Slow Cooker Pork Roast and Gravy is a simple and delicious meal that only takes minutes to throw in the slow cooker. It’s basically the pork version of this Workman’s Roast recipe that is a reader favorite. Whether you’ve got a pork roast or a beef roast in your freezer, take a few minutes this morning and put these ingredients in your slow cooker. When dinner time comes around, you’ll be so glad you did.
We love how this simple recipe makes its own yummy gravy as it cooks. It tastes so good over rice or mashed potatoes and paired with a salad or a veggie. I could go on, but I think you get the picture. This is a recipe you will love and make again and again.
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Step-by-step pictures for how to make Slow Cooker Pork roast and gravy
Tips for how to make Slow Cooker Pork Roast and Gravy
- You can use any cut of pork roast. I usually just get whatever is the cheapest.
- If cooking the roast in the oven, you need a roasting pan with an airtight lid.
- If the crockpot lid or roasting pan lid doesn’t fit tight, put a layer of tinfoil tightly over the top, and then put the lid on it.
- You can use a partially frozen pork roast, and it will still turn out good.
- In place of the canned cream of mushroom soup, add one cup of cream, a can of mushrooms or some sliced fresh mushrooms, and a cube of beef bouillon.
- In a medium-sized bowl, mix all the sauce ingredients together. Set aside.
- Put the roast in the crockpot or roasting pan.
- Spoon the sauce onto the top of the roast.
- Place the lid on the crockpot or roasting pan. Make sure the crockpot lid or roaster lid fits airtight. If it doesn't, put a layer of tinfoil tightly over top, and then put the lid on it.
- Set crockpot on low or oven to 250 degrees.
- Cook for at least 8 hours and no more than 10 hours.