Campbell's Kitchen Souper Sloppy Joes

Campbell's Kitchen Souper Sloppy Joes


"Ground beef simmers in a savory mustard-spiked tomato sauce to pile into sandwich buns."


15 m servings
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Original recipe yields 6 servings


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  1. 11 Ratings


I've been eating these my whole life! We do add brown sugar to this recipe. My kids like to eat theirs with ripple potato chips in the sandwich, which adds salt and crunch. It's good, I've tri...

This is absolutely my husband's favorite sloppy joe recipe. He always asks for it. Sometimes I add dijon mustard if I have it on hand, but regular mustard suits him just fine. I also sometimes a...

I have been using this recipe for quite a few years but do not use the mustard. Instead try it with sweet pickle relish (add to taste) or if you have picky eaters like I do just use the juice f...

I thought this recipe was quite bland. There wasn't much flavor to it and I ended up adding worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper and some sugar to add some flavor.

Its 5 stars after I made some changes. This was a good foundation for sloppy joe but did not cut it for my family. These are the following modifications that I made: 1) added 1/2 orange pepper 2...

I made this because my daughter hates onions and peppers. My whole family ended up liking it. The taste and consistency was just right. The only thing I did different was I added brown mustard ...

like the other reviewwers this recipe was kind of bland.. so i mixed it up a bit. i added 2 tablespoons of crushed red pepper, 2 tablespoons of Lawrys HOt taco seasoning. I also subistutied the ...

Not very tasty. Definitely needed more flavor. Maybe sprinkle some onion powder. I wasn't impressed.

fine - I had all ingredients on hand so I tried it. Good but soupy. Next time I will add more beef. But the taste was good.