Pot Roast Soup Recipe
This easy pot roast soup recipe is ideal after running errands in the cooler weather and being chilled to the bone. It’s a hearty and healthy beef soup recipe that answers the question: what do I do with roast beef leftovers?
Pot Roast Soup
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At least once a week my husband asks me if I can make him a roast beef dinner. It’s one of his favorites and technically a summer easy meal for me to whip up. I don’t give in to his weekly requests, but I do tend to make a roast dinner about once a month during the fall and winter months.
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Can I Freeze Pot Roast Soup
I know this question is coming, so let me jump ahead of the game.
Yes! You can totally freeze pot roast soup to make for simple and easy dinners and lunches for the future.
How to Store Leftover Pot Roast
I recommend using glass storage containers so the tomato-based broth doesn’t leach or stain. I use these glass storage containers and they’re fantastic.
What can I do with leftover pot roast?
I tend to cook large roasts so we can have leftovers. I like to utilize the meat to make a few different meals, whether it’s to freeze or eat later in the week.
Leftover Pot Roast Recipes
Aside from this pot roast soup, here are some leftover roast beef dinner ideas:
- Instant Pot French Dip (you can also toss this in the slow cooker)
- Slow cooker beef stew with red wine
- CrockPot Classic Beef Stew
- Shepherd’s Pie (or technically cottage pie since it doesn’t have lamb).
- Leftover Pot Roast Stew. You can make pot roast stew instead of soup by thicking it up by tossing the meat in flour.
As you can see you can use most cuts of beef. I usually use sirloin (or whatever is the least expensive) but you can also make this soup with leftover chuck roast.
By popular demand, I am now offering the container counts for the Ultimate Portion Fix. I’ll be slowly updating all my recipes so you can use my recipes for Beachbody programs like 21 Day Fix, 80 Day Obsession, Liift4, and more.
Here are the counts for this creamy scallops recipe:
Full recipe: 10 green, 3 red, 4 yellow, 6 tsps.
Per serving: 1 1/4 green, 2/3 red, 1/2 yellow, 3/4 tsp.
To make this work for your containers you can add more potatoes (or less), more beef, etc.
How to Make Pot Roast Soup
I wanted to add a note on the beef broth listed in the recipe.
Depending on what you buy, each variation will taste different.
I personally use Better Than Beef Boullion (it’s a beef base) for this pot roast soup recipe and I more than use the recommended serving. Just taste it and adjust the seasonings to make it work for your family.
This is also super simple to make in the CrockPot, Instant Pot, or Ninja Foodi. (my new favorite appliance). To make this time effective you can totally just throw everything in the appliance (like the slow cooker), turn it on using your appliances instructions, and walk away.
Pot Roast Soup
- 2 tbsps avocado oil
- 2 medium onions diced
- 4 stalks celery diced
- 2 cups sliced carrots
- 2 cups diced green beans
- 2 russet potatoes peeled and diced
- 2 cups leftover pot roast diced/shredded
- 2 large garlic cloves minced
- 2 springs rosemary
- 2 tsps fresh thyme
- 4 cups beef broth I use water and a heaping spoon of better than beef boullion
- 1 6oz can tomato paste
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
- Over medium heat add oil to a large pot. Add the onions, celery, and carrots. Saute for 3-5 minutes or until soft.
- Add the green beans, potatoes, garlic and stir it for another 3 minutes.
- Add the rest of the ingredients, bring to a boil. Cover and simmer for 40 minutes.
Container CountFull recipe: 10 green, 3 red, 4 yellow, 6 tsps. Per serving: 1 1/4 green, 2/3 red, 1/2 yellow, 3/4 tsp. To make this work for your containers you can add more potatoes (or less), more beef, etc.
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This is a favorite meal here! Wished I had a huge bowl of this right now. Looks delicious
Thank you Don.