Sloppy Joes Gluten free

Sloppy Joes – gluten free

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Sloppy Joes – gluten free

Sloppy Joes Gluten free

Sloppy Joes Gluten free from

One of the ways I hide veggies is in meat with sauces. The heavier the sauce the more you can hide. This one just hides carrots at the moment.

You can use it to hide spinach too (1/2 cup frozen spinach that is been drained and chopped fine).

Don’t tell my kids.

Luckily they don’t read my blog, well at least not the recipes!

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Sloppy Joes – gluten free

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 45 minutes
Total Time: 55 minutes
Serves: 8

3 lbs hamburger
1/2 medium size onion chopped
2 cloves garlic chopped
1 teaspoons of seasoning salt *
2 1/2 tablespoons of A1 (steak sauce)
3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
1 1/2 tablespoons Yellow mustard
16 oz tomato sauce
2 Tablespoons Brown sugar packed
1 3/4 cup water or broth
1 carrot grated fine**
1 green pepper chopped (optional)***
Tabasco sauce to taste
Desired Bread, or bread replacement (I used my buttermilk biscuits with cheese)
Cheese (optional)

Appropriate measuring devices
Large Skillet

Place hamburger, garlic, salt, onion and pepper in the skillet and cook until the meat is cooked through, using the spatula to break apart the meat.
When the meat is cooked through add the remaining ingredients stir to combine and cook over a medium heat until it thickens stirring often.

Serve on your favorite bread, over fries, or even in a tortilla. (this is great with bisquick gluten free waffles too!)

* Any seasoning salt you like works, something meant for steak is best! 

** This is how I get my kids to eat veggies. Shh don’t tell!

*** However my kids won’t eat this so we leave it out

We served this with fries, but chips work too or a salad.

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