- Servings Per Recipe: 9
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories: 314.9
- Total Fat: 7.5 g
- Cholesterol: 115.6 mg
- Sodium: 437.6 mg
- Total Carbs: 16.9 g
- Dietary Fiber: 2.8 g
- Protein: 43.4 g
Beef Chuck Pot Roast in a Slow Cooker 6ozs of Meat with Broth & veggiesSubmitted by: LIMASTAR
IntroductionBeef Chuck Pot Roast in a Slow Cooker is easy and dinner is ready when you get home. Beef Chuck Pot Roast in a Slow Cooker is easy and dinner is ready when you get home.
60 oz Beef Chuck Arm Pot Roast
7 oz Onions, cut into large chunks
6 oz Petite Carrots
13 oz Celery, cut into large chunks
1.75 oz Garlic, mashed
1.12 lbs Potatoes
32 oz Beef Broth
32 oz Water
2. Add all the vegetables that have been cut up into similar sizes, except the potatoes to Slow Cooker.
3. Place the browned Pot Roast on top of the vegetables.
4. Place the cut up Potatoes around the Pot Roast
5. Add the Beef Broth & Water
6. Grind/add about 1 Tablespoon (or less) of Black Pepper
7. Program Slower for 10 hours cooking time or if Slow Cooker is not Programmable, place on low cooking.
I spray my pan with Pam to brown my Pot Roast. After it is brown, I place all the veggies except the Potatoes in the Slow Cooker and then the Pot Roast. I then place the Potatoes around the Pot Roast. After adding the Beef Broth and Water, I ground Black Pepper on top of the Pot Roast. I do not add salt because the Beef Broth already has it. After cooking you can add the salt if you want, but I find that it is not needed.
Cooking time may vary depending on how your slow cooker operates and at what time/temperature you chose to cook you Pot Roast.
(about 6 oz of Beef each, plus broth & veggies equally divided into 9 portions)
Number of Servings: 9
Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user LIMASTAR.
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We havent' had Pot Roast in years. I forgot how to make it.
I used half as much garlic. Slow cooked on low the first 3 hours. Stoked it up to high for 3 more hours...Yum...Thickened the gravey. The Canned broth I used had enough seasonings that I didn't have to add anything. - 9/14/11
This looks like my recipe...glad I was able to find the calories already counted :) It's super yummy! For extra flavor I sometimes substitute spicy V8 for the water...it gives it a little kick and adds TONS of flavor. My kids LOVE this! Leftovers make a good base for veggie soup. - 9/18/10