This Keto Mississippi Pot Roast is a family friendly low carb dinner that is super easy to make and so delicious that you’ll want to keep it on repeat! If you use my dairy free ranch seasoning it is Whole30 and Squeaky Clean Keto compliant too!
Welcome to the IBIH kitchen, where we’re diving into the delectable world of Mississippi Pot Roast. This flavorful dish has gained immense popularity, and for good reason! Already pretty low carb, I was able to further reduce the starch and sugars to produce this keto Mississippi Pot Roast recipe that is, in my opinion, even better than the original!
Table of Contents
- Interesting Facts about Mississippi Pot Roast
- Health Benefits of Beef
- How to Make it
- What to Serve it With
- Storage and Reheating
Thanks to its high protein content, this tasty beef pot roast keeps you feeling satisfied and helps preserve lean muscle mass. And because it’s naturally low in carbs, this Keto Mississippi Pot Roast recipe takes up only a small part of your carb budget for the day.
Another reason to love this Mississippi pot roast recipe is because it is a crowd-pleaser, adored by both kids and adults alike. No more cooking separate meals for you and any non-keto guests and family members!
Finally, this keto Mississippi pot roast is a one-pot wonder, making meal preparation and cleanup a breeze. I don’t know about you, but that alone puts it at the top of my list to keep in the rotation.
Interesting Facts about Mississippi Pot Roast
1. Originating in the Magnolia State, Mississippi pot roast is a fusion of flavors that combines tender beef, tangy pepperoncini, savory beef broth, and the beloved Ranch seasoning.
2. The recipe gained widespread attention when it was shared by a Mississippi woman in a church cookbook, quickly becoming a viral sensation.
3. The beauty of the Mississippi Pot Roast lies in its simplicity – just a few ingredients simmered together to create a melt-in-your-mouth delight.
Health Benefits of Beef
While beef, and red meat in general, often gets a bad rap in many so called “healthy” circles, it’s actually quite nutrient dense and very good for you.
- Rich in high-quality protein, beef helps build and repair tissues, supporting muscle growth and maintenance.
- It’s an excellent source of essential vitamins and minerals, including iron, zinc, and vitamin B12, which are vital for energy production and overall well-being.
- Beef is packed with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and contains conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), known for its potential anti-inflammatory properties. Grass fed beef is said to have this in higher concentrations – but all beef is a good source.
How to Make it
You can make this keto Mississippi Pot Roast using several methods. I prefer using a Dutch Oven if I’ve got all afternoon or an Instant Pot if I’m pressed for time, but some people like using a crock pot.
My problem with the crock pot is that you are basically just boiling the meat, and you are missing out on the extra flavor that you get from searing it on the stovetop or in the Instant Pot using the sear feature. But I’ll put the cooking times and instructions for all of the options mentioned here in the recipe card below.
This low carb Mississippi Pot Roast is an easy recipe with only a few steps needed to execute it perfectly every time.
First you’re going to season and sear the beef chuck roast in butter, over medium high heat to get that nice caramelization on it.
Then you’re going to add the rest of your ingredients into the pot and cook it for another few minutes uncovered.
Finally you’re going to cover it and braise it (in the oven, crockpot, or on the stove) or pressure cook it (in the Instant Pot or Pressure Cooker) until tender and falling apart.
Once it’s fork tender, you simply shred the meat and serve with your favorite keto side dishes! Bon Appetit!
Storage and Reheating
To make the most of your low carb Mississippi Pot Roast leftovers, follow these simple steps:
- Allow the pot roast to cool before transferring it to an airtight container.
- Refrigerate for up to 3-4 days or freeze for longer storage.
- Reheat gently on the stovetop or in the oven to maintain the flavor and tenderness of the meat.