Fall Homecooking Made Easy

Well, today I officially started decorating for Fall (those pictures will come soon..not done yet). However, I did do one of my Fall recipes.  I never make this in the summer...my crockpot roast! It makes the house smell so good.  I almost took out my other crockpot and started making mulled cider!

I was given this recipe by a great friend.  I have done the roast in the bag, the roast in the pan with salt and I have even tried Paula Deen's roast recipe.  BUT NOTHING is as EASY, MOIST or TASTY like this roast. NOTHING!  It is so simple...you will not believe it till you try it.

Get your crockpot out...buy a good roast...put in crockpot.  You buy the Good Seasons Italian season packet..follow the directions and make the dressing and stir well.

Then you take the dressing and pour it over the roast.  

Close the lid...do not lift till after 7 hours (low) of cooking. It will be so moist and yummy you will almost have to pick it up with a spoon!  You CANNOT put anything in with the roast...no potatoes or onions...just the meat! 

Steam some veggies or serve with a garden salad...easy weekday meal! Bon Appetite!


Linda - Behind My Red Door said...

Thanks for stopping by! I am a mom of two - young adults - both with red hair. Your kids are adorable.

Nantucket huh? LOL My folks lived on the Cape for 12 years, and we spent many fun summer days on trhe beach, but I am still a mountain and lakes girl. But if someone gave me a home on Nantucket, I wouldn't say no!

Rue said...

Good morning Sandy Toes :)

Thank you so much for leaving a comment!

I wrote this down immediately and I'm going to make it very soon. It sounds wonderful!


nikkicrumpet said...

I LOVE easy recipes...even I could make that one!!! Now I just have to talk my hubby into eating red meat so that I can try it...I don't think I can eat a whole roast by myselt...well I could...but it would be very baaaad.

Kristen said...

Hi Sandy Toes! Thanks so much for stopping by my place today. I hope you made yourself at home. And thanks, also, for the encouragement. I woke up this morning with a much better outlook. Hubby and I are going on a "date" (order-in pizza and a movie on the couch) to take advantage of this last Friday before he leaves.

By the way, that roast looks amazing. I got a Crockpot for our wedding and I've been dying to try something in it. I just might have to make this the week Hubby gets home! Thanks for the idea!

frillsfluffandtrucks said...

I ought to start making crockpot roasts again. I haven't made one since I was pregnant with my daughter five years ago! It was one of those things that I was craving...so I made it...and then as soon as it was on my plate I thought it was the most disgusting thing ever. I haven't been able to face making one since then! :)

~ Sarah

Buzzings of a Queen Bee! said...

I am so happy to have another crock pot recipe! Can't wait to try this one! And I'm glad you found Old Time Pottery (I am sure I am spelling it wrong!). I'll try to keep thinking of more places! :)

Whitney said...

Yum! Will you show us a picture of what it looks like when it is finished!? I've never heard of doing this and I am very intrigued!!!
I have a pot roast in the fridge right now to make on Sunday and I'm wondering if I should make THIS!

Weeksie50 said...

Yummy. That looks and sounds good!

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

This sounds great! My husband loves anything done in the crockpot....and so do I...super easy!

Thanks for sharing...will be trying this one out!

Looks like the itch to decorate for fall is going around...have fun!


Our Complete Family said...

Oh my goodness~ this is what we're having one evening next weekend when my hubby is home to help eat it! Yummy! Hoping your Friday is off to a grand start and you're all set for a fun weekend ahead! ~ Les

The Beauty Bargainista said...

oh, this sounds really good! I LOVE using my crockpot, it like an extention of my body! hehe

Michelle said...

This sounds so good. I'm like you...I never cook a roast in the summer...as Fall is just around the corner, this one is a keeper!

Kim said...

Thanks so much for this great recipe!! Can't wait to try it. Have a super weekend.

The Berry's Patch said...

Hi Sandy Toes,

I love this recipe and use it a lot. The crock pot is so easy. The only problem I have is smelling the meat cook all day. I start salivating. I guess I'm a true carnivore. :-)

cherry said...

Why o why do I see all these yummy recipes sooo late at night. that looks so good. I love your pillows on your bed. cherry

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