Crockpot A1 Pot Roast in the Express Crock

Crockpot A1 Pot Roast

This is one of the most simple creations I have ever made! With only having three ingredients, this simple and delicious Crockpot A1 Pot Roast in the Express Crock will become a new weeknight favorite!

Yes, I said only three ingredients, but when slow cooking it’s only TWO! Yep, you read that right…only TWO! Meat and A1 Steak Sauce is all that’s needed to throw in the crockpot and cook this A1 Pot Roast. Fred loves A1 and one day he said he was craving it, so I decided to experiment and he loved it!

If you want to add a half stick of butter cut into pats you can, but this household doesn’t need any more calories! It does enhance the flavor though (because butter!), so if you can afford it go for it! I live by the 80/20 rule, so if this is for company or a special occasion I will always use the butter!

If you do have a Crock-Pot Express Multi-Cooker and want to cook it on pressure mode instead of slow cook, that third ingredient is water. You always have to have at least a cup of liquid when cooking on pressure mode. Whether you choose to cook this A1 Pot Roast in the Express Crock or regular slow cooker it is incredibly easy either way!

How to Cook Crockpot A1 Pot Roast:

Make sure to check out my other pot roasts that are just as easy and delicious, including Mississippi Pot Roast, Vegan Pot Roast, and the best traditional Pot Roast! You will see I have no problem adding the butter to that Mississippi Pot Roast, because that mixed with the pepperoncinis is perfection!

I have a few more recipes that I have been working on that are just as simple with few ingredients that are just as great! Can’t wait to share them with you in the coming weeks. Until then, enjoy this Crockpot A1 Pot Roast!

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Crockpot A1 Pot Roast


  • 1 3-5 lb. beef chuck roast
  • 1 bottle A1 Steak Sauce
  • 1/2 stick butter, cut into pats optional


  1. Slow Cooker:

  2. Place roast in crockpot

  3. Pour A1 sauce on top to cover

  4. Cover and cook on low 8-10 hours or high 6-8 hours

  5. Pressure Cooker:

  6. Add 1 cup of water to bottom of pot

  7. Place roast in water

  8. Add bottle of A1 sauce

  9. Put the lid on lock and place valve to no venting

  10. Press meat/stew button and adjust time to 60 minutes

  11. Do an immediate release, let cool and serve

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