Keto Paleo Grain Free Barbecue Beef Crockpot Recipe

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Keto Paleo Grain Free Barbecue Beef

Keto Paleo Grain Free Barbecue Beef

Having a party or large gathering? Doing your weekly meal prep? This pulled beef recipe is easy, delicious, and can feed a crowd!

Since I have stuck to my strict grain-free, soy-free dietary lifestyle, so much has changed for me and my clients in the way of achieving optimal health. You can read my full story here. My company also produces a line of products, geared toward keeping the recipients successful in eating this way (you can check out our line of grain/soy/dairy/refined sugar-free products here.)

One of the most important tips I can offer is to keep things as simple as possible. That means batch cooking, preparing for the week with a meal matrix, and knowing that you are striving for a goal that is unique to you and your health. (For more success tips, schedule a private coaching session with Jen!)

I love this recipe because it can easily support your success whether you are following a gluten-free, Paleo, ketogenic or low-carb lifestyle. It won’t take much time in the kitchen, so you can be freed up to do something else, OR can be the perfect dish for a social gathering when you’ve got to feed the need. I was also shocked that I could do this with a chuck roast, which keeps the cost per serving low!

The serving size depends on what you do with it. My young-adult children enjoyed this with a side of mashed potatoes, asparagus, and green beans. I skipped the potatoes and made cauli-rice instead to keep my carbs lower. If serving on grain-free sandwiches (yes, we offer a delicious grain-free bread), it will serve a lot more people. It could also be used to make stuffed peppers or spicy stuffed mushrooms. The options are endless!

If you enjoy this recipe, please leave a comment below and let us know!

-Jen of The GGF Gourmet

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4 Responses so far.

  1. I’ve always been very partial to beef chuck. Not only economical but makes an incredible sauce when braised. This is something new to do with it. Thank you for the recipe.

    • GGF Gourmet says:

      You’re welcome, Angelica! Let me know if you make it and what you think. I’ve never thought of the braising sauce, except I’ve been using the juice left from this as a spicy beef soup broth. Double duty! 😉 Thanks for the tip and enjoy!

  2. Janis McElhaney says:

    I appreciate this recipe. everything is done before starting the cooking process and when the beef is done, it’s done.

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