Crock Pot Cubed Steak Recipe

Crockpot Cubed Steak Recipe
There is nothing better than coming home after a long day and having a fantastic dinner ready to eat. Thanks to my crock pot I am able to do this with little to no effort required. Last week I had some cubed steak that I needed to cook so I decided to throw a few things into the crock pot all day and to my delight it turned out delicious.

Here is what you need:
-Family Pack of Cube Steaks-(About 5-7)
-1 Can of Cream of Mushroom Soup
-1 Can of Condensed French Onion Soup
-8 oz of Sliced Mushrooms
-1 Medium White Onion
-1 Clove of Garlic
-1 tsp of Salt
-1 tsp of Pepper
-1 Package of Brown Gravy Mix
-1 Can of water

1. Slice the Onion into rings. Place at the bottom of the crock pot. Add the minced garlic and mushrooms
2. Next season the Cubed Steak with the salt and pepper and place on top of the onions, mushrooms and garlic.
3. In a small bowl mix the cream of mushroom soup, french onion soup, 1 can of water and gravy mix together. Pour on top of the cubed steak.
4. Cook on High in the crock pot for about 6 hours or low for 8 hours.

cubed steak recipe

The recipe is so easy and trust me when I say it is REALLY good! Serve with a side of Mashed potatoes or on top of egg noodles for a complete meal.

Menu Plan Monday

I’m a little bit sad this week because it’s the last week of summer vacation for my kids. Jeremy will be heading into 3rd grade on Monday and Aubrey will be starting her first day of Pre-K on Tuesday. It’s been a really long time since I have been at home alone like this so I am having a bit of mixed emotions, hopefully I will love being able to catch up on things with those few extra hours to myself. Probably cleaning, cooking and blogging so that I can spend time with them when they get home!

Menu Plan Monday-A list of dinner recipes for the whole week.

So here is what is on the menu plan for this week.

Monday: Monkey Bread Pizza

Tuesday: Cheeseburgers

Wednesday: Beans and Cornbread

Thursday: Leftovers

Friday: Easy Sloppy Joes

Saturday: Parmesan Panko Crusted Chicken

Sunday: Crock Pot Beef Stroganoff

Have a great week!

What’s For Dinner?

Every wonder what your favorite bloggers are like in real life?! Well that’s exactly why I am participating in a fun blog carnival with several other bloggers and the theme is Get To Know Me. Today is all about what’s in your kitchen so without further ado here is a picture of my refridgerator and pantry.

The Fridge

YIKES!! I think it’s time to go grocery shopping, I feed my kids I swear.LOL!

The Pantry


Our Pantry is more like a closet that opens it has shelves on the 6 total shelves on the front, back and sides and on the very back wall are larger shelves for bigger things like boxes of cereal etc.

Thanks to Trisha for hosting this challenge. If you want to participate and show “what’s for dinner” at your house you can stop by her site.

Menu Plan Monday

It’s gonna be a HOT one this week! Oklahoma is looking at temps near 111 farenheit most of the week and to be honest with you I am not looking forward to it. I’m going to try and cook simple things this week or use my crockpot because having the oven on, is just not an option when their is a heat wave in the area. I would love to hear what is on your menu plan this week, you can leave me a comment below or contact me through email. Also if you have a special recipe you would like featured on Menu Plan Monday be sure to send me a message.

Here is what’s on this week’s dinner menu:

Monday: French Dip Sandwiches

Tuesday: Cheesy Chicken and Yellow Rice

Wednesday: Homemade Pancakes and Eggs

Thursday: Leftovers

Friday: Lemon Herb Chicken and Veggie Kabob

Saturday: Pulled Pork Sandwiches

Sunday: Seafood Pesto Pasta

Have a great week and try and stay cool!

Menu Plan Monday

I hope everyone had a fantastic weekend! Welcome to another round of Menu Plan Monday where you can find all of my favorite recipes that I plan on making for the week. Menu Plans are so helpful in saving time, money and your sanity. I have been menu planning for a couple of years now and it helps to know what your going to make before hand so that when you go to the store you can get everything you need and have it when your ready to cook. Soooo here is what is on this week’s Menu.

