I know many of you may be shot in the new year cleaning your diet, maybe making a quick or clean, maybe a 30 days or something. Those are all great things to give you a kick start! – but for those of you with kiddos at home, that sort of thing does not fly with them
And those children deserve real food to eat too! still you can clear the way your family is eating and keep some food that kids who maybe are not used to real food will eat.
Sloppy Joes were a staple at my house growing up and I know that child is a favorite in many homes. The problem with the material of the can is in the syrup high fructose corn, preservatives, and some brands add color to be brighter. That’s a pretty ugly combo for kids trying to concentrate on school work or having a good night’s sleep!
We assume a nutritional contribution to this dinner Sloppy Joe by using meat grassfed cattle which far exceeds the nutritional profile of conventional cow meat .
also use outbreaks of red beans in my mix. And there are two reasons for this. The first is to stretch my budget flesh. Although I think I have a very good price for beef grassfed where I live, with 3 bottomless wells to feed (make 4 to include my husband!) it only makes sense management to stretch my budget what you can. we digest bean sprouts very well and can not tell the difference in the texture of the mixture. bean sprouts also raise the level of nutrients like rise more than their nutrients available to absorb (also removes the “gas” in the beans!). If you do not tolerate grains in your diet, you can duplicate in the flesh!
use gluten free buns bakery Sami for these, but if you have a favorite muffin or make your own, go for it! I recommend staying away from traditional buns likely grew as they are just full of crap. Something sprung would be great, or just home. If you are free of grain that can have a big plate of lettuce, or poured over a baked potato -. Is so good and in fact do so often
This recipe makes a lot. do it this way so you can make a mess in a pot once and store leftovers for quick dinners pull out on busy weeks. If you do not want this amount of debris, then just half the recipe.
Print Real Food Sloppy Joes :: To compare different Manwich and canned sauces Sloppy Joe! Author: Renee – www.raisinggenerationnourished.com ingredients
- 2 lb grassfed ground beef
- 6 cups welled / red beans cooked – this is about a pound of dried beans (or an additional 2 pound pounds of meat if you go out the beans out)
- 2 medium onions, chopped
- 2 green peppers, chopped (! that really only BUZZ onion and pepper in my fast processor)
- 1 head garlic, minced
- 2 ½ cups organic tomato sauce (clock ingredients – without HFC)
- ¼ cup organic mustard (again – see ingredients)
- 2 – 4 TB pure maple syrup
- 1 cup bone broth and water
- 1 TB chili powder
- 1 teaspoon (more if you want more kick)
- sea salt / pepper to taste
- ¼ cup arrowroot or tapioca flour mixed in a little water to thicken
red pepper flakes
- in a large soup pot cook onion and green pepper in a good ¼ cup or less of fat pets (butter, oil coconut, lard) for 5 ish minutes with a pinch of salt to bring out the juices and sweeten.
- Add the garlic and cook for one minute.
- Add the minced beef and sear through.
- Add the cooked beans, ketchup, mustard, maple syrup, water, chili powder and red pepper flakes and bring to a simmer. Simmer about 10ish minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Add the arrowroot mixture / water and heat through until it thickens.
- Serve in a bun of your choice, or if it is free grain is delicious on a plate large lettuce, or more than a baked potato!
For real fries food you see in photos above, check out is post!
would like to know how children like them!
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