Hawaiian Pulled Pork BBQ Enchilada Stacks

This slow cooked Hawaiian pulled pork is stacked on crispy tortillas with pineapple rice and BBQ sauce for a fun twist on enchiladas. 

Enchiladas are my all-time favorite Mexican food and yet, I’ve made them exactly once. They’re kind of just too time-consuming. All that rolling, making a sauce, shredding of the cheese and baking…pshhh, who’s got time for that? I’d rather make the 15 minute drive to my favorite Mexican joint, shell out a few bucks and have someone else do the leg work. Plus, guac and chips…kind of a no brainer.

Hawaiian pulled pork BBQ enchilada stacks

Enchilada stacks, however? That’s a whole different story. You’re not going to find those at the local Mexican joint. Plus, they’re super easy and stacked food is just more fun!

Hawaiian Pulled Pork

My slow cooker and I have a long and rocky history. I shove it in the back corner of a hard to reach bottom cabinet, forget about it for months on end and then one day decide to use it again only to yell at myself for not doing so more frequently because it’s so darn easy. Case in point: this slow cooker Hawaiian pork. A few “why don’t you use this thing more often’s” were definitely muttered under my breath when after only 5 minutes of prep work I had dinner waiting for me at the end of the day. There’s nothing better than throwing some meat into a pot, letting it do its thing for the day while you work and come dinner time, the hard part is already done for you. This pork is even easier than usual because it uses one of the super convenient Campbell’s Slow Cooker Sauces. Pork + sauce + slow cooker and your job is mostly done. All you have left is frying up some tortillas getting them nice and crispy and stackable, brushing them with sweet BBQ sauce to bring out the sweetness from the Hawaiian pork and making some quick white rice with pineapple and green onions go with it.

Hawaiian pulled pork enchilada stacks

It’s a complete Mexican meets Hawaiian meal piled high without the fuss of traditional enchiladas so you can enjoy your time at night without spending hours in the kitchen making dinner.

Yield: 4-6 servings

Hawaiian Pulled Pork BBQ Enchilada Stacks

Hawaiian Pulled Pork BBQ Enchilada Stacks

This slow cooked Hawaiian pulled pork is stacked on crispy tortillas with pineapple rice and BBQ sauce for a fun twist on enchiladas.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 7 hours 30 minutes
Total Time 7 hours 35 minutes


  • 3 pound boneless pork shoulder or butt
  • 1 package Hawaiian pork Campbell's slow cooker sauce
  • 1/2 cup white rice
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 1 1/2 cups chopped pineapple (fresh or canned)
  • 3 green onions, chopped
  • 8 flour tortillas
  • oil for frying
  • sweet BBQ sauce


  1. Place pork and slow cooker sauce in a slow cooker. Cover and cook on low for 7 hours.
  2. Remove pork and shred using two forks. Return pork to the slow cooker and toss in the sauce. Set aside.
  3. Place water, butter and rice in a small sauce pot, bring to a boil. Once boiling, reduce to low, cover and cook until all the liquid is absorbed.
  4. Once rice is cooked, add the chopped pineapple and green onion and mix to combine.
  5. Heat enough oil in a large skillet to coat the bottom of the pan over medium-high.
  6. Once hot, add 1 of the flour tortillas and cook for about 1 minute on each side until browned and crispy. Transfer to a paper towel lined plate to drain and repeat with remaining tortillas.
  7. Brush the top of a tortilla with BBQ sauce, spread rice on top, then pork, top with another tortilla and repeat the process to make stacks of 2 or 3.

*This post is sponsored by Campbell’s Soup. All opinions and content are my own.

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  1. Tina Muir

    Oh my, these sound wonderful! Love that combination of flavors, and what a great idea to stack them like that! YUM! I am pinning right now!

    I had no idea camp bells made slow cooker sauces (I guess that is why they have recruited lovely people like you!), hmmm, I would use the sesame chicken. YUM!

