Betty Crocker Au Gratin Potato Casserole

Lately I have been experimenting with many types of casseroles and have found that I can put way more vegetables and less meat in a casserole then my family would reguarily consume. I like to brown a bunch of meat at once so I can just pull it out of the fridge and throw it all together, its a great time and energy saver (I freeze it cooked too!). I also like to chop a week's worth of veggies at once.

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40mins
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directions

  • Brown ground turkey. Meanwhile, chop the vegetables. Drain fat off meat. Rinse very well. Break into small peices.
  • Spray glass casserole dish with nonstick spray. Mix potato mix according to directions (milk, boiling water, margerine, potatoes and cheese mix). Add vegetables and ground turkey.
  • Bake at 400 for 20 minutes. I covered mine for the first 15 minutes (but I had company so I was making a double batch). Add cheese in last 5 minutes, stir.
  • Let sit before serving for 5 minutes so sauce will thicken.
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"Lately I have been experimenting with many types of casseroles and have found that I can put way more vegetables and less meat in a casserole then my family would reguarily consume. I like to brown a bunch of meat at once so I can just pull it out of the fridge and throw it all together, its a great time and energy saver (I freeze it cooked too!). I also like to chop a week's worth of veggies at once."
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  1. MargaretsKitchen
    Lately I have been experimenting with many types of casseroles and have found that I can put way more vegetables and less meat in a casserole then my family would reguarily consume. I like to brown a bunch of meat at once so I can just pull it out of the fridge and throw it all together, its a great time and energy saver (I freeze it cooked too!). I also like to chop a week's worth of veggies at once.
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