How To Make Beef Chuck Roast In A Crock Pot

When should I make Slow Cooker Pot Roast?

For hectic days when you can start everything early and have a delicious dinner ready for you at the end of the day, slow cooker meals are particularly beneficial. I enjoy pot roast during the fall and winter on chilly Sundays.

Why You Will Love This Crock Pot Chuck Roast Recipe:

  • It takes 5 minutes to prepare. Cooking is not everyones favorite past time. Sometimes we just dont have the time. That’s okay! The secret to the best easy dinner is this pot roast cooked slowly. All you need to do is chop one vegetable and add the other ingredients to the pot. Cant beat it!.
  • Its a full meal in one pot. Beef, veggies and potatoes. All in one dish. That is what we love. You could certainly serve the family a full meal with this recipe, but you could also toss in some fresh bread or a large salad!
  • Even delicious as leftovers. If kept in juices, this roast tastes even better the next day or so. You can reheat it in the crockpot if desired. When you approach it that way, you get two for one.
  • Freezer friendly! I adore freezing this recipe’s leftover meat. I can use it later for tacos, sandwiches, or just another straightforward dinner like it started.

How To Make Beef Chuck Roast In A Crock Pot

Perfect Slow Cooker Pot Roast Video

Using onion and garlic powder in place of the real thing was another error. Those have their place, but not here. A pot roast is enhanced greatly by the flavor of fresh onions and garlic.

And isn’t fresh herb crock pot roast worth the indulgence—it tastes so much better than dried herbs! Frequently, you can discover them combined in a combined form to further simplify this recipe for pot roast in the slow cooker.

Last but not least—the vegetables. I used to always use russet potatoes and add them in cube form. Using Yukons, a waxier potato, and leaving the potatoes whole will help keep your potatoes moist but not gluey. How does that end up in the end? Potato soup! Serve them whole or, if preferred, chop them up at the end.

The details of potato size won’t matter because everyone will be too busy enjoying every bite. This is the perfect pot roast recipe—it has simple ingredients with layers upon layers of flavorful, satisfying depth.