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Crock Pot Beef and Noodles

Slow Cooker Beef and Noodles

  • Cooking Time:

    4 hours on High or 8 hours on Low
  • Servings:

    6

Ingredients

2 lbs. stew meat (cubed)
29 oz. beef broth, canned
2 c. water
1 T. minced garlic
1/2 tsp. onion powder
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. pepper
16 oz. noodles, egg noodles

Slow Cooker Beef and Noodles was one of my favorite dinners growing up.  I would literally beg my mom to make it every week!  The flavor in this recipe is wonderful and the combination of beef and noodles pleases both meat and pasta lovers.  I typically serve this over top of Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes and a side salad.  (Just like Mom used to make!)

  1. Place stew meat in slow cooker and pour beef broth and water over the meat.
  2. Add in garlic, onion powder, salt, and pepper.
  3. Cover. Crock on High for 4 hours or on Low for 8 hours.
  4. Add in egg noodles during the last 30 minutes of crocking.

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Crock Pot Beef and Noodles

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Linda
Linda
7 years ago

Personally I would prefer substituting a green veg. instead of the 2ed starch (mashed potatoes) just me.

Katie
Katie
7 years ago

Looks exactly what my mom used to make! Just wondering, what kind of egg noodles are those in the picture? They look like Reames egg noodles.

Angela
Angela
7 years ago

Just wondering if the egg noodles have to be cooked prior to putting it in the crock pot?

Tristan
Tristan
7 years ago

I am making this right now except stove top in my dutch oven; I heart Reame’s noodles!!!! I usually make chicken and noodles with them but really wanted to try a beef dish so this was perfect. It already smells amazing.

Cathy
Cathy
7 years ago

Hi, do you put the meat in frozen?

Amy
Amy
7 years ago

Hi I was wondering if you have to these the noodles or just put it in the crock pot frozen for 30 mins? Thanks!

Sheila
Sheila
6 years ago

Tasted great but very watery. Doesn’t look that way in the picture.

shawna
shawna
6 years ago
Reply to  Sheila

Could the difference be a vented lid vs. a non-vented…i have one of each and my unvented lid always seems to cause my meal to be more watery…just a thought 🙂

Lisa
Lisa
6 years ago

I am planning on making this dish. I was wondering if I cut the recipe in half if the cooking time would be the same or I was wondering if any one knew if leftovers froze well for for this dish? I am the only one that would eat this. Thanks

Theresa
Theresa
6 years ago

I made this but cut down on the liquid: 16 oz of beef broth and no water. Came out just as pictured above.

Darlene
Darlene
6 years ago

I love Beef and Noodles!! But I was just thinking that you could very simply turn this into Chicken & Noodles by switching the meat and broth. Any other suggestions on that idea?

Rae Swisher
Rae Swisher
6 years ago

Just like my mom makes…except she adds a few whole cloves while cooking the meat, then removes them before adding the egg noodles. I am making some right now. Yum!

Jackie
Jackie
6 years ago

Do the noodles have to be from freezer section or can they be dry noodles from a bag? Thanks

Nichole
Nichole
6 years ago

Does the meat have to be cooked?

cynthia law
6 years ago

Omg I also loved my mothers beef and noodles!
She also made the most tender and flavorful braised short ribs and fluffy Bisquick dumplings. But… she never used a crockpot. I am searching for a similar crockpot recipe for braised beef short ribs w/o wine..

Molly
Molly
6 years ago

Hi ladies…I often make my beef stew or beef stroganoff in my crock pot and to get the juice to thicken nicely and evenly, I shake the beef tips in a ziplock bag with some flour. Shake off the excess and then place in the liquid in the crock pot. Also, Progresso French Onion Soup is a great alternative to the basic beef broth.

Marcia
Marcia
6 years ago

How much longer if the meat it frozen?

Stephanie
Stephanie
6 years ago

How about if I take out the garlic and onion powder because my daughter is 7 yrs old and she doesn’t like a lot of stuff like that especially spices. What do you recommend or suggest?. I still want taste. I still plan to use salt and pepper.

Shannon
Shannon
6 years ago

Just wondering if anyone has tried this with vegetable broth ?? Would like to use instead of the beef broth . Thanks

Stephanie
Stephanie
6 years ago

What if we just use beef broth and more beef broth instead of the water will that make any difference?….

Lisa
Lisa
5 years ago

Do you use the regular frozen egg noodle or the quick cooking frozen ones?

Diana
Diana
4 years ago

I am going to make homemade noodles was wondering how to cook them using a crockpot?
Thanks

Joy
Joy
3 years ago

I was wondering if you can double the recipe..I need a serving of at least 8.
Thank you!!

Jenna
Jenna
2 years ago

If I cook meat on low for 10 hours, will it be too tender or soggy? Thanks!

Kristy
Kristy
1 year ago

Hi Jenn,
Thank you so much for this recipe!! My family loves it!! Question : Do you know a way to make this in an instant pot?
Thanks again so much

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