More comfort food to share with you all today. Growing up I actually did not like Sloppy Joe’s because they always had pieces of green pepper in them that I just did not like. Now though I can make homemade Sloppy Joe’s and put in whatever I want and leave out whatever I want. This means no green peppers in mine! Yay!  The recipe I actually use is for Neat Sloppy Joe’s from AllRecipes that I found quite some time ago. I pretty much go by that recipe except that I usually add a minced up carrot in it as well and last night I added some spicy tomato paste too for an extra kick! Oh and I sauté the onions, celery, and carrot in a bit of olive oil before I put in the ground beef because that way they are soft. My version of the Sloppy Joe can be found here on another post for a Sloppy Joe Braid recipe. You can use whatever favorite Sloppy Joe recipe though that your family likes as the base for this recipe.

Sloppy Joe Casserole - Step 1 | Robyns.World

Start with preparing your favorite Sloppy Joe recipe. You do not want it super wet though so cook it down a bit more if you need to. Place in casserole dish.

Sloppy Joe Casserole - Step 2 - Robyns.World

Sprinkle some sharp cheddar cheese over the top. I used maybe 1/4 of a cup (if that) here. You do not want to go overboard because it will make it greasy.

Sloppy Joe Casserole - Step 3 - Robyns.World

Now top with your favorite uncooked refrigerator biscuits. I used Pillsbury Grand Biscuits last night because Hubby likes those. You can really use any kind of those little canned biscuits you like though.

Sloppy Joe Casserole Recipe - Step 4 - Robyns.World

Sprinkle with a little more sharp cheddar cheese on top. I used less than 1/4 cup here also. Now bake according to the package directions for the biscuits but add on another 4-7 minutes so that the biscuits cook through from the bottom also.

Sloppy Joe Casserole - Step 5 - Robyns.World

That is all there is to it! Hubby said he liked it this way better than on a regular hamburger bun even. You can adjust the amounts to whatever you need for your family size.

Sloppy Joe Braid Recipe | Robyns.World

I did a Sloppy Joe Braid a while back too that you also might like. Same kind of concept, but you use a sheet of refrigerator dough and put the Sloppy Joe mixture on it and then criss-cross the dough over the top.

I served our Sloppy Joe Biscuit casserole with tator tots (Hubby’s favorite but I do not eat them at all) that I cooked in my AirFryer, plus some steamed edamame.

Would your family enjoy this casserole? What would you serve it with?

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