Cozy Crockpot Beef Vegetable Stew Recipe In Modern Farmhouse Style Ceramic Bowl

Cozy Crockpot Beef & Vegetable Stew

Wholesome and hearty, full of nutritious veggies, soothing herbs, and tender organic meat—our rustic stew recipe inspiration makes a crave worthy dinner full of comfort.

Slow cookers are known for the ease of meal creation. Meats are cooked to a melt in your mouth satisfaction, garden vegetables soften to perfection, and all the herby flavors meld as the stew simmers and fills the home with an amazing aroma.

Gluten free, grain free, and easy to customize for a paleo diet, this recipe idea is simple to create. We’ve been using a crockpot for many years and as the seasons change, it’s a way to cook a nourishing soup without slaving over a stovetop. So grab your ingredients and let's dive into some stewspiration you’re sure to savor!

Cozy Crockpot Beef and Vegetable Stew Recipe Inspiration

While many slow cooker recipes often instruct you to cut, braise, brown, or even fully cook the chunk of roast you’re using, we’ve found through experience this is a step you can skip. As long as you’re going to be letting your soup slow simmer all day, it will have plenty of time to heat and thoroughly cook the meat.

So call it a time saving cooking hack if you will—just plop the organic beef roast right in the crockpot. Chop organic vegetables (or leave them whole if you’d rather). We rustic cut large chunks of fresh carrots and potatoes. No need to peel the veggies either, just wash them well and chop away.

Organic Vegetables Fresh Carrots And Potatoes For Beef Vegetable Stew A Clean Food Power Recipe

Healthy Fact: Potatoes contain vitamins and minerals like potassium, iron, riboflavin, folate, and fiber which are also in the potato skin. So leave their peels on and don’t throw away nutrients!

Whether or not you pour in some broth is up to you. Our crockpot stews turn out savory either way. If you’re not using broth and opt for water instead, just add more spices, herbs, and seasonings. These freeze dried options are a great choice we love.

Side Point: Why are freeze dried spices and herbs better than regular jarred seasonings? Because after harvest, the freshly picked ingredient is quickly frozen and gently freeze dried which allows the plant's cell structure to remain open. When added to moisture in recipes, the herbs naturally awaken with vibrancy and aroma! Not to mention, incredible flavor.

Once the meat, vegetables, liquid, and seasonings are in your slow cooker, turn it on high and cook for 4-6 hours or on low 6-8 hours. Ensure you have at least 1 cup to 1½ cups of liquid in the pot. Once the hours have passed, to make sure the meat is fully cooked, use a fork to break the roast apart—which also spreads the meat through the stew more evenly for serving.

It’s time to grab your favorite bowl and dish it up!

Terra Powders Cozy Crockpot Beef Stew With Rustic Cut Vegetables Served In Modern Farmhouse Style Bowl

Beautiful and delicious, this farmhouse style stew recipe will have you coming back for seconds. Garnish with a dash of parsley, and by the way, it pairs well with organic bread or crackers as side options.

Enjoy every spoonful of this cozy crockpot beef stew and let us know in the comments below how you’re customizing this incredibly easy to make recipe.


Love the looks of this stew. Stews are sooooo good for fall and winter. Cozy dinner options really.


Been craving this ever since the first time we tried the recipe – definitely need to make it again soon!

The Worthington’s

You guys gave the best recipes. Down to earth & easy to replicate.this was delicious! Thanks for another great healthy dinner idea.

Rose P

The aesthetics of this recipe are incredible. 🤎 The stew looks absolutely delicious; I’m definitely making a pot this autumn; and the bowl couldn’t be a better choice. Gorgeous autumn foodie combination!!!!


Didnt realize we could skip precooking the roast. What a time saver & less mess to have 1 less skillet to wash. Thanks for explaining that tip.


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