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Pot roast

Today is whole30 day 14. I had scrambled eggs and bacon for breakfast, a sweet potato topped with grilled onions and chicken for lunch, and a peach and some coconut butter to snack. I have to say I am feeling a lot less hungry in the afternoons, I have been sleeping really good, and feeling great during my workouts. I've also had a 10 lb PR in my snatch at crossfit during the past 14 days. Whole30 seems to be working. Since purchasing a share of our own grass fed cow, I have lots of meat in the frig. So I decided to cook one of our roast in my crockpot. It's so easy to just throw everything in the crockpot at lunch time, turn it on, and you have dinner ready by 6. 1 chuck roast 2 onions 1 bag of baby carrots 2 sweet potatoes, cut into chunks 2 cloves garlic 1 28 oz can of fire roasted tomatoes 16 oz of chicken broth Salt and pepper Garlic powder Olive oil Start by seasoning both sides of the roast and then browning it in olive oil. About 3 minutes on each side. Place roast in crockpot. Now put onion, sweet potatoes, carrots, and garlic on top of roast. Then season again with salt and pepper, garlic powder, and any other seasoning of choice. Next, cover with can of fire roasted tomatoes and enough chicken broth so you begin to see it come up on the sides of the crockpot. Cover and cook for 6-7 hours. 20120814-065821.jpg
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One Response to Pot roast

  1. Yum, that looks so good! Makes my mouth water.

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