Crockpot Roast Beef
Servings:
4
Ready In:
8 hours 5 minutes
Prep Time:
5 minutes
Cook Time:
0 minutes
Wait Time:
8 hours
Spiciness:
0/5

Ingredients

  • 3 (pound) sirloin tip roast
  • 1/2 (cup) flour
  • 1 (1.0 ounce envelope) dry onion soup mix
  • 1 (1.0 ounce envelope) brown gravy mix
  • 2 (cup) ginger ale

Directions

  1. Coat roast with flour. Place in crock pot. Mix soup mix, gravy mix, remaining flour and ginger ale. Pour mixture over roast. Cook on low for 8-10 hours or until roast is tender.

Comments

  • Beth
    Beth 610181

    Very good! We all ate it, including 8 & 5 year olds. I think I would add a little Worcester sauce next time, just because I like the flavor. Served with mashed potatoes and peas(the staple for this kind of meal in our house).

    almost 3 years ago
  • Chef Leslie (Food on the Table)
    Chef Leslie (Food on the Table) 141524

    Good idea, Beth. I love roast beef with mashers!

    almost 3 years ago
  • Megan
    Megan 6239

    This was one of the best slow cooker roast beef recipes I have ever made! I opened the slow cooker and stirred at around the 1 and 2 hour marks to avoid the sugars in the soda from burning but after that it cooked up beautifully and the sauce was so flavorful!

    almost 3 years ago
  • Shawn
    Shawn 706624

    I made this last night for my picky family and all of us loved it! It was so easy & so delicious!

    almost 3 years ago
  • Dena
    Dena 743077

    This was my first time making a roast....Wow!! It was so delicious and my husband who is a very picky eater approved! Even my 14 month old ate his entire dinner.

    almost 3 years ago
  • Dena
    Dena 743077

    This was my first time making a roast....Wow!! It was so delicious and my husband who is a very picky eater approved! Even my 14 month old ate his entire dinner.

    almost 3 years ago
  • Dena
    Dena 743077

    This was my first time making a roast....Wow!! It was so delicious and my husband who is a very picky eater approved! Even my 14 month old ate his entire dinner.

    almost 3 years ago
  • Chef Leslie (Food on the Table)
    Chef Leslie (Food on the Table) 141524

    @Dena, Megan and Shawn, I'm glad to hear that you guys liked this recipe. Roast beef is on our monthly menu every month!

    almost 3 years ago
  • Chad
    Chad 13585

    This.
    Was.
    Amazing!
    I was a little worried when I first opened the crock pot after 8 hours, after I pulled it out I emailed photos to friends and family. I will most definitely be making this again!

    over 2 years ago
  • Chef Leslie (Food on the Table)
    Chef Leslie (Food on the Table) 141524

    @Chad, that's great. You might like to add some garlic or an onion too, for more depth of flavor.

    over 2 years ago
  • Dian
    Dian 984730

    This recipe is phenomenal. I typically like to use chuck roast so thats what i used instead and I shaved 6 hrs off by using a dutch oven at 325 degrees for 2 hrs. and added carrots and celery. Thanks for sharing

    over 2 years ago
  • Chef Heather (Food on the Table)
    Chef Heather (Food on the Table) 25081

    Great suggestion to cook this in a dutch oven Dian!

    over 2 years ago
  • Sherri
    Sherri 990337

    with the rave reviews, I put it on this weeks list, and I just put it all in the crockpot. hoping the family will love it! I added garlic and a sliced up onion. I can't wait to see the outcome.

    over 2 years ago
  • Donna (Food on the Table)
    Donna (Food on the Table) 86758

    Let us know, Sherri!

    over 2 years ago
  • Sherri
    Sherri 990337

    Hi Donna, it was a success. looked good and tasted good. everyone gobbled it up. I did add some fresh herbs, and dry herbs and black pepper, along with the onion and garlic I added earlier to give it a bit more savory flavor as it seemed a little sweet. this did the trick. my daughter did not like the sauce, but loved the meat. My husbands says yes would love to have it again. to me it was more like pot roast than roast beef, but delicious and my house smelled great as it cooked.

