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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Sloppy Joe Biscuit Cups


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21 comments:

  1. Oh what a fantastic idea! I love this! Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. Hmmm, this biscuit cup idea gives me a notion to try the cinnamon rolls with bacon or sausage in it.

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  3. Love it! Husband loves them and I find them too messy. I have everything I need to make these tonight. Best thing is they aren't complicated!

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  4. I likes me some sloppy Ho's, too ! ...Oh, you said "Joes"....

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  5. I can see chicken pot pie cups too.

    Those look good.

    I'm out tomorrow. Happy weekend.

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  6. We haven't had Sloppy Joes in a long time, and these look delicious. Might be what's for dinner tonight (if I have biscuits).

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  7. Mr. Sweet loves Sloppy Joes with a passion and he is gonna love these, too.

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  8. I always make mine open faced too. These look yummy!

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  9. My grandson is spending the night with us tonight. I bet he'd love this. Thanks for the idea!

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  10. These puppies rock! Full of taste and kids will love them.

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  11. I made these last night for dinner after seeing them on your blog and they turned out fantastic! Everyone loved them and they were SO EASY! Thank you so much for posting the idea! I enjoy reading your blog each day and finding new dinner ideas :)

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  12. I have ground beef in my fridge that must be cooked off for dinner tonight. I was completely lacking in inspiration. So I came to your blog knowing you would have something fabulous and yummy and with ingredients I already had in my kitchen! Thanks for all you do Steph- you saved dinner once again :)

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  13. Eek...sorry everyone, but these were disgusting and they ruined my muffin pan. The "sauce" was not moist enough, and by the time it was done simmering according to the directions, it was already dry. Once it went into the oven according to directions, the biscuits ended up extremely dry and the beef, well, it was like sandpaper. The smell of the sauce was disgusting enough, but the taste? AWFUL! I should have known better than to EVER put anything into my muffin pan without being greased first. Even my kids wouldn't touch it.

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  14. I made this last night, another hit! I did find they worked better using the jumbo biscuits in a larger muffin tin, those came out perfectly without greasing the pan. The smaller one did bubble over a bit but after soaking the muffin tin over night it was clean. I'm not even a big fan of sloppy joes but I loved this, the flavor was much better than the stuff that comes out of a can! And it feels better to know exactly what's going in it!

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  15. My boys are pretty much all grown now, but I know they'd love these. I used to make a lot of Bisquick Impossible Pies and this reminds me of one. So not on my diet, so I'm going to ease away from the monitor... :)

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  16. These were simple and delicious. Thanks for the recipe!

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  17. I am making these tonight. I have never made my own sloppy 'jo sauce. I hope it is sweet and tangy as it looks! This is my 3rd recipe I will be trying from Plain Chicken and I have yet to be disappointed! Thanks!

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  18. Awesome idea! I make my Sloppy Joe's with hot Mexican chorizo (Chorizo Joe's!). Think I'll try your recipe with chorizo. Thanks for the post.

    Mike

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  19. Great idea! I am going to try these ASAP!

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  20. These are delicious!! Ive made them several times now and like many of your other recipes they will be made many more!!!

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  21. These were super easy to make and the husband loved them!

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