This recipe is right up your alley for all those semi-homemade fans out there…
You can find it in Gooseberry Patch’s brand new 101 Soups, Salads & Sandwiches (or Kindle Version).
Psst… did you see that I am giving a copy away?
Now that you are back from entering that awesome giveaway, summon your inner Sandra Lee and get your soup pot ready 😉
Start out by browning up a pound of ground beef seasoned with Steak Seasoning and Garlic Powder to taste…
I have been diggin’ this Durkee Kansas City Steak Seasoning…
And, no, they aren’t sponsoring this post…. but hey yo, Durkee… so loving your stuff… have your people call my people 😉
Once your ground beef is browned, drain it and add your BBQ Sloppy Joe sauce…
I couldn’t find BBQ Sloppy Joe sauce, so I used the Bold Manwich sauce instead…
Anyhoo… heat it through, and then add everything else…
A can of green beans- drained
A can of sweet peas- drained
A can of light red kidney beans- drained and rinsed.
And, a can of Minestrone soup
And last but not least… one can of diced tomatoes.
Then pour in 1 1/4 Cups Water
Mix ‘er up and heat through…
Serve up… psst… even better the next day!
BBQ Sloppy Joe Soup
- 1 lb Ground Beef
- Steak Seasoning and Garlic Powder
- Can of Sloppy Joe BBQ Sauce
- Green Beans- Drained
- Sweet Peas- Drained
- Light Red Kidney Beans- Drained and Rinsed
- Can Cream of Potato Soup
- Can Minestrone Soup
- Diced Tomatoes
- 1 1/4 Cup Water
- Brown ground beef after seasoning
- Add Sloppy Joe Sauce and heat through
- Add remaining ingredients and heat through
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Karen Nall says
Thanks for posting. Anything with sloppy joe has got to be good, right?! LOL! I made too many BBQ beans for dinner tonight and was looking around for a way to turn them into soup for another meal, maybe with a nice grilled cheese sandwich. Ironically, I did use half sloppy joe, half BBQ and a half can of diced tomatoes (to 2 cans of pork-n-beans). Now I’ve seen your recipe, I am thinking, what the heck, throw in that cup and half of left over spaghetti sauce (that’ll stand for the minestrone), some italian sausage, some mixed veggies, pinto beans and I should be good! I see you have cream of potato and I’m not feeling that right now… but I have some instant potatoes that were given to me (I wondered what I would do with them) so I will take a scoop or two of the soup in a separate pan and see if the potatoes are a go or not. If it’s good, I’ll post back and stand corrected on the potato addition. (-: