Turkey Sausage Florentine- Slow cooker style

Turkey Sausage Florentine- Slow Cooker Style Recipe

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Stacy Cypret


My kids who can be picky about dinners, absolutly loved this one and they both say they love spinach now!!!


★★★★★ 1 vote

5-6 depending on your portion size
15 Min
6 Hr


  • 1 pkg
    sweet turkey sausage ( they look like brauts)
  • 1
    large onion sliced up
  • 1-2
    green bell peppers sliced vertically
  • 1 pkg
    fozen spinich
  • 1 can(s)
    spagetti sauce
  • 1/4
    grated parmesan

How to Make Turkey Sausage Florentine- Slow cooker style


  1. slice and cook sausage in frying pan
  2. slice onions and place on bottom of crock-pot
    than slice green pepper and place on top of the onions.
  3. defrost the frozen spinich just enought to be able to break it up, and place on top of the green peppers
  4. add the cooked sausage on top of the spinich, than pour the spagetti sauce on top of that.
  5. cook on high for 2 hrs and than turn to low for remaining time, just before serving dump the parm into it and stir it up!
  6. goes great over chicken flavored rice!!

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Course/Dish: Turkey
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtag: #sausage

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