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Crock Pot Beef Stew

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I found this recipe in my recipe box. I remember making it and it being very tasty, but I don't remember some of the measurements. For example, how many pounds of cubed potatoes do I use?...and is it a whole bag of baby carrots?...lol, anyone know this recipe!!? And what about cooking times?...how long is "until tender?" It's very vague. This is what I have written...


~3 points for 1 cup of sauce

~measure out potatoes and meat points accordingly


Potatoes - cubed

Baby carrots

1 packet Ranch dressing mix

1 packet Brown Gravy mix

1 packet Italian dressing mix

1 5lb beef roast

1 container FF sour cream

1/2 cup water


~Combine everything in crockpot. Cook on high until roast and veggies are tender.


If anyone can help me I would much appreciate it! Thanks in advance!





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The recipe I have is called Die for Crock Pot Roast


1 beef roast, larage enough to fit in your crockpot

1 pkg. Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Mix

1 pkg. brown gravy mix

1 pkg. Italian dressing mix

1/2 c. warm water

Place roast in crockpot. Mix all three envelopes and sprinkle on top of roasat. Pour water in the bottom of the crockpot. Cover and cook on low 6 to 7 hours.


Note: Can use half of seasoning packages without jeopardizing the taste. Also you can add more water at end for more gravy. When I make roast I thicken it to the consistency I like at the end and sometimes throw in a can of mushrooms.




No mention in this recipe of sour cream or vegetables.

I would put in enough for your family

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