One ofÂ my favorite go-to meals is pot roast. It’s one of the few things that everyone in my family will eat without complaint. It’s super simple to cook and is very hard to ruin with thisÂ Easy and Delicious Crock-Pot Chuck Roast recipe!
I’m all about the set it and forget it cooking style! That is why I love myÂ Crock-Pot (6-Quart Countdown Slow Cooker with Stove top-Safe Cooking Pot) so much.
I use my slow cookerÂ several times a week, even in the summer. It is a lifesaver!Â This particular Crock-Pot has a double-duty DuraCeramic cooking pot. IÂ no longer need to use a separate pan to brown, sear, or saute ingredients before putting them into the slow cooker! The DuraCeramic cooking pot is safe to use on the stovetop, brown the meat and then simply place the potÂ into the slow cooker to finish cooking. (PS this is not a sponsored post, I just really love this slow cooker!)
This roast smells so good while it’s cooking, the girls always come downstairs to see what’s for dinner. And they get annoyed when it’s not quite ready when they are!
Easy and Delicious
Crock-Pot Chuck Roast
- 4 pounds chuck roast
- 1 cup beef stock
- pepper to taste
- meat tenderizer (non-seasoned)
- 1 bag of baby carrots
- Season chuck roast with pepper and sprinkle with meat tenderizer.
- Brown chuck roast on all sides.
- Add meat, stock, and carrots to Crock-Pot.
- Cook on low for 8 hours, or high for 4 hours.
The best part about making a large chuck roast is leftovers for the next few days.
What is your favorite crock-pot meal?