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Jalapeno Sloppy Joe Sheet Pan Pachos


Pachos. Meaning…potato nachos.

They’re a real thing…

Sheet Pan Pachos | Dixie Chik Cooks
They’re inspired by these Sloppy Joes. And if you haven’t tried those, you need to. They’re life changing.

I thinly sliced regular potatoes, fried them and topped them with all the sloppy joe goodies, popped them in the oven and – viola!

Sheet Pan Sloppy Joe Pachos
This is one of those things that you don’t even need a plate for. You basically pull them out of the oven and everybody just stands around the pan devouring them.

Who needs plates? They won’t last long, anyway.

If you think about it, it’s not that much different than using potato chips as a vehicle to devour dip. I mean, it’s literally the same thing. Texture is a little different, but that’s about it.

Probably one of the best thing about these is how customizable they are.

Put your own spin on them if sloppy joe isn’t your thing.

Sheet Pan Sloppy Joe PachosHere’s your printable –

Jalapeño Sloppy Joe Sheet Pan Pachos

Jalapeño Sloppy Joe Sheet Pan Pachos



  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • Fry or bake potato slices until done.
  • Top with sloppy joe mixture and cheese and bake for 10-15 minutes, until cheese has melted.
  • Top with remaining ingredients.

Jalapeno Sloppy Joe Sheet Pan Pachos

This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. Julie

    Oh, how I’d love to dig into that pile of goodness! Cabot is one of my very favorites on and in anything!

  2. Michele

    I’m a big fan of nachos, but truth be told, this version with potato rounds makes a good thing even better in my book. What a great casual meal idea! Love it! Heading over to get the recipe for your Mexican Street Fries now, too… You’re killin’ me! 🙂

  3. Nettie Moore

    I love the name, I would eat the whole tray! Nettie

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