All natural mix. Serves four. Healthy cooking made easy. Non-GMO project verified. nongmoproject.org. Certified gluten free. For more recipes & fun variations see cooksimplemeals.com. Grab the extra napkins! We've taken the all-American sandwich from Lunchlady Land and jazzed it up with plump pinto beans, colorful carrots and tasty turmeric. A delicious combination that will have every Joe singing for seconds. And when you need to shake it up, your friend Sloppy Joe can hop right into tacos, hoagies, grinders, or yes even meatloaf. Slop, Sloppy Joe! After learning that better eating begins at home, I created a simple solution for nutritious home cooked meals that works for today's hectic schedules. I hope these meals help you and your family, just as they've helped me and mine! - Keith Lauver, Founder & CEO. Our meals are based on leaner protein, lower sugar, and higher fiber so you feel full with fewer calories. Per Serving: 140 calories; 0 g sat fat (0% DV); 340 mg sodium (14% DV); 7 g sugars; 6 g fiber (24% DV); 5 g protein. 10% of profits are donated to Feed My Starving Children and other charities in communities nationwide. 100% recycled paperboard. Product of USA.
5.6 oz (160 g) x 6
4 per pack
Ready in about 30 minutes. Step 1: 1 lb ground turkey browned 8 mins in pot before continuing. Step 2: Pour sloppy joe mix into pot. Step 3: Add 3-1/2 cups water. Step 4: Add 6 oz tomato paste. Step 5: Boil until high. Step 6: Simmer on med-low, covered 25 mins or until beans are tender. Step 7: Option, stir in 1 tbsp worcestershire sauce before serving. Made Your Way: Add up to 1/2 cup water to taste. Season to taste with salt & pepper. Shopping list: 6 oz can of tomato paste, 1 tbsp worcestershire sauce. Kid friendly option: Add 1/2 c ketchup. Optional toppings: Spinach, mozzarella cheese. Variations: Sloppy tacos.
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