Easy family dinner ideas get even better when you add crockpot recipes like this Easy Mississippi Roast to the menu. Just toss & go for an AMAZING meal that the whole family will love. Serve over rice, mashed potatoes or even in tacos. It’s a DELICIOUS dinner you will make again & again.
Easy Mississippi Roast
I have an obsession with pulled meat. Pork, chicken or beef – it doesn’t matter how it’s prepared or what type of recipe it is, if it’s pulled or shredded – I’m all over it. I literally can’t get enough.
I am constantly trying new & creative ways to take my favorite recipes & twist them into something different so the kids don’t get bored of having pulled meat every night.
I wish I knew what it was that makes me crave it like I do, but I just love it. I mean, I could be completely stuffed from a meal, it could be 4am – it doesn’t matter- if I see it I will immediately want to have some.
This has been so bad before that I have immediately started preparing a dish no matter the time of day. When it crave it – there’s no stopping me.
Since it seems like I’m making these dishes all the time I figured I should start sharing more of them here with you. Of course one of my all-time favorites is Mississippi Roast.
I mean, flavor packed pulled beef sprinkled with pepperoncini. Yeah- the whole family goes nuts for this one.
Slow Cooker Roast
It takes just a handful of ingredients to make, which is great because who wants a whole lot of prep time?! For me, crock pot recipes should be simple, simple, simple.
If it takes too long to prepare- I figure I may as well just make something on the stove top. To me crock pot means effortless & so the recipes I tend to make the most are the ones that are toss & go- just like this one.
Just toss & go for an AMAZING meal that the whole family will love. Serve over rice, mashed potatoes or even in tacos. It’s a DELICIOUS dinner you will make again & again.” width=”645″ height=”900″>
Now some people like to use the whole packet of the au jus. I feel it’s a little too heavy on the salt/sodium content – so I just use half the packet & save the rest for the next time I make this recipe. It works out great.
Easy Mississippi Roast
- 1 3-4 lb chuck roast
- 1 1oz dry ranch seasoning mix packet
- 1/2 of a 1oz Au Jus gravy mix packet
- 1 tbsp garlic powder not garlic salt
- 1 stick 1/2 cup unsalted butter
- 1/3 cup water
- 1/3 cup sliced pepperoncini
- Place water in the bottom of your slow cooker
- Add in roast
- Top with dry ranch seasoning, dry au jus powder & garlic powder
- Place butter stick on top of seasonings
- Sprinkle in your pepperoncini
- Cover & let cook on low 8-10 hours or on high 5-7 hours
- Meat is done when it pulls apart easily
- Serve over rice, mashed potatoes or in tacos
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If you love a flavor packed roast recipe- this will be your new favorite. A must make in my book!
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Wow, that looks like good old style home cooking!
I have made the Mississippi Roast and it is fabulous! Thanks for sharing with the Thursday Blog Hop! I pinned your Chicken and Dumplings!
Gina, this recipe is delicious and so easy to make! Thanks for sharing! Of course I had to add extra pepperincini just because I love it! 🙂