Cooking Time:5-6 hours on Low, or 3-4 hours on High
Ingredients2 lb. stewing beef (lean stewing beef cubed)
10 3/4 oz. cream of mushroom soup (healthy request or low fat)
1 1/4 oz. onion soup mix (dry)
1 oz. mushroom gravy mix or beef gravy mix
3/4 c. beef broth (if desired, mix with burgundy wine)
1 c. fresh mushrooms (sliced)
1/2 onion (chopped)
12 oz. egg noodles (wide)
This recipe for Slow Cooker Beef Tips and Noodles is easy and one the whole family will love!
- Place beef in the slow cooker.
- Combine mushroom soup, onion soup mix and gravy mix in a bowl until well blended. Stir in beef broth.
- Add mushrooms and onions to mixture, then pour over beef.
- Cover. Cook on Low for 5 to 6 hours, or on High for 3 to 4 hours.
- Cook egg noodles according to directions on package.
- Serve over egg noodles (wide) or of your choice.
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I have a question regarding 2 of the ingredients. 1 oz. mushroom (gravy mix or beef gravy mix) — is this a powder or jar gravy?
3/4 c. beef broth (mixed with burgundy wine) — is there a beef broth already mixed with burgundy wine? I couldn’t find this in my supermarket?
Hi Christina! The one ounce is a powder form, the small packages are usually found with the spices. The beef broth is not already mixed with burgundy wine, if you want to add burgundy wine you would mix with the beef broth…. Thanks for the questions..Happy Crocking!
When you say ” 10 3/4 oz crm of mushrrom” is that 10 cans?
Hello Laura, the (one) can size is 10 3/4 ounces, not 10 cans! Thanks for the question, and Happy Crocking!
I was just wondering if the onion soup was necessary, or is there a substitute that could be used?
Lauren I found a recipe from cdkitchen.com that I will share with you. I did find it still is high in sodium, but if you would like to make your own, this could be a resource. Hope this helps! http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/521/Lipton_Dry_Onion_Soup_Mix47835.shtml
We use Pomegranate Molasses as a sub for Red Wines. It’s perfect!
It doesn’t let you email it.
Nora you can copy and paste the url into an e-mail, but that is the only way you can e-mail a recipe. Hope this helps! 😉
My husband is allergic to mushrooms. Is there a substitute for the cream of mushroom?
Amy you could use a cream of celery soup to replace the cream of mushroom! Thank you for the question and Happy Crocking!
I can’t wait to try this!! However I am not a fan of egg noodles.
Is there another pasta you would suggest for this?!
I was thinking maybe the frozen bags of Ramean noodles or Rigatoni noodles.!? Thanks. 🙂
Ashlee you definitely need to make this recipe your own, and change it up to your liking. When you do, please post back with your changes and let everyone know how it turned out. It helps others like yourself that are not fond of the egg noodle. Thank you and Happy Crocking!
I made this recipe using Top Round of Beef cut into thin strips,regular Cream of Mushroom Soup, left out the Wine, canned mushrooms. This is absolutely the best recipe. We truly enjoyed it.
Sorry, just saw the “5 servings”…
When you say combine mushroom soup,onion soup,& gravy mix in a bowl til well blended. Do u add water according to the gravy mix & onion soup mix or do u use just the mushroom soup & beef broth?
Hi Nikki don’t add the water, just the soup, and mixes… The beef broth will be your liquid! Happy Crocking!
Thank you 🙂 Can’t wait to try this. Looks so yummy! Gonna try it with pearl onions & potabella mushrooms 🙂
I am wondering how many servings this makes? The nutritional information is for 1 out of how many servings?
Hi Janet the serving sizes are in the upper right hand corner of each page. I am happy to share this one serves “5”… Happy Crocking!
Im going to try this recipe tonight looks so good I don’t suppose you have a good beef stroganoff recipe?
Enjoy Traci, and I have a very popular one among my Facebook friends.. Here you go: http://www.getcrocked.com/2013/01/09/crock-pot-simple-beef-stroganoff/
All I could find was a Brown Gravy packet. Will that work?
Michelle that will work… Enjoy! Happy Crocking!
thank you! i asked you the other question about the salsa chicken, too. 🙂 as you can see, i am starting to become a crocking fool! have a great weekend.
If I wanted to add broccoli as well, when do you think the best time would be?
If you are adding fresh broccoli, I would say 45 – 30 minutes prior to when you are ready to serve your meal. 🙂
Thanks! I started the recipe about 2 hours ago, so I still have time. Also, all I had was roasted garlic Cream of mushroom, so I can’t wait, everything smells wonderful. I have been crocking a lot more since I found your site!
I love Crocking! Even more since I found you. I thought that maybe on the low and slow lvel, if I could add the egg noodles and let the steam and moisture cook them as well. Have you ever tried this? Does it work?
Some recipes actually tell you to put them in uncooked Bob, and I do believe it is a matter of preference. I’ve done it both ways! If you make it this way, please post back and let us know how it turns out. 🙂
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I only have a large crockpot will it be ok for this recipe?
Penny as a rule of thumb the slow cooker should be 1/2 to 2/3 full to crock properly. Not knowing exactly how large your slow cooker might be, I don’t know for sure how to answer you. Hope this helps … and Happy Crocking!
I have made this recipe a few times now and we love it. I double the recipe to better fit my family’s needs of left overs. I also add fresh bell peppers, red and green towards the end and serve over white rice. The noodles just didn’t do it for my husband but I thought it was just as good. Thanks for the great and easy dinner idea! =)
I was wondering about adding fresh carrots into this as well. At what point should they be added, and would it change the cooking time? Thanks in advance – looking forward to trying this!!
Hi Laurie, I love it when you make a recipe your own! I would add the carrots in the very beginning, as sometimes carrots take a while to cook. Happy Crocking!
I used a jar of gravy instead of a dry mix. Hope this won’t ruin the dish. Will let you know
This used to be one of my favorite meals that my grandmother would make, but I’ve never made it before. Putting it in the Crock Pot in a couple hours and I can’t wait for dinner! Thank you for sharing all your recipes, I have two more of them planned for dinner this week! 🙂