don’t know why this is called Mississippi Roast but if I could, I would totally change the name of this roast to be “the best roast you’ve ever had in your entire life.” Whatever the name, you just need to make this ASAP! Six simple ingredients, zero effort, 100% dinner & leftover satisfaction!
This Mississippi roast is one of our favorite meals to put together during the week when we have run out of ideas and/or just want a bunch of leftovers so we don’t have to worry about the dreaded, “what’s for dinner?” every night.
You literally just throw in a roast in the slow cooker and pour some ingredients on top and literally set it and forget it.
Some days, I’m at work and forget that I actually have a meal waiting for us at home until I walk through the mudroom and the smell hits me.
WHY YOU’LL LOVE THIS MISSISSIPPI ROAST
Foolproof with minimum effort: it doesn’t get any easier than this! Just throw the ingredients into your crockpot in the morning and come home to a delicious meal that’s ready to serve! It’s the perfect weekday or weekend dinner.
Super tender and flavorful: the boneless chuck roast is smothered in a delicious gravy, soaking up all the flavors while becoming fork tender. Comfort food at its best!
Keto: this dish is low carb and you can serve it with cauliflower rice for a keto meal.
Great for leftovers: you can shred the leftover roast and serve as pulled beef sandwiches for an amazing lunch!
WHAT IS MISSISSIPPI POT ROAST?
Mississippi pot roast is a dish using 5 ingredients: chuck roast, au jus gravy mix, ranch seasoning, pepperoncini, and butter.
The reason that it’s called Mississippi pot roast is that the original recipe was created by Robin Chapman from Mississippi. It was inspired by another chuck roast recipe and became a viral sensation on social media.
MISSISSIPPI POT ROAST RECIPE
Mississippi Pot Roast is a fork-tender chuck roast that’s full of flavor! This no-fuss “dump and go” pot roast recipe is made with 5 ingredients in a crockpot with only 10 minutes of prep!
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