Freezer Beef Pot Roast Freeze, thaw, crock pot, ready to eat!

Freezer Beef Pot Roast is a great addition to the freezer for a ready to cook meal. Just add a vegetable and the meal is complete.

I love to have Freezer Beef Pot Roast in my freezer. It is very simple to put together and makes dinner so easy. It is good to at least partly thaw it but it can go into the crock pot still mostly frozen. Add a salad or vegetable like Twice Baked Cauliflower Casserole or Roasted Parmesan Asparagus to complete the meal. 

See how to easily make your own Onion Soup Mix.

This recipe is adapted from onceamonthmeals.

To print the recipe for Freezer Beef Pot Roast click HERE.

Ingredients:

2 lb beef chuck roast

2 ½ lb potatoes, peeled and cubed

1 medium onion, quartered

1 package onion soup mix or ¼ cup homemade

2 cups hot water

 

Directions for freezing:

Put roast, potatoes and onion in a labeled gallon Ziploc bag.

Combine soup mix and water.

Pour over meat and vegetables.

To prevent the potatoes from turning brown, be sure they are covered with liquid. Add a little more water if needed.

Freeze.

 

Directions for cooking:

Thaw, at least mostly.

Add all contents of the bag to a greased crock pot.

Cover and cook on high for 4-6 hours or low 6-8 hours.

Serve.

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