As much as I like making lovely foods, I understand that time is one of the most important things in our lives when you’re a busy mom, so easy and quick to make recipes are all I’m looking for!!!
Thankfully, in this situation, I will get all three of them. Because this Easy Crockpot Beef Tips With Gravy dish is a wonderfully simple, nutritious meal that almost prepares itself—while still being visually appealing enough to offer to guests at a dinner party. And all you need are a few simple ingredients to put together this delicious dish!

Tender beef pieces are smothered in a rich brown gravy for this traditional American dish. It takes approximately 10 minutes to put everything into the crockpot in the morning before going to work (except the cornstarch). This recipe just takes three minutes if you already have the meat and onion sliced up and ready to go. Then it cooks on its own for seven hours, and when it’s ready to serve, all you have to do is whisk in your cornstarch mixture with a little water to thicken the gravy before serving it.

If you’re searching for a hearty, satisfying dish to include on your menu, this recipe for beef tips with gravy is a certain hit! Our favorite way to serve them is over Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Noodles, or rice. To make it a full dinner, serve it with a green salad or some roasted vegetables. Because beef tips are affordable, this dish for beef tips with gravy is a fantastic alternative for those on a tight budget. The meat comes out of the oven so tender that it literally melts in your mouth. Furthermore, it is quite simple to prepare! Cooking the beef over low heat for 45 minutes accounts for the bulk of the time. As the meat cooks, the gravy is prepared and thickened in the same pot, making cleanup a breeze!


2 pounds.Of beef stew meat.

Condensed mushroom soup cream, I used one medium can.

Brown gravy mix, you’ll need one packet.

Beef broth, I used one cup.

A small-sized onion, diced.

2 cloves.Of garlic, minced.

One large spoon.Of cornstarch mixed with a spoon of water.


Step 1:

Combine the mushroom soup cream, with gravy mix, beef broth, diced onion, and minced garlic in a medium-sized mixing bowl.

Step 2:

Combine all ingredients together, It’s OK if the mixture is a bit lumpy; as it cooks in the slow cooker, the lumps will dissolve and the mixture will be smooth.

Step 3:

Put the stew meat in a 4-quart crockpot and set it on low. Pour the gravy mixture over the steak and gently mix it all together.

Step 4:

Cook for seven hours on LOW with the lid on. Once the meat is done cooking, take it from the pan using a slotted spoon and put it aside.

Step 5:

Incorporate the cornstarch/water mixture into the broth by stirring it in, this will thicken up the gravy.

Step 6:

Replace the meat back into the crockpot and simmer for another 5 minutes, or until the gravy has thickened somewhat.

Step 7:

Serve it with egg noodles, cooked rice, or mashed potatoes, it makes a perfect topping.


It is important not to overcrowd the pan, since this may result in the meat steaming rather than browning properly. Cook the meat in batches if necessary to prevent the pieces from being too close together when browning.

I’ll sometimes add sliced mushrooms to the onions while I’m making brown gravy since they lend a lovely taste to the sauce.

A drop of heavy cream may be added to the gravy to enhance its richness even more.