13 Reviews

Good and I want your sub, too.

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gailanng January 07, 2013

These were great! My DH dosen't normally like meatballs but he thought these were the best he had ever eaten. Love that you cook them in the crock pot. They were simple and easy. Thanks for posting this yummy recipe.

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gwynn May 27, 2010

These were fantastic! I admit, I ran out of time so just mixed the sauce on the stove top (never used a crock pot!) It was incredibly easy and delish. I used low fat cheese and egg whites instead of regular eggs. Also, I didn't know I was out of milk until I began this recipe (long day :)) so I subbed light sour cream. I topped with the cream cheese spread from Divine Meatball Sandwiches which made these out of this world! Thanks so much for sharing!

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megs_ May 20, 2010

This recipe was absolutly fabulous! I doubled it and put half the onion in the meat balls and got about 3 marriage proposals after it! Great for a group of people, keep it on warm in the crock pot so no matter when someone gets there they have a nice hott meal! :D Definitly a MUST MAKE!

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Miss Ellis May 08, 2010

Is there another word for AMAZING to describe how good these are? Seriously, one bite and I was in heaven. I did it a bit differently to cut down steps. I used 1lb ground turkey, mixed that with one egg and the rest of the ingredients as it. For the sauce I used a bottle of spaghetti sauce, half a bell pepper cut up, half an onion sliced, a clove of garlic sliced. Put it in the crock pot on high for one hour and it was done. (Cook your meatballs first in the oven of course). Assembled the sandwich by digging out the bread in the middle and forming a well for the meatballs to sit in. Spread with butter, sprinkle with garlic salt, place meatballs, layer pepperoni's on top of that and two big slices of provolone cheese. Put under broiler for 4 minutes. So delicious. Thanks for the recipe!

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heather_werner April 27, 2010

The past 9 years I live in a small town, this took me back to my city days where I had access to good Italian restaurants and food. Was a perfect meal on a cold Saturday night. Thanks

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KATHLEEN Woller December 16, 2009

This was an AWESOME recipe! People keep asking me for it! The touch of the garlic bun makes a difference too. I served it with provolone and it was a hit on football day!

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Sarah_Ont December 02, 2009

I really enjoy a good meatball sub, and this one was no exception. I made like the recipe says using the ingredients listed, but cut back to 1/2 tsp. on the salt in the meatballs. Worked out great for us. DS and his wife thought they were excellent and so did I! We will have these often for lunches. I made a double batch and froze some of the sauce and meatballs in qt. size Ziploc baggies, to have again when I want something quick. Oh almost forgot, I didn't use green pepper in the sauce as I didn't have any and it was great anyway. I cooked meatballs in the oven on a cookie sheet, then added to the sauce on top of the stove and cooked for 3 hrs. on low. Melted the provolone on top and served sprinkled with extra parmesan cheese in sub rolls. Thanks for this awesome recipe Mimi! Milt

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miltt April 27, 2008

My husband loved these! Served them on hoagies with melted provolone. Great flavor!!

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slkendrick January 13, 2008

TO DIE FOR MEATBALLS! They were sooo good. My picky son even loved them. Thank you for the delicious recipe!

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PaulaLaaLaa October 11, 2007
Italian Meatball Subs