This recipe is in partnership with Reynolds Slow Cooker Liners.
This Slow Cooker Corned Beef Recipe is easy to throw together and will be a great addition to any St. Patrick’s Day Party! Well, I finally got around to curing my own corned beef this year and there is no going back….it was the best thing EVER. Make your own corned beef or buy a store bought package, either way it will turn out great.
Just because I’ve spent 7 days preparing the perfect corned beef doesn’t mean clean up has to be a pain. I’m a huge fan of slow cooker liners for easy clean up. A long day of cooking in the slow cooker can make the crock hard to clean sometimes with baked on bits of food. So my crock is always lined with a slow cooker liner.
The bright red coloring is from the corning of the beef. Corned beef is always a beautiful bright red color after it’s slow cooked to perfection. Traditional corned beef is boiled and you can certainly do that on the stove top, but I prefer the hands off approach of using my slow cooker. Plus the house smells divine while it cooks!
Are you a corned beef fan? Have you ever thought about making your own?
I’ve got you covered, if you’re looking for more slow cooker recipes or more corned beef dishes!
Disclaimer: This post is in partnership with Reynolds® Kitchens and Socialstars. Recipe and opinions are my own. #ReynoldsCrowd
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