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Sloppy Joe Pot Pie

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This sloppy joe pot pie is a breeze to put together for dinner and no buns are required.  I adapted this recipe from one that I found over on Betty Crocker.  I thought a pot pie version of a sloppy joe sounded like a nice twist on a classic go to family meal.  I also usually always have all the items needed in this recipe on hand.

The recipe is also wonderful because it’s all made in one dish, an oven proof skillet.  Now if you don’t have an oven proof skillet, you could just place it in a casserole dish to bake and be just fine.  However, that just means you would have 2 dishes to clean.

My family loved this easy dinner dish.  However, my hubby and boys were all wishing for more meat to go along with the light and fluffy pot pie topping.  So next time I make this, I may up the beef to 1 1/2 pounds. Then I’ll mix in a cup of barbecue sauce to compensate for the additional half pound of meat. Alternately, you could always half the topping recipe if you want to half an egg in order to do it.

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Sloppy Joe Pot Pie

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Ingredients
  

  • 1 lb ground beef I think ground turkey or chicken would also work well
  • ½ onion diced
  • 1 15 1/2 oz. can of sloppy joe sauce (like Manwich)
  • 1 ¼ cup shredded cheddar cheese divided
  • 1 cup baking mix like Bisquick
  • ½ cup milk I used skim
  • 1 egg

Instructions
 

  • Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.  In an 10-inch oven proof skillet (mine is more like 12-inch), brown the beef and onion together until beef is no longer pink and onion is tender; drain.
  • Add sloppy joe sauce to the meat and stir to combine. Remove from the heat and sprinkle with 1 cup of the cheddar cheese.
  • In a small bowl, mix together the baking mix, milk and egg until combined.  Pour over the beef mixture.
  • Place the skillet in the oven and bake at 400 degrees for 30 minutes or until golden.
  • Remove from the oven and sprinkle with the remaining 1/4 cup of cheese.  Makes 4-5 servings.
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  1. Mary, if you want a recipe, put your cursor over the beginning of the recipe and drag it down to where the recipe ends. Click Control P at the same time. When the print screen comes up, you will have a chance to print the high-lighted area that way it shouldn’t come out to 5 pages. I hope this works for you!

  2. To print these recipe’s You have about 5 sheets to get the recipe. Can’t you just give the recipe out alone?

    1. Mary, if you want a recipe, put your cursor over the beginning of the recipe and drag it down to where the recipe ends. Click Control P at the same time. When the print screen comes up, you will have a chance to print the high-lighted area that way it shouldn’t come out to 5 pages. I hope this works for you!

  3. Made this tonight . I would double the sauce because the crust sucks it up when cooking . I added the extra cheese to the crust mixture . All in all not bad

  4. Made this tonight . I would double the sauce because the crust sucks it up when cooking . I added the extra cheese to the crust mixture . All in all not bad

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  7. I made this tonight. It was wonderful. Everyone enjoyed it, even the picky eaters. I substituted McCormicks sloppy joe seasoning instead of Manwich. Yummy

  8. I made this tonight. It was wonderful. Everyone enjoyed it, even the picky eaters. I substituted McCormicks sloppy joe seasoning instead of Manwich. Yummy

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