This dump and go Crockpot London Broil is an easy and delicious all-in-one pot dinner. Hearty and ultra-tender beef is slow cooked in a rich, savory brown gravy with potatoes and carrots. Perfect for busy weeknights!
Why You’ll Love This Slow Cooker London Broil Recipe
This super easy crockpot London broil recipe is perfect for a cozy night in or a weekend family dinner. Here’s why you’ll love it:
- Tender and Juicy: London broil is generally a tougher cut of meat, which is why it’s less expensive than others. Once we simmer it all day in a rich gravy, it becomes oh-so-tender and juicy!
- That Gravy: While the London broil is the star, the rich and flavorful brown gravy deserves an award for best support! It’s the perfect compliment to the beef, carrots, and potatoes.
- Super Easy: All you need to do is dump all the ingredients into the slow cooker and turn it on. The crockpot will do all the hard work for you!
- Family Friendly: Juicy, tender beef with soft carrots and juicy potatoes in a rich brown gravy? Even the kids will love this comforting, easy dinner!
- Perfect for Leftovers: This recipe makes great leftovers and the flavors are somehow even better the next day.
If you love this cut of meat, try our easy air fryer London broil as well!
Ingredients for Crockpot London Broil
With the exception of the meat itself, you may have everything you need for this crock pot London broil. Scroll down to the recipe card for exact amounts.
- London Broil: London broil is a term used for a few different cuts of meat like top-round steak, topside or flank steak. They’re best cooked low and slow.
- Worcestershire Sauce: Adds a great depth to the gravy and helps bring out the beef flavor.
- Seasonings: Garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper.
- Veggies: Yellow onion, small golden potatoes and baby carrots.
- Cream of Mushroom Soup: You can also use cream of onion, celery, etc.
How to Make London Broil in Crockpot
Are you ready to learn how to make this mouth-watering London broil for the slow cooker? You’re in luck because it’s super easy! Scroll to the recipe card at bottom of the post for full detailed instructions.
- Optional: Let the London broil rest on the counter for 30 minutes to come to room temperature. Sear in a skillet over medium-high heat, with a little oil, until each side is golden brown. This helps deepen the beef flavor when cooking a London broil in crock pot.
- Layer: Place the London broil on the bottom of a 7-quart crockpot (or larger) followed by the Worcestershire sauce and seasonings. Cover the meat with cream of mushroom soup. Add the vegetables on top.
- Slow Cook: Place the lid on the crockpot and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours, or on high for 4 to 6 hours if you’re in a hurry. The meat is done when you can easily shred it with a fork. Serve warm and enjoy!
Tips and Variations
A few tips and variation ideas to ensure you get the best results:
- Low Sodium: If sodium is a concern, grab the low-sodium version of cream of mushroom soup.
- Onion: We recommend cutting your onion into larger pieces, otherwise they can almost disappear in the gravy as they cook.
- More Veggies: If you’d like to add more vegetables, try sliced mushrooms or sweet peas. Wait to add the peas till the end as they just need to warm up. The slight pop of sweetness is great against the richness of this dish.
- Potatoes: We used baby gold potatoes as you do not need to cut them before adding. The potatoes turned out perfect, tender and soft. If using a larger potato, we suggest peeling the skin and cutting the potatoes into quarters.
- To Sear or Not: Searing adds an extra depth of flavor, but this crock pot London broil will turn out great either way. If you have the time, sear it! If you are in a rush and skip it, no one else will know the difference. We usually do not sear our London broil and everyone gobbles it up!
- Easier Cleanup: Save time scrubbing your crockpot by using a crockpot liner. Just toss it in the trash when dinner is done!
What To Serve With Crock Pot London Broil
This is one of those wonderful one-pot meals that is a complete dinner! However you can add a few more tasty sides to round out your meal. Here are a few ideas:
- Salad: A refreshing green salad with poppy seed salad dressing, or this strawberry spinach salad, are great lighter pairings.
- Bread: Soft, warm rolls, crusty bread or a slice of beer bread are all great ideas to soak up some of the gravy. These buttery herb air fryer crescent rolls would also be delicious!
- Green Vegetables: With carrots and potatoes already in the dish, roasted green beans or air fryer Brussels sprouts are great additions.
How to Store and Reheat Leftovers
This tender London broil crock pot recipe luckily makes the best leftovers too! Here are your storage options and how to reheat:
- Refrigerate: Store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days.
- Reheat: If you’re reheating a small portion, the microwave will be your quickest bet. If you’re reheating for multiple people and have some time, we recommend reheating it in the slow cooker! Reheat on high for about 30 minutes, giving it a good stir a few times.
- Freeze: You can freeze leftover London broil for up to 3 months in an airtight container or freezer bag. We usually only keep the beef since potatoes can get mealy in the freezer. Thaw overnight in the fridge before reheating.
More Crockpot Easy Dinner Ideas
- Crockpot Pot Roast
- Crockpot Chili
- Crockpot Shredded Beef
- Crockpot Pepper Steak
- Best Crockpot Beef Stew
- Crockpot Beef Tips
Crockpot London Broil
- 2 lb London broil
- 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
- 1 ½ teaspoons garlic powder
- 1 ½ teaspoons onion powder
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon freshly cracked black pepper
- 1 (10.5 oz) can cream of mushroom soup
- 1 large yellow onion, sliced
- 1 lb small golden potatoes
- 2 cups baby carrots
- Optional: Set the London broil on the counter for 30 minutes to warm to room temperature. Sear in a hot skillet with a little oil on each side until golden brown. (This will help deepen the beef flavor, but is optional!)
- Place the London broil in the bottom of a 7-quart crockpot (or larger). Pour the Worcestershire sauce over the top of the meat. Season the meat with garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper.
- Cover the meat with the cream of mushroom soup, spreading the soup to coat the top of the meat. Top with the onion, potatoes and carrots.
- Place the lid on the crockpot and cook on low for 6 to 8 hours, or high 4 to 6 hours, until fork tender. (The longer and slower cook time will give the most tender results.) Serve warm!