Slow Cooker Beef Brisket is tender, juicy, and infused with tons of flavor and topped off with a homemade BBQ sauce! Quick and easy to prepare, put it in your slow cooker and finished off in the oven or on the grill to caramelize. Succulent and a little bit sticky, this is what BBQ is all about!
I know most people think about BBQ as a summer meal, but thanks to the slow cooker this is one you can enjoy all year long. The other day I just got a hankering for BBQ and I knew it wasn't a day the hubby could spend putting and nursing this in the smoker.
Sometimes you just get a craving and you gotta fill it - right y'all??? Nothing was going to stop me from making this one. Slow Cooker Beef Brisket is amazingly delicious. This hunk of meat is meant to be cooked nice and slow to gain its flavor and all that tenderness anyway.
I will warn you it's got a spicy, tangy bite thanks to a little cayenne and some apple cider vinegar. No worries - if you like a little less spice you can dial back that red (cayenne) pepper before you get started.
How to Make Beef Brisket in the Slow Cooker
- Gather up your spices and rub them into the Brisket. Yes use those hands! It's the best way to get that flavor on the brisket!
- While those spices are soaking into the Brisket. Measure out your BBQ sauce spices, ketchup, mustard and apple cider vinegar so they are ready to go into the slow cooker and make this meat magical!
- Pour all the sauce ingredients into the slow cooker and stir them up really good. Next place the brisket in and press it down a little to get into that sauce. Put on that lid and let this cook nice and slow all day!
- Once this gorgeous Brisket is done. If you would like brown it a bit in the oven at 400° for about 5 to 10 minutes or on the grill (just keep and eye on it). While it's in the oven, time to make the sauce!
- Just pour the contents out of the crock pot and bring to a boil on the stove top! Some crock pots also have this feature on them now too! Bring it to a boil, then reduce and simmer. Once your sauce thickens a bit it is ready. It usually takes about 5 minutes.
- You can mop some on the brisket and put it back in the oven to caramelize too! YUM!
You will notice even after cooking all day this cut of meat will still hold together and can be sliced nicely, but it's tender enough to be shredded if you like it like that. Another thing I love is you can make two meals out of it too!
Just dig on in and enjoy!
Delicious Slow Cooker Recipes
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- Crock Pot Mississippi Chicken
- Crock Pot Country Steak and Gravy
- Slow Cooker Chicken Pesto Pasta
- Slow Cooker Spinach and Artichoke Dip