5 Reviews

I thought this was fabulous! My mom got this off the BHG website and we ate yesterday for Turkey Day. I've had 2 bowls of leftovers today. Yummy! The only thing I think I will change is doing away with the goat cheese/milk mixture and replacing with blue cheese crumbles. The goat cheese does not melt well.

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invictus November 27, 2009

I made this for the first time this year and it will become a tradition. Very easy to make and so flavorful. Even better the next day!

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kv1031 November 27, 2006

I was not bad, it was just a bit too sweet for my taste. I really liked the balsamic vinegar in the combo. Thanks for posting. :-)

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mirelaz November 29, 2008

Very tasty! A great way to make green beans. I omitted the mushrooms and minced the onion rather than cutting into wedges. Next time I'm going to add a little more milk to the cheese/milk mixture and use a fork to mix it up rather than the mixer.

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Pagda November 25, 2006

I absolutely loved this, even as left-overs. My m.i.l made it last year, and I just requested her recipe so I can make it this year. We used cream cheese rather than goat cheese, and button mushrooms. I might jazz it up a little this year with the goat cheese and portabellas. She said it was more labor-intensive than the old stand-by but I think its worth it!

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chef headred November 20, 2006
Thanksgiving Green Bean Bake, Revisited!