Easy Cheesy Sloppy Joe Stuffed Crescent Rolls are the quickest little appetizer or meal ever, which means weeknight dinner or party food is only minutes away. This is going to be one of those staples you keep coming back to over and over again!
Hi everyone! It’s Amy from Little Dairy on the Prairie! I’m excited to share my Easy Cheesy Sloppy Joe Bombs with you today!
Sloppy Joes are a well-liked American dish that can be made using various ingredients or sauces that are easily accessible in modern American homes. A sloppy joe is a hamburger bun-based sandwich made with ground beef and other ingredients. Early in the 20th century, in the United States, the dish first appeared. A quick and simple ground venison recipe, these Venison Stuffed Crescent Rolls are the ideal main meal or hearty side dish made with simple ingredients.
Sloppy Joe Stuffed Crescent Rolls Ingredients
Sloppy Joes are called by a number of different names around the United States including Taverns, Hot Tamales, Barbecues, Steamers, Wimpies, Yip Yips, Dynamites, and Slush burgers, and are available on a number of restaurant menus around the country. They are also one of the most popular items served at American barbecues sauce. They are a good source of protein, carbs, vitamins, and minerals. Sloppy joes can be made healthier by reducing their fat and calorie content while increasing their vital nutrient content.
It is high protein food. (Such as meat, fish, poultry, beans, tofu, etc.) during all of our meals. This is due to the fact that protein not only supports bodily functions like muscular protein synthesis, which is essential for the growth and upkeep of our muscles but also because it keeps us feeling full and pleased.
Fiber is a substance we can eat to increase the feeling of fullness after meals, and it is found in plant-based foods. Consuming fiber may improve your digestion and lower your risk of developing chronic diseases.
Because they are crisp on the outside, delicate on the inside, and never sticky, crescent rolls are irresistible. It’s a delicious, satisfying, and hearty comfort meal recipe. The classic crescent shape is just one of the many shapes they can take, along with rings, envelopes, roll-ups, and pinwheels. They can be filled with an endless variety of delicious things! Occasionally savory with meat, it makes a fantastic starter or afternoon snack. Sometimes they come with a sit-down supper! They might be the top or bottom crust of a dish!
Sloppy Joe Stuffed Crescent Rolls Recipe
This overly crazy busy time of the year leaves me scrambling at dinner time more often than not! It’s recipes like this one that helps me get dinner on the table in no time at all. Be sure to check out my other super quick and easy recipes too!
Do you know what else is awesome about this recipe? It only has 5 simple, really simple ingredients! We are talking…
- Hamburger (If you happen to have leftover sloppy joe meat, that makes the whole process even faster.)
- Sloppy Joe Sauce (I used Manwich just to keep things quick.)
- Crescent Rolls
- Shredded Cheese (Any flavor will do! I’ve used pepper jack, cheddar, and Swiss.)
- Seasonings for the Top. (Once again, use whatever you have around. I used Italian Seasoning. Minced Parsley would work too!)
How to Make Sloppy Joe Stuffed Crescent Rolls?
- Set crescent rolls in a greased muffin tin. Press them into the bottom of the pan so it covers the bottom of each muffin spot. Don’t stress if it looks like it’s not fitting perfectly. It will all work out in the end!
- Spoon a couple of tablespoons of sloppy joe mix over the crescent rolls.
- Sprinkle cheese over the top.
- Pull corners of crescent rolls over the top of bombs. It’s completely fine if there are parts of sloppy joe mix and cheese peeking out of the bomb. Just do the best you can, and everything will work itself out in the oven!
- Sprinkle with seasonings.
Pop the Easy Cheesy Sloppy Joe Crescents in the oven and bake them for 12-14 minutes. They should be golden brown on the top!
Let your stuffed crescent rolls hang out in the muffin pan for just a few minutes to cool a little then serve them. My family likes Easy Cheesy Sloppy Joe Bombs exactly as they are. I’m a little more adventurous when it comes to garnishes like veggies, sour cream, and parsley than my boys are. No doubt adding pretties to the top takes extra effort and time, and if you don’t have time for that it’s no big deal because these are delicious by themselves!
Add Easy Cheesy Sloppy Joe Bombs to your menu this week or bring them to your next holiday party! I’m pretty sure you are going to love this new spin on an old classic! Enjoy!Print
Sloppy Joe Stuffed Crescent Rolls
Easy Cheesy Sloppy Joe Stuffed Crescent Rolls are the quickest little appetizer or meal ever, which means weeknight dinner or party food is only minutes away
- Total Time: 27 minutes
- Yield: 16 1x
- 2 cans crescent rolls 16 rolls total
- 1 pound ground beef
- 15 ounces sloppy joe sauce
- 1 1/2 cups shredded cheese
- Italian seasoning to taste
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease 16 cups in muffin tins.
