Preheat oven to 400°F. Spray 8 or 9-inch square baking dish or 2-quart casserole with cooking spray. Cook beef in large skillet over medium-high heat until crumbled and no longer pink; drain. Stir in Sloppy Joe sauce; heat until hot. Spoon into baking dish.
Meanwhile, stir together corn muffin mix, milk, Fleischmann's and Egg Beaters in medium bowl. Spoon and spread over hot beef mixture. Cornbread mixture may not cover the meat completely.
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Lady JNovember 11, 2015
This is also delicious made with taco seasoning mix instead of sloppy joe mix. Once plated you can add sour cream and salsa. It is delicious and a family pleaser.
anonymousJune 05, 2013
This recipe is a family favorite. I add shredded sharp cheese between the ground beef and the corn bread mix. I then put about a 1/4 of cheese in the center down the center of the corn bread mixture. You have to cook it a little longer to ensure the corn bread is done.
bookin and cookinMay 21, 2013
My family liked this recipe, however, the next time I make it I will add a can of green chilies to the cornbread to counteract the sweetness a bit. This is a keeper recipe!!!
Angmat478January 01, 2012
I have fixed this recipe with skepticism because one of my sons (and my husband) can be extremely picky. They both loved it and have asked for it on occasion since.
AnonymousNovember 29, 2011
I switched the can of manwhich sloppy joe mix for hormel chili with no beans and it was gobbled up by my children super fast. It was a chili cassorole in stead of sloppy joe.
Sidhe DevilNovember 17, 2011
We love this recipe as-is, except for the cooking time. We tend to add 5 minutes or so to the time because, no matter what shaped dish we use, the cornbread is always undercooked after only 15 minutes.
Aside from that, it's amazing! This has become one of our favorite recipes!