Roast Beef & Gravy

This is the easiest roast beef recipe you will ever make! It does not sacrifice on flavour and it turns out terrific every time. Roast beef doesn’t have to be difficult with this recipe. You could make it any day of the week!

Time: 15 min + 8 hours cooking

Servings: 10

Calories/Serving: 267

Ingredients:

  • 1 (3 lb) boneless beef chuck roast (I have used blade and inside round cuts)
  • 2 cans (284 ml each) condensed cream of mushroom soup, undiluted
  • 1/3 cup beef broth
  • 1 envelope onion soup mix

Link to recipe directions can be found here: https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/roast-beef-and-gravy/

Equipment Required:

  • Slow cooker
  • Can opener
  • Bowl
  • Mixing spoon
  • Knife

Recipe Review:

LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY – EASY

  • Steps: 2
    • Rating: Easy
  • Involvement
    • 15 minutes of prep
    • Rating: Easy
  • Ingredients & availability
    • 4 ingredients
    • All ingredients are normal and you can easily find at your local grocery store
    • Rating: Easy

About Me

Hi there! I’m Emmalyne! I’m an accountant (CPA) at my local university and married to a CrossFit obsessed millwright. My passion is cooking and baking! I love trying new recipes, actually, I live for it! I get so much excitement from the anticipation of discovering a recipe that is going to be so delicious! I also love watching people give a sigh of enjoyment when they have tasted something truly amazing. I was thrown into cooking when my parents separated at the beginning of high school. What was born out of necessity has now grown into a love and passion.

I decided to start blogging because I love to cook and wanted a creative outlet to share the recipes and pics of the recipes I try. Hopefully it will inspire other people to try it themselves. Right now my favorite website to get recipes from is Taste of Home and the cookbooks I am working my way through are Half Baked Harvest and Yum & Yummer (you can find them here: http://yumyummer.com/ https://www.halfbakedharvest.com/) I decided my blog would be more like a review of the recipes I try including tips for improvement if I see any. Each post will be rated on level of difficulty based on the following criteria:

  • The number of steps
  • How involved the cooking preparation is/how much time it took to prepare it
  • The number of ingredients and how easy they are to obtain

I will also include the following with each recipe review:

  • Time it took to make including baking/cooking time
  • Equipment and ingredients required
  • (Sometimes) a Wine Pairing because I love pairing wine with food 🙂
  • Total calories/serving (I was raised to use calories as a measurement of health when eating food. I believe life is all about balance. Sure salads are good for you but I don’t want to take the enjoyment out of eating and like to save room for that bowl of ice cream 😉 )

Thank you for joining me on this new journey! I hope you enjoy reading the recipes and reviews. Happy eating 🙂