April 4, 2020

Slow Cooked Pot Roast

Posted By: Maggie Stamper April 4, 2020
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I'm trying to stay sane during quarantine.

How are you holding up?

I'm finding more and more recipes to put together. Cheap, efficient, and yet delicious. I'm not going to lie, it's hard. Especially trying to find recipes that kids will like. At this point I've discovered you can make the best meal, but they still want Goldfish for dinner (chips, not the fish).

To all the adults out there who like to have a little beer with their food, what about a beer in your food? Maybe both at this point!

Slow Cooked Pot Roast

1 can Fosters beer

2 or 3 pounds of pot roast

1 can chicken broth

1 can of water, using the chicken broth can

1 cinnamon stick

3 bouillon beef cubes

potatoes halved

3/4 cup of macaroni noodles (not cooked)

In a slow cooker, place the pot roast inside the cooker. Place the setting on low heat. Pour the beer, chicken broth, and water over pot roast. Add beef cubes and cinnamon stick.

Allow the roast to cook overnight on low heat. In the morning, add macaroni noodles and halved potatoes.

Goes well with cornbread. Click here for cornbread recipe.

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Maggie Stamper, Old Time Cast Iron Restoration
Hey, ya'll! I'm Maggie Stamper founder and blogger of Old Time Cast Iron. Thanks for joining me and allowing me to share some of my favorite memories, recipes, and finds with you.

I'm a wife and mother to three children. Born and raised as a farm girl in the small town of Greenbrier, Tennessee, I loved spending time with Mammie (grandmother). That's where my love for cooking started, right at her farm table which launched into cast iron skillet cooking later as a young adult.

Today, I love to blog, restore, cook, and treasure hunt for cast iron skillets. Be sure to check back in often because you'll always find something new to enjoy!

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