Brown and crumble ground beef until cooked through. Drain meat if desired. Add sloppy joe sauce, and heat until warmed through.
Meanwhile, place one crescent roll into each muffin cup. Press dough into the muffin tin and up the sides, creating a little base for the bombs.
Spoon about two tablespoons of sloppy joe mixture into each roll lined muffin cup. Sprinkle grated cheese over the meat in each cup.
Pull corners of crescent roll up to cover filling, and pinch together. (Don’t worry if there is cheese and sloppy joe mixture peeking through cracks in the crescent roll. It will be okay!)
Sprinkle tops of Easy Cheesy Sloppy Joe Bombs with Italian seasoning.
Bake for 12-14 minutes, until tops are golden brown. Let sit for about 3-5 minutes then serve!
- Prep Time: 15
- Cook Time: 12
- Category: Kid Food, Red Meat
The quality of the components in a Sloppy Joe Stuffed Crescent Rolls usually determines its nutritious worth. A portion of Sloppy Joe mixture, which includes both the meat and the sauce, will typically have 525 calories. A typical serving size for the beef and sauce combo is a half cup. There are two ways to lower a Sloppy Joe’s fat and calorie content. The first technique involves using premium ground beef with low-fat content. Second, a Sloppy Joe dinner can be made more nutritious by using a 100% whole grain replacement to the traditional white bun.
|Calories||525 kcal||Carbohydrates||38 g|
|Protein||30 g||Fat||29 g|
|Saturated Fat||13 g||Potassium||733 mg|
|Cholesterol||89 mg||Fiber||2 g|
|Sugar||17 g||Vitamin A||772 IU|
|Vitamin C||14 mg||Calcium||145 mg|
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Variation and Substitution
Gluten Free: If you want to have a healthy, gluten-free sloppy joe, the substitutions are simple for this recipe! Just ensure all of your components are free from gluten-containing fillers and serve your sloppy joes on your favorite gluten-free hamburger buns.
With Ground Turkey: If you want these healthy sloppy joes to be a little lower in fat, feel free to substitute the ground beef for ground turkey. Make sure you add a little fat (like butter or avocado oil) to the pan before browning, since the turkey will stick to the pan and brown poorly without a little extra fat.
On Texas Toast: If you love Texas toast, you can serve your sloppy Joes with Texas toast instead of a bun. You can use a plain version or a garlic bread version for extra flavor.
What You’ll Love About This Recipe?
Quick: it is very quick and easily made in Less than an hour from start to finish.
Easy: Everything cooks in the same pan with some simpler ingredients.
Versatile: This sloppy joe meat is flexible; you may serve it with buns, baked potatoes, or even by itself.
Flavorful: You’ll enjoy the dish’s sweet, tangy, and savory flavors.
Leftovers: If you have any leftover meat, it reheats quite well.
How To Store?
Ø Crescent roll leftovers can be kept in the refrigerator for up to five days if they are kept in an airtight container or freezer bag. Eat them cold or microwave them at 15-second intervals to reheat them until they are warm enough to eat.
Ø They can also be frozen for a period of three months. Make sure to label them so you will subsequently be able to identify them precisely.
Ø To prevent them from sticking together when they freeze, it is a good idea to wrap each one in plastic wrap separately.
Ø You can microwave them until they are warm enough to consume, leave them on the counter for up to two hours, or place them in the refrigerator for 24 hours to thaw.
I just fix these for a quick supper tonight and they were awesome I’ll spice the Sloppy Joe mix with a little bit of chili Added minced onion when I put it in the crescent roll Delicioso
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I made these for a tailgate party and used Italian sausage and mozzarella. Turned out great and everyone asked for the recipe!
Wow! It really sounds delicious, how about sending a photo of your delightful version of sloppy joe stuffed crescent rolls so we can see how it looks? Let me try that one, and I’m pretty sure my kids will love your version of this recipe.
Can you freeze these for future use
Casey G. says
I made these tonight for dinner, and they were terrific! I make my own sauce, but apart from that, I followed the recipe precisely and really enjoyed the results. I will definitely make these again.
Lisa Meinecke says
Im wondering do these reheat well? I would like to make them ahead of time and pop in the microwave later in the day. Thanks,
Danielle Valdivia says
Hi there – I came across your sloppy joe stuffed crescent roll recipe today. I had a crazy weekend, was so tired, looking for something easy. Happened to have all the ingredients on hand including Manwich in the pantry. I use ground turkey instead of beef so I call them “sloppy gobbles”. Served with a simple side salad, husband loved dinner! So it was a win-win! Thanks for posting this recipe.