Easy Crockpot Beef & Mushrooms
Crockpot Beef & Mushrooms
This is the perfect simple supper for a busy weekday night. With just 4 ingredients, you’ll be surprised at how good it tastes.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve spent two hours messing up the kitchen with a complicated but impressive meal just to sit down at the table and discover that my family is not impressed.
This is that meal that I throw together the next night because I’m over trying to create the perfect meal. I’m done spending hours in the kitchen just to get average reviews. And what happens? My family can’t stop raving about this delicious sauce that took me less than 10 minutes to prepare. And suddenly, I am a great cook.
I have been making this meal for years, it is another family favorite. It does not get simpler than this, the stew meat is purchased already chopped so you can just throw it into the crockpot with the other ingredients and forget about it.
Crockpot Beef & Mushrooms is versatile in that you can make it into a stroganoff by adding a cup of sour cream and serving it over pasta. But it is also delicious without the sour cream. I like to serve it over whole-grain rice.
This is a super easy meal that is comfort food at its best. I use low-fat ingredients but you can substitute with regular fat content soups. Double the recipe for a large family.
Crockpot Beef & Mushrooms
- 2 14oz Cans Lowfat Cream of Mushroom Soup
- 1 4oz Can Mushrooms
- 1 Envelope Dried Onion Soup Mix
- 1 Pound Chopped Beef Stew Meat
- 4-6 Cups Prepared Rice or Pasta
- Combine soups and onion soup in a slow cooker. Add meat and stir well. Cook on low for 6 hours, or on high for 3 hours. Serve by pouring meat sauce over the top of rice or pasta.
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