Calories by Cut of Meat
A 3-ounce serving of pot roast made from beef chuck from under the blade and trimmed to remove the fat has about 196 calories, according to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Use beef shoulder, and the same-sized serving has 176 calories, and a 3-ounce size of pot roast made from beef chuck arm has about 241 calories, per the USDA.
A serving of a pot roast recipe usually ranges from 1/2 pound to 3/4 pound of meat, along with anything up to about 3/4 cup of root vegetables, such as carrots, parsnips and rutabagas.
Some recipes include chopped bacon as well as beef chuck or use alcohol instead of broth for the braising liquid. Both of these ingredients can increase the number of calories in the dish.
The calories in each serving range from about 582 to about 817, depending on the ingredients used and the serving size.
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