2 Reviews

Loved this! I was a little apprehensive of starting with a frozen roast but wanted to try it because sometimes my schedule changes and I don't want to wait to thaw a roast before cooking. This worked really well. I put this into the crock pot around 10pm (and added some celery) and it was ready about lunch time - so it took around 12 -14 hours give-or-take depending upon the size of your roast. The sauce came out nice and thick - I thinned it out a little at the end while the roast was resting. I think that I would double the soups for the sauce if you're planning this for a whole meal for multiple servings. Since I usually cook for one, it worked for me because I morphed the leftover roast into other meals but I don't think that there would have been enough sauce for several servings. Thanks for sharing a nice keeper, LexingtonMom. Made for Bargain Basement Tag.

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lazyme June 19, 2013

I put this on in the morning and started with the frozen roast. I cooked mine on high for six hours and it was perfectly done. I did add carrots and potatoes. We all enjoyed this.

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bmcnichol July 07, 2013
Crock-Pot Sunday Pot Roast