Beef Stew Recipe

Beef stew crock pot recipe - Dr. Axe

This beef stew crock pot recipe is healing and healthy! It’s great for your gut, and full of vegetables and protein! It’s easy to make and delicious!


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Beef Stew Recipe

Total Time: 8-10 hours
Serves: 3-6

Ingredients:

  • 1-2 pounds beef chuck
  • sea salt and black pepper, to taste
  • 2 onions, peeled and chopped
  • 6 cloves garlic
  • 6 sprigs fresh parsley, chopped
  • 6 sprigs fresh thyme, chopped
  • 6 cups beef bone broth
  • carrots, chopped
  • rutabaga, peeled and chopped
  • celery, chopped
  • 2-4 tablespoon coconut aminos

Directions:

  1. Add all ingredients to crockpot and cook on low for 8-10 hours

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40 Comments

  1. Shannon on

    If I used a pressure cooker to cook the bones, how long do you think that it would take? I try to cook the bones for as long as I can so I have all the nutrients in the broth. May God bless you this very day!

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  2. Stacey on

    Is Briggs amino acids the same as coconut, or is there an added benefit to one over the other? I use braggs and Love it, but see your using coconut more. Just wondering?

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  3. Lasina on

    Beef bone broth has changed my health drastically in a short period of time. I craved it as soon as I heard about it and read about it. I was practically salivating when I was making the first batch. I knew it something in it that my body needed and craved. I have it almost every morning and from the start I noticed that I got a lot of energy and could feel it in my head too. My husband experienced the same thing. I’ve made some of your recipes and we just love them! We’ve almost entirely cut out gluten, but I noticed when I do have it, I can handle it a lot better than before. I highly suggest that we incorporate a lot of Dr. Axe suggests. I feel really good and have noticed my running and cycling dramatically improve, as well as some weight loss. Thank you!

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  4. Melanie on

    I realize it depends on if you serve 3 or all the way to 6…but do you have the nutritional break down for this recipe? or did I just miss it? Thanks…love all your recipes…I’m just currently weighing/measuring/counting during a 6 week boot camp challenge & wondered if the math was already done for me :)

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  5. Paula Quillen on

    I have witnessed the miracle healing powers of a good slow cooked bone broth. I think everyone should be using bone broth on a daily.

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  6. Ryan Tomlinson on

    My wife had a full food allergy panel done and beef is on her red list to avoid at all cost. Turkey and Chicken is only once every 4 days (yellow list) and the big surprise. Pork is green and able to eat as often as she wants. Could we do this same recipe with some type of pork?

    Side note, for the bone broth. If she can’t have beef, is it still ok to have beef bone broth?

    I am wanting to make the bone broth first. Then make this stew.

    Thanks for your help. We ordered your Eat Dirt Package with the dvd and cookbook bonus. Can’t wait to get it.

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  7. Kathyann on

    V8 is no good one process full of chemicals. Bone broth is the way to go eat healthy and disease free. Thst’s the way jesus wants us to eat. Thanks dr. Axe for sharing. Blessings to you and family.

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  8. Jessica on

    I do see boxed bone broth being sold in supermarkets but It’s never organic and it’s expensive. I also have a hard time getting grass fed beef bones out here.

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    • Dr. Josh Axe on

      Hi Jessica, I would check your local health food store; I have been able to find great deals on boxed bone broth. You may also check with your local butcher or a local farmer for grass-fed bones.

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  9. Judy Wildgrube on

    Can you advise me if bone broth can be eaten if one is experiencing gout issues.I have been told not to eat gravy and broth. I just wondered if boiling with added cider and veggies changes the composition that would enable me to use bone broth

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  10. Charmaine on

    I did this last weekend for my son, I bought a crock pot and had to use it. I am vegetarian, but he enjoyed the pot roast, and I would like to ask you if you have any vegetarian crock pot meals that are tasty. I cooked a really heart vegetarian chili, but was wondering about some other ones. Have a blessed day!!

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