Sunday, March 11, 2012

Slow Cooker BBQ Beef Sandwiches




Is there anything better than barbecue? Where I'm from, no...not much. This is one of our favorites at our house, and each time I make it, we sit over the bowl and eat the meat by the fork full. Imagine neanderthals. Cute, huh? 

This recipe takes the leg work of sitting by the smoker all day (unless you're into that kind of thing), and transfers this dish to my all time favorite--the crock pot. I don't know about you, but I hug my crock pot on a weekly basis. We're tight. 

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Simple dry rub.

Mustard coated roast. (Trust me on this one. It WILL NOT taste like mustard.)

Mustard coated roast + dry rub.

Delicious. 
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46 comments:

Lisa said...

But...I don't like mustard. (This is not surprising, is it?) Will it taste like mustard?

Allison said...

Not at all! I'm weird about mustard too...but I promise it doesn't taste like it one bit!

Amanda said...

This looks delicious!! Thanks for the recipe :) I'm your newest follower :)

Allison said...

Thanks, Amanda! I'm so glad you found me!

Anna said...

Mmmmm! Those look delicious!
-Anna
asweetsouthernmess.blogspot.com

Mindie Hilton said...

Sounds like dinner :)

Roxie700 said...

I am going to give this a try. Living here in Texas BBQ is king. Everyone has their own special recipe. My own dear husband is one of those people who does like to sit out with a smoker all night and cook something 'low and slow' as the saying goes. Personally I do not like a heavy smoked meat. So we agree to disagree. I am going to try this recipe really soon. Thank you so much for posting this.

Allison said...

Thanks! Let me know how you both like it!

Erika @ My Road to Savings said...

This has me intrigued. I am not a huge mustard fan, but I really want to give this try. I think it will give it a nice tang. I am pinning this one to make soon! Thanks for sharing :)

chantilly said...

i've been wanting to make pulled pork in my crock pot for the longest time. thanks for this... handy guide :)

Kristin said...

mmm this looks so yummy!! love your blog! xo

Lindsay@talesfromacottage said...

Looks delicious! I'm always looking for a great new slow cooker recipe!

Princess Kate said...

Can't wait to try this. Sounds yummy. Thanks for sharing.

Repeat Crafter Me said...

I just made Crock Pot BBQ Sandwiches last week and have the recipe/post waiting in the queue. Great minds think alike! Although your recipe looks much better than mine :o) Happy to be your newest follower! -Sarah @ Repeat Crafter Me

Addicted to Recipes said...

Looks so good! And I know my hubby would love this! Would love for you to share at http://iamaddictedtorecipes.blogspot.com/p/link-party.html
Have a great day!

Allison said...

I promise you can't taste the mustard. Really, I think it helps keep it moist?

Allison said...

Thank you!!

Allison said...

Thanks, Kristin. So glad you found me. :)

Allison said...

So happy you found me, Sarah! And yes, great minds DO think alike.

Allison said...

Thank you! Headed your way!

Heather Perkins said...

These sound great! Thanks for sharing at So Very Creative, I featured them today!
http://soverycreative.blogspot.com/2012/03/slow-cooker-bbq-beef-sandwiches.html

Our Delightful Home said...

This is the perfect summer time treat.

Mrs. Delightful
www.ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com

Digital Scrapbooking Made Easy said...

YUM! I'd love to have you share this at my party at http://scrapbookingez.blogspot.com/2012/03/anything-goes-linky-party_15.html. Thanks for the post!

cooking lady said...

Hi Allison, this looks and sounds really fantastic. Seems to be quite easy too. Thanks cause I'll be using it in the summer.

Allison said...

Thank you so much, Heather. You are great!

Allison said...

I agree! I'm all about a recipe that doesn't heat up the house!!

Allison said...

Thank you for the invite!

Allison said...

Thank you! It is very easy! I hope you enjoy!

Addicted to Recipes said...

Thanks for sharing at Scrumptious Sunday Can't wait to see what you share next!

PERMANENT POSIES said...

Well, that looks delicious. I love your blog and I am so glad you linked up with me. It is my first time to see it. I am now a follower.

Addicted to Recipes said...

Good morning! Wanted to let you know that I'm featuring your recipe this week as one of my Scrumptious Sunday #2 picks! You've been featured on my blog and Facebook page. Thanks again for sharing!

http://iamaddictedtorecipes.blogspot.ca/

Miz Helen said...

Hi Allison,
This is a great recipe that we would just love. In the slow cooker and a great meal at the end of the day. Hope you are having a great week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Miz Helen

Kayla's Creations said...

This looks delicious! would love to have you link up to Sunday Round up! http://www.kaylascreationsblog.com/2012/03/sunday-round-up-1.html

Allison said...

Thanks, Anna!

Allison said...

YUM!!!

Allison said...

Thanks for hosting!

Allison said...

Thank you so much for the follow AND for hosting!

Allison said...

Thank you so much!!!

Allison said...

And thank you for hosting! You are one the most encouraging bloggers I have met!

Allison said...

Thank you! Headed your way!

Gluten Free and Loving It said...

Oh my! That looks so good!

Amy said...

Thanks so much for sharing this at Shine on Fridays! My hubby would love this recipe.

Kassi @ Truly Lovely said...

Yep, there's not many things better than a good BBQ! I've never tried the mustard coat... interesting. Thanks (AGAIN) ;) for sharing on Fancy This Fridays Allison!

Trish - Mom On Timeout said...

Looks delicious! I hug my crock pot too :) Thanks so much for sharing at Mom On Timeout!

Stacy said...

Do you use all of the dry rub? Kind of seems like a lot...I have a 4 lb. roast. Thanks so much, can't wait to try it when it's done this evening!

Allison said...

It does seem like a lot, and I think that almost every time I make it! You don't have to use it all. If you think its too much, you can flip your roast over into the water. Some of the rub should come off. I'm looking forward to hearing how you like it!

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