9 Reviews

Thanks for another great recipe. I had everything except the mushroom soup so I used some milk and flour with great results. Also added a teaspoon dried rosemary. I decided to drink the beer instead. No cola for me as the carrots are sweet enough. Update 06/16/10: Have made this several times now and still luvin it. Gonna make it again tomorrow! The flavor is outstanding.

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Wing-Man June 16, 2010

I served this for dinner tonight after marinading with Kittencal's Kittencal's Pot Roast Marinade and Tenderizer. It might have been too many conflicting flavors to do both together, but the process for cooking the meat yielded a very tender roast. I can certainly see why this recipe is rated so high by others. Overall, the flavor was a bit sweet for our tastes, so next time I will eliminate the coke. Thanks KittenCal...the house smelled fabulous all day!

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Cook4_6 February 22, 2009

This was AMAZING!! I absolutely used the garlic, cooked it 4 hours, added the veggies as instructed and added halved button mushrooms about 20 minutes before the end. My hubby could NOT stop eating and the kids raved about how great the veggies were and how tender the roast was!! This is another shining recipe from Kittencal!!

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CaneCorsoMom July 16, 2008

Excellent!!! Had my doubts about the cola- I used diet Pepsi-but it turned out wonderfull. I have shared your recipe already. Thanks so much!!!

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mistralwnd February 28, 2008

Another hit from Kitten!!!! This was absolutely the best roast EVER and the gravy was scrumptious. You could cut the meat with a fork, yet it wasn't falling apart. Would give it 20 stars if I could. Followed directions as given, except cooked it in my Nesco 4 qt. roaster. The time was about the same as in the oven. Added potatoes, carrots and rutabagas. Also used diet coke. This is a real keeper. Thanks Kitten and very best wishes.

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NanaD January 17, 2008

This recipe was the PITTS!...well Brad Pitt :rofl: utterly delicious and scrumptious. Cooked ours for 4 hrs. it actually appeared done when I gave it the flip after the 3 hr. mark. Ommited the potatoes since I planned to serve this over pasta. Carrots were *just* okay, little too sweet for us. The sauce was AWESOME with the sweetness of the cola and the roast was fork tender

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lets.eat May 28, 2007

This was so easy to make! Next time I will use a little less cola and more carrots. (The carrots were delicious) Any leftovers can easily be made into soup or stew.

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EmmasMom October 23, 2006

i used a chuck roast and a pork tenderloin......sirloin is for steaks for me....like the beef fat in pot roasts.just me.....the gravy was the best part of this!!!!!!!! should have made more carrots as always with a pot roast!

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walleyeman November 16, 2005

This easy to make recipe was a great twist to the normal Sunday Pot Roast! I used a can of diet coke, as it was all I had in the house, but I still turned out great! I would certainly recommend this.

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Typical Guy Cook October 12, 2005
Delicious Slow-Cooked Beef Pot Roast