Very good but way too long of a cook time. Mine was done after 1 1/2 hours in my new crockpot. Had I used my small old one it probably would have taken closer to 3 hours. I did not use any green peppers since my family does not like them. I would also suggest to not use sweet pickle relish in this. I think next time I will add a little more cheese to this as well. But, overall, a great recipe. Thanks for sharing.
This was wonderful! My kids loved it. I forgot to put in the milk but put in extra velveeta. Cooked for 2 hours and the last 30 mins I added two hand fulls of shredded cheddar. My 19 yo son inhaled it. Gave me a thumbs up between bites. That is big compliment from him.
This is awesome! I prepared it today before leaving for church and we came home to a warm, satisfying meal. I made it with half lean ground beef and half ground turkey. Everyone loved it! We're looking forward to having the leftovers tomorrow. Thank you for a great recipe.
Good flavor, but didn't need to cook all day. I had to add liquid, and had I not been home to do so this would have been really dry. I used venison, which is less fatty. Used diced dill pickles rather than relish. Like another reviewer I'll just do this in the skillet next time. Served mine over lettuce as a burger salad to save carbs. Thanks for sharing.
This is really good. I made this for my family the other night for dinner and we loved it. I especially like the flavor the relish gives it. This makes for an easy meal, I served it with macaroni salad and chips. LOVE IT. I plan on keeping this for those game nights when we are all running around, but still want a good meal when we get home. Thank you for sharing this with us.
These were super quick and easy, weeknight meal at its best!
Made this for a family get together and they ate it all gone. Paired it with the Hawaiian rolls (can't remember the brand name--orange package) and served them like sliders! Everyone loved them!
Yummy! The family loved this, thank you!
Turned out pretty good! I used my Ninja (food processor-like machine) to chop up the peppers before cooking. Instead of using pickle relish, I through some pickle slices into my Ninja. Gave the recipe a realistic taste. I also used ground turkey instead of ground beef. Family loved!
It was good. I made a few changes...used a few dashes of my hubby's steak seasonings. Used 4ou of velvetta, added some sharp cheddar and added left the ketchup and pickles out (but added onto bun afterward). I think it would be great added to egg noodles or onto a flour tortilla. Thank you!