Ready in 6 hours
My family loves these--and it's so much better than the prepared sloppy joe mixes
"This recipe comes out very tasty. I went a little heavier on the onions and garlic but not by much and also added a shot of tabasco sweet and spicy to the mixture. Needless to say, these sloppy joes came out very good and me and my wife enjoyed them on back to back days."- mikeytrash
Top-ranked recipe named "Super Crock-pot Sloppy Joes"
Brown the ground beef, onion and garlic. Drain and discard fat. In slow cooker, combine catsup, bell pepper, Worcestershire, sugar, vinegar, mustard, and chili powder. Mix in the beef. Cover. Cook on Low for 6-8 hours. Spoon onto hamburger buns.
Tiners 5 months agoVery good my family loved it. I cooked it in a pan though because I didn't have enough time for crock pot but it still turned out great. It was good on hard rolls.
toteldredge 1 year agothats nice but where do i get the rolls in picture?! looked thru all bread recipes for these specifically. no where 2 be found! bah!
Jlcahowell 1 year agoGreat, easy and the fam loved it
Lampfam711 1 year ago
cneal 2 years ago
KeyserSoze14 3 years agoCertainly came out fine, but I concur with some of the other reviews that it would be necessary to "kick this up a notch". Next time I would include more spice, perhaps a dash of tobasco, even some red wine o assist in anlarer flavor range.
Connie78880 3 years agoGrrreat memories refreshed with this no hassle recipe.
Ellenspradling 3 years agowe enjoyed this and will make it again
Troy101667 3 years agoVery good. Will have again.
rainxtn 3 years agoExcellent, and easy to make