Here are recipes and tips from food bloggers for perfect corned beef in the slow cooker! Hope you’re getting ready for St. Patrick’s Day. Use Recipe Round-Ups to find more holiday recipe collections like this one!
St. Patrick’s Day is coming next week, and we recently featured Instant Pot Corned Beef, so I wanted to remind you that Slow Cooker Corned Beef is also a delicious option for St. Patrick’s Day eats! This post has so many good ideas for Slow Cooker Corned Beef, and we’re featuring it again to get you in the mood for March 17. Corned beef is definitely not the most photogenic of foods, but if you’re a corned beef lover like I am, I bet all these look good! And on Kalyn’s Kitchen I recently posted The BEST Low-Carb Corned Beef Recipes, which has good ideas for leftover corned beef.
Slow Cooker Corned Beef was something I made every year in the days before I had an Instant Pot. Now I’d have a hard time deciding which method I prefer! But no matter whether you use the slow cooker or the Instant Pot, I hope you get to enjoy some delicious corned beef on March 17!
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The photo above is my own Corned Beef with Veggies and Horseradish Sauce, something I’ve made for many years in the slow cooker. I’ll be making that again this year, although these days I’d probably make Roasted Cabbage with Lemon instead of cooking the cabbage in the slow cooker.
Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage from Foodie Crush has all the ingredients that make this Irish-American dish a classic.
This Dijon Corned Beef in the Slow Cooker from A Year of Slow Cooker has a paste of honey, brown sugar, mustard, and cloves rubbed on the meat before it cooks all day in the slow cooker.
I’m completely intrigued by this Slow Cook Thai Coconut Corned Beef and Cabbage from Belly Full, and I love these flavors so I’m sure I’d like it!
I love the idea of using rainbow carrots in the Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage from Rachel Cooks!
Slow Cooker Corned Beef from Your HomeBased Mom has potatoes and carrots added halfway through the cooking time.
I’m a big horseradish fan, so I love the sound of this Corned Beef with Horseradish Cream from Skinnytaste.
I love this Slow Cooker Melt-in-Your-Mouth Corned Beef and Cabbage from The Perfect Pantry, where the corned beef, potatoes, and carrots are cooked in chunks; then shredded cabbage is added at the end with and it’s served with a maple white balsamic vinegar glaze.
Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage from Simple Nourished Living cooks the vegetables with the corned beef but adds the cabbage near the end.
Slow Cooker Corned Beef with Horseradish-Mustard Sauce from The Perfect Pantry also sounds great.
Another idea from Skinnytaste, this Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage adds a generous amount of parsley to bump up the green factor!
Stephanie also has Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Vegetables at A Year of Slow Cooking, which she assembled the night before and then cooked the next day. If you have two slow cookers, you could make her Roasted Cabbage and Vegetables and cook the veggies separately.
There’s a little bit of Guinness added to this Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage from Slender Kitchen. Kristen does serve this with cabbage, but she cooks it separately so the cabbage will keep some crunch.
Crockpot Corned Beef and Cabbage from Family Fresh Meals cooks the corned beef, potatoes, carrots, and cabbage, with each vegetable added at the right time to cook it perfectly.
This Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage from The Merlin Menu uses partly apple juice along with water to cook the corned beef, which I think sounds like a great idea! When it’s done the meat is spread with a mixture of brown mustard and brown sugar and browned under the broiler.
What’s Cookin’ Chicago has Beer Braised Corned Beef that’s also flavored with vegetables, chicken stock, and spices.
Are you cooking corned beef and cabbage in your slow cooker for St. Patrick’s Day? If you have experience with this dish, we’d love to have you share any tips or your recipe link in the comments.