My family went crazy over this! It was easy and tasty. My husband said he doesn't want "regular" sloppy joes ever again! I used a little over 1.5 lbs. of ground beef, so I scaled the sauce ingredients up. Other than that, I followed to a "T". It was difficult to get the top layer of crescent rolls sealed and to the edge of the pan, so I gave up on it, and it was still fine! I used 2 cups of cheese on top, since the recipe does not specify. It took about 20 minutes in the oven. Very quick, very tasty and family friendly! Thanks for sharing!
My picky teenager loved it. He thought it was some sort of pizza dish, so he gobbled it down. Thanks for all the extra tips Karen, they worked well. This is a keeper. Thanks!
This was a big hit! I added green pepper when browning the beef, and about 4oz. of sour cream for a richer flavor. I also substituted cheddar cheese for the mozzarella! MMMMM
Quite tasty! DH asks that I not make this too often. He considers it a risk to his waistline! Substiuted ground turkey, and cheddar cheese for personal preference. Easier to serve if you let it sit for about 5 minutes out of the oven. I think next time I may cheat and buy a can of "Manwich"!!
This is very easy to make and very delicious. It tastes like my mom's chili recipe. My niece and nephew really like it too.
My husband loved this. I am not a hamburger fan but it was OK. One pan was enough for 2 nights, and we had a can of baked beans with it. Pretty good.
great recipe! very simple for a weeknite! the crescent rolls were a little on the richs side- i think next time ill try biscuits...but everyone loved it!
This was an excellent recipe. My family really liked it. Will be making this one again. Thanks for sharing!
Made this as a quick supper last night and my kids loved it. Will definatly make again.
This is a family pleaser. We like to add a little brown sugar to sweeten it up a bit. We also use cheddar cheese instead of the mozzarella. Shared it with my sister and her kids. It was a hit with them, too.