You can't beat this easy recipe when all you need is Sprite and a Beef or Pork Roast with a sprinkle of salt and pepper! Crockpot Sprite Roast is so moist, fork tender and tasty. My whole family was in love with this roast. I loved the fact that it was simple as can be.
All I did was place the roast in the crockpot, add Sprite then sprinkle salt and pepper on top. Place the lid on and dinner was ready 8 hours later. It is that simple! You really can't go wrong with this recipe. It is great when you find yourself with leftover sprite after an event or a party. Or when you find it on sale for $1.00 at the grocery store!
It is so easy to prepare and this recipe and it really makes the roast fork tender. You can use your favorite brand (Sprite or 7up) and it really gives the roast a great flavor. Simply use a little salt, and pepper and rub over roast. Place in crockpot and pour Sprite over the roast. Put lid on and cook on low for 8 to 10 hours. If you don’t like Sprite you may enjoy Coca-Cola Roast or this Root Beer Roast. I served my Sprite roast with peas and Secret Ingredient Mashed Potatoes.
Our reader Christina comment below that this also makes a great recipe for BBQ pulled roast for sandwiches! Just dump out the sprite out when the roast is cooked enough to shred, shred the roast and put it back in the slow cooker, add your favorite BBQ sauce and then let it sit on warm for at least 30 minutes. What a great tip for leftovers (if you have any) too!
We hope you enjoy this delicious Crockpot Sprite Roast as much as we did. It is sure to be a family favorite once you give it a try! Trust us you will be glad you did!
- 3 - 5 lb pork roast
- 1 cup Sprite
- salt and pepper for seasoning
- Place roast in crockpot.
- Add Sprite.
- Sprinkle roast with salt and pepper, if desired.
- Place lid on crockpot and cook on low 7-8 hours.
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Shelley is a boy mom, marine wife, and is blessed with an amazing family. She loves sharing recipes, travel reviews and tips that focus on helping busy families make memories.