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Make-Ahead Sloppy Joes

Make-Ahead Sloppy Joes

"'I frequently made big batches of these flavorful filled buns when our six children were growing up,' relates Alyne Fuller of Odessa, Texas. 'Having the zesty sandwiches in the freezer was such a time-saver on busy days. Now my kids make them for their families.'"
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 14 servings

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  1. In a large skillet, brown sausage, beef and onion. Remove from the heat; drain. Remove the centers from the tops and bottoms of each bun. Tear removed bread into small pieces; add to skillet. Set buns aside.
  2. Stir in remaining ingredients into sausage mixture. Spoon about 1/3 cupful onto the bottom of each bun; replace tops. Wrap individually in heavy-duty foil.
  3. Bake at 350 degrees F for 20 minutes or until heated through or freeze for up to 3 months.

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I made these using my own recipe for the sloppy joe meat mix, then followed the instructions for freezing and thawing. They turned out great and can't be beat to instantly fulfill a craving for ...

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I did not freeze them. We ate them right away. I got mixed reviews on this one. My husband did not care for them. I thought thay were okay. My 10 year old daughter loved them. If anything they a...

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I made these using my own recipe for the sloppy joe meat mix, then followed the instructions for freezing and thawing. They turned out great and can't be beat to instantly fulfill a craving for ...

Great recipe. It was so nice to find a sloppy joe recipe that did NOT include ketchup. We make this often. Thanks!

My husband and I really enjoyed these- they were very easy, and it's great to have on hand in the freezer! In trying to make them a bit healthier, I didn't use the sausage...instead, just double...

I love making these. They are very kid friendly, and I'll send them to work with hubby if we don't have time in the morning to make something up.

I did not freeze them. We ate them right away. I got mixed reviews on this one. My husband did not care for them. I thought thay were okay. My 10 year old daughter loved them. If anything they a...

I don't know if I used a bad brand of sausage, but these tasted so salty. I will not make them again.

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