Of all the crockpot recipes and ideas out there, sandwiches may be the easiest and yet most overlooked. We just don't think 'sandwich' when we think 'slow cooker'. But for busy families, crockpot sandwich recipes means that as your crew straggles home from school, music lessons, and sports, they can build their own sandwiches. Just have the split and buttered buns, tortillas, pita breads, or bread ready and waiting.
If someone is getting home really late, you can put aside a portion or two of the sandwich filling in the refrigerator. All your hungry boy or girl needs to do is heat up the filling in the microwave and assemble the sandwiches.
Think about unusual breads to use for these sandwich fillings. Pita bread, cracker bread, flavored tortillas, and even heated waffles make great sandwiches. Enjoy these easy recipes and remember that you can change the flavorings and ingredients to match your own tastes and mood.
Crockpot Sandwich Recipes
- Greek Chicken Crockpot Pitas
Yogurt, oregano, and lemon pepper add spice to this tender chicken sandwich filling.
- Beef Tacos in the Slow Cooker
This delicious and easy recipe is a twist on My Favorite Tacos, but it's easier!
- Crockpot Chili Beef Sandwiches
This super simple four-ingredient recipe is so hearty and satisfying. I like to sprinkle some cheese on the hot filling and let it melt. Yum.
- Bean and Chicken Tacos
Creamy cannellini beans cook with chicken thighs and lots of spices in this super easy taco sandwich filling.
- Crockpot Teriyaki Pork Wraps
Hoisin sauce, ginger root, and shiitake mushrooms add depth of flavor to a pork loin roast in this easy sandwich filling.
- Chicken Taco Sandwich Filling
Just three ingredients make a delicious and very flavorful filling for chicken tacos. You could add any taco topping to this super easy recipe.
- Crockpot Apricot Pulled Pork Sandwiches
This fabulous recipe combines sweet and tart apricots with super tender, rich slow cooked pork.
- Pesto Chicken Crockpot Pita Sandwiches
Whole wheat pita breads hold this rich filling perfectly. This is a great recipe for families who need to eat at different times. Just refrigerate the filling and your kids can assemble their own sandwiches.
- Crockpot Meatball Hoagies
Frozen cooked meatballs mean this recipe takes about 5 minutes to assemble. You can use your own, or purchased prepared meatballs.
- Sloppy Veggie Joes
Vegetarian sloppy joe sandwiches! These are made with a bunch of vegetables and lentils to give a rich, meaty taste to these easy sandwiches.
- Crockpot Mexican Turkey Wraps
Turkey tenderloins cook to tender perfection with taco seasoning mix. The filling is then folded into flour tortillas with crisp coleslaw mix and cojack cheese.
- Down South Sloppy Joes
The 'holy trinity' of celery, onion, and green bell pepper, along with chicken gumbo soup, flavors ground beef in this unusual and delicious sloppy joes.
- Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches
These traditional sandwiches are made untraditional by cooking in a slow cooker. Add some sliced ripe tomatoes to these sandwiches for a healthy variation.
- Crockpot Sloppy Joes
For a milder version of this classic recipe, use a 12 ounce bottle of ketchup. That way your kids are sure to eat this delicious sandwich that's the easiest recipe ever.
- Turkey Teriyaki Sandwiches
The secret ingredient in these flavorful sandwiches are teriyaki baste and glaze and orange marmalade. You could substitute any fruit jam for the marmalade if you'd like.
- Tuscan Chicken Sandwiches
A tomato and pesto spread adds wonderful flavor and a nice temperature and texture contrast to the hot chicken filling and crusty focaccia bread.
- Crockpot Pork in a Bun
Try serving this hot sandwich filling on some toasted kaiser rolls topped with deli coleslaw for a traditional treat.
- Crockpot Cheeseburgers
Your kids will love this one! From ketchup to yellow mustard to American cheese, these hot and sloppy sandwiches are real pleasers.
- Provencal Turkey Sandwiches
This sophisticated sandwich filling combines the flavors of Provence with turkey thighs. Use whole wheat pita breads for more texture.