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National Sloppy Joe day is celebrated on March 18. If you’re a fan of the classic sandwich, then you probably already knew that and are ready for a slight, yet delicious, change. No need to go re-invent the wheel—we’ve already done that for you (check out the recipe at the bottom. Wait, no looking ahead!) Be ready to meet National Sloppy Joe Day with these 9 unique Sloppy Joe recipes.
If different means cute, then we’re all in with this easy to make Sloppy Joe recipe. Prepare Sloppy Joe Cups by scooping the middle of a Texas-style buttermilk biscuit and stuffing it with ground chuck, Manwich® Original Sloppy Joe Sauce, and topping it off with cheese.
Small sandwiches are big fun. Serve easy to make Manwich Sloppy Joes on sweet dinner rolls for a fun bite-sized treat the whole family can enjoy.
Give your Sloppy Joe a new unique spin by replacing hamburger buns with taco shells and adding a little cumin, crisp lettuce, shredded cheese and juicy tomatoes.
This unique Sloppy Joe Pizza recipe might have mini in the tittle but it packs big flavor! These little pizzas are made with Sloppy Joe meat mixture on flattened biscuits with mozzarella cheese—the perfect snack.
Don't want the meat? Pump up your protein intake with this mouthwatering, vegetarian-friendly recipe made with lentils, carrots, and brown sugar, served on whole wheat buns.
Based on the classic sandwich but perfect for parties and fun weeknights. This family-friendly easy Sloppy Joe casserole recipe is made with ground beef, corn, green bell peppers, chopped onion and biscuits.
Change up your regular hand-held Sloppy Joe sandwich with this knife-and-fork version made with ground beef, dry elbow macaroni, and shredded Colby & Monterey Jack cheese.
The only way to make Sloppy Joes better? Putting in a little heat! These unique and easy Chorizo Sloppy Joe sandwiches are made with crumbled chorizo in sauce on French rolls, topped with avocado and jalapeno pepper slices.
Sloppy Joe sandwiches become a jalopy when Manwich meat mixture is placed on split mini rolls and decorated with frank pieces and vegetables to look like a car. Beep, beep! Out of our way. We're on our way to Yum Town!