Monday, January 14, 2013

Paleo Slow Cooker Beef Brisket

slow cooker beef brisket

Normally when I think of beef brisket, the first thing that comes to mind is corned beef and cabbage, but it can be so much more. This delicious slow cooker beef brisket recipe is not only tender and moist, it is Paleo and sugar detox friendly as well! The whole family loved it and the flavors are just enough without being too strong.

{Ingredients}

3 lb. Beef Brisket
2 Sweet Onions Sliced
2 cups Beef Stock No Sugar
3 Cloves of Garlic Minced
Salt and Pepper to Taste

{Instructions}

Step 1: Place all ingredients into a heavy duty freezer bag. Make sure the air is out before sealing.

Step 2: Take the meal out of the freezer the night before serving and let defrost in the fridge.

Step 3: Sear the outside of the meat in a hot skillet for a minute or two on each side to lock in juices. Do not cook through.

Step 4: Place in a Crockpot on high for 4 hours or low for 6. Low heat is best for this recipe, but you can do high if you are running low on time.

Remember if you want more Paleo and detox friendly recipes, check out my monthly freezer to crockpot cooking post. 

  Kathleen Bunn

12 comments:

Anne - Mommy Has to Work said...

Looks so easy to do!

Simply Being Mommy said...

It looks delicious and I love that the slow cooker does most of the work for you.

Nichol said...

Oh that looks delicioius and so simple!!!

Elaina (A Time Out for Mommy) said...

Looks so easy and delicious!

Robin {Mom Foodie} said...

My ex would have liked this... I'm not much of a beef eater myself.

Emily said...

Looks like an easy Paleo dinner...thank you!!

StacieinAtlanta said...

That looks delicious!!

Maryann said...

we love a good brisket. I like to BBQ mine.

Jennifer Quirky Momma said...

I've cooked brisket. I am veggie but the men of the house are not, and they would LOVE this!

Penelope (NYC Blogger) said...

Yum!

LyndaS said...

Looks like a pretty healthy meal.

Anonymous said...

I'm gonna make this Friday for dinner. But tell me about the cabbage... it looks delicious.

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