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Coffee Rubbed Pot Roast

    It’s no secret that I love Folgers coffee.  Over the years, I have gotten very creative and infused its rich flavors into many recipes.  After all, why should I limit myself to enjoying the smooth and bold taste of my favorite coffee only in the morning when I am having my breakfast?

Coffee Rubbed Pot Roast

    Folgers Coffeehouse Blend has been my perfect muse for trying out all of these dynamic recipes because its taste is rich and strong from beginning to end. I’ve used it before to create my Salted Caramel Iced Coffee recipe and it turned out delicious! This time, I wanted to really see how this coffee blend would stand up when paired with one of my favorite meats, pot roast.

Coffee Rubbed Pot Roast

    Yes, you read that correctly, I used Folgers Coffeehouse Blend to prepare Coffee Rubbed Pot Roast!  This was the best way to take my brew to the next level by pairing this recipe with the smooth, bold flavor of this coffee.  You can add anything to this blend and still taste its delicious flavor so I figured why not add a whole dish to the mix!

Coffee Rubbed Pot Roast

    There’s more to coffee than just brewing and serving. There are different ways to prepare it, but ultimately, we all want to enjoy its robust flavor which is why we keep coming up with different ways to enjoy it throughout the day.  I invite you to discover a new style in Folgers Coffeehouse Blend and continue enjoying a smooth and bold taste no matter how you prefer to enjoy your coffee.  

Coffee Rubbed Pot Roast

    This time, instead of adding something to my Folgers coffee, I added my Folgers coffee as part of a mouth-watering main course.  I’m pretty confident that you’ll enjoy it as much as we did since Folgers is not just the best part of waking up anymore, it is truly the best part of your entire day! 

Let’s Discuss:  What are some creative recipe ideas that you might have which would pair wonderfully with Folgers Coffeehouse Blend?


Disclosure: This sponsored post is part of a blogging campaign in collaboration with Folgers. As a Folgers Ambassador, I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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  1. I also love Folgers and this looks delicious! I never would have thought to use coffee in a recipe like this. I’ve never tried a rub on a roast, but I’m going to give this a try. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

  2. Barbara Montag says

    I wouldn’t have thought of this.
    Will be making this soon.
    Thanks for the recipe!

  3. This sounds delicious! I never thought to use coffee with my roast. I will have to try this next time I make one.

  4. What! A coffee rub on a roast? This sounds so delicious.

  5. I would have never thought to use coffee on meat. I am very intrigued however. Does it make the meat taste like coffee?

  6. I do enjoy Folgers very much. That’s the first thing I start with every day is a nice cup of coffee. The recipe looks amazing too!

  7. I am going to have to share this with my husband. He and my daughter love their coffee. This could be a huge hit at my house.

  8. Thanks a lot for sharing I never thought of using coffee in recipes before. Shared this with my MIL I’m sure she’ll love it

  9. I’ve never heard of this coffee brand but it sounds great. I love how creative you are with your recipes, and how one product can be used in so many ways! I would never have thought of using coffee as a rub. Thanks for the recipe!

  10. I was just talking about a popular dish at a local restaurant that is a coffee cured filet. This looks like a great at home version of what I was telling my friend about. I’m a huge coffee fan, so all day everyday is my style.

  11. Yum, now you are speaking my language! I love Folgers, my husband makes me a pitcher of it and store it in the fridge so I have iced coffee handy daily!

  12. Oh my, who would have thought that you can rub coffee on a steak? It sounds delicious though – I love the smell of coffee everything! Definitely want to try it now.

  13. I love coffee rubbed meat! It adds a drying effect that I find so fascinating! This looks so yummy!

  14. CourtneyLynne says

    Ooooo I would of never thought of putting coffee on a pot roast!!! Sounds pretty tasty though so I will have to give this a try!

  15. The vegetables and potatoes look like the perfect complement to this meal! I have the hardest time planning a meal and having good side dishes.

  16. Yum!! This looks so good! I never would have thought of rubbing coffee on a pot roast! Might have to give this a try!

  17. I am so excited to try this recipe! I love coffee but had never thought to use it to infuse flavors into meat. Will let you know how well it goes over with my family.

  18. I’ve never actually COOKED with coffee before but, wow, this sounds amazing! I’d love to try out this recipe soon!

  19. I never would have thought to use coffee as a rub – and on a roast. It does sound delicious, though, and I may need to give this a shot!

  20. I had not heard of this jingle competition! I would be lost with out my morning cup of coffee!!

  21. Neely (@Neelykins) says

    I’ve read so much about seasoning with coffee. As a coffee addict I should really get on this!

  22. Interesting recipe. I have never used coffee other than drinking it or mixing it in baked goodies. I would want to try making this just to experience the flavor.

  23. Cooking with coffee is a great way to enhance the flavor of the meats. For both beef and pork goes divine and also for some game meats like deer. Great recipe thanks!

  24. rochelle haynes says

    Sounds good like to give this a try.

  25. Amanda Mcmahon says

    What a nice twist on a dry run for a pot roast!

  26. Coffee makes my heart happy. I can’t wait to add it to my dinner recipe. Your pot roast sounds awesome.

  27. Debbie Welchert says

    I love my Folgers too but have never thought to use it as a rub. I’m definitely going to have to give this a try. It looks so delicious.

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