This easy, delicious Crockpot Montreal Roast recipe is a great dinner idea! It is so simple, you can just dump the three simple ingredients in the slow cooker and let it go all day. The recipe says to let it cook on low for 8 up to 10 hours, but you can easily let it go for 10 hours.
The beef roast is most tender the longer it cooks. I personally love when it starts to shred and fall apart the moment I touch it and try to remove from the slow cooker. Best part of all with this recipe is it's low carb. So if you are following the Keto Diet or a Low Carb Diet you will love this easy recipe. The roast can be adapted into several leftover recipes or it makes a great lunch the next day! One of my favorite recipes to use the left over beef roast in is Crockpot Homemade Vegetable Soup.
The three simple ingredients that you need for this recipe is a beef roast, McCormick Montreal Steaks Seasoning and butter slices. Believe me these three common ingredients create a very flavorful and tasty roast.
I love to serve either Loaded Baked Sweet Potatoes or fried potatoes, sweet cream corn and a fresh salad or rolls with the Crockpot Montreal Roast. For someone on the Keto Diet you can serve some Roasted Broccoli and a fresh salad.
- 3-5 lb beef roast
- 2 Tbsp McCormick Montreal Steak Seasoning
- 4 Tbsp butter cut into slices
- Place roast in bottom of the slow cooker.
- Then sprinkle seasonings on top.
- Next place slices of butter on top.
- Place lid on top and cook on low for 8-10 hours.
- Remove and serve.
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