I guess I'd better just admit this upfront - I forgot the eggs! And then, I was just kind of throwing it together, so I didn't really measure anything AND I had pepper jack cheese already shredded...I know, I know -could I have changed anything else? Let me just say that it shows what a great recipe it is that you can make changes based on your refrigerator (and make mistakes, yes, I know!) and the recipe is still wonderful. Just as good the next day, although it was hard to keep the leftovers hidden. I think the lack of eggs made it more like a casserole, but I really liked it that way. Great recipe WIC! Thanks so much for posting
Enjoyed this very much, quick and easy to make, was an excellent side for Toad in the Hole and Roast potatoes. I didn't make the crust, just made it as a casserole, and baked it in the oven, since the oven was already in use for the other dishes. I used fresh broccoli, and microwaved it briefly before adding to the sauce. Oh, and I added a chopped onion, because we tend to like onions with everything. Will definitely make it again, I would even have it as a vegetarian main and serve it with rice. Thanks for a great recipe!
Rich and cheesey side dish! I used the oven baking method. I made this as written, but instead of making a crust with the first half of the crackers, I just mixed them right in with the casserole ongredients. Thanx for sharing this. I'll make this again!
I would agree with easy, tasty, comfort food. My four year old had a grand time crushing the crackers (I put them in an almost sealed plastic bag and gave it to him along with the rolling pin). I baked it in the oven and found it needed a little longer than 45 minutes.
Fantastic. I used light margarine and Club crackers not Ritz. I used fresh broccoli and cooked in the microwave. Very easy and did not taste microwaved. We all liked this.
Yum, this was delicious, easy to make & great as it can be done a head of time to re-heat later, I used a mixture of broccoli & cauli & even my 22 month old DD scoffed this down so thankyou as she wont normally eat her greens.
I would recommend this casserole to anyone. It is a simple, great tasting dish, simply comfort food. I prepared as directed by the recipe, only I used regular mayo because that is what I had and baked in the oven for about 40-45 minutes. I love Ritz crackers and they are just the thing for the "crust" and the bottom layer. Go ahead, try it, I think you will like it too! I am sure I will be serving it to my neighbors (they usually are my guinea pigs LOL!) Thanks WI Cheesehead!
This was very easy and yummy. Real comfort food!