recipe: slow-cooker BBQ beef sandwiches

We’re headed into a very specific phase of cooking right now: Comfort Food Season plus I’m Too Lazy And Tired And Sick Of Winter To Make Anything Fancy. It’s the time of year when I become very good friends with my slow-cooker because having dinner essentially “done” by 9am? BEST FEELING EVER.

This recipe is simple and delicious and leaves a lot of room for customization. I keep it basic and use a brand of BBQ sauce we love, but you can use your own favorite sauce from a bottle, a homemade BBQ sauce, or even another kind of sauce (Hot pepper sauce? throw in some spices to give it a Mexican flavor? Whatever! You can’t really mess it up!) The point is: meat in the pot, add sauce, slap it on a bun. DINNER IS DONE.

(I’ve also made huge batches of this for parties and it is always a hit. Serve the sandwiches with a pan of homemade mac and cheese? EASY PARTY DINNER!)

recipe: slow-cooker BBQ beef sandwiches

recipe: slow-cooker BBQ beef sandwiches
after 6-8 hours of cooking and not even touching it.

recipe: slow-cooker BBQ beef sandwiches

recipe: slow-cooker BBQ beef sandwiches

recipe: slow-cooker BBQ beef sandwiches
Totally NOT sponsored, we just really like this stuff.

recipe: slow-cooker BBQ beef sandwiches
photographs terribly, but it tastes and smells amazing

recipe: slow-cooker BBQ beef sandwiches

 

Slow-cooker BBQ beef sandwiches
simple chuck roast, slow-cooked in a crockpot, great for parties!
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Ingredients
  1. 2-3 lbs beef chuck roast, fat removed
  2. seasonings (onion salt, pepper, garlic powder, etc)
  3. 1 bottle BBQ sauce
  4. Buns, other toppings
Instructions
  1. Place meat in a slow cooker. Add onion salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Cook on high for 4 or 5 hours, then on low for 2 hours. Transfer meat to a large plate or cookie sheet and shred with a fork and knife, removing any excess fat. Drain most of the liquid from the slow-cooker, add the meat back in and add BBQ sauce. Cook for another 30 minutes or so on low. Serve on rolls or buns with cheese and other toppings, if desired.
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4 Comments

  1. Lacey

    January 6, 2014 12:24 pm

    Pinned. That’s the easy kind of meal that I like!

  2. Dave (Scrumpy Daddy)

    January 6, 2014 12:53 pm

    Yes! Need to add beef to the next shopping list…

  3. Melissa

    January 6, 2014 4:31 pm

    I remember that you made these sandwiches the first time we came over to meet you guys (in 2009, I think? Or 2008?? either way: MANY ADDITIONAL BABIES AGO, lol) and I asked for the recipe afterward b/c it’s SO awesome. And it’s so easy! We still make it a lot… so thank you! :)

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