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*Slow Cooker Beef Tips with Noodles

Slow Cooker Beef Tips and Noodles

  • Cooking Time:

    5–6 hours on Low, or 3–4 hours on High
  • Servings:

    5

Ingredients

2 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!

  1. Place beef in the slow cook­er.
  2. Com­bine mush­room soup, onion soup mix and gravy mix in a bowl until well blend­ed. Stir in beef broth.
  3. Add mush­rooms and onions to mix­ture, then pour over beef.
  4. Cov­er. Cook on Low for 5 to 6 hours, or on High for 3 to 4 hours.
  5. Cook egg noo­dles accord­ing to direc­tions on pack­age.
  6. Serve over egg noo­dles (wide) or of your choice.

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Christina
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Christina

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?

laura
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laura

When you say ” 10 3/4 oz crm of mushrrom” is that 10 cans?

Lauren spencer
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Lauren spencer

I was just won­der­ing if the onion soup was nec­es­sary, or is there a sub­sti­tute that could be used?

Caressa Al-Khateeb
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Caressa Al-Khateeb

We use Pome­gran­ate Molasses as a sub for Red Wines. It’s per­fect!

Nora
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Nora

It doesn’t let you email it.

Amy
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Amy

My hus­band is aller­gic to mush­rooms. Is there a sub­sti­tute for the cream of mush­room?

AshleeC
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AshleeC

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. 🙂

bobbie skeen
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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.

Kris
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Kris

Sor­ry, just saw the “5 serv­ings”…

Nikki Armstrong
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Nikki Armstrong

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?

Nikki Armstrong
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Nikki Armstrong

Thank you 🙂 Can’t wait to try this. Looks so yum­my! Gonna try it with pearl onions & pota­bel­la mush­rooms 🙂

Janet Nieman
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Janet Nieman

I am won­der­ing how many serv­ings this makes? The nutri­tion­al infor­ma­tion is for 1 out of how many serv­ings?

Traci
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Traci

Im going to try this recipe tonight looks so good I don’t sup­pose you have a good beef stroganoff recipe?

Michelle
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Michelle

All I could find was a Brown Gravy pack­et. Will that work?

Michelle
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Michelle

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.

Sara B
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Sara B

If I want­ed to add broc­coli as well, when do you think the best time would be?

Sara B
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Sara B

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!

Bob Menucci
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Bob Menucci

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?

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Penny
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Penny

I only have a large crock­pot will it be ok for this recipe?

Noelle
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Noelle

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! =)

Laurie
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Laurie

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!!

kris
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I used a jar of gravy instead of a dry mix. Hope this won’t ruin the dish. Will let you know

Shelby
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Shelby

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! 🙂

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