Easy London Broil Crock Pot Recipe is hands down the best way to cook London broil. It’s tender London broil marinated and slow cooked with onions until it’s practically falling apart.

If you’re making this Easy London Broil Crock Pot Recipe, you might want to check out my London Broil Marinade to add to this recipe. You can also serve this with Garlic Parmesan Mashed Potatoes.

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Easy London Broil Crock Pot Recipe

This Easy London Broil Crock Pot Recipe is one of my all-time favorite ways to cook London Broil. Not only is it super easy to put together, but it also adds a ton of flavor to the dish. When you’re ready to eat, the meat will be so tender that it’s practically falling apart. It’ll be your new favorite go-to recipe once grilling season is over!

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How to cook London broil in the crock pot?

Making this London broil crock pot recipe is really simple! Here is what you need to make this recipe:

I’m not kidding when I say this is a really easy London broil recipe! Here is how to cook London broil in the crock pot:

  1. Slice onions and place them in the bottom of the crock pot.
  2. Place London Broil in the crock pot.
  3. Either marinate London broil the night before, or pour the marinade over the London broil.
  4. Close lid and cook the London broil slow cooker style.

That’s it! Only 4 easy steps. And now that you know how to cook London broil in the crock pot, you’ll never want to make it any other way again!

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Is London broil a good cut of meat?

London broil is technically a cooking technique, not a cut of meat. It’s made by marinated and broiling the meat, then cutting it in thin strips.

However, a few different cuts of meat will be labeled as London Broil at the grocery store, such as flank steak and top round steak. For this recipe, I’m talking about these cuts of meat, which I aways find labeled “London Broil” at my local grocery store.

What is the best way to cook London broil in the crock pot?

The best way to cook London broil is in the crock pot, if we’ve learned anything from this recipe! And it’s super easy to do. I like to put some vegetables down on the bottom, because the meat will drip juices down and they will marinate in a really great beef broth, adding tons of flavor.

So if you ask me, the best way to cook London broil in the crock pot is to add a good pile of onions, or potatoes, underneath it. Then let it go low and slow all day. If you cook it on high, the meat won’t get as tender as it could be.

You can also try to broil it, or grill it. Honestly, London broil is good any way you do it. But a good London broil slow cooker recipe is my personal favorite, because it requires the least amount of effort.

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4 More Crock Pot Recipes To Go With This Easy London Broil Recipe!

If you love this London Broil Crock Pot recipe, you might also like these other crock pot recipes!

  1. Crock Pot Cheeseburger Soup Recipe – It’s like a cheeseburger in a bowl!
  2. Slow Cooker Pork Chops & Potatoes – It’s a full meal in one slow cooker. Minimal effort and cleanup!
  3. Slow Cooker Mongolian Beef – Sweet beef made in the slow cooker and served over rice. Delicious!
  4. BBQ Slow Cooker Pork Loin & Sweet Potatoes – Another one pot dish, tender pork loin with sweet potatoes!

london broil crock pot recipe

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Easy London Broil Crock Pot Recipe

Easy London Broil Crock Pot Recipe is hands down the best way to cook London broil. It’s tender London broil marinated and slow cooked with onions until it’s practically falling apart.
Prep Time: 10 mins
Cook Time: 4 hrs
Total Time: 4 hrs 10 mins
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Author: DishingDelish.com
Yield: 8 servings

Ingredients
 
 

Instructions
 

  • Marinate meat 1 hour before (or 24 hours refrigerated, if you have time). 
  • Place sliced onions on bottom of slow cooker, and put London broil on top of onions. 
  • Cover and cook on HIGH 4 hours, or LOW 8 hours

Notes

Click on the time in the instructions to start a timer!
If you don't have time to marinate the meat, just pour some marinade over the meat once you place it in the slow cooker. It'll still taste great!

Nutrition

Calories: 344kcal (17%)Carbohydrates: 11g (4%)Protein: 54g (108%)Fat: 8g (12%)Saturated Fat: 3g (19%)Cholesterol: 138mg (46%)Sodium: 431mg (19%)Potassium: 953mg (27%)Fiber: 1g (4%)Sugar: 8g (9%)Vitamin C: 4mg (5%)Calcium: 66mg (7%)Iron: 5mg (28%)
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