Saturday, 2 January 2016

Slimming World Beef One Pot

Now that all that Christmas junk binging out of the way is my slow cooker has been getting a hammering! You can beat a nice slow cooked stew and I love the fact I can chuck all the ingredients and just leave it cooking away all day.
You Will Need
400g Diced beef
10 New Potatoes (optional)
1 Red Pepper
1 Yellow Pepper
4 Carrots
2 Large onions
1 litre of beef stock

Method
1. Prepare all your vegetables
2. Brown your beef off
3. Put into slow cooker with 1 litre of stock
4. Cook on high for 4 hours or low for 8 hours.
Simple beef one pot, serve with extra vegetable to increase your speed intake. If you have your healthy B choice you could enjoy a wholemeal roll or pitta.
Enjoy
Mandy
xx

14 comments:

  1. Very nice and simple to do, wonderful recipe, I know its a Slimming World for healthy food, but would treat myself to a slice or two of wholemeal bread with the dreaded butter as an extra treat.

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  2. My new years resolution is to lose two stone- this is a great winter warmer and will suit my diet fine thank you!!!!

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  3. Love to see slow cooker recipes, even more so when they ar Slimming world!
    Are there potatoes in there too? Couldn't see them in the recipe?

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  4. I am trying to lose weight too and this looks a heartening and warming meal

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  5. Love a beef casserole, even better when it's all cooked in one pot

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  6. how yummy is this im going to make it.

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  7. I shall make this it looks yummy.

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  8. That looks so nice I'm going to have to give it a go!

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  9. Yum, it looks so good. I lie to add a tin of toms to it to for a little boost in flavour. Mich x

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  10. Ahh, looks lovely. I've not had my slow cooker out this winter but i'm going to have to for a nice warming beef one pot =)

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  11. Looks very delicious :) Thank you for sharing X x

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  12. Looks yummy and easy to make too
    Thankyou for the recipe

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