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This is a Fantastic Slow Cooker Coffee Pot Roast Recipe


This is a Fantastic Slow Cooker Coffee Pot Roast Recipe

Have you ever used coffee on a pot roast before? If not, you're in for a real treat with this recipe. Coffee is often seen as just a drink or as a flavor for dessert, but it can absolutely be used in dinner recipes with great success. The key is figuring out how much coffee to use, and what other ingredients to include.

We've taken the hard work out of it for you by compiling a list of ingredients for this pot roast that work together wonderfully. We've also figured out just how much coffee should go into this recipe. One cup of strong coffee is sufficient! If you don't normally keep strong coffee around the house, it's worth it for this recipe alone.

Pot roast generally does best in the slow cooker. Leaner cuts of meat can be tough if they aren't cooked correctly. Cooking a tougher cut of meat slowly helps to tenderize it. This recipe doesn't need to cook for as long as some other slow cooker recipes, but it still needs to spend six to eight hours in the slow cooker.

This is definitely one of those recipes that you can pop into the slow cooker before work. Few things beat coming home to dinner already prepared! It allows you to just sit back and enjoy a nice meal with your family. It's also a great aid on busy nights, when you may not have time to cook dinner when you get home.

Slow Cooker Coffee Pot Roast


2 large onions, sliced
3 pound beef roast
1 cup strong coffee
¼ cup soy sauce
1 clove garlic, minced
1 teaspoon dried oregano leaves
2 bay leaves


1. Place half the onions in a greased slow cooker; top with roast and remaining onions.

2. Add remaining ingredients; cover and cook on low 6 to 8 hours.

3. Remove bay leaves and serve beef and onions on bread. Pour broth over top.

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