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This is a great side dish. I used a mixture of broccoli and cauliflower instead of all broccoli. The directions were a little vague so I called my mom, who has made this before. Her recipe said to melt 1/4 cup of the margarine with the cheese, pour over the broccoli and then melt the other half to mix with the crumbled crackers (I only used 1/2 cup total margarine). Then I topped the casserole with the buttered crumbs and baked 1/2 hour. I used two of the inner wrapped tubes of crackers--not the whole box, and it was plenty.
This is wonderful - mild and cheesy - the kids loved it. Didn't change a thing.
Yummy. I used soy cheese snd soy butter.
"this is definitely a great and simple dish. I received so many compliments and I am putting it on my holiday favorites list.
This is excellent, and so easy. I cooked my broccoli in the microwave and then added it too the the rest of the ingredients, and baked, so good, the velveeta gets nice and creamy, the nice topping of ritz crackers and butter made a nice little crunch. We loved it!
Very good...we enjoyed...we used one 16oz package of frozen broccoil florets and we were a little short on cheese...next time I will only put a half package of ritz on top and none with the cheese.
I have made this recipe 3 or 4 times now because the DH loves it. I used a whole block of velveeta cheese (small one) and almost 2 sleeves of crackers. I also used fresh steamed broccoli instead of frozen. Good way to get the kids to eat their greens.
Great side dish! I used about 32 ounces of broccoli and added a little more cheese and crackers to make a 9x13 casserole. Very tasty!
We tried this twice with no success. Had to really add some other ingredients. Sorry. Looks like everyone else had better luck.
I made this for an early Thanksgiving dinner. It was excellent! Very cheesy! I used fresh broccoli steamed in Ziplock steamer bags instead of frozen. Thanks for the recipe!