A pot roast is always a family favorite, and it's the perfect cool weather meal. Here are my favorite pot roast recipes along with some of the most popular on this site.
Apple juice, vinegar, allspice, and brown sugar flavor this tangy, lightly spiced pot roast. This pot roast is easy to prepare and tastes great with hot cooked noodles or rice. Shredded leftover pot roast makes delicious sandwiches later in the week.
This easy pot roast with barbecued pinto beans is a snap to prepare, and it's super easy on the budget. Serve this delicious pot roast with hot baked cornbread and fresh vegetables or a salad for a perfect family meal.
Serve this delicious pot roast with mashed potatoes or rice and your favorite vegetables or a tossed green salad.
French onion soup and tomatoes add flavor to this delicious pot roast. Serve this pot roast with potatoes and a tossed salad for a hearty weekday meal.
his easy braised oven pot roast is flavored with red wine, garlic, and thyme. This all-in-one meal makes a great family dinner for any night of the week.
Serve this flavorful pot roast with potatoes and a tossed salad for a delicious family dinner.
Bacon, beer, mushrooms, and a spicy grill seasoning blend help to give this delicious pot roast extra flavor.
A delicious seasoned pot roast is slow cooked until tender, then baked beans are added to the pot. A flavorful combination of beef and beans, this is a great budget meal the family will love.
This is an old-fashioned beef pot roast with vegetables and gravy. Feel free to add other vegetables to this pot roast, such as small white onions, parsnips, or sweet potato chunks.
This pot roast takes all day to cook, but only 3 or 4 minutes to prepare. Condensed French onion soup makes this pot roast quick to fix and the crockpot makes it a breeze to cook.
This beef is slowly braised with mushrooms and red wine, along with other vegetables, for a tender and delicious pot roast special enough for a Sunday dinner.
This is a tender slow cooker pot roast with a flavorful homemade gravy. If you don't care for rutabaga, use turnips or more potatoes and carrots. I used a boneless beef chuck roast, but any boneless pot roast cut will work.