the idea of leftovers and it is so easy to eat healthy by cooking a lot ahead of time.


  1. leftover pulled pork
  2. sweet potato
  3. olive oil


  1. slice sweet potatoes about 1/4″ thin with the skin on
  2. coat with olive oil and salt and pepper
  3. lay on a baking sheet in a single layer
  4. bake at 400° for 20-25 minutes flipping as not to burn them
  5. heat-up leftover Pulled Pork
  6. eat like nachos!

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place some pork on a chip and enjoy

place some pork on a chip and enjoy

layout like nachos

layout like nachos

4 comments on “Pulled Pork Nachos!

  1. mangiapaleo
    January 14, 2014

    Perfect combination! I like that your ideas are delicious, yet easy!

    • WWJME
      January 14, 2014

      I think a lot of people think going Paleo is hard. It can be easy, you have to make it work for you!

  2. Primal Cotton
    January 14, 2014

    Yum. I had pulled pork and sweet potatoes last night but didn’t think to turn them into nachos. You are a smart man 🙂

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