Sloppy Joe Skillet {Potluck Sunday}

Good morning everyone. I'm so glad to be back on track with Potluck Sunday again. Today I wanted to share a easy dinner recipe with everyone.

This recipe isn't anything new and you have probably seen it on the back of the Bisquick box. I haven't seen it in quite some time, but I do remember when they used to have it printed on the box.

This was actually our first real dinner meal I cooked in our new house. I love Sloppy Joe's, but they can be so messy to eat.

This yummy Sloppy Joe Skillett takes the mess out eating sloppy Joe's. My husband loves sloppy Joe's, but I don't like the hamburger bun part.

Call me weird but I just don't. I do however love the biscuit topped sloppy Joe crust in this skillet recipe.

I did increase the ground beef by half a pound because it just didn't look like one pound would be enough.

 If you are looking for a quick weeknight easy or a meal to please a crowd than this would be the dish. Next time I might try the BBQ Manwich and see how that one compares.

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Preheat oven to 400 F. Cook ground beef until brown; drain any grease. Stir in sloppy Joe sauce. Spoon into un greased 13 inch skillet or 9x13 in baking dish. Sprinkle with cheese. Stir baking mix, milk and eggs until blended. Pour over beef mixture Sprinkle with sesame seeds, optional.

Serve with a salad for a quick and easy meal.

Sloppy Joe Skillet

1 1/2 - pounds ground beef, ground turkey or a combination
1 - (15.5-ounce) can prepared sloppy Joe sauce (Manwich)
2 - cups shredded Cheddar cheese
2 - cups Original or Reduced-Fat Biscuit Baking Mix (Pioneer, Jiffy or Bisquick)
2 - eggs
1 - cup milk
1 - tsp sesame seeds, optional

Preheat oven to 400 F. Cook ground beef until brown; drain any great. Stir in sloppy Joe sauce and mix.

Spoon into a un greased 13 inch skillet or 13-by-9-by-2-inch baking dish. Sprinkle with cheese.

In a medium sized bowl stir baking mix, milk and eggs until blended. Pour over beef mixture Sprinkle with sesame seeds.

Bake for 30 minutes or until crust is light golden brown.

Recipe Serves: 8 - 10 servings.

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Brandie said…
Oh sloppy joes with the bisquick mix. Boy does that bring back some memories. You have inspired me to make it. I know it would be popular in this house.
Glad to have potluck sunday back again :) Thank you, as always, for hosting!!
Hi Tina! I am sharing my recipe for Chicken Dijon Stew. It tastes great and it's got green beans and red swiss chard in it to make it even healthier!
Thanks for hosting!
I make sloppy joe casserole with tater tots...I do like the rolls on occasion, however I find this way a tidier way to eat it. :)
I've saved this recipe to my favorites. My boys (hubby and the picky teenager) both love sloppy joes so I'm sure they will love this version!
I'm so glad that Mr. Roo arrived safe and sound to your new home! Enjoy your Sunday!
HoosierHomemade said…
I bet my house full of men would love this! Thanks for the recipe and for hosting Tina!
That looks so yummy Tina. I love those kinds of meals where one skillet and a salad are all you need.
I love sloppy joe's and yours looks yummy! I make a skinny sloppy joe made with ground turkey and barbecue sauce. Great idea to add the topping to it using Bisquick mix! I'm going to try it...
Tina Butler said…
Nancy they have a fat free bisquick as well. I used half ground beef and half ground turkey. I am trying to switch over to ground turkey slowly.
Coleens Recipes said…
What a great idea!! I'm looking forward to reducing this recipe down to a smaller size and baking it individually!! I really enjoyed your pot luck Sunday.
Tina Butler said…
Thank you Colleen it feels great to be back to my regular posting schedule.
gilly said…
This one will definitely go down well with my husband and kids, it is that kind of healthy-ish comfort food that i like to feed them as a treat.