Easy and delicious, beef tips cooked in a slow cooker are perfect for a weekday meal. These beef tips are the epitome of a comfort food supper because they are cooked low and slow until they are so soft that they almost fall apart. They are rich, meaty, and brimming with delicious flavor.

Elegant recipes are excellent, but quick and simple are important for a busy mom like me. You are fortunate enough to get all of these options in this situation. This recipe for Easy Crockpot Beef Tips with Gravy is perfect for when you need a nutritious meal in a rush, but still want to present your guests with something special. And you can throw it together with very little effort.

Tossing everything into the crock at the beginning of the day takes around 10 minutes. It will only take three minutes if the steak and onion have already been chopped up before you begin. After that, you don’t need to do anything more while it cooks on its own for the next seven hours; when dinner time rolls around, all you need to do to thicken the gravy is mix some cornstarch with a little amount of water.

2 pounds.Of beef stew meat.
Canned condensed cream of mushroom soup; I used a 10-ounces can.
Brown gravy mix; I used 1 packet.
Beef broth; you’ll need approx. 1 cup.
A medium-diced onion.
2 minced garlic cloves.
1 Tbsp.Of cornstarch, mixed with a Tbsp.Of water.
First Step: Mix together the cream of mushroom soup, the gravy mix, the beef broth, the onion, and the garlic in a medium bowl. Whisk together. It’s OK if it has some lumps; they’ll smooth out during slow cooking.
Second Step: Put your stew meat in a crockpot that holds 4 quarts. After pouring the gravy mixture over the meat, combine the two by giving it a little swirl. Cook, covered, on LOW for a period of 7 hours.
Third Step: When the meat is done cooking, take it from the pan using a slotted spoon and put it aside. Combine cornstarch and water and stir it in (this will thicken up the gravy.)
Fourth Step: Once the gravy has thickened, return the meat to the crockpot and simmer for an additional 5 minutes.
Fifth Step: You can serve it over some mashed potatoes or some egg noodles.
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