CROCK POT MISSISSIPPI POT ROAST

This recipe for Crock Pot Mississippi Pot Roast is a classic.

Mississippi Pot Roast - The Southern Lady Cooks

This Crock Pot Mississippi Roast is super easy to make and perfect to enjoy with family and friends. We love this roast served over a baked potato but it would be great over rice, noodles, toast or mashed potatoes! Throw all the ingredients in the crock pot before work and you will have dinner ready when you get home. By using the gluten free Brown Gravy this will be gluten free. We love this roast and make it often.  The fact that it only has five ingredients makes it such a simple recipe to throw together.  If you love this recipe, you will love our Crock Pot Roast Beef!

Crock Pot Mississippi Pot Roast Ingredients:

2.5-3lb Chuck Roast

1 package of Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Mix

1 package of Brown Gravy (gluten free optional)

5-6 Pepperoncini Peppers

1 stick of butter

 

Crock Pot Mississippi Pot Roast Instructions:

Place roast in crock pot and top with ranch and gravy mix. Then place peppers around roast and add butter. Cook on low for 8 hours!

 

 

Crock Pot Mississippi Pot Roast

Judy Yeager
This Crock Pot Mississippi Pot Roast is wonderful for a busy night! Perfect for a gathering too and only a few ingredients.
5 from 3 votes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Course Main Course
Cuisine American, southern
Servings 6 servings

Ingredients
  

  • 2.5-3 lb Chuck Roast
  • 1 package of Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Mix
  • 1 package of Brown Gravy gluten free optional
  • 5-6 Pepperoncini Peppers
  • 1 stick of butter

Instructions
 

  • Place roast in crock pot and top with ranch and gravy mix. Then place peppers around roast and add butter. Cook on low for 8 hours!
Keyword crock pot recipe, Crock Pot Roast, dinner recipe, easy recipe, mississippi pot roast
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10 Comments

  1. Diana Deck says:

    Can u put carrots and potatoes in the same time as the roast or wait to put them in?

    1. The Southern Lady says:

      You can put them in at the same time.

  2. Christine says:

    Question

    Do you add water to this?

    1. The Southern Lady says:

      No, we don’t, if we did it would be a part of the recipe. You are welcome to add water if you like.

  3. Linda C Sardinha says:

    Fantastic, made it tonight for my husband and myself was very good, will make again.5 stars

  4. Terri Martin says:

    Oh my, this roast was absolutely delicious! Hubby took one bite and said “This is a keeper!”. That’s the true test of good food in our home. I did make one substitution. I used a green pepper cut into 6 pieces instead of pepperoncini’s. That’s one pepper I don’t like at all. It was a wonderful recipe!5 stars

  5. Molly Cipriani says:

    I made this during the infamous 2020 quarantine we are experiencing now for just my husband and me. I didn’t have any pepperoncini peppers and wasn’t going to go to the store for 1 item! I used 2 regular green peppers and a couple shakes of crushed red pepper flakes instead. We loved it!5 stars

    1. The Southern Lady says:

      You did great making this recipe work for you! Sounds delicious!

  6. I made the Mississippi pot roast awhile back, and it was good but very salty. I dont think I used the peppers, would that have cut the salt? Any suggestions?

    1. The Southern Lady says:

      I would think the peppers would help and you can also use unsalted butter, look for low sodium gravy mix and add extra water to dilute it.