Crock Pot Turkey Sloppy Joes are the best way to cook sloppy joes! Ground turkey cooks in a sweet tomato soup base with tons of flavor.
Course Main Course
Keyword ground turkey sloppy joes, sloppy joes made in the crock pot, sloppy joes with condensed tomato soup
Prep Time 15minutes
Total Time 15minutes
Servings 6sloppy joes
1yellow onionfinely diced
1green pepperfinely diced
⅓cupthinly sliced celery
1can (10 ¾ oz)condensed tomato soup
In a skillet pan, over medium high heat, cook ground turkey, onion, green pepper, celery, salt & pepper until meat is no longer pink. Break up into crumbles as you cook it. Drain. Add into the crock pot insert.
Add the tomato soup, ketchup, brown sugar, and mustard in with meat and stir together until combined. It may seem like there is not enough liquid but trust me, it's good. Don't add any additional liquid.
Cook on low heat for 4 hours. After the cook time is over it can be on the 'warm' setting for a few hours if needed.
Scoop out sloppy joe mixture with a slotted spoon. Serve on hamburger buns.
If wanted, spread the hamburger buns with butter OR cooking spray and place under a high broil in the oven for about 1 minute. Can also add a slice of cheese if wanted.
Calorie count is for 1 sloppy joe. Includes meat and hamburger bun. Recipe can easily be doubled if needed. If wanted you can toast the hamburger buns for and even better sloppy joe. Separate buns and spread each with some butter OR spray them with a little bit of cooking spray. Place in the oven under a high broil and let them cook for 1-2 minutes. They will burn quickly so watch very carefully.You can also add a slice of cheese to these sloppy joes. The sloppy joe mixture will keep on the 'warm' setting of the slow cooker for several hours, if needed. After the 4 hour cook time.