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  • Toni Adams

    Dr. Pepper roast, made in crock pot with dry onion soup mix, cream of mushroom soup, cream of potato soup

  • Christina Mitchell

    Dr. Pepper Roast - 1 can cream of mushroom soup, 2 cans cream of potato soup, 1 pkg onion soup mix, 2 cups Dr. Pepper. Cook on low in a slow cooker for 6-8 hours. You'll get the best roast & gravy you've ever had.

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  • Polly Smith

    How much rice?

  • Andrea Román

    Can you substitute the cream of mushroom for something else?

  • Tracy - Hall of Fame Moms

    I'm thinking you could try making a rue (spelling?) after browning the meat (sear it) before putting in the crock pot. To make the rue just add butter, flour and some milk to the left overs in the pan from the seared meat. You can make it gravy-like and add that. Not sure if that will be enough, but look up a homemade cream of soup recipe on pinterest.

  • Lisa Cope

    I would use a can of beef broth and thicken it just before serving with corn starch