Crockpot Pork Roast

Crockpot Pork Roast

10 reviews, 4.8 star(s). 100% would make again

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6 Potatoes; Halved
1 c Water
1/2 pk Lipton Onion Soup Mix; or 1 onion quartered
1 3-lb Pork Roast; (up to 4)
8 Carrots; Cut in pieces

Original recipe makes 6



Prepare your vegetables. Place in the following order: carrots then potatos and then your Pork Roast. Mix water and onion soup mix. Pour over roast. Slow-cook on slow for about 10 hours. You can substitute a beef roast. Recipe by: James Shepherd Recipe by Betty Crocker Posted to brand-name-recipes by Meg Antczak on Feb 08, 1998

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Roast fell apart, but still very good

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ak307 9m ago

I made this on a Friday because I just don't ever feel like cooking at the end of the week and this was a perfect dish to make because it was ready for when I got home. I did a beef roast and it was amazing! It pulled a
Missy_33 3y ago

Great recipe. The potatoes were perfect too. Not mushy.
Leannamh 4y ago

Love this recipe! Simple. Easy. Delicious!
pammillerheyart 4y ago

mariapearson 4y ago

Great base recipe. I added 2 packets powdered gravy, 1 can Guinness, and 1 cup Eight O'Clock coffee.
Avikemyr 4y ago

cooked in only 5 hrs. added carrots last 2 hrs. put in meat probe so I didn't over cook. juicy but bland so need to make with sauce or season meat next time. going to serve with sauted apples tonight.
chanwats 6y ago

wow... I am not a big pork eater .. but this was good. It fell apart and was very juicy. We dipped it in Sweet Baby Rays.. YUMMY
great2bskeeter 8y ago

I made this but placed carrots in crock pot during the last hour so as not to over cook them. It was quite good.
Cyrano 10y ago

Easy and good! I made it for dinner last night and would make it again. Meat was falling apart tender.
jwedzee 10y ago

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