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Easy Cooker French Dip Sandwiches

French Dip sandwiches are a crowd-pleasing classic that I have never tried before as I always thought it would be difficult to find “delicious sandwiches” (part of what makes it so delicious so!). REALITY. Sadly, most grocery store sandwiches are filled with unwanted additives, even if it looks like they’re making it right in the store (hint: they’re just baking, not really. DO it).

But, thanks for one local bakery Here in South Charlotte, who easily said yes to my special order request for whole wheat baguettes we had to enjoy this super easy and SUPER DELICIOUS meal! Hey, never ask. 🙂

The best part is, I bought two baguettes for this meal and also added two extra servings to our freezer! The frozen bread is really good, and one thing I learned when we first cut processed foods was to consider buying an extra freezer so that when you put in an effort to find or make delicious stuff (i.e. meat locally grown at farmers markets, from the very beginning of homemade breads, soups, etc.). This makes eating food a lot easier!

Two wheat bagels on the counter.

No matter what bread you use, I hope you should try these Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches because I have a feeling that you will not regret it!

Other types of dinner sandwiches you can enjoy

French slow-cooked sandwiches

These Slow Cooker French dipped breads are great if you can find a good whole wheat bread, but it’s still worth making no matter what bread you use.


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  • 2 1/2 board barbecue
  • 1/4 the cup Chopped dry onions, (found in the spice passage)
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder, plus for bread
  • first teaspoon dried parsley
  • first teaspoon Salt
  • first may stout
  • 2 the cup beef soup


  • 2 Bagels made from wheat
  • 8 slice Provolone, (I bought it pre-cut)
  • butter, (for bread)
  • salt and pepper, taste


  1. Place the roasted meat on the bottom of the slow cooker. Mix the spices in a small bowl and smooth them all over the meat.

  2. Pour beer and broth and cook over low heat until the meat is easily shredded with a fork, from 8 to 10 hours. (Be sure to keep some cooking water for the au jus.)

  3. When you’re ready to serve, preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Cut the baguettes into quarters, open the pieces, spread a thin layer of butter and sprinkle with garlic powder.

  4. Divide the trim and make half of the bread. Place the folded meat on top of the provolone cheese slices, place all the bread (both with and without meat) on a baking tray and bake until cheese is melted, 3 to 5 minutes.

  5. Serve warm with a side of au jus (slow cooking liquid) seasoned with a pinch of salt and pepper.

Recipe notes

We suggest organic ingredients when possible.

Nutritional value

Nutritional value

French slow-cooked sandwiches

Amount per serving

Calories 460 Calories from fat 171

% Daily values*

Fat 19g29%

Saturated Fat 8g50%

Trans Fat 1g

Cholesterol 98mg33%

Sodium 910mg40%

Potassium 711mg20%

Carbohydrates 35gtwelfth%

Fiber 2g8%

1g sugarfirst%

Protein 34g68%

Vitamin A 28IUfirst%

Vitamin C 1mgfirst%

Calcium 89mg9%

Iron 5mg28%

* Percent Daily Values ​​are based on a 2000 calorie diet.