Slow Cooker BBQ Beef

Slow Cooker BBQ Beef created by CookingONTheSide

Slow Cooker BBQ Beef Recipe from Festival Foods, a grocery store in Green Bay. This recipe was featured on the local morning news. I have made this a few times and it is very good. Not too sugary like most bbq in this area. I often don't even add the ketchup, but that is our family's preference.

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11hrs 5mins
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  • Season roast with garlic salt and pepper and place in slow cooker. Add all remaining ingredients but the BBQ sauce.
  • Cover and cook on LOW for 9 to 11 hours, until beef is very tender.
  • Shred meat with a fork after cooking and retain 1 cup of the juice from cooking.
  • Add bottle of BBQ sauce.
  • Cover and cook on high for another 45-60 minutes.
  • Serve over split buns with a pasta salad.
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"Slow Cooker BBQ Beef Recipe from Festival Foods, a grocery store in Green Bay. This recipe was featured on the local morning news. I have made this a few times and it is very good. Not too sugary like most bbq in this area. I often don't even add the ketchup, but that is our family's preference."

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  1. jupitersblue
    Pretty tasty! I only had a 2.5lb rump roast and wasn't sure how long to cook it. I did some research on line and did for 8 hrs, than the last hour on high. Too long! Will do an hour less next time. Dried it out a bit. I left out the ketchup (thought would be tomatoey enough with just the tomato sauce) and halved the brown sugar. Used real garlic, pepper and salt. I used Kingsford Hickory BBQ sauce, no HFCS and all natural ingredients(first time, was very yummy!). I did use full amount of tomato sauce, onion, Dijon, Worcestershire, 1 cup beef (leftover) and one cup chicken broth, then just 9 oz of BBQ sauce. We thought this was pretty good and can't wait to see how the leftovers are!
  2. LillyZackMom
    I made this for my husband's birthday and EVERYONE gave it 5 stars! I didn't have garlic salt so I used 1t garlic powder and 1t salt. For the BBQ sauce I used Bull's Eye Sweet & Tangy (no HFCS!!). I mixed all the ingredients the night before & put in a Tupperware in the fridge and then combined everything in the crockpot in the morning. Served with Kaiser rolls and Brussels Sprouts with Pecans and Cranberries (Food Network recipe) which according to my husband went PERFECTLY on the sandwich. We'll definitely be having this again. Thanks for sharing!
  3. Island Girl 525
    This was delicious!! My boyfriend said he wants it often. I didn't have tomato sauce so I used paste + water. I bought the only BBQ sauce I saw without high fructose corn syrup, which was BullsEye and it was really good- more smoky and less sweet. I didn't have time to cook 12 hours, so I did the first two on high and 6 more on low. The meat was soo tender. I am printing this out and will be making this again and again. Thanks!
  4. HannahBanana32
    This was really good. My husband and I both enjoyed it.
  5. kitty.rock
    We really enjoyed this, and DH was especially pleased that it held together so well ~ this is his new favorite bbq sandwich...I loved the fact I could put it in the crock and forget about it :) Since we don't eat pork, I've been looking for a beef bbq recipe and this one will go in the keeper cookbook. Thanks Jess, made for PRMR, March 2009.
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