Excellent!! You deserve another star just for the simplicity of this recipe. Perfect for mom's on the run in the mornings. Just toss in the crock pot before work, and when you get home supper is waiting! I didn't quite use the whole can of Pepsi, I was afraid it would make it turn out too sweet. Instead, it turned out fabulous! Thanks for sharing!
DELICIOUS. As a busy mom who is always on the look out for easy, great recipies, I thank you so much for this one! I followed your recipie exactly and it was tender and ...did I mention delicious! My kids and hubby gobbled it up!
Made this on Sunday for supper. It was a last minute idea so I had to cook in oven. I put it at 350 for 1 hour and 45 minutes. I should of taken off cover and browned just a bit. But is was definitely tender. I followed the ingredients as written even after reading all the reviews. Personally I did find it a bit on the sweet side. But I believe it is up to each personal taste buds, didn't stop me from eating it though. I will make it again but with less Pepsi. Maybe I found it sweet because I don't ever drink sodas. But this was yummy and tender. I had it with mashed potatoes and some steamed green beans, mmmmm. I added corn starch to the sauce for gravy. Thanks for posting.
This turned out pretty darn good... I used Cream of Chicken soup instead because that was all there was. It turned out very tender and mighty tasty. Even my honey-bunch liked it and asked for it again. Thanks for a great recipe.
I have to say that this was the most interesting and most delicious way to make a pork roast. I am definatly having this again. I didn't think it was too sweet, I guess it's up to the individual's taste.
5 / 30 / 08 Made this today, and the roast was very good and tender. Used the whole package of the onion soup mix with the soup and Pepsi. The gravy tasted a bit sweet to me, but my DH couldn't detect the sweetness at all. Only thing done different from the recipe was that the roast was browned first before putting it into the slow cooker. Next time, I will try 6 oz. of Pepsi (it's available in mini cans here ) along with 6 oz. of water to see if that will take the sweetness away from the gravy. An easy, fuss-free way to make a roast.
This is the BEST and easiest way to make a Pork Roast. I've made it this way many times. You can make a great gravy too with just a little cornstarch!
Wow this was great.I used a boneless 4 lb pork shoulder and only had wild cherry pepsi on hand.I used the full pack of onion soup and we loved the xtra gravy.Thanks
Very, very tender and yummy. Great winter meal. This was my first time making a Boston Butt. Made a nice sauce that I thickened up with a flour roux. Great with mashed potatoes. Used Coke (gasp!) not Pepsi and it was good. Used whole package of onion soup mix also. Thanks so much!
Great recipe, Thanks