I took a couple of the best rated Sloppy Joe recipe's here on Zaar and combined them and tweaked them to my families liking. My husband was very very pleased. The servings say 4-6, but I am also serving small children and one is enough for them as the bread fills them up too, so take that into consideration. Hope you enjoy!
Came across this recipe in one of my Grandmothers old recipe books. It makes one of the softest, yet not sticky doughs I have ever worked with. This is THE ONLY dough I will use for my cinnamon rolls, and fruit rolls.
Different from the other recipes because it uses Mrs. Butterworth's Syrup instead of plain Karo. I found this recipe in a cookbook I bought from a Montana Amish (Yes we have Amish in Montana!) Kitchen/Diner called The Dinnerbell Bakery and Banquets Cook Book. Seriously sinful this spread usually doesn't make it to the bread or pancakes. And of course it makes a HUGE batch, after all it IS an Amish recipe. This is probably where they get the saying "Taste makes Waist".
French dressing is a proportion thing (at least the way I like it) Ive measured it this time around so you can make it for yourself. Hope You like it. It makes a little more than 1 1/2 cups, approximately 13 oz.
Great for nibbling or for recipes! I use this recipe in my Murder in Montana desert. Chocolate is optional. Personally I don't add it, as we enjoy it better plain. I got this from my Gram when over 10 years ago and have it and use it off of the napkin I wrote it on! Ive tried it using all margerine and all butter but the best results come from a stick of each.