Sloppy Joe Twice Baked Potato Recipe

Manwich Twice Baked Potato Recipe

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Manwich Twice Baked Potatoes: Fluffy potatoes, garlic mushrooms, bold and tangy manwich, all covered in melted cheesy goodness — yep this recipe is a National Sloppy Joe Day must! There is no better way to kick off your week than with this simple meal solution your entire family is bound to love!

Manwich Twice Baked Potato Recipe
When it comes to Mondays, things get crazy here. The routine change, early morning appointments, late work hours playing catch up of what did I miss over the weekend…crazy hectic.

And honestly, it was getting us into this horrible habit of delivery pizza and Chinese food. This week we took on a new challenge — Manwich Mondays and it was such and incredibly simple meal made of quality ingredient that brought our family’s attention back to mealtime and away from the everyday distractions.

Ingredients Needed for Manwich Twice Baked Potatoes:

{printable recipe below}

Manwich Bold Sloppy Joe Twice Baked Potatoes

Manwich is a hearty sauce with a sweet and tangy taste that is free of artificial flavors and preservatives. If you are not a meat eater this recipe can still be made without the beef –and it tastes just as good! We gave this a try for Olivia since we have a hard time getting her to eat red meats and she was just as surprised as we were that Manwich can be used without meat!

How to Make Manwich Twice Baked Potatoes:

The longest part of making this meal is prepping your potatoes. To start you are going to want to wrap your potatoes in tin foil {or cover them in a manner which will preserve moisture} and bake for 45 minutes at 450 degrees. While 45 minutes seems like a long time to be baking this step is a throw in the oven, set a timer, and forget step. During this time we worked on homework and every day house chores. It flew by like no other!

Tin Foil Wrapped Twice Baked Potatoes

Once your timer goes off remove your potatoes from the oven, turn the oven down to 200 degrees, and unwrap from the foil to cool down. If you are talented enough {I was not} you can slice them in half to speed up the cooling down. Be gentle with them if they are hot because they will peel and rip easily.

Sliced Twice Baked Potatoes

While your potatoes cool brown your beef.

Ground Beef Manwich

And sautée your mushrooms with garlic and green onions. We used one clove of garlic, a pinch of cloves, and 2 cups of sliced mushrooms.

Sautée Mushrooms and Garlic

While all of this is cooking on low to medium heat, your potatoes should be cooled down enough to begin working on. Scoop out the insides of your potatoes into a bowl with a large spoon. Leave about 1/4 an inch of potatoes around the edge. Take what you have in the bowl and add 2-3 cups of ranch dressing– mash it up. It does not have to be a smooth consistency.

Ranch Mashed Potatoes

Add this back into the potato skins creating a bowl.

Twice Baked Potato Bowls

And that is done until your ground beef is ready! Once your beef is good to go, drain it of grease, add in one can of Manwich {there are three types to choose from –Original, Bold, and Thick & Chunky — we used Bold}. Add one scoop of your Sloppy Joe mixture to your potato skins.

Sloppy Joe Twice Baked Potatoes

Top with your grilled mushrooms and garlic.

Sloppy Joe Twice Baked Potatoes

And then smother in shredded cheese.

Sloppy Joe Twice Baked Potato Recipe

Place your potatoes back into the oven briefly — just long enough to melt the cheese — and serve!

Sloppy Joe Twice Baked Potatoes
Serves 6
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Ingredients
  1. 4-6 Large Potatoes (at least the length of your hand)
  2. 2lbs. Ground Beef
  3. 2 cups Mushrooms
  4. 1 Garlic Clove
  5. Cloves as Desired
  6. Swiss Cheese as Desired
  7. 2-3 cups of Ranch Dressing
  8. 1 can Hunts Manwich Bold Sloppy Joe Sauce
Instructions
  1. Preheat Oven to 450 Degrees.
  2. Wrap Potatoes in Tin Foil and Bake at 450 degrees for 45 minutes.
  3. Once your timer goes off remove your potatoes from the oven, turn the oven down to 200 degrees, and unwrap from the foil to cool down.
  4. Slice potatoes in half to speed up the cooling down. Be gentle with them if they are hot because they will peel and rip easily.
  5. While your potatoes cool brown your beef.
  6. Sautée your mushrooms with garlic and green onions.
  7. While all of this is cooking on low to medium heat, your potatoes should be cooled down enough to begin working on. Scoop out the insides of your potatoes into a bowl with a large spoon. Leave about 1/4 an inch of potatoes around the edge. Take what you have in the bowl and add 2-3 cups of ranch dressing– mash it up. It does not have to be a smooth consistency.
  8. Add this back into the potato skins creating a bowl.
  9. And that is done until your ground beef is ready! Once your beef is good to go, drain it of grease, add in one can of Manwich {there are three types to choose from –Original, Bold, and Thick & Chunky — we used Bold}. Add one scoop of your Sloppy Joe mixture to your potato skins.
  10. Top with your mushrooms and cheese.
  11. Bake your potatoes at 200 degrees until cheese is melted.
  12. Serve and Enjoy!
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