Making Mississippi pot roast has never been easier. A healthy dinner recipe that the whole family will love! My Mississippi pot roast recipe is easy to make in the Crockpot!
What is Mississippi pot roast?
Mississippi pot roast is a very distinctive combination of ingredients that creates an amazing final result. Each one is a little different but it’s essentially a chuck roast that is seasoned with a variety of spices, pepperoncini peppers, and the juices from the cooking process! It’s best made in the Crockpot where it can become infused with all of those amazing flavors!
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Making Mississippi pot roast in the Crockpot:
Place the pot roast in a crockpot and sprinkle on seasoning.
Add the peppers and juice, then the broth.
Secure lid and cook on high 2.5-3 hours (or low 5-6 hours) until the pot roast shreds easily with two forks.
21 Day Fix & Nutrition Info for Mississippi Pot Roast:
Makes about 12 servings, depends on the fat that needs to be trimmed after cooking and how mcuh the roast shrinks during the cooking process.
21 Day Fix Per Serving
1 Red (measure out 3/4 cup with a red container)
1/2 Teaspoon (there are a total of 6 oil teaspoons in this recipe)
2B Mindset: This makes an excellent protein choice. You could potentially have it with any meal just make sure to balance it out with the appropriate amount of veggies and fiber filled carbohydrates!
Printable Mississippi Pot Roast Recipe:
Mississippi Pot Roast Recipe
- 2 Tablespoon olive oil or butter
- 1 3 lb pot roast
- 6 pepperoncini peppers plus 1/4 cup juice
- 3 teaspoons parsley
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon onion powder. optional
- 1 Tablespoon dehydrated onion
- 1 cup beef broth or water as needed
- 1/4 tsp Salt and pepper to taste
- Place the pot roast in a crockpot and sprinkle on seasoning.
- Add the peppers and juice, then the broth.
- Secure lid and cook on high 2.5-3 hours (or low 5-6 hours) until the pot roast shreds easily with two forks.
- 1 Red (measure out 3/4 cup with a red container)
- 1/2 Teaspoon (there are a total of 6 oil teaspoons in this recipe)
*nutrition calculations are approximate