Easy Crockpot Beef Enchiladas

Okay these beef enchiladas are so easy! Just through the stuff in the crockpot in the morning then all you have to do is scoop some of the meat mixture, add the cheese, roll up and bake a few minutes! SO easy and SO delicious! A family favorite for sure! We LOVE Mexican food around here and enchiladas are our fave! I love these easy crockpot beef enchiladas because the effort to deliciousness ratio is definitely on point! All you do is put your meat (even frozen works) and sauce stuff in the crock pot in the morning, and then when it is almost dinner time you just add a scoop of your perfectly cooked meat and a bit of cheese in a tortilla and you are ready to go! Simple and delicious! This recipe definitely needs to be added into your rotation! 

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Okay these beef enchiladas are so easy! Just through the stuff in the crockpot in the morning then all you have to do is scoop some of the meat mixture, add the cheese, roll up and bake a few minutes! SO easy and SO delicious! A family favorite for sure!

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Okay these beef enchiladas are so easy! Just through the stuff in the crockpot in the morning then all you have to do is scoop some of the meat mixture, add the cheese, roll up and bake a few minutes! SO easy and SO delicious! A family favorite for sure!
Easy Crockpot Beef Enchiladas
Ingredients
  • 1 package beef stew meat
  • 1 can your favorite red enchilada sauce
  • 2 beef boullion cubes
  • tortillas
  • shredded cheese
  • lettuce sour cream and salsa to garnish optional
Instructions
  1. In the morning, add your stew meat, enchilada sauce and beef bouillon cubes to the slow cooker and cook on low.
  2. 30 minutes before you are ready to eat, assemble your enchiladas by adding meat and cheese in your tortillas.
  3. Cover rolled up enchiladas with remaining sauce and sprinkle with any leftover cheese.
  4. Bake at 350 for 10-15 minutes or until cheese is melted and bubbling.
  5. Enjoy!

Okay these beef enchiladas are so easy! Just through the stuff in the crockpot in the morning then all you have to do is scoop some of the meat mixture, add the cheese, roll up and bake a few minutes! SO easy and SO delicious! A family favorite for sure! It doesn’t get any easier than that for a filling, home cooked meal am I right?! We like to serve ours with refried beans, lettuce, salsa and sour cream! Mexican rice would go great with these babies as well!

Okay these beef enchiladas are so easy! Just through the stuff in the crockpot in the morning then all you have to do is scoop some of the meat mixture, add the cheese, roll up and bake a few minutes! SO easy and SO delicious! A family favorite for sure! Dinner prep made easy! Now you will have a little extra time to watch your fave show on Netflix ;). Have a good one, friends!

xo,

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    Harmony

    I thought I had she meat, but only have changed steak so I am trying that!

      Harmony

      Stew meat

        Sarah

        I think that should work great!

          Harmony

          It was delicious! Thank you for the recipe.

            Jessica

            Yay!!! So glad, thanks for letting us know!

    Lisa Rasmuson Rigby

    These look delicious! How long do you cook the stew meat in the slow cooker?

      Sarah + Jessica

      Basically just as long as you have! It can be done in as short as six hours and sometimes I leave it 12! I like to do low and slow so the longer it cooks the easier it will fall apart and the more tender it will be!