Crock Pot Coke Roast

"This is best served with mashed potatoes and bread. The sauce can be doubled and used as gravy for the potatoes!"
photo by ktenille photo by ktenille
photo by ktenille
photo by ktenille photo by ktenille
Ready In:
10hrs 5mins




  • Cut roast in half and place both pieces in crock pot.
  • Mix remaining ingredients together in a mixing bowl.
  • Pour over roast.
  • Cover and cook on low for 10 hours.
  • Enjoy!

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  1. This was a hit (both kids gobbled it up). I used garlic powder and Dr. Pepper in place of what was called for (also ground celery seed crushed with a mortar and pestle). Delicious, tender and falling apart good. Tonight we had it sliced with mashed potatoes and a side salad. Tomorrow will likely be cheesesteaks (inspired by that picture above) or quesadillas. I also threw in 2 stalks of celery and 2 carrots into the "au jus" to up the flavor. Thanks for sharing. It's a pleasant, flavorful alternative to sodium laden soup mixes!
  2. Made this roast today. DELICIOUS! Made gravy from the juices . . . a little sweet for me but oh my gosh was this roast wonderful. Fell apart on your fork and melted in your mouth. Will definitely make again!
  3. Very Good! We made ribs in the slow cooker. Shortly before serving, I poured the sauce into a saucepan and boiled down to a thick consistancy. Thanks!
  4. This turned out good. I doubled the sauce, but found I really didn't need to. It made a lot! I used a pork loin roast, celery seed, and garlic powder. Very easy and tastes great.
  5. Pretty good. The liquid is sweet and you should definitely double the amounts. It could probably use something like a dark soy to counter the sweet and add a little depth of flavour but that's only to your taste and isn't necessary as it's a nice taste regardless. I added about a teaspoon of cayenne to give it some hint of heat but again, if you're after a sweet sauce with no heat, this is a good recipe.


  1. Garlic Powder instead of minced garlic; Dr. Pepper in place of Cola; ground celery seed instead of celery powder.



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