Easy Deer Pot Roast

Easy Deer Pot Roast

This easy deer pot roast recipe is the easiest roast you’ll ever make…hence the name. You’ll only need a few ingredients, a crock-pot, and some time.

I love the simplicity of this recipe. Not because I’m lazy, mind you, but because I like things as simple as possible. That’s why I created this recipe.

When I was working 12 hours a day, 7 days a week, this recipe was my favorite. I could cook dinner even though I wasn’t home.

I would get the roast ready at 5 in the morning and put it back in the fridge. Then after my youngest son got out of bed, he’d put it in the pot and turn it on and keep an eye on it for me.

By the time my husband came home from work it was done. All he had to do was add the mushroom soup and fix some instant potatoes.

When I finally came home dinner was already ready and most of the time the dishes were washed, too. All I had to do was eat and prop my aching feet up. Ain’t I a lucky girl to have such a helpful family!

Easy Deer Pot Roast

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 6 hours

Total Time: 6 hours, 5 minutes

Yield: Serves 6

Calories per serving: 326

Fat per serving: 8.6g

Easy Deer Pot Roast

Ingredients

  • 3 lb deer roast--backstrap is great for this, but you can use the large part of a deer ham.
  • 2 10.5 ounce cans of Beefy of Mushroom soup (I use Campbell's brand)
  • 2 Tbsp. of olive oil
  • Dash of salt & black pepper

Instructions

  1. Place a Slow Cooker liner in your crock-pot. Ain't nobody got time to soak and scrub a pot for 20 minutes after dinner! I can think of better things to do.
  2. If you use a deer ham instead of a deer backstrap, it helps to soak the ham the day before in milk or buttermilk. Just rinse it off before putting it in the crock-pot.
  3. Place the deer roast or deer ham in a crock-pot on low heat. Add the olive oil and make sure the entire piece of meat is covered with oil.
  4. Then sprinkle with salt and black pepper and rub it all over.
  5. Let it cook until it's done, which will be about 5 hours. Make sure the internal temperature reaches at least 145° F. For medium done, the temperature should reach 160 ° F and for well done 170° F.
  6. Next, you should have some liquid in your crock-pot from cooking the deer roast. Take a spatula and remove the deer roast from the crock-pot and set it to the side. Pour the liquid from the crock-pot into a bowl.
  7. Now, add the deer roast back to the crock-pot and pour both cans of beefy mushroom soup over the deer roast and let it cook for another hour on low heat.
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This is good with just about anything, but I usually have mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, and rolls. Use the beefy mushroom soup that’s in the deer roast to as a gravy to top your mashed potatoes. Yummy!

Another good idea for the next day is to take the leftovers from the deer pot roast and drain most of the liquids off. Leave it wet but not soaked. Then break the meat up and heat it in the microwave. Place about 1/2 cup on a hamburger bun or a small hoagie bun. It’s so good!!!

The good, the bad and the delicious…

  • Easy Deer Pot Roast is low in saturated fat and cholesterol.
  • It is a little high in sodium, but not horrible.

Easy Deer Pot Roast Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Grade: A-

Yields: 6 Pieces Serving Size: 1 Piece
Calories 326
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 8.6g 11%
Saturated Fat 1.2g 3%
Trans Fat 0.0g
Cholesterol 4.1mg 0%
Sodium 741.6mg 31%
Total Carbohydrates 5.0g 0%
Dietary Fiber 0.0g 0%
Sugars 0.83g
Protein 52.4g
Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Iron 0.02%
Calcium 0%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

If you’d like to make this dish more diet-friendly…

  • Use low sodium beefy mushroom soup and use only one can.
  • Omit the dash of salt, per the ingredients.
    • These two changes will decrease the sodium amount by more than half and bring the nutrition grade up to A+.

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14 thoughts on “Easy Deer Pot Roast

    1. That’s not stupid. A lot of people are unaware of the many different ways to use deer meat. That’s why I started this website.

      I’m sorry for you–I can’t imagine not having deer meat for a long time. I am almost out now and I’m already in panic mode.

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