Crockpot Beef Tips & Gravy

Comfort food at its very best! Crockpot Beef Tips & Gravy is the perfect meal to delivery homemade flavors with the ease of a slow cooker. So very good!

Comfort food at its very best! Crockpot Beef Tips & Gravy is the perfect meal to delivery homemade flavors with the ease of a slow cooker. So very good!

This is a recipe that seems as though you’ve been slaving away at the stove all day long, when in reality it was cooking away in your Crockpot.  The beef tips are incredibly tender and the gravy just cries out to be placed upon a bed of mashed spuds.  4 simple ingredients that make for one delicious meal.

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Crockpot Beef Tips & Gravy

Yield: 4 servings

Crockpot Beef Tips & Gravy

Recipe From The Country Cook


  • 1 1/2 lbs cubed beef (stew meat)
  • 1 packet Dry Onion Soup Mix
  • 1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup (although Cream of anything will work)
  • 1 14 oz. can beef beef broth or stock
  • Salt & Pepper


  1. Add beef cubes to Crockpot, season with salt & pepper.
  2. In bowl combine soup mix, soup & broth, stir to combine.
  3. Dump mixed ingredients over top of beef, stir.
  4. Cook on low 6-8 hours.
  5. ***If you are freezing, dump all ingredients into gallon sized freezer bag***

 Comfort food at its very best! Crockpot Beef Tips & Gravy is the perfect meal to delivery homemade flavors with the ease of a slow cooker. So very good!

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  2. This looks really delicious with creamy mashed potatoes! Thanks for linking to Simple Supper Tuesday

  3. I love crock pot meals. Thanks for sharing with us at “In and Out of the Kitchen Link Up Party” with Feeding Big.

  4. What a great meal! Your recipe is awesome and thank you so much for sharing it with Full Plate Thursday.
    Have a great weekend and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  5. Lisa Anderson says:

    Do you add all this together and then freeze? Or do as the recipe says? Thanks for your time! Just a little confused!!

  6. This looks really yummy, and smells really yummy since it is cooking in my crockpot! Will be digging into it in about 10 minutes! Can’t wait to see how it taste! I am serving it with rice, carrots, and biscuits!

  7. This is AWESOME!! Definitely a new family favorite at our house! I also love the fact that it’s super easy! I can’t wait to make up a bunch of this and freeze it!!

  8. Love these kind of meals and your recipe looks delicious ! Thank you for sharing at our All My Bloggy Friends Party !

  9. michelle says:

    This was really easy and yummy! Thanks!

  10. I’m making a bunch of meals from your site today. Happy so far with how fast it is going. Just one suggestion: Could you put BOTH the ‘make now instructions’ and the ‘make ahead and freeze’ instructions with each recipe?

    • Thanks for the suggestion, we are in the process of Part II of our Crockpot/Freezer cooking post & are breaking the directions down both ways. Enjoy 🙂

  11. The sauce will be very thin but can easily be thickened using corn starch about 20 minutes before done cooking (I used about 3 tablespoons…mix well with water before adding to crockpot) if you want more of a gravy consistency. This was so GOOD!!! A new family favorite even for my SUPER PICKY daughter!! 🙂

    • Sue Caldwell says:

      You can add about 1/4 Cup of quick cooking tapioca to the crock pot the same time as you dump all your other ingredients in to make a thicker sauce. I wouldn’t add it to the freezer bag, but this trick works to effortlessly thicken up sauces in any juicy crock pot recipe.

  12. Courtney Massie says:

    how many servings is this recipe?

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  14. This one was a hit at our house.

  15. Shirley says:

    I like the flavor searing the meat adds. Do you know if doing this and freezing the meal will make the meat tougher?

  16. Do I cook in crockpot first then freeze or freeze before cooking? A bit confused

    • Angel, We traditionally freeze the ingredients prior to slow cooking for our freezer meals. Can’t see any reason why you cannot freeze after slow cooking though. Let us know how it turns out.

  17. I like to have many of my meats browned to add more flavor. I tend to brown up all my ground beef and beef tips then portion out into bags for the freezer. I often cook the meat with onions, garlic or other seasonings. While I am doing that, I add broth to my crock, add in thighs or breasts and cook away. I then shred that chicken and have it ready for meals when needed. I also pre-season taco meat (be it beef or chicken) as well as meats for chilis. I plan to try some of your methods very soon! Thanks for the great recipes and wonderful way to save time and money!

  18. Hi! I am making your crockpot beef tips and gravy today and am excited to try it.
    My question though, is that I am getting a bit of a late start with it and was wondering if I could cook it on high and, if so, how long would I cook it on high?

    Thank you so much and for all of your wonderful recipes!

    • Hi Donna, Wish I had seen your question earlier in the day. I’ve never prepared on high but would guess 4 hours would probably do it since the pieces of meat are rather small. Do hope you enjoy!

  19. Do you add the blood/liquid that comes with the stew meat or drain that out before adding meat?

  20. Elva Roberts says:

    This crock pot recipe sounds so good and looks so delicious that I will try it as soon as I buy some of the ingredients. Thank you for sharing with us.


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