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Mesquite Pulled Pork Sandwich Recipe

Looking for a mouthwatering keto dish that’s perfect for any occasion? Dive into the world of slow-smoked perfection with our Mesquite Pulled Pork Sandwich recipe. Whether it’s a laid-back weekend barbecue or a cozy family dinner, this recipe is sure to impress with its rich flavors and tender texture. Join us on a journey through the smoky depths of mesquite and the succulent embrace of slow-cooked pork.

Mesquite Pulled Pork Sandwich

Mesquite Pulled Pork Sandwich

Sink your teeth into a keto-friendly delight that’s been kissed by the smoky allure of mesquite wood.


  • 6-pound boneless pork shoulder
  • Mesquite wood chips
  • Your favorite pork rub or seasoning


  1. Season the pork shoulder generously with your chosen rub or seasoning.
  2. Prepare your grill or smoker for indirect heat, aiming for a temperature of 250°F.
  3. Place the seasoned pork shoulder on the grill, adding mesquite wood chips for that signature smoky flavor.
  4. Slow smoke the pork shoulder for approximately nine hours or until the internal temperature reaches 195-200°F.
  5. Remove the shoulder from the smoker and allow it to rest for a few minutes before shredding it with forks.
  6. Serve the succulent pulled pork on your favorite low-carb bread substitute or lettuce wraps.

Breakdown of Ingredients and Average Carb Content

  • Pork Shoulder: 0g carbs per serving
  • Mesquite Wood Chips: Negligible carb content
  • Pork Rub/Seasoning: Typically low in carbs; check labels for specifics


Indulge in the smoky sensation of our Mesquite Pulled Pork Sandwich, where every bite is a journey through layers of flavor and keto-friendly goodness. Whether it’s a leisurely weekend feast or a quick weeknight meal, this recipe is your ticket to barbecue bliss without sacrificing your low-carb lifestyle. So fire up the grill, gather your loved ones, and savor the satisfaction of homemade pulled pork perfection.

Recipe and Image By: @patrickmaese

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