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  • Caroline Whitney

    Neat Sloppy Joes Recipe via This is my favorite sloppy joe recipe. I leave out the celery and sometimes put green peppers instead.

  • Troy

    Neat Sloppy Joes Recipe Lunch and Snacks, Main Dishes with lean ground beef, chopped onion, chopped celery, condensed tomato soup, ketchup, white vinegar, brown sugar, worcestershire sauce, salt, garlic powder, hamburger buns

  • Kelly Catanese

    Homemade Sloppy Joes: I use low sodium tomato sauce instead of condensed tomato soup and chop the onions & celery teeny tiny with a vegie chopper. Also added about a tbsp of bbq sauce and did not add any brown sugar. They are delish and a family fav! Make enough to freeze a batch for another time.

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