Crock Pot French Dip Sandwhiches

Aug 14, 2012

So, you are going to have to use your imagination for this post.


Well, because I forgot to take pictures. 

Totally and completely forgot.

Planned the meal, specifically for this post because it is crazy easy and it makes your house smell delicious in the process.

And then life got busy that day and I forgot.

Yeah .. um ...

Ok, so life didn't only get busy ... it also got, uh, messy.

You see we are potty training our 2 year old.

You can see how that could be messy, right?

Between the refusing to poop in the potty and the 100 trips running to the potty when she never actually went, well, that day was sort of a bust.
But I was so glad to have this meal already in the crock pot!!  It was a life saver, because there was no way I was going to be able to cook anything that night.  And that is what this week of quick and easy meals is all about! 

So, just use your imagination for me, please?  I promise you will love this meal!


3-4 lb Roast
1 Package Au Jus Mix (usually found in the spice aisle, with the chili packets, etc)
1 Package Italian Dressing Mix (Found in salad dressing aisle - the dry seasoning package)
1 Can beef Broth

Mix the last three ingredients in your crock pot until all lumps are gone.  Add roast.  Cook on low for 10 to 12 hours.  Usually after about 7 or 8 hours, I pull the roast apart and then put it back in to soak up so more juice.

To serve, we make sandwiches on hoagies with lettuce, onion and tomatoes.  The kids just eat the meat, no sandwich, cuz that's how they roll.  I usually cook up some steak fries or serve with chips.  The best part is there are left overs, so this can be two nights worth of meals!!


You'll be happy to know that potty training is going much better! We are 100% accident free, we even conquered the poop!!


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