Traditional sloppy joes are oh so delicious but usually pretty high in sugar and fat. Most recipes have ketchup and brown sugar and are made with beef that is higher in fat than we will use here. Using a leaner ground beef (I typically recommend 90% or above for most recipes) and one magic ingredient you’ll find these sloppy joes are full of flavor and have NO added sugar! My favorite way to serve these is stuffed inside of a sweet or white potato where the insides have been scooped out. It’s also awesome as a sandwich on a toasted dave’s killer bun. I’ve even used it as protein on a salad! You can’t go wrong with this sweet and tangy lightened up sloppy Joe!
🔹1 lb 90% lean (or higher) grass fed ground Beef
🔹1 Tbsp (30g) Minced Garlic
🔹2T White Onion, diced
🔹1/8 tsp pepper
🔹¼ tsp salt
Sloppy Joe Sauce:
🔹6T (90g) tomato paste
🔹2T (30g) yellow mustard
🔹1 Tbsp (15g) Apple Cider Vinegar
🔹3-4 T allulose syrup (I get the allulose maple syrup from Kroger)
🔹1 tsp chili Powder
🔹¼ tsp Cayenne Pepper, to your spice preference (optional, you can leave out if you don’t want spice)
🔹In a medium bowl, whisk together all of the ingredients for the sauce and set aside. You can taste and adjust seasonings to your preference if you’d like
🔹Cook the first 5 ingredients in a skillet on medium heat until the beef is done.
🔹Turn the heat to low and add sloppy joes sauce to the beef mixture.
🔹Stir to combine and simmer on very low heat for 5 min or so to let the flavors meld.
Makes approx 4-5oz servings
Nutrition: 195kcal: 9F/6C/22P