This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Manwich. All opinions are 100% mine.
I have been eating Manwich since I was a kid, and it was always a delightfully messy, delicious treat when it was placed in front of me at the dinner table. Not much about my love of Manwich has changed since then; it is still messy and still delicious, only I'm the one making it now.
I was recently sent three cans of Manwich's sweet and tangy sauce: Original, Bold, and Thick & Chunky.
Because sloppy joes disappear very quickly in this house, I like to make a double batch at one time, browning twice the amount of meat and adding two cans of Manwich sauce; not just that, but I mix and match. Manwich Original and Bold sauce together is awesome.
I can confidently say that my adult self may enjoy Manwich even more than my child self did. Not only does it still have that same taste I can devour in minutes, lick my fingers and hands semi-clean, and go back for seconds, but it is so quick and so, so easy to make. You would think a delicious meal the whole family can enjoy shouldn't be this easy to make, but Manwich is.
First, brown your beef.
Then, add Manwich sloppy joe sauce.
As disappointing as it may be to realize that the lazy days of summer are coming to end, our schedules are only going to get busier as kids head back to school and extra-curricular activities. Because Manwich can be made and put on the table in less than 30 minutes, it is a great weeknight meal solution for busy families with jam-packed schedules.
While we all probably think of sloppy joes when we think of Manwich, these sauces are actually really versatile. With just three flavors, the possibilities of Manwich Recipes that can be made from them are limitless. For inspiration, look no further than the Manwich TV Ads.
What makes Manwich even better is that each can offers a full serving of vegetables and is free of artificial flavors and preservatives. So the next time you're running low on time and wondering what you could possibly make for dinner, get Manwich.