Fall. It’s beautiful, it’s anticipated, and it’s BUSY.
That’s exactly why we need recipes like this easy pot roast dinner. Our family and church calendars are always packed from October-December. This year, just for fun, we decided to add another HUGE time commitment and signed Henry up for fall ball. It’s our first experience with Little League, and I feel like our calendar suddenly exploded, along with our wallets. But he’s just so cute!
On game day (which is almost every Tuesday and Thursday for the next 8 weeks) it’s nearly impossible to get dinner done before it’s time to leave. My new Crock-pot (it’s so SHINY!) has been a life-saver for sure. Campbell’s Slow Cooker Sauces make it so easy to create an entire meal with very few ingredients. I think I took maybe five minutes preparing for dinner!
Are you ready for this? It’s easy as 1, 2, 3!
Easy Pot Roast Dinner
- Add meat to the crock. (I used a 3 pound chuck roast)
- Place vegetables around the meal. (Root vegetables work best for slow cooking-I used potatoes and carrots)
- Pour Campbell’s Slow Cooker Sauce over the meat and vegetables. (Tavern Style Pot Roast)
Heat on low for 7-8 hours and you’ve got a complete meal ready to go! I served ours with salad and dinner rolls. I even had time to make Berry Cheesecake Fluff for dessert! (That recipe will be coming up on the blog on Friday, so stay tuned!)
If pot roast isn’t really your thing, never fear! There are six different flavors of Campbell’s Sauces and I can’t wait to try them all: Tavern Style Pot Roast, Apple Bourbon Pulled Pork, Beef Stew, Southern BBQ, Sweet Korean BBQ, Hawaiian Pork. The Hawaiian pork sounds amazing to me! I do a lot of pulled pork recipes for slow cooking, and it’s always a family favorite.
Did you know that Campbell’s Sauces are not only great for every day meals but they are awesome for game day gathering with friends? Meals with Campbell’s Slow Cooker sauces are delicious and so easy to make. Just 5 minutes of prep time is all it takes. Take the Game Day Great, Every Day Easy Challenge and experience it for yourself.