Crock-Pot Sloppy Joes




Crock-Pot Sloppy Joe’s - CrockPotLadiesMy husband asked one day “why don’t we ever have Sloppy Joes for dinner”.  Of course I replied “because you told me you do not like them”.   Well a request was made, and of course I had a recipe for them in the crock-pot.   15 minutes of work at the stove and adding ingredients to the crock-pot and the rest is done while I put my feet up and watch a little television. This recipes makes about 4-6 sandwiches.  Not a whole lot, but it is an easy recipe to double or triple based on your needs.

Crock-Pot Sloppy Joes

Crock-Pot Sloppy Joes

Ingredients

1 lb Ground Beef
1/2 Medium Onion, chopped
1 Small to Medium Green Pepper, seeded and chopped
3/4 Cup Ketchup
1/4 Cup Regular BBQ Sauce
1/4 Teaspoon Garlic Powder
1 Teaspoon Mustard
1 Teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce

Instructions

  1. On stove, cook ground beef, onion and green pepper.
  2. Drain ground beef mixture and add to crock-pot.
  3. Add in remaining ingredients and stir well.
  4. Cook on LOW for 3 hours.
  5. Serve on hamburger buns.
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Gluten Free Notes
This recipe is gluten free diet friendly (except for the buns). We do caution our readers to read labels on all ingredients before using to ensure they are all indeed gluten free.

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Comments

  1. Terri Williams says

    Why on earth would you use a crockpot for this? You are browning the meat in a skillet, so why not just cook there? I love to use my crockpot, but I want to use it to save time. This does not save time, it uses more. It does not take long to just continue on the stove. I just don’t get it. But, I appreciate the recipe; I will use it to make my own SJs without processed canned SJ sauce. Thanks.

    • Lady Katie says

      Browning in the crock-pot is possible..but takes alot longer. This is one of those recipes that is great to plan for a party or a group. Or when you want to keep it warm but not keep the stove on. You can also cook the hamburger ahead of time, and then use it as a quick freezer meal (package the ingredients and pop in the freezer, bring it out when you do not have alot of time to cook and dump in the crock-pot)

      • Dianne says

        I made it for a group pool party whereby guests could fix a sandwich when they wanted. Served with pickles, slaw, potato salad, chips, etc. Did cut the sweetness with a tad more mustard. Great recipe! Thanks.
        Dianne Dennis
        Tucson, AZ

    • Lady Katie says

      put the lid on the crock-pot slightly ajar and cook on low a little longer. It will get rid of some of the extra water. You can also use just a little corn starch and mix it in to thicken it.

  2. Tanisha says

    I made these tonight…..really, REALLY good. I added a few more ingredients: fresh garlic, parsley, chili powder, and thyme. Because I’m gluten free I put mines on romaine lattice leave with a little cheddar cheese. Amazing results, my husband is pleased. Thank you for the recipe.

    • says

      You’re welcome Tanisha, I am so glad you and your husband loved the recipe. Your additions sound great too! I love recipes like this one that can easily be doctored up to suit your own personal tastes.

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