Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner

Crock Pot meals are seriously a busy mom’s best friend. Holidays are no exception. That’s why you’ll love this easy Crock Pot corned beef and cabbage! With only 4 ingredients that you dump and forget, it’s the perfect dish to enjoy this St. Patrick’s Day.

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With moist and tender meat and melt in your mouth cabbage, this Crock Pot corned beef and cabbage dinner is the most delicious easy recipe you’ll ever eat! Click To Tweet

I absolutely love corned beef. The first time I had it, I only took some to be polite to the hosts of a St. Patrick’s Day party I attended. I’m so glad I did because 1 bite and I was in love. It is incredible!

If you’ve never tried it, this fool-proof Crock Pot corned beef and cabbage recipe is a fantastic way to give it a try. The corned beef is tender and flavorful and the cabbage melts in your mouth. It’s sure to be your new go-to recipe.

 

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Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage Ingredients

 

Head of Cabbage Next to Knife on Cutting Board

Quartered Head of Cabbage Next to Knife on Cutting Board

Step 1

First, rinse your head of cabbage and cut into quarters.

Step 2

Then remove the core from each cabbage quarter.

 

Sliced Cabbage Next to Knife on Cutting Board

Bowl of Sliced Cabbage

Step 3

Next, slice each cabbage quarter down the length so that you have small strips of fresh cabbage and set aside in a bowl.

 

Corned Beef in Crock Pot

Step 4

Place your corned beef brisket in your Crock Pot, fat side down.

 

Seasoned Corned Beef in Crock Pot

Step 5

Then top the brisket with the seasoning packet included.

 

Sliced Cabbage in Crock Pot

Step 6

Next, top the brisket with all of your cut up cabbage slices.

Note:

 

Butter on Sliced Cabbage in Crock Pot

Step 7

Add butter to the top of the cabbage. Don’t worry about mixing it in.

Step 8

Lastly, pour your chicken stock over the top of the cabbage, spreading around where you pour it.

 

Lid on Crock Pot

Step 9

Add the lid to your Crock Pot and turn on high heat.

Step 10

Cook for 6 hours on high.

Note:

 

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Overhead of Corned Beef next to Cabbage on Plate

This is great on its own but you can also serve it with fried potatoes for crunch or mashed potatoes for creamy. Both will taste delicious but we prefer the crunch of crispy fried potatoes. Carrots are also a great way to add additional vegetables to the meal but we usually skip them.

 

Corned Beef next to Cabbage on Plate

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This Crock Pot corned beef and cabbage dinner is the most delicious and easy recipe you’ll ever eat. Even the kiddos love when we make this dish, which is high praise coming from broccoli Nazis. Even better, this recipe makes 10 servings so you can invite friends and family over for dinner. Or, you can just munch on the leftovers for a couple of days. Don’t worry. It’s just as delicious reheated.

Yield: 8-10 Servings

Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage

Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 hours
Total Time 5 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • Corned Beef Brisket
  • 1 Head of Cabbage
  • 1/4 Cup of Butter or Margarine
  • 1/2 Cup Chicken Stock

Instructions

  1. First, rinse your head of cabbage and cut into quarters.
  2. Then remove the core from each cabbage quarter.
  3. Next, slice each cabbage quarter down the length so that you have small strips of fresh cabbage and set aside in a bowl.
  4. Place your corned beef brisket in your Crock Pot, fat side down.
  5. Then top the brisket with the seasoning packet included.
  6. Next, top the brisket with all of your cut up cabbage slices.
  7. Add butter to the top of the cabbage. Don’t worry about mixing it in.
  8. Lastly, pour your chicken stock over the top of the cabbage, spreading around where you pour it.
  9. Add the lid to your Crock Pot and turn on high heat.
  10. Cook for 5 hours on high.

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