Saturday, July 13, 2013

Crock Pot Italian Sloppy Joes from Skinnytaste

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Turkey Italian Sausage, peppers, and onions combine to make Crock Pot Italian Sloppy Joes!  (Photos from Skinnytaste.)

Sometimes even a classic like Slow Cooker Sloppy Joes needs a new twist, and this fun recipe for Crock Pot Italian Sloppy Joes from Skinnytaste sounds like a delicious variation.  Gina uses turkey Italian sausage, which is browned and then added to the slow cooker with peppers, onions, tomatoes and seasonings.  Gina serves the Italian Sloppy Joe mixture on rolls with spinach and Provolone; sounds like a perfect Slow Cooker Summer Dinner.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe! Use this link to get the recipe for Crock Pot Italian Sloppy Joes from Skinnytaste.  (See more ideas for Sloppy Joes from the slow cooker in the recipe collection for Slow Cooker Sloppy Joes.)

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  1. We're on the same wave length! I've just made a beef Sloppy Joe in the slow cooker, with a more Mexican twist. Love this version.

  2. Lydia, can't wait to see your new one. I love turkey Italian sausage, so this sounds great to me.

  3. I tried this last week and loved it. I got it into the crockpot in about 10 minutes on a busy day and was so grateful to have a yummy dinner at the end of the day. Would also be great on spaghetti squash or pasta.

  4. Amy, thanks for sharing you feedback; so glad you enjoyed it!


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