    over 2 years ago
  • Sherri
    Sherri 990337

    oh and served it with mashed potatoes, steamed carrots, and green beans... so easy to make!

    over 2 years ago
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous 833676

    very tender but lacked something...

    over 2 years ago
  • Sherri
    Sherri 990337

    Anonymous you might be like some of us and enjoy a bit more depth and savory flavor. as suggest garlic and onion do help this, also other savory herbs or as someone suggest worcestershire sauce (that sounds yummy too as long as not too much) It's simple to make and you can easily customize it to your families tastebuds. to me its more of a pot roast type dish. the left overs, even yummier!

    over 2 years ago
  • Chef Leslie (Food on the Table)
    Chef Leslie (Food on the Table) 141524

    The additions that I think make this a winner are the following: 1-2 bayleafs (remove before serving), 1 carrot cut into 1/2" rounds, 1 celery rib cut into 1/2" pieces, 1 onion, quartered, 4 cloves of garlic and 1 T. tomato paste. These items will add richness and depth of flavor.

    over 2 years ago
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous 990160

    This was a hit with my family! If you want to jazz this up a bit, simply add blue cheese crumbles and toasted walnuts on a bun for a gourmet sandwhich that is sure to please everyone! :)

    over 2 years ago
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous 990160

    This was delicious! To jazz things up a bit, add crumbled blue cheese and toasted walnuts on a bun for a gourmet sandwhich that is sure to please!

    over 2 years ago
  • Mike
    Mike 855951

    its hard not to like a crockpot roast beef, the gravy that they have you make (with the ginger ale and all) is delicious, and im glad we have leftovers

    over 2 years ago
  • Kelly
    Kelly 1085708

    I made this for my family tonight and it was yummy! I added some diced potatoes, carrots, and some salt, pepper, and garlic salt. Very delicious!

    over 2 years ago
  • Carrie
    Carrie 627332

    So good and so easy :)

    over 2 years ago
  • 742566

    Does it have to be ginger ale? I have only diet coke or diet fresca.

    over 2 years ago
  • Dian
    Dian 984730

    diet coke maybe. im really not sure. if u do let me know how it turns out. many scrumptious recipes are created by improvising

    over 2 years ago
  • Chef Heather (Food on the Table)
    Chef Heather (Food on the Table) 25081

    Yes, Anonymous and Dian, you could use another variety of soda; lemon-lime soda, cola, diet coke, Pepsi, whatever you have on hand.

    over 2 years ago
  • Deb
    Deb 980143

    Similar to what I've made in the past, but adding the soda made it a bit different. The kids loved it and used the leftovers in tortillas the next day.

    over 2 years ago
  • Donna (Food on the Table)
    Donna (Food on the Table) 86758

    Great leftover idea for the kids, Deb!!

    over 2 years ago
  • Lisa
    Lisa 1538953

    The meat was so tender, it fell apart. The only problem was, the ginger ale made it very sweet. Next time I will use beef broth instead for the liquid.

    over 2 years ago
  • Chef Heather (Food on the Table)
    Chef Heather (Food on the Table) 25081

    @Lisa- Yes, beef broth would be a perfect substitute for the ginger ale called for in this recipe. If you wanted to have a slightly, but not overwhelming sweet flavor, use 2 cups beef broth and add 3-4 tablespoons brown sugar.

    over 2 years ago
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous 1577496

    easy and the whole family loved it. I will definitely be doing this one again.

    about 2 years ago
  • Carol
    Carol 1647739

    Meat was juicy and tender. It could have used a little more spice but was eaten by the picky eaters in our family.

    about 2 years ago
  • Kathryn
    Kathryn 1934611

    Tasted great. So easy and super tender.

    over 1 year ago
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous 2317339

    GREAT! Family favorite

    5 months ago