Updated: Oct 5, 2022
How to make the perfect fall-apart-tender chuck roast in the slow cooker. No need for spices, sugar, or starches to make your roast taste amazing. This recipe is carnivore diet, lion diet, and keto diet approved (though it can be enjoyed by anyone).
Chuck roast is one of my favorite cuts of beef—it's affordable, fatty, and so flavorful. Because of all the connective tissue and collagen in a chuck roast, it's best to slow cook it at a lower temperature. This allows time for the connective tissue to break down and become tender.
One of my favorite ways to cook a chuck roast is in the crockpot. It's so quick, easy, and once its in the crockpot, it doesn't require any tending to it. If you throw it in the crockpot in the morning when you wake up, you'll have dinner waiting for you 6-8 hours later! It's as simple as that.
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You are going to love your chuck roast! Let me know how it goes in the comments below.
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