Super Easy And Your Typical Sloppy Joes!

I was wondering how the chicken would taste with sloppy joe mix. It turned out wonderful and really tasty. I guess I had been so used to eating it with beef that I wouldn’t have considered a different meat. But I am glad that we did make it with chicken because it really turned out delicious. I love making sloppy joes because it really does make a ton to eat and is really easy to make. I will usually have leftovers when I make sloppy joes and I love eating it the next day just as much as I did the day that I made them. Such a simple meal that is sol satisfying! Try this one out!

Check out what our friends from 365 Days Of Crock Pot have to say about this:

“Switch up normal sloppy joes for chicken sloppy joes. They couldn’t be easier to make with the help of your slow cooker and this recipe can stretch to feed a crowd on a budget.”

How perfect is this recipe?? Yummy, easy to make, and cheap!


2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts
(or thighs)
1/4 tsp McCormick’s black pepper
1 tsp Morton kosher salt
1/4 tsp McCormick’s onion powder
1/4 tsp McCormick’s garlic powder
1/4 tsp McCormick’s paprika
1 (15 oz) can Manwich sloppy joe sauce
8 buns



1. In the bottom of your slow cooker
combine the pepper, salt, onion powder, garlic powder, paprika and sloppy joe
sauce. Stir.
2. Add in the chicken.
3. Cover and cook on LOW for about 4 hours
(for breasts) or 6 hours (for thighs). Remove the chicken and shred on a
cutting board. Add the chicken back in and stir.
4. Toast the buns and serve a heaping
portion of the chicken and sauce on top of each bun. Enjoy!


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Quick Tip: Serve with sweet potato fries.

Thanks again to 365 Days Of Crock Pot for this amazing recipe.