Manwich Pizza

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A fun twist on the traditional sandwich, this Manwich Pizza will have the whole family smiling.

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If you’ve been a reader of Rachel Cooks for any time now, you’ll know that I’m a huge fan of quick and easy dinners. And lunches, and breakfasts. And desserts. I also love things that you can transform into a number of different meals so dinner time never gets boring.

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That’s how I knew to say yes when Manwich asked me to partner with them on this project. Because Manwich doesn’t just have to be sandwiches. Although those are always fantastic, especially when feeding a crowd and kids. Manwich has “kid stopping power.” Kids are like a whirlwind…never stopping…sometimes not even to eat. Manwich loves that problem, and the kids will love the fun bibs included in this giveaway.

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I made this cheesy pizza using ground turkey, Manwich, some veggies and a great whole wheat crust. Everyone in my family loved it. I can think of a thousand other uses for Manwich. Tacos, chilis, pastas! Enchiladas? I’m getting hungry just thinking about all of the options. If you’re still craving more ideas, check out Manwich Recipes on their website.

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Manwich Pizza

This Manwich pizza is a fun and healthy alternative to the traditional sloppy sandwich. Your whole family will love it!

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Ingredients:

  • 1 teaspoon olive oil
  • 1 green bell pepper, chopped
  • 1/2 yellow onion, diced
  • 1 pound ground turkey
  • one 15 ounce can of original Manwich
  • 1 whole wheat pizza crust
  • 1 and 1/2 to 2 cups shredded sharp cheddar cheese
  • 2-3 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley, optional

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. In a large frying pan or saucepan over medium high heat, heat oil. Saute green bell pepper, onion, and turkey in oil, breaking up turkey, until turkey is cooked through and vegetables are softened.
  3. Meanwhile, spread out pizza crust onto a greased baking sheet. (Mine was a rectangle, about 10 inches by 13 inches). Bake the crust for 8 minutes. Remove from oven and top with Manwich mixture. Spread evenly over crust. Sprinkle with cheese and return to oven for 8-10 minutes more or until cheese is melted and crust is golden brown. Sprinkle with parsley and serve
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Verdict: The whole family loved this fun pizza. Great left over too.
Changes I would make: None.
Difficulty: Easy!

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85 comments

  1. The Saucy Meatloaf looks amazing–so simple, but…wow! Your pizza looks so good, too.

  2. The manwich meatballs look delish! I have been craving meatballs through my pregnancy

  3. I would do the Unsloppy Janes. Might switch the Biscuits with the Amish White Bread recipe I found on allrecipes.com

  4. Turkey Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake looks absolutely delicious as well as your pizza. I may have to make both.

  5. the chuckwagon beef and bean dinner looks good.

  6. Grands unsloppy janes

  7. I will be trying the no alarm chili. It looks fast and tasty.

  8. The Sweet and Savory Saucy Meatballs look really good.

  9. I think I would like to make both the sliders and calzones, they fit in a kids hand and can be made ahead for the immediate solution to “I’m starving”.

  10. The Sweet and Savory Saucy Meatballs look so yummy! I love meatballs.

  11. The Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken Sandwiches look yummy!

  12. The Turkey Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake sounds good!

  13. Definitely the Turkey Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake!

  14. Saucy Meatloaf looks yummy.

  15. I would try the saucy meatloaf.

  16. The party sausage dip looks so good.

  17. The Sloppy Joe Biscuit Casserole looks scrumptious!

  18. Manwich No Alarm Chili, Love Chili

  19. My family sure likes the traditional Sloppy Joe.

  20. Saucy chicken wings sounds great, I am going to try this this weekend, I love manwich sloppy joe and I love to have it over rice (usually what I do with the leftovers… is yummy

  21. I would like to try the Sloppy Joe Biscuit Casserole

  22. Turkey Sloppy Joe corn bake sounds delicious and my family will love it.

  23. The Sloppy Joe Slider Pull Aparts look like the perfect game day food!

  24. The Hero Joe’s look great – I never thought of using Manwich on anything but ground beef/turkey!

  25. I agree – the sloppy joe slider pull aparts sounds great!

  26. How fun – what a great idea for a pizza!

  27. The Sweet and Savory Saucy Meatballs

  28. My family would definitely love the Sloppy Joe Slider Pull Aparts. Who can resist Hawaiian Rolls?!!

  29. I’m doing the sloppy Joes slider pull apartment at our next get together. Great idea and who doesn’t like sloppy Joes

  30. Sloppy Joe Tacos and the Sloppy Joe Dip are the first two I would love to make.

  31. This is brilliant!! I grew up on Manwich and I love those flavors!

  32. the Saucy Wings looked yummy!

