September 15, 2014

Crockpot Beef Stroganoff + Fall Loves

Fall is among us and I adore it!  Hoodies, boots of all heights, stockings, long skirts, browns, golds, and deep red colors; and all things pumpkin. of course.

I tend to use my crock pot a lot more in the fall and winter months for the obvious reason that it's easy but I'm all about a good hearty meal.  Stews, chili's and soups.  I can't wait to round up more recipes like those!

Last week I made a delicious and simple beef stroganoff in the crock pot and we had it served over egg noddles.  I love a good stroganoff and this recipe was just that.  Tasty and hearty. 

Mushrooms, onions and tender beef mixed in a gorgeous brown and silky sauce served over hot noodles.  Perfection indeed.  This hit the spot.

Crockpot Beef Stroganoff

You'll need:

I used frozen beef. {needed to find a use for it}. No worries, it still melts down and cooks perfectly in the crock pot.

-One package of cubed beef/ tenderloin or stir fry pieces. Frozen or not.
-Chop one medium onion in slices and place on top of the beef.
-One can of either golden mushroom soup or cream of mushroom. * I only had cream of chicken AND mushroom which I'm not sure who made that purchase but it wasn't me.  It still worked.
-One can of sliced mushrooms
-1 tbsp. of Worcestershire sauce
-1 small container of sour cream
-salt and pepper, fresh or dried parsley leaves
-Stir well to combine.

Cook on LOW for 8-10 hours.  8 hours is plenty of time to get everything cooked down nicely and become creamy.

Here's what you should do:
Get home from work.  your house will smell incredible. Make yourself a plate. Devour. Enjoy.

This was such a "fally" meal to me. 

I didn't have time this weekend, but with seeing everyone's instagram photos of pumpkin candles and Halloween candy and sprinkles, I need to make a trip ASAP to Target and Home Goods.

Here are a few of my current fall favs:

I love a good smelling air freshener.

Deep wine color nail polish.

It's fun when your friend owns the same flip flops as you do.


Here's to more fally/pumpkin purchases!

Your favorite thing about Fall?

What's your favorite season?

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