|Some different takes on Slow Cooker Sloppy Joes! (Photo of Minnesota Sloppy Joes from Kitchen Parade.)|
Sloppy Joes are one of those easy and kid friendly meals that everyone ate as a kid, but when I started saving ideas for Slow Cooker Sloppy Joes I discovered there are some pretty adult versions of good Sloppy Joes out there as well. Here are some different recipes for Sloppy Joes, probably enough to get you through a summer of Sloppy Joe suppers!
Let's start with Minnesota Sloppy Joes from Kitchen Parade, shown in the top photo above. This recipe sounds like the classic Sloppy Joes I remember from childhood, and Alanna says it's a family recipe.
|Crock Pot Sloppy Joes from Food in the Kitchen|
These Crock Pot Sloppy Joes from Food in the Kitchen are a favorite of Gudrun's kids. The recipe has onion, celery, and red bell pepper as well as some terrific sounding seasonings to flavor the ground beef.
|Photo of Vegetarian Sloppy Joes from The Healthy Beehive|
Sloppy Joe's don't have to contain meat, and one of the tastiest looking Sloppy Joes I came across was these Vegetarian Sloppy Joes from The Healthy Beehive. The recipe uses pinto beans, tomatoes, zucchini, and green pepper, cooked in the slow cooker with the perfect seasonings.
|Photo of Smoky Spicy Sloppy Joes for Grownups from Coconut and Lime|
I promised something for the adults, and these Smoky Spicy Sloppy Joes for Grownups from Coconut and Lime have a touch of bourbon in the sauce, as well as a very grown up collection of smoky and spicy flavorings.
|Photo of Crockpot Chicken Sloppy Joes from Color Me Pink|
And for one more completely different take on Sloppy Joes, how about these Crockpot Chicken Sloppy Joes from Color Me Pink? Chicken breasts are cooked on low in a smoky barbecue-flavored sauce and then the shredded chicken and sauce is served with cabbage slaw.
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