Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage

Crock Pot Corned Beef and Cabbage

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 10 hrs 10 mins
  • Servings: 6
  • About This Recipe

    “This has the best smell while it cooks!”


  • 4 1/2 lbscorned beef brisket
  • 1/2 teaspoonpepper
  • 2mediumonions, quartered
  • 3tablespoonsvinegar
  • 1headcabbage, cut in wedges
  • 3tablespoonssugar
  • Directions

  • Combine ingredients in removable liner with cabbage on top.
  • Cut meat to fit, if necessary.
  • Place liner in base.
  • Cover and cook on low 10-12 hours; high 6-7 hours or auto 6-8 hours.
  • Reviews

  • “This is the easiest corned beef and cabbage recipe I’ve ever tried, and it was delicious! I cooked a 2.5 pound brisket, and used 1/2 a head of cabbage, but left all other measurements the same. Cooked on low for first 3 hours, then turned to high and added the cabbage. (I like cabbage a bit less mushy.) Added just 1/4 cup of water when I added the cabbage, and cooked another 3.5 hours on high. The juices from the corned beef permeated the cabbage, and the corned beef was fall-apart tender. Served this with the traditional boiled potatoes for an early St. Pat’s dinner.Leftovers will make great sandwiches! Faith and begorrah, Mirj, this one’s a keeper!:o)”

  • “I appreciate someone who does not load up the pot with carrots. I add just one single carrot to sweeten the cabbage.”

  • “My family uses a few more spices, but this is THE BEST UK food I’ve ever had! (Every single St. Patrick’s day I can remember… This is good…)”

  • “I followed the recipe to a T.The meat was delicious, glad I did not add water to the pot.However, the cabbabe was mush.Next time, I will add the cabbage much later, or boil it separately.I understand the vegetables in the pot helps create the juices so I will keep the onions in there next time.Thank you for an easy to follow recipe.”

  • “Totally Awesome and easy. I like a few carrots and potatoes in mine which i added the last 3 hours. Will definattly make again”

  • “This is so great and the only way I will make my corned beef!This recipe has been a St. Patrick’s day tradition for my family for 3 years now and I thought it was about time I rated it!”

  • “Made this for our St. Paddy’s Dinner and served with recipe#340288 and it was perfect.I’d never made it before or even tasted it for that matter but as it’s one of DH’s fav I was glad to find this recipe that not only went together easy and fast, but tasted wonderful.Wish I’d had some carrots to add to the mix but didn’t have a one.No matter this was just what I was looking for and I’ll be making it again next year.”

  • “This is the simplest, easiest and excellent way to do corned beef!I cooked a small one with 2 potatoes and a small head of cabbage- On low for 8 hoursLovelytender and the cabbage was MMmm good”

  • “Changed nothing but did add two cups of water to this at the beginning.”

  • “This was a huge hit in our house!The corned beef was so tender and had great flavor.I actually added about a cup of red wine to the cooking process (an old trick from my Dad) and I really thought that added a wonderful flavor!I served this with the Irish Soda Bread and everyone loved it!”

  • “Great”

  • “Easy to fix, smells wonderful while cooking, great taste.I added some caraway seeds and stout after it cooked in the crock pot for four hours.”

  • “Wonderful meal. A very simple and tasty way to make Corned Beef. I added in some red potatoes to make it a full meal. And the leftovers made awesome sandwiches. Thanks!”

  • “I made this on Saint Patty’s Day.First time I had ever made corned beef and cabbage.Will definitely make it more often using this recipe!!Very easy and delicious!”