http://www.thepiggytoes.com/2013/02/13/crockpot-beef-my-own-recipe/

This is what I call a Lazy Mamas Crockpot Dinner!  I came up with this dish one morning with no recipe, I wasn’t inspired by anything in particular; I opened my refrigerator and had carrots, pre-sliced mushrooms and chuck roast.  That was dinner.  You can see how lazy I was because I didn’t even cut the carrots, but with a little shake of this and little shake of that, dinner turned out comforting and delicious!!!  Definitely worthy of a blog post!

The flavor was SO good; it was the first thing hubby said to me after taking his first bite!  My whole family (hubby + 2 toddler boys) ate a full plate and I gave the leftovers to my dad the next day; they all really enjoyed it!

Ingredients

3-4 lbs. Chuck Roast

1 bottle Beer

1 can Beef Broth

1 package onion soup mix

1-2 Tbsp. Garlic powder

1-2 Tbsp. Italian seasoning

Sea Salt & Pepper

1 large package sliced mushrooms

1 package whole carrots

Directions

Place roast in crockpot

Add all other ingredients (lift meat with a fork to let some of the juices run underneath)

Cook on low for 8 hours

Serve over Mashed Potatoes (I boiled peeled russet potatoes, drained the water then added 1/2 stick butter, some 2% milk, fresh chives and s&p) *If you are really feeling lazy, add the potatoes to your crockpot instead of cooking & mashing.*

Garnish the dish with fresh or dried Parsley

Feeling lazy today?  Get this in the crockpot asap!  I know you’ll thank me come 5pm!

Have a beautiful day!

xo

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