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Kim a month ago
This is an excellent recipe. It’s also very easy to make. Very tasty.
Renee a month ago
Excellent. It’s my go to for slow cooker pot roast! I add more spice but this is an excellent recipe!
Justin K. 5 months ago
Quick preparation and 9 hours later we had incredibly tender meat. added onions, potatoes and carrots. All of that and some buttered noodles made a great Monday meal.
brenda b 6 months ago
Delicious! Everyone loved the gravy! Used noodles instead of potatoes - made them separately and added gravy to them. I will definitely make this again!!!! :)
Michele 6 months ago
Excellent! so flavorful and delicious..
janet 6 months ago
Easy prep, pretty much Came out really good but I added a lot of spices to all the veggies and before I seared the meat I can see why it would be bland. Also added a splash of beef broth, too!
Angie 7 months ago
Loved it but I used french onion soup mixed with my cream of mushroom instead of the onion soup pkg.
Jenna H. 8 months ago
it was bland, which was disappointing after reading all the wonderful reviews, will try adding more spices next time.
Rae Harvey 9 months ago
Pot Roast, for me, has always been one of those dishes that sounds wonderful in theory, but always seems to be a let down in practice. Until now. Granted, I made a few variations, owing to what I had on hand: - a 1.6lb chuck eye boneless roast - frozen pearl onions - tiny yellow taters - pre-cut jullianed carrots - 1 can cream of shroom and one can golden shroom - a packet of mushroom onion soup mix - and I seasoned the meat with Mrs Dash original before browning. I served it in bread bowls from Panera. This was not only the best pot roast I've ever had in my near-50 years, it was one of the best meals, period. I'll be making this again and again. I actually plan to do a true stew with this recipe next, and will be adding several types of fresh mushrooms when I do. I can't wait!
Kim Austin 9 months ago
It turned out awesome. My family enjoyed it. Sorry forgot to get pictures .😊
Mike 10 months ago
Turned out amazing, I used a stew beef instead and added a bunch of garlic once seared. It was amazing. Very flavourful! Will certainly make this one again!
Gay Shuert 10 months ago
I just bought my first crockpot and decided to use this recipe It’s one that I’ve used for years but I bake it in the oven. I thought it was great. I noticed some reviews said the gravy wasn’t thick so I seasoned it well and covered it lightly with flour before I seared it. The meat was delicious. I didn’t even need a knife to eat it. The gravy was nice and creamy and not runny at all. Will definitely make again
Tony Ferraro a year ago
I cooked a 3&1/2 lb chuck roast on low for 8 hrs and I feel like it came out a little dry. I also felt like the gravy was a little watery. I never seem to have luck cooking with a crock pot, I think it could be that I just don’t like how they cook food.
Rhonda Kramer a year ago
I’ve made this a few times never lets me down love it
Will a year ago
Super easy to make and a classic roast taste.
Zach M. a year ago
Family loved it. Quick and easy meal to throw in the crock pot on a busy Sunday. Ready just in time for dinner.
Jen M. a year ago
So easy to make and the family loved it! Had to add some salt to the potatoes but other than that I made no modifications to the recipe. Making it again this Sunday.
Nakosha Smith a year ago
Wonderful. The family ate it all in one sitting. Next time I’ll try making 2 at a time with more vegetables.
DLo a year ago
Easy recipe. Came out a tad bland for our tastes so next time I think I will season the vegetables as well as a little more seasoning to the meat. Also, our dish didn't come out dry looking like the picture. Once finished, everything in the pot was sitting in A LOT of liquid. Good liquid! So I ended up serving it over some rice.
Lekshay a year ago
Made this today! It's very tasty. Easy and my first crock pot cooking experience. Almost too easy! I will not put carrots in it next time as I don't like them so much and would put more onions and mushrooms in it instead. I used one can of regular cream of mushroom soup with 1/3 can of water. Very tasty!
Jackie a year ago
Really good should have used more seasonings but it was good and tender and had the house smelling so good
Kelly a year ago
It was super tender and delicious I will make it again.
Massa Edith Green a year ago
My family did enjoyed the meal,it was a bit creamier because I increased the quantity of cream ...mMmmmmm..
Martin Gehring a year ago
IT WAS FANTASTIC THE ONLY COMPLAINT I HAVE IS I GOT FULL WAY TO SOON.
Dennishernandez a year ago
super yummy! I used a boneless bottom round roast. I did rub in seasoning salt, garlic powder and pepper and seared the roast on both sides before I put it into the slow cooker. I then added a bit of beef broth to the pan and scraped the bits up and added it to the slow cooker as well. Instead of using cream of mushroom (due to allergies) I used one can cream of chicken and one of cream of celery. Cooked it low and sloooow (10 hours on 175 degrees) and added a bit more beef broth and cooked it for another hour. It was fork tender. Topped it with the gravy created in the crock pot and man, it was scrumptious! I will most definitely be making this again.
Jackie Hipp a year ago
amazing! the boys loved it so much. the meat was so tender
Debbie R. 2 years ago
I made this yesterday for my RV potluck dinner...it was a huge success!
Matt S. 2 years ago
It was great. Moist and delicious.
Banks 2 years ago
Great recipe my roast turned out very tender and the gravy is creamy and savory 😋! I used one can of cream of mushroom and one package of Betty Crocker pot roast seasoning instead of the onion soup.
Carta 2 years ago
I loved it, I used 1 can creme of mushroom and 1 can creme of celery. It came out very good.