Freezer Meal: Paleo Turnip, Beet & Beef Roast
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When you think about a hearty freezer meal, this Paleo Turnip, Beet & Beef Roast dish is a great example. Not only is it hearty and satisfying, it is a great option for freezer meals since it stands up to cooking, freezing and reheating easily or you can freeze everything in a bag for an easy dump Paleo recipe! This is a beautiful and delicious freezer meal that everyone in your family will love.
  • 1 bottom round roast, the weight will depend on your personal needs.
  • 2-3 medium to large fresh beats
  • 2 large parsnip
  • ½ of an onion, pureed
  • fingerling potatoes, as many as fits/you would like
  • 3 cups beef stock, homemade is best
  • 1 cup organic dry red wine
  1. Thoroughly wash all of the vegetables, you may choose to peel the beets and turnips or leave them natural.
  2. Cut the beets and turnips into quarters, place in the large freezer bag with the meat and potatoes.
  3. When ready to cook: remove from the freezer and place in the fridge about 24 to 36 hours before putting together in the crockpot.
  4. Pour 3 cups of beef stock into the crock along with ½ cup onion puree and ½ to 1 cup dry red wine. Season to your preference, cook on low for 8 hours (depending how hot your crock pot runs).
If you are on a strict Paleo diet or AutoImmune Protocol, you can leave out the white potatoes, add carrots, or just increase the other veggies.
Recipe by Midwest Modern Momma at