Let the slow-cooker do the work for you in these decadent beef recipes.
Slow-Cooker Macaroni and Beef
On the busiest weeknights, plan ahead so that even a slow-cooker beef spaghetti dinner is completely hands-off. Prep the ingredients
in the morning to create a delicious homemade sauce with your slow-cooker. Simply boil pasta when you're ready for dinner,
add the sauce, and top with Parmesan cheese and fresh basil.
Short ribs notoriously take hours of cooking to hit the plate fork-tender and delicious. Use that to your advantage by cooking
the ribs in a slow-cooker for five to six hours. This dish, loaded with flavor, is sure to replace your traditional beef stew
Indulge in a classic dish without all the fuss. Cook the brisket and potatoes with a few spices for about seven hours, then
add carrots and cabbage for the final thirty minutes. This all-in-one meal is perfect for a busy weeknight; simply bake a
few rolls, pour a glass of tea, and enjoy.
Fifteen minutes of prep time are all you need to enjoy this flavorful beef-and-noodle meal at the end of the workday. The
meat takes on the full flavor of the mushrooms, onion slices, and secret ingredient: brown gravy mix. Serve over egg noodles
for a one-dish meal that's big on comfort and low on effort.
Whether you're getting ready for a game-day crowd or just a super-stacker sandwich night, this pastrami recipe has your number.
It only heats for an hour in the slow-cooker, so this is a quick dish that's still infused with loads of hearty flavor.
Come home to a house filled with the warm, comforting scent of fork-tender meatloaf loaded with fresh veggies and a hint of
mozzarella cheese. Serve with instant mashed potatoes and steamed green beans.
Transform beef stew meat into this savory dinner that calls for just seven ingredients. Brown the meat in a skillet beforehand
and combine with beef broth, sour cream, and sautÉed mushrooms and shallots. Cook for 6 hours on low and serve with hot cooked
Cooking brisket is easy when a slow-cooker is involved! This simple recipe takes just 5 minutes to prepare–you don't even
need to brown the beef first. Serve with steamed green beans and a baked potato for a super-filling supper.