Monday: Chicken Pilaf

Tuesday: Shrimp Tacos

Wednesday: Poor Mans Dinner

Thursday: Easy Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole

Friday: Empanadas

Saturday: Pineapple Teriyaki Chicken

Sunday: Leftovers

Have a great week!

Menu Plan Monday

I hope everyone had a fantastic weekend! It’s been a hot week but the forecasters say that hopefully it will start to “cool” down a little bit into the 90′s so at least we might be able to do more things outside in the next few days. Below is a list of what I have planned for the menu this week. I would love to hear what is on your menu plan below or if you have a favorite recipe you would like featured on the menu plan leave me a comment below or drop me an email. Thanks so much and have a great week!

Here is this week’s menu plan:

Monday: Ranch Chicken Tacos

Tuesday: Crockpot Cheeseburger Macaroni

Wednesday: Sandwiches or Leftovers

Thursday: Crockpot Pork Chops

Friday: Honey Bear French Toast

Saturday: Mushroom Swiss Burgers

Sunday: Steak with Baked Potatoes

 

Menu Plan Monday

Happy Monday! It took me a few days to recover from my trip to LA last week but now that I had some time to rest I feel back to normal and ready to get things back on track. Below are some of the recipes that I will be trying out this week on the menu plan this week. As always I would love to hear what your having on your menu this week or if you have a recipe you would like featured on the Menu Plan Monday send me an email with the link or leave me a comment below. Thanks and have a great week.

Monday: Chicken Crescent Bundles

Tuesday: Nacho Bake

Wednesday: Get Yo’ Man Chicken

Thursday: Mini Reuben Sandwiches

Friday: Mini  Honey Mustard Meatloafs

Saturday: Grilled Island Chicken Kabobs

Sunday: Slow Cooker BBQ Franks

Have a great week!

Menu Plan Monday

Summer Break is officially here! I am so excited about having both of my kids home for the entire summer, we have lot’s of activities planned and I have a feeling it’s going to be a busy next couple of months. My son Jeremy just turned 8 last week and he loves to help out in the kitchen so I am hoping to let him get in their and try his hand out at a few kid friendly recipes. We will see how that turns out! In the meantime here is the menu plan for this week.

Monday: Steak Stuffed Twice Baked Potatoes

Tuesday: Crunchy Lemonade Chicken Tenders

Wednesday: Chips and Chili Cheese Casserole

Thursday: Leftovers

Friday: Stuffed Crust Pizza

Saturday: Herb Roasted Garlic Lime Shrimp

Sunday: Slow Cooker Asian Pulled Pork Over Rice

What are you having this week?! I would love to hear all of your favorite recipes.

Poor Man’s Dinner Recipe

Last year my family and I headed to Silver Dollar City for a quick weekend vacation. While we were there we had one of the most delicious meals I had even eaten at an amusement park. I didn’t remember what it was called but decided that I would try to come up with my own version of this Poor Man’s Dinner Recipe. Now it’s not the prettiest meal but it sure tastes good.

Poor Man’s Dinner Recipe
Recipe Type: Entree
Prep time: 10 mins
Cook time: 25 mins
Total time: 35 mins
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 1 Package of Smoked Sausage (Any Kind)
  • 1 Can of Green Beans
  • 1 Can of Corn
  • 2 Tablespoons of Olive Oil
  • 5 Potatoes (About 2 Cups Sliced)
  • 1/2 Onion
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 1/4 Cup of Water
Instructions
  1. Pour your oil into a large skillet and heat on medium heat.
  2. Slice your onion and place in the heated oil in the skillet.
  3. While your onions are cooking cut up your potatoes into large cubes and add them to the skillet. Stir everything together well.
  4. While the potatoes and onions are cooking slice up your sausage and add them to the pan. Add a little bit of salt and pepper (to taste) and stir well.
  5. Add 1/4 Cup of Water, stir and Cover the pan.
  6. Cook for about 10 Minutes, occasionally stirring the potatoes so they don’t stick to the pan. You want to make sure you cook the potatoes until they are soft.
  7. Drain the can of corn and green beans and add to the pan. Heat Through.
  8. Enjoy!