Pot roast is an American staple meal that we’ve all grown to love. I remember my mother making a roast ever Sunday. As we walked into the house after church, you could smell the savory flavors wafting through the front door. It was amazing!
One of the greatest things about making a pot roast is how incredibly easy it is to prepare. All you need is your trusty slow cooker, a beef roast, and your favorite veggies like carrots, potatoes, and onions. Place everything into the cooker and set it to low. Within a few hours, you have a complete dinner ready to eat!
And if, for some strange reason, you should feel like you’re getting a little bored of the dish – just use different kinds of veggies on the side and your meal will have fresh new flavors again. Although, I must say I have never known anyone to grow tired of pot roast! Even my picky eaters devour it so fast that I hardly get a bite of it myself.
Recipe of The Pioneer Woman.
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Quick Tip: You can easily swap out the beef roast for pork if that is what you have on hand.