Jack-O-Lantern Supper Casserole

Total Time
1hr 20mins
20 mins
1 hr

A "Taste of Home" recipe I found years ago, which has become a family tradition for our Halloween table. I also make it for potlucks during the month of October and it always gets lots of requests for the recipe.

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  1. Paint face on pumpkin with marker.
  2. Brown beef and onion. Drain.
  3. Add soup, sugar, soy sauce and mushrooms and simmer 10 minute
  4. Add rice and waterchestnuts.
  5. Spoon into pumpkin. Replace top. Bake on cookie sheet in center of oven at 350 degrees for 1-2 hours or until inside of pumpkin is tender.
  6. Serve on plate. Scoop cooked pumpkin out and serve.
Most Helpful

4 5

We enjoyed this casserole. We used diced beef instead of ground beef. Next time I would use a larger pumpkin to fit more casserole but very tasty.

4 5

Great fun! Nice presentation! I made this for a ladies Hallowe'en bridge luncheon and it was well received. I will definitely make it again.

5 5

Delicious! My kids loved it and our friends thought it was really a cool idea. Will become a tradition every Halloween. We served it to go with our movie night watching "It's the Great Pumkin, Charlie Brown"