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!!!


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


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

How to Make Turkey Sausage Florentine- Slow cooker style


  • 1slice and cook sausage in frying pan
  • 2slice onions and place on bottom of crock-pot
    than slice green pepper and place on top of the onions.
  • 3defrost the frozen spinich just enought to be able to break it up, and place on top of the green peppers
  • 4add the cooked sausage on top of the spinich, than pour the spagetti sauce on top of that.
  • 5cook 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!
  • 6goes great over chicken flavored rice!!

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About Turkey Sausage Florentine- Slow cooker style

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

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