Corned Beef and Cabbage (Crock Pot)

Total Time
8hrs 15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 8 hrs

Here is an easy way to fix your Corned Beef and Cabbage, in the Crock pot! I found this recipe in The Best Slow Cooker Cookbook Ever

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine the water vinegar, sugar, pepper and onions, in a 6 qt crock pot and mix well.
  2. Place corned beef and contents of spice packet in the mixture.
  3. Scatter the potatoes over the top and along the sides.
  4. Cover and cook on high heat setting 4 hours.
  5. Remove the lid and scatter the cabbage wedges over the top.
  6. Cover and continue cooking on high 3-4 hours longer, or until beef is tender.
  7. To serve, carve the beef into slices against the grain and serve with the cabbage and potatoes, with some of the cooking liquid spooned on top of the beef to keep it moist.
Most Helpful

4 5

Good flavor but you have to watch the time. I put the cabbage in after 4 hours but had to take the potatoes out as they were done. The cabbage was done after another 1 1/2 hours. I think the recipe would probably work out time wise if cooked on low. I'll try it that way next time. I'd like for it to be a true load the crock pot and walk away recipe. And it may just be my crock pot.

5 5

We loved this recipe! I did adjust the times a bit. I added the potatoes and some carrots after about 4 1/2 hours and I added the cabbage after about 7 hours so it wouldn't be too soggy. It all turned out perfectly for our tastes. I did skip the onions because when I have added them early in the past they turn out too mushy, but next time I will try adding them with the potatoes or maybe even with the cabbage. I used a 4 pound corned beef and everything was done in 8 1/2 hours. Thanks, Bev, for the simple and delicious recipe!

5 5

Loved it! I looked for a Corned Beef and Cabbage receipe for our recent St Patrick's Day dinner. Wanted something tasty and simple and this recipe fit the bill to a T.

Reading other reviews on here, I took their advice and waited to put my cabbage and potatoes in. At the five hour mark, I added the cabbage, potatoes and a bag of baby carrots. Cooked on high for another hour and a half. Came out wonderfully!

The only changes I made was to delete the sugar (didn't miss it a bit) and add a bag of baby carrots. When I make this again, I would turn the heat down from high to low for a good portion of the time as the corned beef literally fell apart. While awesomely tasty, I would have preferred it slightly more firm.

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