Pulled Pork Flatbreads with Leftover Roast Pork

These Pulled Pork Flatbreads are the perfect way to use up leftover roast pork! Super simple and incredibly tasty, flatbread pizzas are an amazing family dinner.

Pulled pork is amazing. Soft pork in tangy BBQ sauce. It’s just gorgeous. And the perfect way to use up leftover roast pork. 

Covering your leftover roast pork in BBQ pulled pork sauce is a fantastic way to make sure it’s soft and tender so that it melts in your mouth even when it’s reheated. 

Pulled pork is great on its own, with chips, or with a salad, but I absolutely love it on these wonderfully simple, no yeast, no rise, flatbreads topped with cheese. 

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Quick pulled pork flatbreads are a fabulous family meal, especially if you are Using up leftover roast pork!

3/4 shot of whole flatbread pizza. Another plate and bowl of cheese in the background.

Can You Make Pulled Pork from Leftover Roast Pork?

I pretty much only make pulled pork with leftover roast pork!

It’s so easy. The pork is already cooked, and it kinda just comes away.

I leave whatever pork I’ve got left to cool, and then basically peel it with my fingers, into thin strips.

You can also use forks to pull your pork

How to Make BBQ Sauce at Home

Pork in bowl covered in BBQ sauce. Sauce jar in background.

BBQ Pulled Pork Flatbreads need BBQ sauce! Ideally, shred your pork the night before, once it’s cooled from your Sunday lunch, and marinade it in BBQ sauce overnight, so that your pork is soft, juicy, and filled with flavour on your BBQ pulled pork flatbread pizza.

I love to make my own BBQ sauce, it’s really simple, and you can adjust it to taste easily. 

wide shot of pulled pork and BBQ sauce in tub.

I make a ketchup-based sauce with spices, butter, garlic, and honey. And just simmer the ingredients together for 15 minutes. You can get my full BBQ sauce recipe here. 

What Can I Use Instead of BBQ Sauce?

If you don’t want to make your own BBQ sauce for this Pulled pork flatbread recipe you can use store-bought, or even cover your pork with another sauce. 

2 flatbreads with pork on baking tray, bowl of cheese and pulled pork to sides.

Some great options include honey whiskey sauce and sweet chilli sauce

Making Pulled Pork Flatbreads

To make Leftover roast pork flatbreads, first, you need the flatbreads.

2 flatbreads on baking tray, pork and cheese to sides.

I’ve included my flatbread recipe, which is super simple without yeast, but you can read more about it here. 

If you prefer not to make your own flatbreads, it’s ok to use store-bought

Ideally, you should soak your pulled pork in BBQ sauce overnight, so it takes on plenty of flavour. 

Then, when you are ready, top your flatbreads liberally with pork, leaving a small gap around the outsides. 

flatbread topped with bbq pulled pork on baking tray.

Then, top generously with cheese. I use pre-grated mozzarella, which is easier to work with than balls. 

uncooked pork flatbread pizzas on baking tray.

Bake for around 20 minutes, just so that the pork is piping hot and the cheese is browning. 

What to Serve with Pulled Pork Flatbreads?

I love BBQ Pulled Pork and Coleslaw! Jim makes this incredible crunchy coleslaw which is just perfect as a side for Pulled pork flatbread with salad.

Cut in half pulled pork flatbread served on plate with crunchy coleslaw.

If you want a big feast, you could serve pulled pork flatbread pizzas with chips and garlic bread. 

Is Flatbread Pizza Healthier?

An Easy flatbread pizza is typically healthier than a big, deep-pan pizza. Just because it’s smaller, and you know what’s in it. 

2 View of 2 plates with pulled pork flatbreads and coleslaw. Bowl of cheese and bowl of coleslaw to the sides.

If you want to make your Pulled Pork Flatbreads even healthier, serve half a portion with a salad or roll your flatbreads out thinner and make 8, use low-fat Mozzarella, and spread the pulled pork on more sparingly. 

Other Leftover Roast Pork Recipes

Pulled leftover roast pork is great, but other Leftover roast pork recipes you might like to try, include Leftover Pork Fried Rice, Leftover Pork Pasta with spicy sauce, and Leftover Pork Pasta Bake

More Ways to Use Pulled Pork

close up of pulled pork and BBQ sauce in plastic tub.

These Flatbread Pizzas are so tasty with pulled pork and cheese on top. But, there’s plenty of other options if you want to satisfy a pulled pork fix. Some great options include:

Yield: 4 Flatbreads

Pulled Pork Flatbreads with Leftover Roast Pork

3/4 shot of whole flatbread pizza. Another plate and bowl of cheese in the background.

These Pulled Pork Flatbreads are the perfect way to use up leftover roast pork! Super simple and incredibly tasty, flatbread pizzas are an amazing family dinner.

Prep Time 30 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Additional Time 1 hour
Total Time 2 hours


For the Flatbreads:

  • 300g Self Raising Flour
  • 250g Full Fat Greek Yoghurt
  • 1tsp Baking Powder

For the Pork

  • 500g Leftover Roast Pork – Pulled/shredded into strips
  • 250ml BBQ Sauce
  • 100g Mozzarella – Grated



  1. Pull the pork and mix with the BBQ sauce in a sealed tub, leave in the fridge until you need it, preferably overnight, but for at least 1 hour

To Make the Flatbreads

  1. Mix the flour, baking powder, and yoghurt until it forms a rough dough
  2. Tip out onto a well-floured surface and knead into a smooth ball, this takes a few minutes
  3. Divide into 4 and roll into rough ovals, adding more flour to your surface if needed
  4. Heat a large frying pan on the hob, and add a few sprays of cooking spray
  5. Fry each bread for 4-5 minutes on each side until lightly browned
  6. Leave to cool for a few minutes and preheat the oven to 160 degrees (fan-assisted)
  7. Place the breads on a baking tray, I bake 2 on a tray
  8. Spoon the pulled pork on liberally, leaving a 1cm border all around
  9. Sprinkle on grated mozzarella
  10. Bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes until the pork is piping hot and the cheese is starting to bubble and brown


  • You can use store-bought BBQ sauce, but homemade is fantastic. You can find my easy BBQ sauce recipe here.
  • I leave my leftover roast pork to go cool, and then shred it by simply peeling the meat with my fingers. You can also use two forks to pull it apart.
  • You can make your flatbreads ahead of time, wrap them in cling film or foil, and leave until you need them, they will stay soft for a day or two.
  • 500g of leftover pork makes 4ish flatbreads, but use what you’ve got, you can either make fewer or spread the meat more thinly.
  • I buy a bag of grated mozzarella, it’s much easier to use than balls.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 846Total Fat: 34gSaturated Fat: 14gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 17gCholesterol: 136mgSodium: 1904mgCarbohydrates: 85gFiber: 3gSugar: 24gProtein: 46g

The nutritional information provided is approximate and is calculated using online tools. Information can vary depending on various factors.

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