Crock Pot Stuffed Peppers

Another awesome, simple crock pot recipe using some amazing grass fed beef.  If you are quick, this is a 10 Minute prep meal and the results are awesome, you can just double the meat if you want to stuff more peppers.  You can fit about 7 peppers in a 6 quart crock pot.  I hope you enjoy :)

Crock Pot Stuffed Peppers
 
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Serves: 4
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  1. Pulse your cauliflower, onion, carrots, and garlic in the food processor to blend as fine as possible. Do it seperately if your food processor isn't large enough. If you don't own one you can dice everything as small as possible by hand
  2. Cut the tops off of your peppers, keeping them intact and clean the seeds out
  3. Mix your vegetables in a mixing bowl with your meat, tomato paste, seasonings and salt and pepper
  4. Once all ingredients are combined well, spoon the mixture into your peppers and level off at the top of the pepper
  5. Place the peppers in your crock pot and put the tops of the peppers on them
  6. Pour your liquid in the bottom of the crock pot and cook on low for 6-8 hours
  7. Enjoy

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35 Comments

  1. I was wondering-could I use ground turkey instead of beef? I just recently started eating meat again after a year of being veggie and beef still isn’t great on my stomach. But I really want to make these!!!

  2. Hi, I was linked to your recipe from hollywouldifshecould and I made these, baking for an hour at 350 and they turned out delicious! will definitely be making these more frequently and will try them in a crock pot when I plan things better.

  3. Hi, Can you tell me what the Homemade Italian Seasoning Blend is? Is this something you make yourself, if so what with? Or can you buy off the shelf? Thank you

  4. Made these tonight. Awesome! Takes a little bit of gentle handling getting them out of the crock, but nothing a slotted spoon couldn`t handle. I had some extra meat after I stuffed them and I fried that up and had it for lunch :) Great recipe!

  5. Do you have a pic of the finished dish? I never know if mine comes out right if there’s not a pic of the finished dish. I’m cooking this in the crockpot right now while I’m at work. My daughters came home from school and said it smells really good. They sent a pic of the food in the crockpot to me and it looks real “watery”. I’d love to see what your finished product looks like.

    Thanks for sharing so many wonderful recipes!! My husband and twin 16 yr old football linemen both over 6′ tall, love the crockpot wings!

    1. Leanne I haven’t made this in forever and I don’t have a final picture. I know it is watery which is due to the peppers, the moisture trapped under the lid, and the beef. I remember having that too but just removed them and served them. It’s all about flavor with this dish. Nothing pretty haha

  6. So I tried this recipe using ground venison. Stuffing tasted amazing. I used two yellow peppers, one red, and one green. Cooked on low for 6 hours. The red pepper tasted great, but the green and yellows were terribly bitter! Any feedback?

  7. I ran out of time to prep these this morning for the crockpot, so instead I just sauteed the veggies, browned the ground turkey, mixed it all together along with the spices and stuffed the peppers. Then I put them in the oven at 400 for about 30 minutes. DELICIOUS!

  8. I have this cooking in the crock pot right now, and it smells sooo good that I’m pretty sure we should get married. JK I don’t believe in marriage, but we should at least live together so I can be your recipe guinea pig. Just sayin.

      1. They are seriously delish! Although, I think I overcooked them, as I only had 3 peppers, but they are still the bomb.com. Aaaaand I may or may not have eaten ALL of the extra beef mixture over the course of the day as well. Oops.

  9. Christine that is because depending on the size of the peppers you use etc, feel free to place the extra around if you have it, some people just make more peppers

  10. In the picture it looks like you had left over stuffing and put it around the peppers in the crock pot, but this is not mentioned in the directions . . .

  11. this is in the oven right now!! (did it in the oven…didn't have time for the crock pot… :) ) I had leftover stuffing so I put it in mini bell peppers and put them in the oven for 20 minutes at 350! delish!

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