Balsamic Beef Crockpot Sandwiches

Today we’re sharing a recipe for Balsamic Beef Crockpot Sandwiches.  This is absolutely the best recipe for beef crockpot sandwiches. Once you make this recipe, you won’t ever be able to cook a beef roast any other way.

All about Balsamic Beef Crockpot Sandwiches

The great thing about any crockpot recipe is that it’s a dump and go.  When life is crazy busy you need as many of the recipes in your asternal as possible.  Then you can pull one of these yummy recipes out and get everything in your crockpot for a delicious meal at the end of the day. This meat can also be served over a piece of toast or even mashed potatoes, rice, or pasta as an alternative to bread.

This recipe is unique in that it calls for balsamic vinegar but honestly it is what makes this recipe.  The balsamic vinegar makes the most delicious sauce for dipping.  If you like having a dipping sauce, we would actually recommend for you to double the sauce ingredients for this recipe so that you have enough.

Balsamic Beef Crockpot Sandwiches

This delicious roast beef slow cooks to make a tender roast beef with a yummy sauce. Best served on rolls or over mashed potatoes, rice or pasta.

Course Dinner
Cuisine American
Keyword Balsamic Beef, Balsamic Beef Crockpot Sandwiches, Crockpot Recipe, Roast Beef
Author Sunup to Sundown


  • 3-4 lb boneless beef roast chuck or round roast
  • 1 cup beef broth
  • 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar
  • 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 tbsp soy sauce
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1/2 tsp red pepper flake
  • 4 garlic cloves, minced
  • Rolls or Buns


  1. Throw all ingredients in the crockpot and cook on low for 8 hours or high for 4 hours.

  2. Remove roast from crockpot and shred.

  3. Reduce gravy with cornstarch slurry.

  4. Serve roast beef on buns or your choice of starch. Use gravy as dipping sauce or pour over the top.

How long will leftovers keep?

The makings of the balsamic beef crockpot sandwiches will keep well for a least a couple of days and up to a week if stored properly.  Typically is best to store the meat, sauce and bread separately so that the sauce those not make your bread soggy. You can later heat up each of the ingredients and toast or warm or rolls or buns. 

We’d love to hear what you think about the recipe.  Please give it a try and let us know what you think in the comments below.  Thank you for stopping by and visiting Sunup to Sundown!  We’ll be back soon with another recipe or update regarding our garden or our journey to becoming more self-reliant.  Please subscribe, like or share this post with others who could benefit from it.

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