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Sloppy Joe-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with BBQ Ranch Dressing

March 10, 2019 0 Comments



Sloppy Joe-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with BBQ Ranch Dressing

This comforting, substantial recipe makes a fantastic post-workout meal when you’re ravenous, still a bit shaky and need a little boost of carbs, protein and fat to replenish. It’s also a great kids meal: ideal for sleepovers, a once-in-a-while dinner in front of the television, or even a summertime meal around the campfire—precook the sweet potatoes at home and wrap them in foil, warm the sloppy joe sauce in a pot on a hibachi or other portable grill, and assemble in front of the fire.

Remember when a plain baked potato paired with a diet soda was considered “diet” food? LOL. Our souped-up spud provides a far more nourishing meal for active adults and kids. It’s as craveable as the cheesy, bacon-topped tater skins you can find at pub happy hours and chain restaurants, but, arguably, much more delicious. It’s layer upon layer upon layer of flavor.

Sloppy Joe-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with BBQ Ranch Dressing Recipe

Sloppy Joe-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with BBQ Ranch

Time: about 1 hour, 40 minutes

Servings: 4

Ingredients

Instructions

To make the sweet potatoes:

  • Preheat oven to 400ºF.
  • Pierce each potato a few times with a fork.
  • Place sweet potatoes on a rimmed baking sheet lined with foil or parchment paper.
  • Bake until tender, about 45 minutes.
  • Remove from oven and allow to cool for 5–10 minutes.
  • Cut a slit down the middle of each potato, taking care not to cut all the way in half. Gently pull the sides apart to create a bed for the rest of the ingredients.

Sloppy Joe Recipe

To learn how to make the sloppy joe sauce, please check out our Primal Sloppy Joes Recipe on our founder’s blog, Mark’s Daily Apple.

To assemble:

  • Top each cooked sweet potato with two generous ladles of sloppy joe sauce.
  • To each sweet potato, add: one teaspoon of ricotta cheese, a few fresh cilantro leaves, and a generous drizzle of Primal Kitchen BBQ Ranch Dressing.
  • Add a slice or two of avocado to each sweet potato, if desired.

Sloppy Joe-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes with BBQ Ranch Dressing

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