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Who here is a fan of Sloppy Joe sandwiches? Who here is a fan of tater tot casserole? What if I told you that the two of these classic meals collided and turned into a delicious casserole called Sloppy Joe Bake? It’s true, and it’s happening in my oven right now.
As I type this, I can smell the heavenly aroma of Sloppy Joe sauce, cheese, and tater tots cooking, and I’ve gotta be honest, it smells dang good. I can barely wait for the timer to go off so that I can dig into this amazing casserole. I anticipate that it shall taste wonderful. It was also super easy to make. Who here likes easy-to-make casseroles? That should be everyone.
Recipe courtesy of Galona Mission.
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Quick Tip: This casserole is super easy to double when feeding a large crowd.