Classic Sloppy Joes – Low Carb Keto Sandwich Recipe

Welcome all! Papa G here. Today I present
Sloppy Joes. This classic American sandwich was invented back in the early
1900’s and has been on a lunch menu of American
tables ever since. The original homemade recipe uses brown sugar and a couple of
other low carbohydrate no-no’s and using a popular store-bought Sloppy Joe mix
isn’t much better either. Let’s get started. Add 1 pound of ground beef to a
skillet on medium-high heat and break it up a bit. Add the whites and greens of 5
stalks of green onions – about a third of a cup. And add some finely diced bell
pepper. Season with some salt; ground black pepper; and a little garlic powder.
Cook until all the beef is browned and the vegetables have softened. At this point
you may want to drain the residual fat and have a little less sloppy experience.
I’ll be keeping it and reducing it by cooking it a bit longer. After the meat
has browned, we’ll add the classic Sloppy Joe flavor by adding some plain white vinegar; some of my low carbohydrate Worcestershire sauce; just a touch of yellow mustard and about 3/4 of a cup of reduced sugar ketchup. We’ll finish by
adding a liquid sugar substitute equal to 1 tablespoon of regular sugar. Now mix well until everything is fully incorporated. Serve hot on my low carbohydrate
hamburger buns and enjoy all the flavors of a classic Sloppy Joe without all the
carbohydrates. There you have it folks! My low carbohydrate
Sloppy Joe sandwich recipe. Who says being on a low carbohydrate diet can’t
be delicious and fun? I hope you enjoyed this video. If you did, please like and
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Reader Comments

  1. High Fat High Fun

    I love me a Sloppa G (that’s what this is called now, BTW). Oh, and I gasped at the end when you picked it up! 😳😄

  2. Vickie Cook

    Yummy!!! I also been waiting on this. All your recipes are quick,,few ingredients and just normal regular foods,nothing real fancy. That is why you are a favorite of mine. I will need to look back on your Worcester sauce recipe and make that first for I know the regular is higher in carbs. I've made your buns recipe before. I'm making the banana muffins in a few days. I still have some frozen blueberry muffins been trying to eat up first. But please keep these wonderful easy dishes coming! You and Dot are amazing!

  3. Lisa Sengebusch

    Love you Papa g ❤️❤️❤️ Between your sexy voice and your wonderful presentations of yummy recipes…YOU are the complete package !

  4. Crazy Harry the Muppet

    THANK YOU FOR THIS!!! When comes to low carb bread I found that the Low Carb Bread Company out of California makes some of the best buns and bagels at only 2 net carbs per bun/bagel

  5. Dana Summers

    Since watching this video, I've made this recipe several times because I LOVE it. It's different than the sloppy joes I've had before but in a good way. I think it's the vinegar. I don't even bother with the buns because it smells too good to wait to make them. Highly recommend!

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