  2. Dana Rodriguez

    That looks delicious! I love Campbells new line of sauces and use them all of the time. My two favorites so far are the Tavern Style beef and the Creamy Chicken Parm is a BIG hit at my house!

  3. Cori

    It’s nice to not have to think too hard about how to use any protein you have on hand since the sauce/falvor is already set!

  4. Natalie

    I would use the sesame chicken sauce and mix it with cut up chicken thighs in a slow cooker. I would serve the dish with white rice! Yum!

  5. Jen P.

    I had no idea that Campbell’s made sauces, can’t wait to try them! I’d love to try the chicken marsala, it’s one of my favorite foods!

  6. Danae @ Recipe Runner

    I’m also that person that kicks themselves for not doing more slow cooker meals, they’re so easy, I don’t know what my problem is. I think I need to drag out the slow cooker so I can make these yummy hawaiian pulled pork stacks, they look awesome!

  7. Robin Stalsitz

    I love all things Hawaiian so I will have to try this. I will also have to buy one of the Campbell’s sauces with chicken, pasta and veggies. I didn’t even know that they made sauces!

  8. Stephanie V.

    Would make dinner planning so much easier – would make some type of slow cooker chicken or casserole
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

  9. Eileen

    Ooh, enchiladas are one of my favorites! I would probably go for a slow braise with bbq sauce and chicken. And then? Enchilada filling! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  10. TallulahJane

    We are pasta and chicken people in my house. I think the Creamy Parmesan Chicken would be a great meal for us to make.

  11. Margaret Smith

    I can’t wait to try these Campbell Sauces. I’d like to try the Marsala sauce and make a nice chicken Marsala dinner for my family

  12. Anita Duvall

    I must admit that I have not tried the Campbell’s Slow Cooker Sauces yet!! I keep at least 6 cans of Cream of Soups on hand for a quick throw together casserole at any given time though!

  13. heather s

    Now that it is getting cooler I will get out my crock pot. I would use these for all kinds of meals like roast and chicken.

  14. kelly nicholson

    How will you use Campbell’s Sauces to make a wonderful family dinner?

    i would start with a nice meatloaf with gravy..maybe some mashed potatos…yum

  15. Allyson Bossie

    I use the tomato basil sauce as a base for pulled bbq. All you need is a rotisserie chicken, the sauce, some spices, and a side

  16. Karen Gray

    I am not a good cook at all, so my creativity in the kitchen is very limited, so I’d be mostly to just follow your recipe to a tee because it looks fairly easy and very yummy!

  17. Michele Cupp

    I would use Campbell’s sauces to make the Hawaiian Pulled Pork Enchilada recipe above. It looks amazing and I soooo want to try it. Thanks for sharing it!

  18. Christina G.

    I would use the Chicken Marsala skillet sauce to make a wonderful family dinner. Just add chicken. Thanks for the giveaway!

  19. Nicole

    We love pot roast during the cold winter months, so I would through a roast in the crockpot with the Tavern Style Potroast Sauce.

  20. Annalisa K

    I would use the Chicken Marsale cooking sauce with chicken parts in the oven and serve over rice with roasted carrots on the side

  21. Shannon

    We are so busy on weekdays with homework and after school sports that I’m always picking up fast food. These look so fast and easy that we could have a great family dinner, just add meat and veggies!

  22. Jessie C.

    I would use Campbell’s Slow Cooker Sauces Sweet Korean BBQ to make kalbi dish and serve with rice to my family.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

  23. Katie Rose

    Chicken Marsala! Oh Baby, I’m right there. Make some pasta, broccoli, and fresh crusty bread to go with it and you’re all set.

  24. Deb Anderson

    Love this recipe – so creative! I’m going to have to try the Chicken Marsala sauce. I think that may be my new favorite. :)

  25. Elle

    I would get the Sesame Chicken flavor and make some flavorful, delicious white meat chicken served over wild rice with steamed veggies.

  26. courtney b

    those look sooo good i love the campbells teriyaki sauce or maybe its soy sauce but its really great all over chicken and rice! they are sooo yummy !:)

    thank you!

