Sloppy Joe Pie

"South Beach Diet Phase 1,2 & 3"
photo by _Pixie_ photo by _Pixie_
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  • Brown the hamburger with the onion, celery and garlic; drain fat. Add the tomato sauce, Splenda, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, mustard, salt and pepper. Mix well and let simmer, uncovered, about 10 minutes or so just to blend the flavors.
  • Put the meat mixture in the bottom of a greased (I used ICBINB) glass pie plate; mix in about half the cheese. Spread remaining cheese over the top. Beat the eggs in a small bowl and whisk in the mayo, cream. Pour custard mixture evenly over the cheese.
  • Bake at 350º for 30-35 minutes until nicely browned. Let stand 10 minutes before cutting.

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  1. mums the word
    DH and I have been doing the SB Diet since October so this is a great find for us! We really enjoyed it along with a tossed salad. I reduced the celery to one stalk and used about 6 oz of low fat cheese as that was all I had left in the house. The topping is a bit of a strange texture, something like an omelet on the top, but it tasted great. We will definitely repeat this one! I can see changing this up with different spices or maybe even adding a bit of taco seasoning just for fun. Thanks for posting!
  2. MelTheFruitFly
    Easy and yummy. I'm not doing south beach (so I used regular mayo, cheese, and cream), but wanted something different to do with my ground beef... this fit the bill. Thanks for posting it. :)
  3. ladypit
    Easy to make on a weeknight. This had a slightly peculiar texture and taste due to the mayo, but we ate it without any major issue. Thanks.
  4. MrsMM
    Super, super, super super easy and very nice looking. I only did 3 things different- no celery, dry mustard b/c I had no other, and I used FF mayo. This was very very rich. I think that I'll serve it with something else next time just because a little goes a long way! Very good.
  5. Jolene20fan
    Oh soooo good!! Just finished eating this for dinner and was very pleased! I omitted celery as we're not a big fan of it in dishes, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. I'm the only one on the SBD in the family, but it was thoroughly enjoyed by all with a salad on the side. Everyone asked for seconds. It definitely gave me some yummy flavors I have been missing since starting the diet.



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