Sloppy Joes

Sloppy Joes created by lauralie41

I had been searching for a sloppy joe recipe we all would like and happened on this one. love this recipe as I can prepare it and forget about it! It makes getting dinner on the table a breeze. All my family loves it - AND it freezes well. The recipe actually makes enough for a couple meals - so why not go ahead and freeze some for a future meal? I found the recipe online from Better Homes and Gardens. I downsized it to fill our family's needs.

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8hrs 45mins
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  • In large skillet cook ground beef, onion and garlic until meat is brown and onion is tender. Drain off fat.
  • Add remaining ingredients except hamburger buns. Mix well.
  • In a 3 1/2 or 4 quart crockpot, add sloppy joe mix.
  • Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours OR on high for 3-4 hours.
  • Spoon into buns.
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"I had been searching for a sloppy joe recipe we all would like and happened on this one. love this recipe as I can prepare it and forget about it! It makes getting dinner on the table a breeze. All my family loves it - AND it freezes well. The recipe actually makes enough for a couple meals - so why not go ahead and freeze some for a future meal? I found the recipe online from Better Homes and Gardens. I downsized it to fill our family's needs."

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  1. Indiana Debbie
    This will be the Sloppy Joe recipe we use! Tastes great and we love those crockpot recipes
  2. Piper C
    This was a hit the first time I made it and I have it in the crock pot for dinner agian tonight. Great recipe with lots of flavor. Way, WAY better than the canned or packaged stuff. Thanks!
  3. lauralie41
    My DH said rate this a 10 and I agree! I did make this on the stove instead but will make this again and double it in the crock pot. When making sloppy joes I always use a can of Manwich but will not be buying it again, this is so much better. I used ground sirloin and apple cider vinegar since that was all I had on hand. Perfect seasoning and wonderful fresh flavor. Thank you hon for posting your recipe! Made for the Australia/New Zealand Forum's Recipe Swap #25.
  4. lauralie41
    Sloppy Joes Created by lauralie41
  5. RecipeNut
    This is an easy tasty Sloppy Joe! My daughter had a sleep over with 3 of her friends and this was a huge hit! Thanks for the recipe!
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