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I love my Crock Pot, especially this time of year. Dinner is ready when I come home from work, leaving plenty of time for baking or present wrapping! Pinterest has become my new vehicle for storing the recipes I want to try! Sometimes the challenge with Pinterest is to find the link to the original post, which makes it hard for a blogger to credit that source. I am going to link to my original pin which was from a site called Repinly!
Crock Pot's were made for cuts of meat like roasts. I almost always cook mine in the slow cooker. Traditionally, I use an envelope of onion soup and some beef broth or water. After cooking all day, the roasts are always tender and delicious. Curious about this recipe, I decided to give it a try. I am not a Dr. Pepper fan but have made other recipes using soda. The original poster said this was the best roast and gravy ever and they were so right. Usually I can take or leave beef gravy. With this recipe, however, I could have just eaten the gravy by the spoonful.
Dr Pepper Roast
1 beef chuck roast
1 can cream of mushroom soup
2 cans cream of potato soup
1 package onion soup mix
2 cups Dr. Pepper
Cook on low in a slow cooker 6 - 8 hours and you'll have the best roast and gravy you have ever had.
I am linking this to On The Menu Monday, Tasty Tuesday, Miz Helen's Full Plate Thursday and Foodie Friday!