It doesn’t get any easier or tastier than this! When you’re looking to feed your family on the fly or need an idea for a easy group gathering try this simple recipe and you’re set to go! We also have many more meatball recipes HERE that you can make into sub sandwiches.
1 (32-ounce) bag fully cooked, frozen Italian meatballs
1 jar spaghetti sauce (sometimes add in a little more sauce or some tomato sauce if necessary)
8 Sub rolls
1 package sliced provolone and Swiss
Cook on low for 4-6 hours or high for 3 hours. Serve on wheat or white sub rolls with your choice of cheese. Makes about 6-8 subs.
We’re from Texas where bigger is better and color is mandatory! We travel to the big city of Dallas at least once a month to film our Crockin’ Monday videos and we maaaaayyyy do some shopping :). We stopped into Tar-jay (Target), one of our favorite stores, and we were greeted by these beautiful Bella Dots collection of slow cookers. We had to go over a look, touch, open and then walk away with them. They’re a perfect combination of our love for Crockin’ and color. Who knew you could accessorize your kitchen with a crock? But we do now! They aren’t programmable, but they still cook evenly and they look great on the table if you’re serving your dish directly out of the crock. They’re still available at Target so go get one in your favorite jewel tone color! Crockin’ never looked so good.
Wondering why you are boiling on low, or why that recipe didn’t come out quite right? Slow cookers are like any other kitchen appliance, you need to get to know how they cook so that you can adjust the way you cook in them. During our Crockin’ Monday Test Kitchen Video (watch here) we tested the same recipe in different crocks. Check out the results below of our crockin’ experiment.