You can never have enough crock pot recipes and this one was a grand slam. This by far is the best crock pot roast that turned into a hearty beef stew. You can easily prep it all the night before and then toss it in the pot in the morning or make it a weekend project.
Crock Pot 7-Bone Roast
- 7 bone roast
- 24 ounces tomato sauce
- 1/2 cup red wine
- 4 cloves garlic minced
- 1 onion chopped
- 3 carrots peeled and chopped
- 3 stalks celery sliced
- 1 tablespoon oregano
- 1 teaspoon thyme
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 2 teaspoons black pepper
- Line the bottom of your crock pot with your mirepoix (onions, carrots, celery)
- Place your 7 bone roast on top of your vegetables
- In a mixing bowl, mix your tomato sauce, red wine, garlic, and spices in a bowl and mix well
- Pour your sauce over your meat
- Cover your crock pot and cook on low for 10 hours
- Enjoy :)
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Thank you for sharing this recipe. My husband made it for my birthday dinner tonight. We were blown away by the overall flavor of the meat and how tender this cute of meat was. Delicious!
Hi! I am interested in making this recipe. How many lbs of meat? I’m going to ask for the cut but let’s say I just use a short rib bone-in? How many lbs would that be?
WELL I MADE YOUR POT ROAST,I CHANGES IT A ‘TAD THOUGH AND IT WAS SUPERB! THIS IS WHAT I DID: 1 CUP OF RED WINE; 3TBSP OF WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE; MIREPOIX: 2 CUPS ONION 1 EACH OF CARROTS, AND CELERY. 1TBSP OF CHIPOTLE ADOBO SAUCE-FROM THE CAN-AND FROZE THE REST! 3 SPRIGS OF FREST TYME AND ROSEMARY; 3 TBSP OF TOMATO PASTE;1 TBSP OF VEAL DEMI-GLACE-FROM WILLIAM SONOMA. MIXED ALL EXCEPT MIREPOIX, HEATED IT POURED OVER ROAST-AND SLOWED COOKED FOR ABOUT 7 HOURS-JUST GREAT!
Hi ,would potatoes be ok to add to this ? and if so, what type and how many?
About to make this roast. Question: are the herbs as measured dry or fresh. I assume since you did not specify fresh, that they are dry herbs. Is my assumption correct?
I made this today exactly as written. It was moist, delicious and now gone. I served it with white rice (sauce was fantastic on it) and geen beans.My family loved it. Its going in my recipe book.
Thanks for sharing, Betty! We’re so happy it worked out for you and your family. Delicious doesn’t last long, huh? :D
Can I follow this recipe verbatim except in a convection oven (very low temperature) ? my 7 – bone won’t fit in my crock pot or could I cut it to fit and layer it to fit in my crock-pot?
Hi Joan. This is Non from Team Caveman. I think first try cutting/layering. If it’s too snug, a convection oven at low temp might be a good alternative. Let us know how it goes! Thanks!
I layered mine in a 6 quart crock pot. Cooked on high for 5 hours and it came out delicious. Temps vary so some extra time may be required.
Curious if you’re crunched for time could you do this on high for 6 hours? Thanks!!
Low and slow is the best for roasts but you could try it. It just may not be as tender.
if you kick the crock pot to high it should work out.
What kind of red wine do I use ?
Fabulous recipe! I added portabello mushrooms and big handful of collard greens – It was a hit with grown ups and kids alike! Thanks for another great recipe George!!
Glad you got to incorporate more ingredients :) That sounds delicious.
OHHH EMMMM GEEEE, I made this today and it was AMAZING!!! And so easy! I couldn’t find a 7 bone roast so I used a chuck roast. Still excellent! Can’t wait to eat it again for lunch tomorrow. I’ve tried a few of your recipes now and I have to say they are all so yummy and easy to make. I’m not a cross fitter, your IG page was the first paleo page I started following, mostly out of curiosity — now I look forward to all your posts. Can’t wait to pick up your new book! I know it’s going to be awesome. Thank You for all your hard work… Hubby thanks you too, he’s very happy with my new paleo obsession!
Thank you so much :)
What size roast is this recipe tailored to?
Does it matter?
Cooking time will be the same, but around 4 lbs
Jennifer M. Boisjoly
Did anyone sear the meat beforehand or no?
Nope I never do, just in it goes
I do since I’ve always made my pot roasts that way and I like a good ‘crust’ on the meat but you definitely don’t have to.
Just finished eating this meal, using a tradition roast (3#) since I couldn’t find a bone-in one at the local store while traveling. This recipe was AMAZING! Cooked for 10 hours on low, and let it warm for another 2. The meat shredded with east and was so tender and delicious! I cannot wait to make this again for my family, and with a bigger roast if I can find it! Thanks again!
Awesome man, so glad you enjoyed
Your welcome, any roasts do work, you just get a few different flavors with different cuts of meat
Is the 7 pounds or what does 7 mean ?
Its a description of the bone in that particular cut, if you look at it, it looks like a 7
La Cense Beef is another great place to get grass fed beef from. I have a hard time finding it locally so I always order from La Cense Beef.
I did see some of their recipes but their beef is very expensive compared to most local places etc.
I love all the crock pot recipes you add here. Can't wait to try this one. Does this allow me to be entered into the giveaway?