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This sounds great - but I have a question and can't see any other way to ask it than to click the Review button. Is the stuffing mix to be spread dry on top of this casserole, or should the stuffing be prepared according to package instructions? Thanks, T. O. M.

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T.O.M. February 22, 2008

I guess this would have been better if I'd prepared the stuffing mix - but the recipe did not say to, in fact it was clear about the ingredient being dry stuffing mix. Using it dry produced an overly crusty, rather dreary topping. I loved the green bean, mushrooms and cream cheese part, and will probably adapt that to my basic green bean casserole, using canned French fried onions instead of stuffing when I make it next time.

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SHARI1 September 05, 2012

Hi Laurie, what a nice change this dish is! It combines the stuffing and green beans beautifully and is a great take on a "Green Bean Casserole"! We used fresh green beans, our own cream of mushroom soup(which is what we had for lunch)and 3 cups of mushrooms - it was really wonderful! We enjoyed it thoroughly and are going to serve it for our Thanksgiving meal. Thanks so much for sharing, it is a definite keeper, Diane :)

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Manami November 19, 2007

We love this - it's a staple at our house, and a nice updated addition to the Thanksgiving table too!

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Amy Gautreaux November 23, 2006

A great green bean casserole, simple and quick! I forgot to buy the mushrooms but this was still quite good. I used two cans of cut green beans instead of fresh green beans. Thank you Laurie, this will be a family favorite!

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lauralie41 February 12, 2006
Creamy Green Beans and Stuffing Casserole