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"DELICIOUS! Super easy and a cheap way to feed a lot of folks (or freeze for another night)! I only used 1 1/2 lbs extra lean ground beef, 2 14 oz cans petite diced tomatoes, and 16 oz. tomato sauce. I used Barilla elbow noodles (thrown in the last 30 minutes on high) I also added 3 cloves of garlic, and may even throw in a little extra next time. ..."
"These are my family's new favorite Sloppy Joe's too! I made the filling in the crockpot, substituted 3/4 extra lean ground beef, 1/2 green pepper for celery, reduced sugar ketchup, Splenda brown sugar blend, and regular mustard. Absolutely superb!! Good on cornbread too. Thanks for the awesome recipe!"
"Sooo good! This was my first time cooking dried beans. I don't even really like beans all that much! But these were fantastic! I omitted the bacon grease, and they were plenty flavorful enough! I let a lot of the water cook out so they weren't so "soupy.""
"Very tasty. Hard to believe they are all whole wheat! I use 2 TBS. of Splenda instead of honey, and applesauce instead of the oil. I don't buy buttermilk so I just use the vinegar/fat free milk substitute. My 3 year old gets very excited when she gets to eat PANCAKES!"
"Pretty good. This is pretty much how I made my turkey loaf anyway, but this recipe gave me some ideas to add extra flavor and moisture. Thanks!"
"Great! I add red onion to our because we LOVE onion. My husband, who hates tomatoes, loves this stuff. We eat it on parmesan crusted chicken or salad as opposed to bread."
"WOW! I've made this a couple times now and was really skeptical at first, but it is even more delicious than regular lasagna! So much more flavor! I half the recipe and use a smaller casserole dish. I use turkey spicy Italian sausage (I buy the links and cut the casing off before cooking). I use a bag of fresh baby spinach instead of frozen. NO re..."