$100 Broccoli Casserole

"This is a nice change of pace from the Cheez Whiz casseroles."
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  • Cook broccoli until tender in the amount of water called for on the package, drain.
  • Mix together soup mix, cream cheese, sour cream and water chestnuts.
  • Add drained broccoli and stir well.
  • Place in lightly buttered casserole dish and top with grated cheese and cracker crums.
  • Bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes or until hot throughout and bubbly.

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  1. Lorac
    Excellant! I made the recipe using fresh broccoli and leaving out the water chestnuts. It was delicious.
  2. auntniece
    This is absolutely fantastic!!!
  3. mcdjcd
    I had a recipe yrs ago like this but lost it! THIS was fabulous!!!! The recipe I had used broccoli & cauliflower and didn't have water chestnuts in it. I liked the water chestnuts, added a nice crunchy texture to the recipe. I followed your recipe exactly and will make it again for sure! Thanks for a 5 + star recipe!!!!
  4. *Parsley*
    I am so glad that I tried this because it's one of the best broccoli casseroles that I've ever tasted! I used reduced-fat versions of the cream cheese and sour cream. I used fresh broccoli flowerets. I was worried that it may be too salty, but it was just right. Thanx for sharing this awesome recipe. It's a keeper!
  5. rosslare
    Very delicious casserole! Creamy, tasty and cruncy, all at the same time. The chestnuts added crunchynes, but they don't really contribute a lot to the flavor, so I wouldn't worry too much, if I didn't have them on hand, next time.


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