Turkey Sloppy Joes Lettuce Wraps


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Turkey sloppy joes lettuce wraps made with Hunt’s Manwich sauce are a great way to enjoy your favorite sloppy joes lightened up!

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It’s a new year and like many people, I’m trying to lead a healthier lifestyle.  My husband and I have made some significant changes to our diet since January started and I’m feeling great! One thing we’ve change about our diet is to limit our intake of bread and pasta.  I won’t lie – it’s not been easy.  We both particularly miss sandwiches and I misse the ease of  making sandwiches.

So when Manwich asked me to try out their sauces, I knew I had to find a lighter, bread free, way to enjoy my beloved sloppy joe!  One thing we’ve discovered is that many sandwiches can be eaten on lettuce as wraps.  I also decided to lighten up the meat and cook the sloppy joes with ground turkey instead of ground beef. Manwich sent us three Manwich flavors to try -Original, Bold, and Thick & Chunky.  I used the Thick & Chunky flavor for the lettuce wraps.

The turkey sloppy joe lettuce wraps were delicious! And they didn’t even lose the “sloppy” part!  There was plenty of scooping and eating of the meat from plates – as it should be. The best part was how easy this meal was to put together.  All I had to do was brown the meat and add in our favorite Hunt’s Manwich sauce to heat.  Then I just served the meat on butter lettuce. Quick and easy!

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Turkey Sloppy Joes Lettuce Wraps
 
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Ingredients
  • 1 - 1½ pounds ground turkey
  • 1 can Hunt's Manwich sauce, any flavor
  • 1 head of butter lettuce or romaine lettuce
Instructions
  1. Brown turkey in a pot or pan until cooked through.
  2. Add Hunt's Manwich sauce and stir to combine. Allow mixture to heat up.
  3. Serve turkey sloppy joes on lettuce.

 

 

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80 comments on “Turkey Sloppy Joes Lettuce Wraps

  1. Great idea for a lettuce wraps. Pinned! Thanks for sharing with us at #Throwback Thursday. Can’t wait to see what you bring to the party this week.
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  2. I love a tasty lettuce wrap. Looks so delicious!

  3. Kuddos to you for choosing to live healthier, when I hear this it makes me smile! I love lettuce wraps and if you really miss the pasta switch to gluten free and treat yourself once a week for doing awesome! The thing with wheat it drains your energy and it’s just hard to digest. I thought I would miss bread when I said good bye – but like you found the lettuce wraps a great option. Will have to give this one a try.
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  4. Melissa on said:

    Hello!
    Do I season the ground turkey while cooking it?

  5. What a great way to enjoy lots of flavour without a lot of carbs! Your Turkey Sloppy Joes in Lettuce Wraps look delicious.
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  6. I just love lettuce wraps and your Turkey Sloppy Joes Lettuce Wraps look awesome! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
    Miz Helen
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  7. I know what you mean, I made Sloppy Joes the other day but used buns instead of lettuce, but the next time I will. Thank you for sharing and linking up with us at #WWDParty. Have a wonderful weekend!
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  8. Those meatball hoagies look AMAZING… ALMOST as amazing as your lettuce wraps, Camille! YUMMI!

  9. Mary Happymommy on said:

    I have my eye on the saucy meatloaf recipe.

  10. Livivua Chandler on said:

    the meatball recipe

  11. Seyma Shabbir on said:

    I want to try the Sloppy joe slider pull aparts!

  12. Debbie Clauer on said:

    I would try making the Creamy Sloppy Joe Bites.

  13. jodi frasier/lasher on said:

    I would like to try the meatball hoagies. Thanks

  14. laurie on said:

    I want to try the Sloppy Joe Slider Pull Aparts

  15. Katie Bellamy on said:

    I’d like to try the Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake!

  16. Melissa W. on said:

    My son thinks the Sloppy Joe cups look the best :) So that would be what we would try first!

  17. Andrea Williams on said:

    I would like to try the Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake.

  18. heather eg kaufman on said:

    Sloppy Joe Tacos

  19. What a variety of ideas! I’d like to try the baked sloppy joe cups.

  20. I would love to try the Turkey Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake recipe!
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  21. I think I’d try the Saucy Baked Chicken.

  22. Michelle C on said:

    I would love to try Sloppy Joe Topped Spaghetti, Meatball Hoagies, Sloppy Joe Slider Pull Aparts and other various recipes too. They all look so good and delicious too.

  23. Desiree DeYoung on said:

    The tangy sweet pork chops!!!^_^

  24. Can’s wait to try turkey wraps made with Manwich Sloppy Joe sauce.

  25. jennifer on said:

    I would like to try the sloppy joe biscuit casserole!

