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How to make a complete steak dinner in a crockpot #slowcooker

I am so excited to share with you this recipe for how to make a complete steak dinner in a crockpot. My brother in law sent me this recipe and we tweaked it to our perfection. My family was thrilled with the outcome! You can use any cut of meat that you desire. The moist cooking method of the crockpot will actually tenderize any cut of meat very well.

How to make a complete steak dinner in a crockpot #slowcooker

My BIL used russet potatoes and they didn’t get thoroughly cooked so when I made it he gave me the idea to switch to red potatoes which worked really well. My son, husband and Walker (my sons best friend) loved every single bite! This was enough to feed all four of us (the boys are 8). I did use large cuts of meat so each adult shared with the kids.

How to make a complete steak dinner in a crockpot #slowcooker

I served this with Sugar Cornbread.  It was a huge hit at our house!  Even my husband said he could make it!  The steak was so moist and the ease of prep to finish was out of this world.  I may never grill a steak again!  Not to mention how great this will be in the winter.  My Crockpot is a 6 qt size.  I think this recipe would also work well with this steak marinade – it is seriously the BEST steak marinade ever!

We have also adapted this to a Complete Pork Chop Dinner in a Crockpot and a Complete Chicken Dinner in a Crockpot too!

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Complete Steak Dinner in a Crockpot
Recipe type: Crockpot
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Serves: 4
  • 2 Ribeye Steaks
  • 1 bottle of Steak Sauce of Choice (I used Country Bobs)
  • Steak Seasoning of Choice (I used Rendezvous)
  • 8-10 red potatoes
  • 4 ears of corn
  • butter
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  1. Place two (huge) Ribeye Steaks (or other cut of your choice) into the bottom of your crockpot.
  2. Sprinkle to cover with steak seasoning of your choice
  3. Pour ½ to ¾ cup steak sauce over steaks (I used almost a full bottle of Country Bobs All Purpose Sauce)
  4. Take a sheet of foil and top over the steaks
  5. Spritz the top with either cooking oil or Pam
  6. Place a layer of red potatoes on the foil and sprinkle sea salt over
  7. Add another layer of foil and cover the potatoes tightly to form a seal (this will allow the potatoes to steam
  8. Take 4 ears of corn and add butter, salt and pepper and roll tightly in aluminum foil.
  9. Place the ears of corn on top of the foil and then place the lid on tight.
  10. Do not open the lid.
  11. Cook for 6-7 hours on low


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  1. Jess says

    Do you think you could use this same method with more than 2 steaks? I think 3 large ones would work for the 4 of us. Stack them?

    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says

      I think 3 would work for sure! I am not sure about stacking. My 2 steaks were huge but I could have fit one more!

  2. Lisa says

    We don’t usually use steak sauce with our steaks…anyone try it without or with another type of liquid? This looks so easy and delicious!!

  3. Jenn says

    We tried this recipe tonight. Overall we thought it was pretty good, but not what we expected. Everything was cooked well and tasted good, but the steak tasted more like a roast. We both usually like our steak med. rare/med so it was just a little more done for our liking. Next time we are going to try this with pork chops and BBQ sauce instead!

  4. BJ Scott says

    This a fantastic way to make dinner, we used London Broil, and it was so tender, and flavorful Cant wait to do pork chop like that Thank you.

  5. Melissa says

    Hubby starts his new job this week, so glad I found all these complete CP meals. Can I use another sauce besides what you used? I’ve never heard of it before, I don’t care for BBQ sauce on steak or A1.

    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says

      You can use any sauce you want or you can even create your own. You do need a sauce though of some kind.

  6. says

    Hello! I never thought of doing this with steak! YUM. And including corn on the cob. Brilliant!

    I saw that Cracker Barrell now has similar “foil packet” meals which I have done in the oven for years. But definitely is good stuff!

    I do use the same crockpot – one meal method for making BBQ chicken and my husband often complains that the potatoes aren’t done. Of course the temp of the meat going in makes a big difference on how cooked the potatoes get. I am going to switch to red potatoes thinking that will fix the problem for him.

    Thanks for the great post! I can’t wait to try this. My crockpot is the only way I can get dinner on the table and out of the kitchen at a decent time after work. I love this type of recipe.


    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says

      Thanks so much Gina! So glad you enjoy this and glad we can help. I don’t know what I would do without my crockpot!

