French dips are one of my favorite savory sandwiches. This recipe for crockpot French dip sandwiches is the best I have ever tried. At first, I was skeptical because of the simple ingredients, however, the recipe proved to be a keeper. If you have a picky eater in your house like we do, you can use a fine strainer to remove the onions from the French onion soup before adding it to the slow cooker. The meat is tender and full of delicious flavor. The melted provolone cheese adds a decadency to the sandwich. We love cheese in our house, but you can always choose to cute the provolone slices in half and use 6 slices instead of 12. Either way, if you are a fan of French dip sandwiches, you will be pleasantly surprised by this simple and tasty recipe. From the Monster Foodies to you—love what you eat and enjoy!
Crockpot French Dip Sandwiches
- 2-3 lb beef roast
- 1 can French onion soup
- 1 can beef consommé soup
- 6 sub rolls
- 12 slices provolone cheese
- Place beef roast into slow cooker and add both soups.
- Cook on high for 8-10 hours.
- Preheat oven to low broil.
- Remove roast from the slow cooker and place in a bowl or on a plate. Remove fat and shred.
- Turn the slow cooker on warm. Ladle most of the liquid in the slow cooker into bowls for dipping, then put the shredded beef back into the slow cooker.
- Place sub rolls onto baking sheets so that they are open and flat. Add shredded meat onto both sides of the sub roll. Place 2 slices of cheese over the shredded meat so it is almost entirely covered.
- Broil on low until the cheese is melted. Serve with bowls of the slow cooker drippings to dip the sandwich into.