  27. Tiffany S

    I would use Cambells sauce to make sweet and sour chicken. I’ve never made it before but would love to try it.

  28. Anne

    I confess to getting into cooking ruts, and I think Campbell’s Skillet Sauces would give the the chance to shake things up a bit with some new flavor combinations. One I’m looking forward to trying is the Chicken Marsala.

  29. Cheryl W

    I would love to try the Tavern Style Pot Roast Campbell’s slow cooker sauce. I would love to make a grilled sandwich with it …like ranch style.

  30. Rebecca Helene Thomas

    I love Korean Street tacos, but never made them because I felt the meat took much time to make. I am excited to try the Sweet Korean Beef sauce to make my own Korean Tacos at home!!

  31. Linda Crispell

    I am definitely going to try your recipe! I use my slow cooker all year! I love that thing! I have not tried the Campbell sauces YET! Although I use Campbells soups a lot for other casseroles.

  32. Kaila

    Since I’m a momma, I love crock pot meals! I would use them in the crock pot and it would also help expand my palette, since I’m a pretty boring eater! :)

  33. Gina M

    I would add the sauces to meat in my slow-cooker to make a delicious and easy family meal!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 AT gmail DOT com

  34. Heather Freeman

    Wow! I’m so glad I found your site. I bought a couple of these awhile back and totally forgot about them. I just bought a new bag of potatoes so I’m going to make the Tavern Style Pot Roast with homemade mashed potatoes and carrots!

  35. Mary Walker

    I love Cambell’s Slow Cooker Sauces. Yesterday I made the Morrocan Sauce with boneless Pork loin steaks, and basmati rice. Served with a side of sauteed spinach/kale with onions and garlic. It was awesome! Thanks for the chance to win! I need a new crock pot. Have you tried the new Crock Pot casserole pot? That’s what I used for my Morrocan Pork steaks, and it performed exceptionally well!

  36. Ashley C

    The hawaiian luau sauce sounds great! I would slow cook some pulled pork in it, then stir fry up some veggies and brown rice and pour the sauce and pork over them for a quick dinner! Then I would use the leftovers for some delicious pork sandwiches on hawaiian bread! Yummy!

  37. Tanya White

    Being a huge fan of pulled pork I would use the Southern BBQ to make Pulled pork for our upcoming family get together.

  38. Deb Christie

    I would make the Tavern Pot Roast in the Crock Pot. It would be great for dinner one day and sandwiched the next.

  39. Jill Myrick

    I would love to try the Tavern Style Pot Roast from Campbells to make a hearty roast and fresh vegetables in the crock pot for my family.


  40. Madison Frady

    I would love to try the southern pulled pork one. to make bbq sandwiches. :))


  41. ewhatley

    One of my crockpot faves is pot roast with potatoes, carrots and onions so I think I’ll try adding the Korean BBQ sauce for a different twist.

  42. Angela Ash

    I’ve been using their soups and the recipes on the back to make dinners for years. I have a crock pot now but get stuck with ideas. The Campbell’s Sauces seem to make it easy to pull a good meal together in no time. The pot roast would be good with my homemade mashed potatoes.

  43. Crystal F

    I would use them to help make quick meals on those nights when we have softball practice which seems like every night. lol Thank you!!!

  44. cynthia Painter

    I have yet to try the Campbells slow cooker sauces, but I would probably try it out doing a roast in the crock pot and use The Tavern Style post roast sauce!

  45. Jennifer Reed

    I would love to use the Campbell’s Sauce Sweet Korean BBQ to make a fun ethnic style meal of Korean Bulgogi.

  46. Annette

    I’ll use Campbell’s Sauces to make a wonderful family dinner by adding one of the sauces to my slow cooker. I love the variety and can see me making lots of new recipes.

  47. Michelle

    I have made my own enchiladas but thought it was quite a bit of work since I made everything from scratch. They were very good, though. Even my husband liked them and he is mighty fussy.

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