Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff

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This recipe screams comfort food with a side of super easy to make! Dust off the crock pot and enjoy this slow cooker beef stroganoff.
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It’s hard to beat comfort food that’s this easy to make! This beef stroganoff was delicious over homemade polenta (pictured), but it would be equally as good over whole-grain egg noodles as an alternative. Plus, don’t forget about those green veggies! Top it off with some fresh chopped spinach, watercress or arugula, or even cooked veggies (roasted Brussels sprouts or broccoli maybe?), and it’s a one-dish dinner that everyone will love.

Funny enough, I planned this dinner for early January—the time of year when I’m usually craving these types of dishes—and that day ended up being way above normal at 65 degrees here. Hey, I’m definitely not “complaining” about spring-like weather in the middle of winter, but you win some and lose some, right?  That’s living in North Carolina for you!

You will also love these Beef Tips and Rice!

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    1. We have not tried this recipe with turkey, but there are definitely ground turkey stroganoff recipes out there that are similar. I would use chicken stock if you try it out. Let us know. – Nicole

  1. What size crock pot do you use for your slow cooker recipes ? I have a 7 qt and a 4 qt .
    is it ok if I use white all purpose flour a=instead of whole wheat flour ?
    Thank you !

    1. Hi, Lisa uses a 6qt. You can use white, but it would go against our Real Food rules as we recommend using whole-wheat. – Nicole

    1. If you’re serving this with noodles, you will cook them separately … it’s even delicious with homemade polenta. – Nicole

  2. Where do you find whole grain egg noodles, or other pastas? I have a hard time finding anything other than the most common noodles (spaghetti, penne, rotini) in a whole grain version. My kids love orzo, bowtie pasta, and egg noodles, but I rarely make them because I can’t find a whole grain version. Thanks!

  3. 5 stars
    Delicious! We used egg noodles and stirred in spinach, as suggested, at the end. We used a gluten free flour mix for the sauce and it was just fine. Thank you!