These slow cooker beef tips over rice are warm, comforting, and perfect for busy nights.
I’ve mentioned before that I am always looking for a good slow cooker pot roast recipe that doesn’t use canned soups. I found one at Deck on Food and wanted to give it a try. I had never added cream to a pot roast before, and I was interested to see how it would work. On this particular occasion, I was doing my grocery shopping at Trader Joe’s, and beef roasts (that aren’t pre-seasoned) aren’t something they carry. Not wanting to go to another store, I got some good-looking stew meat instead and morphed the recipe into slow cooker beef tips instead of pot roast. This substitution also made it an inexpensive recipe, and the vegetables help stretch one pack of meat to feed the whole family. I made a few other changes and came up with this version. Maybe my favorite part, besides the tender, moist meat and savory sauce, was the fact that the wine dyed the fat in the meat pink. I should have taken a photo of that, but you can see for yourself the fun of getting a hot pink bite of beef in your dinner bowl.