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Grassfed Beef Pot Roast

Grassfed Beef Pot Roast NourishingPassions.com Just one of the many possible examples of throwing meat and vegetables into a slow cooker along with your favorite spices, letting it simmer all day coming home to the smell of pure deliciousness and meat falling off the bone.

I obtained meaty neckbones from Lick Creek Beef for $2.99/pound and picked up some carrots and onions from the farmers market. Sided with some broccoli, green beans or brussels sprouts, this makes an incredibly rich and nutritionally balanced meal. Make a lot for leftovers all week!

 

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Grassfed Beef Pot Roast
 
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Grassfed Beef Pot Roast is a great option for throwing together some meat and veggies into a slow cooker and letting the flavors simmer into a pot of pure deliciousness when you come home!
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Recipe type: Entree
Serves: 8

Ingredients
  • 2 Pounds Grassfed Beef (or other meat on a bone)
  • 2 T Coconut Oil (or olive oil)
  • 2 T Coffee Grounds
  • 1 t Salt
  • ½ t Black Pepper
  • 1 t Cocoa Powder
  • 1 t Cinnamon
  • 1 t Garlic Powder
  • 1 t Onion Powder
  • 3 Heads Garlic, peeled and chopped
  • 4 Onions, sliced
  • 1 Pound Carrots, peeled and sliced
  • 4 cups stock or water (the water will pretty much become a stock)

Instructions
  1. Mix together all spice rub ingredients (coffee grounds through onion powder) and coat the meat well.
  2. Heat coconut oil in pan over medium high heat and sear the meat a few minutes on each side. Place in slow cooker on low.
  3. Meanwhile saute garlic and onion over medium heat with coconut oil still in pan (add more if needed). Add carrots and cook just a few minutes longer.
  4. Add vegetables to the pot along with stock and leave on low for 6-7 hours.
  5. Strip meat from bones and devour!

Notes
This recipe is very versitile depending on what meat and veggies you have on hand and like as well as the spices you prefer. For a hot & smokin’ version try adding some chipolte, cumin, or chili powder. For a more savory version, add some rosemary, oregano, and lemon. Potatoes can be easily added for a less costly filler.

Nutrition Information
Serving size: ⅛ recipe Calories: 285 Fat: 10 Saturated fat: 5.5 Trans fat: 0 Carbohydrates: 10 Sugar: 5 Sodium: 400 Fiber: 3 Protein: 36 Cholesterol: 100

Linked: Wildcrafting Wednesday, Healthy2Day, Whole Foods Wednesday, Wednesday WhatsIts, Wednesday Extravaganza, What’s Cookin Wednesday, Wednesday Fresh Foods, Party Wave Wednesday, Real Food Wednesday, Gluten Free Wednesday, Allergy Free Wednesday, Frugally Sustainable, Mommy Club, Tasty Traditions, Create it Thursday, Winthrop Chonicles, Create it Thursday, Thriving on Thursday, Joyful Homemaking, RecipeSharing Monday, Tried & True, The Gathering Spot, Fat Tuesday, Simple Supper Tuesday, Slightly Indulgent Tuesday, Farming Connection Hop, Antiprocrastination Tuesday, Totally Tasty Tuesday, Tempt My Tummy, Creative Bloggers Party Hop, Living Green Tuesdays,

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15 Thoughts on “Grassfed Beef Pot Roast

  1. This looks great! I love making meals in the crockpot. They always turn out delicious and it couldn’t be any easier!

  2. Now that is my kind of dinner. It looks fantastic!

  3. That is awesome! Love a good pot roast!

  4. Becca on May 20, 2013 at 9:12 pm said:

    I admit I’ve never heard of putting in several of the ingredients you used with meat, but it looks good! Very healthy!

    Thanks for linking-up at A Humble Bumble :)

  5. Looks great! Thanks for sharing on Simple Supper Tuesday.

  6. Yum! I have a grass fed roast pulled out of the freezer to put in the crock pot for dinner…now I’m hungry :)
    Thank you for sharing this on Wildcrafting Wednesday! Hope to see you again today at:

    http://www.theselfsufficienthomeacre.com/2013/05/wildcrafting-wednesday-21.html

  7. This looks yummy! Thanks for sharing on Tried and True recipes! http://rediscovermom.blogspot.com/2013/05/tried-and-true-recipes-13.html

  8. mmmmm there isn’t anything much better than tender oozy meat :) i love that you’ve used grass fed, inexpensive parts for yours. Way to make grass fed meat affordable!!

    Just an FYI m’dear – this post will be featured on the monthly Wednesday Fresh Foods Link Up Round Up this week! If you have a chance, feel free to stop by and check out the other featurettes :) Hope to see you again soon with more seasonal & real food posts! xo, kristy

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