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Crock Pot Beef Stroganoff

Have I mentioned I’m obsessed with all things crock pot these days? Meals have never been easier. I know I’m probably overloading you with crock pot recipes lately but they’re perfect for weeknight meals so I can’t promise that I’ll slow down with them anytime soon. I have a whole Pinterest board dedicated to them. Whoops.

There are somethings that just don’t photograph well and this dish happens to be one of them.

I promise it tastes delicious and not like cat food. For real though, it’s really good.

This recipe is one that was passed on to me by a coworker and has quickly become an office favorite. I made it last week and two of my other coworkers have made it so far this week.

Needless to say, we’re a crock pot friendly work place. πŸ™‚

Crock Pot Beef Stroganoff

Add meat, mushroom soup, and mushroom pieces to crock pot. Stir so that the meat is fully covered in the sauce.

Cook on low for 4-5 hours. Add in sour cream and stir to combine.

Serve over egg noodles or mashed potatoes.

The meat ends up tender and easily falls apart with your fork. My favorite way of enjoying this is to break up all of the meat with my fork and stir it all up into one big, mashed potatoey mess on my plate so you get everything all in one bite. But that may just be my inner 5 year old talking…

Now, time to finish up my shows before hitting the sack early. Today may have been Tuesday but it sure felt like Monday to me so I will be very glad to kiss this day goodbye. Goodnight y’all! πŸ™‚

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8 responses »

  1. I have tried a version almost exactly the same as yours and love it.
    A friend from work gave me her version, and I may love it even more…
    2 lbs of stew meat
    1 pkg of dry onion soup mix
    1 can of cream of celery
    1/2-1 can of water
    (I added in mushrooms as well)
    Lots of fresh ground pepper
    Supposed to stir in a small container of sour cream, but I accidentally left it out and STILL loved it
    Serve over egg noodles

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  2. must add an onion and 1 can of beef stock to complete the dish….

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  3. Hi! I am trying your recipie tonight for my family.I saw this on Pinterest. I tried to join Pinterest (that site is SPECTACULAR!) but they don’t seem to be taking new members, so I have jsut been booking marking my favorite blogs, such as yours.

    Anywho…I dedided to start a funny wordpress blog called “The Life of a Pinterest Reject”, where I will try things I find on Pinterest but can’t pin, and share them with my own readers and with a twist of humor. I really want to credit any person or blog that I use for project inspirations, so would it be okay to credit and post your blog link on mine if I manage to pull of this great recipie? Either way, I love your blog and can’t wait to try more! Best Wishes… Michelle

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    • Hey! I hope you and your family like this! My boyfriend couldn’t get enough of it and it has been a Pinterest hit! I actually just sent you an invite to Pinterest to the email address linked to your comment so hopefully you’ll be able to start pinning soon! Be careful though, its super addicting! Please do put a link to my blog in your post and I can’t wait to read the post! Happy blogging! πŸ™‚

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  4. Oh, sorry about all the typos, one handed typing will do that!

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