  26. Anna E. on said:

    I would like to try the Saucy Meatloaf Recipe.

  27. Crystal Morton on said:

    I want to try the Hero Joe

  28. Wendy Mastin on said:

    I would like to try the Stress-Free Turkey Picadillo

  29. I’d like to try their recipe for Saucy Meatloaf!

  30. My favorite is the recipe for the Chuckwagon Beef and Bean skillet. They also have a meatloaf recipe that I want to try out.

  31. I think the Sloppy Joe Tacos sound amazing! YuM!

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  32. Lisa Cooper on said:

    I’d love to try the Meatball Hoagies.

  33. I would like to try the Turkey Picadillo.

  34. Sacha Schroeder on said:

    I want to try the meatball hoagies!

  35. Nancy A. on said:

    I would try the Saucy Meatloaf recipe first, but they all look good! I can’t make a decent meatloaf to save my life, they fall all apart and I didn’t know you could use Manwich to make one with! I would love to win this prize, I need all the help I can get!!

  36. Heather McCormick on said:

    I would like to try the Stress-Free Turkey Picadillo

  37. Thomas Murphy on said:

    I want to try the Hero Joe

  38. Amanda Sakovitz on said:

    Id love to try the Meatball Hoagie!

  39. Sharon O. Asbridge on said:

    Sloppy Joe Topped Spaghetti looks like a recipe I would like to try – 2 of my fave combos – Manwich and spaghetti!

  40. Leann Lindeman on said:

    Chuckwagon Turkey and Bean Skillet sounds good!

  41. Amy Honious on said:

    I would love to try the Sloppy Joe Biscuit Casserole-looks hearty, comforting and easy! Thanks for the very yummy giveaway :)

  42. The saucy meatloaf sounds good, may try it.

  43. Natalie on said:

    The sloppy joe casserole thank u

  44. I would like to try the Meatball Hoagies and the Baked Sloppy Joe Cups.
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  45. Karen D on said:

    I’d like to try the Vegetarian Sloppy Joes

  46. Mary Beth Elderton on said:

    The Saucy Meatloaf sounds wonderful! Just for the meatloaf and for left over meatloaf sandwiches.

  47. Jennifer Rogers on said:

    I think I would like to try the Saucy Meatloaf!

  48. Audra O'Hara on said:

    I’d like to try making the Sloppy Joe macaroni skillet.

  49. Tracy Jones on said:

    I will be making the Party Sausage Dip.

  50. jasmine b on said:

    i want to try Turkey Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake

  51. Harmony B on said:

    Would like to try the Sloppy Joe Dip

  52. Danielle Porter on said:

    The Party Sausage Dip looks really yummy!! and easy to make!

  53. Left over turkey sloppy joes

  54. Sandra VanHoey on said:

    I like the Savory Chicken and Pasta Skillet recipe

  55. I would try the Sloppy Joe Macaroni Skillet

  56. jenn giannetto on said:

    i would love to try the baked sloppy joe cups

  57. Connie Cain on said:

    I would love to try the baked sloppy joe cups, it’s on my to do list for sure. :)
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  58. Lynda Del on said:

    I’d like to try the the meatball hoagies.

  59. Karen Schroeder on said:

    I’d like to try the Saucy Chicken Wings!

  60. Darlene Carbajal on said:

    I’d like to try the Sloppy Joe’s Turkey Tacos.

  61. Michelle Hamilton on said:

    I would try Sloppy Joe’s Tacos

  62. Jessica B on said:

    Sloppy Joe Slider Pull Aparts… Yum!!!

  63. lynn buttedal on said:

    chuckwagon turkey bean skillet! yum

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  65. Kristen M on said:

    The baked sloppy joe cups look great to try for a party appetizer.

  66. latanya on said:

    the meatball hoagies

  67. rayraycartucci on said:

    Hey the chili looks good! I would love to make some…the turkey sloppy joe wrap seems great too

  68. Amy Orvin on said:

    The recipes all look so yummy, but I’d most like to try the saucy meatloaf.

  69. Angela on said:

    I want to try sloppy joes tacos.

  70. Jessie C. on said:

    I would like to try Sloppy Joe Slider Pull Aparts recipe.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

  71. rachel on said:

    I’d totally make the Shredded Beef Sandwiches.

  72. Lisa Brown on said:

    i would try the Tangy Sweet Pork Chops recipe

  73. Kelly D on said:

    I would like to try the no alarm chili recipe.

  74. I’d like to try Party Sausage Dip.
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  75. I would love to win this!

  76. I’d like to try the Sloppy Joe Dip
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  77. Ben (Ada) on said:

    I want to try the meatball hoagies.

  78. Cynthia R on said:

    i want to try the Chuckwagon Beef and Bean Skillet