  33. i think the manwich meatballs look pretty good :)

  34. I want to try Grands!® Unsloppy Janes. They look portable and tasty.

  35. Sloppy Joe tacos would make my boyfriend swoon!

  36. Sloppy Joe Slider Pull Aparts

  37. Oh, the Meatball Hoagies look best to me–I used to love meatball sandwiches.

  38. I’ve got the Turkey Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake marked to try. Sloppy Joes and cornbread, together in one pan–what’s not to like?

  39. I want to make those Sloppy Joe Sliders for football season!

  40. The turkey sloppy joe corn bake sounds great!

  41. What a fantastic giveaway. Oh my…all of the recipe look yummy! There’s no way I can pick just one favorite. Cant’ wait to try them all. The Meatball Hoagies would be my kids favorites, they love meatballs. My hubby and I would enjoy the Shredded Beef Sandwiches for sure. And the Sloppy Joe’s Turkey Tacos are just winners!

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  42. I’ve been craving Mexican food so the Sloppy Joe Tacos look good to me
    link: http://www.manwich.com/recipes-Sloppy-Joes-Tacos-5619

  43. Turkey Picadillo!

  44. I like the meatball hoagie

  45. Fun! The Creamy Sloppy Joe Bites would be my pick.

  46. i like the Tangy Sweet Pork Chops recipe

  47. The Grands Unsloppy Joes look wonderful! What a great idea!

  48. I am going to make grands unsloppy janes for dinner tonight.thanks for the great recipes.

  49. The saucy meatloaf looks good. My family loves meatloaf in all shapes, styles, and recipes.

  50. I would try a couple of the recipes, especially Sloppy Joe’s Tacos http://www.manwich.com/recipes-Sloppy-Joes-Tacos-5619

  51. The sloppy joe tacos sound different and delicious, I’m always looking for new ways to do tacos!

  52. The saucy meat balls.

  53. The Meatball Hoagies look amazing! I love meatballs and I love manwich! So great combination. Never thought to use Manwich as other dishes. Good inspiration!

  54. Wow, I never thought there were so man options to try.

  55. Grands Unsloppy Joes. My kids love Sloppy Joes…I just hate the “sloppy”!

  56. The turkey sloppy joe cornbread bake looks amazing!

  57. unsloppy janes!

  58. Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake for me!

  59. The Sweet and Savory Saucy Meatballs look yummy!

  60. I like the sound of the shredded beef manwich on a bun!

  61. The Hero Joe recipe looks delicious!

  62. My son loves tacos so I would have to pick the Sloppy Joe Tacos.

  63. I would love to try this recipe–http://www.manwich.com/recipes-Tangy-Sweet-Pork-Chops-5955

  64. I want to try the Chuckwagon Turkey and Bean Skillet
    http://www.manwich.com/recipes-Chuckwagon-Turkey-and-Bean-Skillet-5903
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  65. Sloppy Joes Tacos. Thank you, Jerri Davis

  66. I want to try the sloppy joe slider pull aparts. Who wouldn’t!?

  67. I’d like to try the creamy sloppy joe recipe.

  68. The Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake looks amazing! I love tamale pie, so I’m sure that would be amazing!!

  69. The Slow Cooker Pulled Chicken Sandwiches.

  70. The Saucy Baked Chicken looks interesting and different!

  71. I like the sloppy joe corn bread bake

  72. I would like to try the saucy chicken wings. Thanks

  73. I would like to try the slow cooker pulled chicken sandwiches recipe.

  74. Party Sausage Dip! Sounds perfect for upcoming tailgating season!!

  75. I want to try the Sloppy Joe Slider Pull Aparts; they look perfect for parties.

  76. I really want to try the Sloppy Joe Dip! Looks delicious and I know my family would also enjoy it.

  77. the party dip

  78. I would make the Sloppy Joe Cornbread Bake (super simple!)

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