Come Together Roast

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Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 5 hrs
Temp High
Yield Serves 6-8

If you have a slow-cooker, then you have a roast! This tasty roast is a combination of Jenna’s and Nicole’s family favs. Nothing beats a meal in one, and what better way than a traditional roast.

Used 6-quart slow cooker

Ingredients

  • 3 Pounds Beef or Pork Roast (coated* and browned)
  • 3-4 Whole Large Potatoes (cut into chunks)
  • 1 Pound Baby Carrots
  • 2 Cups Celery, diced
  • 1 Can Cream of Mushroom Soup
  • 1/2 Cup Water
  • 1 Package Brown Gravy Mix
  • 1/2 Cup flour
  • 1-2 Tablespoons Garlic seasoning
  • 1-2 Tablespoons Onion Powder
  • salt and pepper to taste

Directions

  1. Step One

    Coat roast in mixture (last four ingredients) and brown on the stovetop. We brown our roast in our All-Clad crock. You CAN'T do this with a ceramic crock so be sure you read your slow cooker instructions before attempting!

  2. Step Two

    Place veggies in the bottom of the slow cooker and place the roast on top.

  3. Step Three

    Mix ½ cup water with ½ of the can of cream of mushroom soup (save the remaining soup for gravy) and pour over the top.

  4. Step Four

    Cover and cook on LOW for 8 hours or on HIGH for 5-6 hours.

  5. Step Five

    When done cooking, remove roast and veggies.

  6. Step Six

    Add ½ can of cream of mushroom soup and the prepared brown gravy to the juices that are left in the bottom of the slow-cooker.

  7. Step Seven

    Stir until smooth and serve the gravy over roast and veggies!

Crockin' Reviews Add Review
  1. Rachel

    Just a thought but if it was tough what cut of meat is it??? I have found that a chuck roast is best. And make sure it is a good one. I have made some that have been tough and have found that to be that case as to why.

  2. kerrie

    When I make this, i cook the whole can of cream of mushroom with the roast, makes a great and tasty gravy

  3. Kandra D.

    For some reason I have always had bad luck with roasts. This looks wonderful and the reviews sold me. I can’t wait to try this one! Thanks for the recipe! I will let you know how it turns out! My husband is pretty picky about his roast being tender and easy to chew so that will be the sign of success. Get back with you soon.

  4. Tiffany

    I will b making this real soon love the reviews and it sounds yummy

  5. Cindy (Sam)

    Cindy (Sam)

    Have this in the Crock Pot right now as I type. Hubby can’t wait for supper!! (me either!)

  6. Angela

    I have made this recipe twice already. The whole family loves this one. My 8 year old just asked me when I was going to make this again.

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  7. Sherry

    Love, love it! It was simple and super hit for our family get together? I didn’t put the potatoes in the bottom, but cooked mashed potatoes and used the gravy from the roast as a gravy for the potatoes…yum!!

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  8. Renita R.

    Perfect for my 11 year old son to learn how to make a crock pot meal. Easy and delicious.

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  9. Renita R.

    My 11 year old son is learning to cook more things. We are using this as his first crock pot recipe. Figured to teach him as much about this so when he finally moves out (OMG!!!!) he will be able to fix dinners while he is going to college. Much better than cafeteria/fast food/ or microwave options!

  10. Crockin Girls

    Crockin Girls

    Oh no, Cory! Roast is one of those things you almost can’t cook too much. It can go 10-12 hours even. Especially if you have the slow cooker that doesn’t cook too hot at all. If it was too tough, it sounds like it just need to cook longer girl.

  11. Cory

    This was totally tough. I used a 2.75lb beef roast and cooked it on low for 8 hours, exactly as the directions stated. I just bought the GE y’all use because my Cuisinart used to overcook everything. Now I’m wondering what the HECK I’m always doing wrong–stuff is always overdone!!! :(

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  12. Audrey

    I added mushroom and a clove of garlic, it was delicious!!! My hubby raved about it, this is definitely going into permanent rotation! So very easy to make too! Can’t wait to make the next recipe! So glad I found this site, I foresee my winter nights are going to be easy and delicious!!!

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  13. Dawn

    Loved it!

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  14. LEE ANNE C.

    I love this recipe. I saw that you maked your on gravy. The way I make my gravy after I brown the meat and put it in the crockpot in a seperate bowl I add two cans of cream of mushroom soup, one packet of lipton onion soup mix and fill two cans of water (use the empty cans of cream of mushroom soup) And pour the gravy mixture over the meat and vegetables and this will make the gravy for you. After taking the meat and veg. I will then pour the gravy into a seperate serving bowl.

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    Crockin Girls

    Good to hear your super picky hubby liked this one! You go girl and Happy Crockin’ :)

  16. Jill W.

    Yum! This was the perfect roast. My super picky husband raved about it! Thanks for making me look good girls!

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