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These sloppy joe stuffed pumpkins are the perfect recipe for cooking with kids. Not only are these sloppy joe pumpkins a fun fall treat but they’re super delicious and oh so easy to make!
Sloppy Joe Stuffed Pumpkins Recipe
A Simple and Delicious Kid Friendly Recipe for Fall
As Fall arrives, I get in the mood for meals my mom use to serve – warm, hearty, tasty that when you come in for dinner time the entire house was filled with the aroma of a great meal. Now that I have kids of my own I want them to enjoy those same experiences and memories – great, mouthwatering aroma, everyone at the table talking and sharing the news of their day, and a meal that not only taste great but makes memories and fills your heart with love. I appreciate how quick, easy and parent friendly Manwich is–not to mention, the Original still has that same great taste I loved as a child. And they’ve now kicked it up a notch with the BOLD flavoring and Thick & Chunky!
Little Man always wants to be helping in the kitchen and these Sloppy Joe Stuffed Pumpkins are the perfect kid-friendly recipe for him to help out with. Around here we love Fall with all the pumpkins, beautiful reds, golds and orange leaves being outside and enjoying the crispness of the air. This time of year it’s imperative that we have a super simple meal that we can whip together for dinner.
- 1 lb ground beef (I use 97% fat free)
- 1 Can Manwich
- 1 8-pack refrigerated biscuits
- Non-stick Cooking Spray
- Spray muffin tins with non-stick cooking spray.
- Brown ground beef in skillet.
- Drain excess grease off of ground beef.
- Stir in Manwich.
- Cut biscuits in half and place in muffin cups.
- Drop a spoonful on Manwich filling into each biscuit.
- Close biscuits and bake at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.
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