  7. Scarlet says

    I am making this now. I am using russet potatoes and I peeled and sliced them in thick chunks. I covered them with salt, pepper, garlic, parsley and a few slices of butter. Placed them in a foil pouch and placed it on top of the steak. Not sure how its going to turn out but I’m hoping yummy. Will let you all know if it works out.

  8. Geri says

    I made this for the 4th of July. Used Ribeye and Country Bob’s, cut the red potatoes into chunks, and corn on the cob. It was very delish! This recipe is a keeper for me, thank you!

  9. Vicky Davis says

    We don’t like steak sauce of any kind at our house. Do you think the steak would still be tender without it?

    • Geri says

      Vicky, I don’t usually use steak sauce, but I like having Country Bob’s on hand for other things. The Country Bob’s sauce and the juices from the Ribeye turned into an au jus that was wonderful ladled over the diced potatoes for me!

  10. Sarah says

    Do you think it would be good with Worcestershire Sauce instead of BBQ sauce? That’s what I usually marinate my steaks in when I put them on the grill.

  11. Janet says

    Could this be put together at night and put in crockpot in morning? Just wondering about seasoning on steaks.

  12. Patrice says

    Fresh or frozen corn? We have a bunch frozen from our garden, but I’m wondering if it will turn out rubbery.

  13. Breanna says

    Has anyone tried cooking on high? shorter time? if so how much quicker was it? I saw a post above that said the stays were very well done at 7 hours, how much time should be cut so that it is still a bit pink? I prefer my steaks with a bit of pink still

  14. RoxyM. says

    The steak marinade you suggested, is it to marinade the steak before putting it in the crockpot? Or can I use it instead of the steak sauce to cover the steak?

    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says

      It will help the steak become moist in cooking and really flavorful by marinading it but you could also put it on top of the steak.

  15. Abby says

    I don’t have the corn, but I have russet potatoes. Would I need to cut down on the time if I’m not using corn?

  16. Tracey says

    I’m trying this tonight…unfortunately I can’t use fresh corn cause it’s out of season here and I’ve resorted to frozen. I hope it will come out Ok an not rubbery. I’m following your recipe to the tee just hope I like the flavors cause I never used them I couldn’t find rendezvous..I used a different brand. Wish me luck!

  17. Sharon says

    I’ve made this twice now & we’ve really, really enjoyed it. Second time, I added in mushrooms & onions with the red potatoes – yummy!

  18. Monica says

    Perhaps the potatoes didn’t cook originally because they weren’t on the bottom!??! I’ve been cooking in a crockpot for almost 30 years and have always been told the potatoes need to go on the bottom in order to cook properly.

  19. Kayla says

    How would this be adapted for one in a 1.5quart slow cooker? My sister just left for her first AirForce base out of state and I bought her a small crockpot since it is just her. Please advise asap want to send her recipes this week.

    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says

      Just adjust down and use 1 steak, a few potatoes and 1 ear of corn. As long as you have enough room to cook she should be ok.

    • Melissa@StockpilingMoms says

      Yes and best of all cheapest cuts work really well for this. A lesser grade sirloin (tri-tip) or a mock tender chuck steak is a perfect cut (or anything you find on manager’s special).

  20. Molly says

    I wanted to use onion soup mix and a water base to create a broath out of the mix.
    Any thoughts on whether or not this will actually work???
    It’s my first time cooking steak in any way I hope it works

  21. Adrian says

    Tried this recipe for a sports party tonight. Added a layer of chicken and some mini carrots instead of corn. Tasted great and was really easy prep. Thanks for the great idea!!!

  22. Mal says

    Put this in the crock pot this morning! Using tbones…frozen. They had to be at an angle because they were too big. Wish me luck! I didn’t use corn, and cut my russet potatoes in slices and put them in foil like we do on the grill. Instead of butter I used olive oil. I also put green beans in the foil with them! Thought about using carrots like one does for a roast.

  23. Susannah says

    Made this for dinner tonight and it was delicious! Only did steak and red potatoes
    I didn’t want to add bbq sauce (picky eaters) but I didn’t have beef broth- I used a can of French onion soup and it worked great!
    Thanks for sharing

  24. melissa says

    Planning to do this tonite.

    I love cooking baked russets in the crockpot – wrap in foil and cook several hours. No liquid needed. I’m not sure why the russets would not cook well in this recipe. I’m going to wrap mine in foil rather than laying on top and hopefully that will help.

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