Crockpot French Dip Sandwiches

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Ahhhhh Sunday.  I needed Sunday.  We went to church in the morning and then I took a little Sunday drive by myself while the boys (all 3 of them) napped. I listened to music, sipped a soy latte and cleared my head.  It was refreshing after all of my stressful ob-gyn stuff.  I’m still stressed about it though.  Seriously.  I’m trying to pray about it but the whole thing just frustrates me.  The whole thing.  What a mess.

I put a crockpot on in the morning and it was so nice not to have to think about dinner come 4:30/5:00.  I adore my crockpot on busy and/or stressful days and it’s how I get a delicious meal on the table when I know it’s going to be one of ‘those days’.  After dinner, I’m always unsure why I put it away though.  I clean it then want to sit down and plan more of the weeks dinners around it.  I love this way of cooking!

This is the crockpot meal I put together yesterday and our house smelled amazing all day long!  The boys were very pleased when dinner was served… they are such beef lovers!  Try this recipe asap; it’s a perfect meal on a cold winters day!

Ingredients

4 pounds Rump Roast (trim fat) or Chuck Roast (what I used)

1 can Beef Broth

1 can Condensed French Onion Soup

1 bottle of Beer (dark beer is best)

1 package Mushrooms, sliced

1 packet Onion Soup Mix

Garlic Powder, shake over all the ingredients and beef

1 Tbsp. Worchestire Sauce

Freshly Ground Black Pepper

Directions

Put all of the above ingredients in the crockpot.

Cook on low for 8-10 hours.

Serve on French Rolls toppes with Shredded Mozzarella & Shredded Lettuce.

Serve the remaining juices (in crockpot) in little cups for dipping.

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My family loved these sandwiches and the boys especially loved having their own little cup of “dipping soup”!  I steamed green beans as a side veggie and we had a great Sunday family dinner.  This recipe is definitely a keeper!

Enjoy!

xo

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