Having picky eater at home means I sometimes have to get creative with dinner. Whether it’s a fun spin on a tradition recipe or finding ways to change up his favorites to keep dinner interesting while at the same time making sure he’ll eat it. Manwich makes mealtime easy with it’s kid-stopping power. Each can is free of artificial flavors and preservatives and the messy-licious treat is something all kids will love. I remember eating sloppy joe sandwiches when I was a kid and how sloppy they really were. But isn’t that part of the fun? For the kids, it sure is! To get ready for National Sloppy Joe Day on March 18th, I wanted to make a fun recipe the whole family could enjoy.
Manwich Mondays Recipes are a great way to kick-off your week with an easy and delicious family meal around the table. Manwich sauce has a sweet and tangy taste that compliments many recipes. Since there is no meat in the can, it’s a perfect way to spice up some of your tradition recipes. Manwich is available in three different varieties to compliment your meals – Manwich Original, Manwich Bold and Manwich Thick & Chunky.
While we love our tradition sloppy joe sandwiches, for our #ManwichMondays recipe I tried something new. I made these yummy Sloppy Joe Cornbread Muffins. I combined two of my son’s favorite things, cornbread and sloppy joes. The best part was how easy and delicious they were!
- 1 can of Manwich Original
- 1 pound of ground beef
- 1 box of corn muffin mix
- 3 eggs for the muffin mix
- Milk for the muffin mix
Step 1: Brown the ground beef.
Step 2: Mix corn muffin mix according to package directions. I used liners to line my muffin pan to make clean up easy. Fill liners or pan with muffin mix and set aside.
Step 3: Once ground beef is finished cooking, drain and return to pan. Add can of Manwich Original and bring to a simmer.
Step 4: Top muffins with 1-2 tablespoons of meat.
Bake according to muffin package directions. Mine cooked for
Remove from oven and let cool for a few minutes before serving to the kids. They’ll be nice and hot.