Low Carb Beef Pot Roast made with a jar of SALSA!
If you appreciate easy dinner recipes as much as I do, you’re going to absolutely love this amazing beef pot roast. Simply throw a chuck roast into your crockpot with your favorite jar of salsa and you’ve got the best lazy day meal.
IngredientsThere’s not really a recipe here! Just add a 3-4 pound beef chuck roast and a jar of salsa to your shopping list. I told you this was going to be easy.
Helpful TipYou can additionally season the meat with a little salt, pepper or garlic powder. You could even throw in a jar of diced green chiles for added spice! The ultimate flavor will greatly depend on the salsa you choose. We used the Pace Restaurant Style Salsa and it turned out amazing.
Side IdeasServe this flavorful and juicy beef over mashed potatoes, white or brown rice, cauliflower rice, mashed cauliflower, pasta noodles, or with a side of salad or veggies. It’s naturally low carb, but versatile for the entire family.
Just dump the salsa over your roast, cover with the lid, and cook on LOW for 4-8 hours depending on the ACTUAL temperature of your slow cooker. Mine cooks really fast on low! A 3 pound roast only takes about 4 hours in mine, but I think 6-8 hours is more typical.
If the beef is done, it will shred very easily. We just pull the roast out onto a large cutting board and use a couple of forks to tear it apart, and then place it back in the crockpot with all of the delicious juices.
This pot roast is not only incredibly easy to make, it's insanely delicious! Just dump a beef chuck roast into your crockpot with your favorite jar of salsa, and you've got the best family dinner recipe for busy weeknight meals.
- 1 3-4 pound beef chuck roast
- 1 (16oz) jar of salsa
- salt & pepper to taste (optional)
Place the beef roast into your slow cooker and pour the jar of salsa over top. You can also sprinkle in a little salt, pepper, or garlic powder if you'd like.
Place the lid on and cook on LOW for 4-8 hours. My CrockPot cooks extremely fast, so it only takes about 4 hours in mine, but 6-8 hours is more typical.
When the roast is done it will shred very easily with a few forks. It may be easier to pull the roast out and shred it on a cutting board while removing any unwanted fat, and then place it back in your slow cooker and mix with the juices.
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