Sunday, August 21, 2011

Crock Pot Sunday Roast

This is my go to dinner for Sunday.  It's the day I want to relax, so I wake up at about 9, stick it in the crock pot and it's ready for dinner time.  It's moist, juicy, and delicious.  Plus, it's easy as pie!  If it ever is still too tough, just cook it a little longer.  I always cook mine on low because low and slow is my theory in the crock pot.  I promise you will not be disappointed!

Ingredients
1 Beef Chuck Roast
1 Tbs. dried Basil
1 Tbs. dried Oregano
1 tsp. dried Parsley
2 Tbs. Worcestershire
1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup
1 Garlic clove minced
1 cup Water
1 pkg. Lipton Onion Soup mix
1/2 tsp. Salt
1/4 tsp. Pepper
2 Beef bouillon cubes

Directions
Spray your crock pot with grease.  Place your roast in the center of your Crock-Pot.  Dump the Onion soup mix over the roast.  In a mixing bowl combine all the other ingredients, and pour over the roast.

Put the lid on your roast and let it cook on low for 8 hours.

Serve with mashed potatoes and green beans.  The juices that the roast is sitting in will make an amazing gravy.  Take the roast out sprinkle in a little cornstarch and flour, a little milk, and a can of mushrooms, and whisk.  Serve over roast and potatoes.  It's a perfect Sunday dinner!  Enjoy!!


35 comments:

  1. What nicer than Sunday roast especially when it looks like yours;)

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  2. I make pot roast almost the same way! I love this because it is so easy and so homey tasting. Thanks for becoming a follower; I followed you back! Vicki V

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  3. I would love to try this! I'm pinning it now so I don't forget. OOO and I see you have a recipe for german pancakes too...I've already wanted to try those! Thanks for stopping by - I'm following you now as well! :)

    Brie @ BreezyPinkDaisies

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  4. What a great crock pot recipe! Now that fall is almost here, I need to get mine out and make this!

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  5. Looks wonderful, and couldn't be more simple. I love the convenience of crockpot cooking all year long, but especially when it's too hot to turn on the oven.

    :)
    ButterYum

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  6. OMG.. I'm drooling here with all those yummy looking food. Thanks for sharing the recipes! I'm following you back. Thank you for your comment on my blog. Have a great week!

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  7. This looks delicious! So do so many of the other recipes on here!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and following. I'm your newest follower!

    -Janelle
    homemadethisandthat.blogspot.com

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  8. Crock Pot Roast is one of hubby's and my all-time favs {not to mention your house smells amazing the entire time it is cooking!}

    ❤ Cat brideblu

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  9. Okay THIS looks amazing! I tried leaving you a comment yesterday, but my computer was being way dumb.... ANYWAY, THANKS for following my blog, you're awesome! I was reading your profile and read you're a stay at home wife!? SO not FAIR! I'm VERY jealous... that's my DREAM job, I've been trying to make it happen for sometime now. Ha ha, maybe one day! I am excited to get recipes from you. I NEED simple ones so I'm super excited! I am your newest follower as well! Have a GREAT day!
    Savannah

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  10. Love it when the roast is so moist and tender that it just falls apart. This looks fantastic!

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  11. That meat looks so delicious!

    Just returning the favour and following you back. Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you have a lovely week.
    http://beourbest.blogspot.com/

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  12. Hi Jill, that roast looks tenderrrr :) Thanks for stopping by my place and happy to follow you!
    Thanks..

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  13. Thanks so much ladies! I'm so excited to follow all of your blogs. I had so much fun looking at each of them yesterday! If you try any of my recipes you'll have to make sure to let me know. I think it's so much fun to know when someone makes one of my recipes.
    Savannah, I'm pretty lucky to be a stay at home wife. I worked in Real Estate for about 5 years, and then got lucky enough to get to be at home, and I love every second of it, so I completely understand. :) Thanks for following! Have a great week!

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  14. Hey Jill!

    I love crock pot cooking and have gotten away from it since I quit working. You made me remember how easy it is to whip up a meal and forget about it!

    Thank you so much for following my blog, LaBelladiva . . . I'm following your blog as well :) Looking forward to checking out your older posts!

    Have a wonderful week . . . Gina

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  15. Thanks for stopping by- I'm now following you!

    I love cooking pot roast in the crock pot-people love how moist it is!

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  16. Looks so yummy! One of my favorite things to eat is roast.

    I am returning the follow
    http://mompointofview.blogspot.com/

    I can't wait to check out your site more.

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  17. Love this recipe. I actually have to go and get a new crock pot because mine died the other day. Thank you for following my blog, doing the same and found another great sight for recipes.....

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  18. mmmmmm, that roast looks and sounds to die for.
    great recipe...i need to try it out asap.

    visiting through a blog hop and i am now following you.

    hope you can drop by my blog as well.

    happy tuesday!

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  19. This is sooo mouth-watering delicious recipe! I'm only on my 2nd cup of coffee, and I'm craving a roast. LOL

    Thanks for stopping by, sorry it took a bit getting back with ya, blogger isn't nice to me this week. I'm following you back now!
    ~Carolyn
    Cookin’ for my Captain

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  21. Looks and sounds yummy! I wish I had this recipe last night. I went to Bunco, and left my family with something a bit boring... Popping back over to your blog from mine. You are way too fun not to Follow! I am your newest! :)

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  22. I feel like grabbing this right from here. It looks really delicious . I'm going to my kitchen to prepare mine. Thanks for sharing this. I'm your newest follower thanks for stopping by mine.

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  23. Thank you for the wonderful compliment about my blog. I love your blog! Following you back!

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  24. Looks delicious!!! I usually just use a packet of Au Jus on my roasts, but the all of the other ingredients look SO GOOD! I love trying new recipes - I'm following you back :)

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  25. This looks delicious. Your blog makes me hungry. Thanks for following my blog. I'm following back. Have a great day :)

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  26. Sounds deelish! I never use my crock pot, but I plan to now...once I find it. Thanks for stopping by my blog, following you back!

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  27. Wow this looks delish!! I am so going to try it, I'm always looking for new things to try and have been staying away from meat for awhile now but this just looks to good to pass up! mmmmmm
    TFS and TFStoppin by my blog :)

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  28. My family would be so happy if I tried a new way to make a roast...thanks. Thanks for coming by 504 Main...LOVE your blog!

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  29. Thanks for following everyone! @cut and dry, your comments were turned off, but your vacation looks amazing. I just wanted to let you know that I'm following your blog back! Thanks again everyone! I'm testing out a new recipe tonight to see if it works, so check back tomorrow because if it's a success it will be on the nummy little blog!

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  30. Hi, Back again! I made this today -my family loves it, they think I am awesome. :) I plugged the Crockpot in outside, though, as it is a hot day. I set it on a table on the back deck, in the shade. No time to heat up the kitchen making potatoes, so I sliced a baguette to make quick garlic bread. (Broiler was on & off in a flash!) Thanks for the idea! (Oh, my only change was an organic mushroom soup.)

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  31. We had salad too. Didn't want you to worry that we didn't have our greens!

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  32. Shelly I love it! What a great idea on cooking it outside! What is the brand of the organic soup that you used? I'm also glad you let me know you got your greens, I was quite stressed about it! ;)

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  33. So if I'm making it for two how much meat should i buy?

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  34. I normally buy a 4 to 6 lb. Roast for my husband and me. But I like leftovers.

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