Sloppy Joe Egg Rolls Recipe
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Manwich for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
I love putting a spin on old favorites and making dinner time less boring! We all tend to get in a rut, eating the same foods over and over again. Don’t fall into that habit. Reinvent what you are eating! The other night I took our old favorite, sloppy joes, and reinvented them into delicious sloppy joe egg rolls. These were so good! My entire family devoured them and happily told me to add them to their list of favorite dinner ideas. I have to admit that I liked them even better than traditional sloppy joes!
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To make sloppy joe egg rolls begin by browning a pound of lean ground beef and draining the fat. Then add a can of Hunt’s Manwich Thick & Chunky sloppy joe sauce to the pan and mix well.
Then lay out one egg roll wrapper and place two tablespoons of sloppy joe meat inside.
Next sprinkle with a tablespoon of shredded cheddar cheese. Then roll them up like an egg roll (there are directions on the egg roll package if you don’t know how to roll them!) and brush the edge with olive oil or egg to seal.
Then place them on a pan (I lined my pan with my Silpat but parchment paper works too) and brush the tops with olive oil. Bake at 400 degrees F for 20-25 minutes until golden brown. Serve with your choice of sauce or by themselves! Our favorite sauces were General Tso’s and sweet and sour sauce.
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Sloppy Joe Egg Rolls Recipe
- 1 # Lean ground beef
- 1 Can Hunt's Manwich Thick & Chunky Sloppy Joe Sauce
- 12 Egg roll wraps
- 1 Cup cheddar cheese shredded
- Olive oil or egg for sealing and brushing egg rolls
- Brown ground beef and drain.
- Add 1 Can Manwich Thick & Chunky sloppy joe sauce and mix well.
- Add 2 Tbsp sloppy joe meat to one egg roll wrap.
- Top with 1 Tbsp shredded cheddar cheese.
- Roll egg roll up (wrapping directions on the egg roll package)
- Use olive oil or egg to brush the edge and seal it.
- Place on cookie sheet lined with parchment or Silpat mat.
- Brush the tops of egg rolls with olive oil or egg.
- Bake at 400 degrees F for 20-25 minutes until golden brown.
- Serve with dipping sauce of your choosing. Our favorites were sweet and sour or General Tso's sauce.
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Those sound amazing. My kids would love those.
That looks delicious. That’s a super creative way to use Manwich. Awesome!
What a unique recipe! I’ve never tried anything like this, but it sounds awesome!!
That’s the best idea in the history of ideas! I can’t wait to make this. Thanks!
This looks delicious! I would have never thought to make Manwich like this. Yum!
That’s an interesting way to make sloppy joes! We love sloppy joes and egg rolls so you can’t go wrong!
I must admit, I would have never thought to combine sloppy joes into egg rolls! However, it looks delicious. I’m going to have to give it a try!
That’s a different twist. I loved sloppy joe’s as a child. This would be a fun way to redo.
What an awesome idea!I I never would have thought to do this, but it’s the perfect, unsloppy way, to have a sloppy joe!
Wow this is really innovative – I always see those egg wrapper things and wonder what to do with them!
I love sloppy joe! Putting it in egg rolls sounds like a tasty idea!
Okay, how clever are these! My kids would LOVE them!
Looks yummy and easy! Will have to try it out! I bet my kids would love them.
Wow. These look so delicious. I will definitely like to try to make these sometime. Yum!
Yum. I love manwhich and I love anything made into an egg roll.
We love Manwich, but I never knew that I could make manwich and put it in an egg roll. It sounds so delicious and my son would love to try making these with me!
Good idea – I love sloppy joes and egg rolls, so what’s not to like? I will get my family to eat asian food if it kills me! This might be a good gateway drug to get them on the path.
I want to try this, you made it look pretty easy and sure mine won’t look this perfect but may taste good still
I love this,,not near the mess that I ususaly make with sloppy joes,, the grandkids would like this
I love Sloppy Joes and egg rolls so this is an awesome recipe. My grandkids would love these.
I love that they are crisped by baking, not frying!
I am excited to try these, my toddler is always on a hunt for new snacks 🙂