Tag Archives: comfort food

Chicken Noodle Casserole

What could be better than a steaming bowl of chicken noodle soup on a chilly day? Well, if you’re a casserole lover, it could be this Chicken Noodle Casserole! It has that delicious chicken noodle soup flavor with some cheese and veggies added in and a yummy cracker crumb topping!

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Calico Beans

If you have never had Calico Beans, you’re missing out on something very tasty! There are a variety of beans in this recipe, along with ground beef and bacon for the meat lovers in your life! This recipe has a rich, baked bean-type flavor too, thanks to the ketchup, molasses, and brown sugar that are part of the saucy mixture.

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Turkey Tetrazzini

I think of the cooler weather seasons as comfort food seasons and this Turkey Tetrazzini is definitely comfort food! It’s also a great way to use that leftover turkey from your Thanksgiving meal! This pasta dish has a creamy sauce made of condensed cream of mushroom soup, sour cream, a little butter, and some chicken broth. And then some mushrooms, onion, cheese, and chopped turkey are added into the mix to create a delicious meal that bakes up in just over a half hour!

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Easy Cheesy Lasagna

I first found the original version of this recipe years ago in a Real Simple magazine. Not only is it super easy, it’s super cheesy…and a great way to make lasagna when you don’t have a lot of time! It’s actually made with frozen cheese ravioli instead of lasagna noodles. And there’s some chopped spinach in it, too. I use a little less ravioli and a little more Parmesan and Mozzarella cheese than the original recipe calls for, since I’m such a cheese-lover—I love all that extra cheesiness! 🙂

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Creamy Cheesy Potatoes

If you are a fan of mashed potatoes, these may be the creamiest mashed potatoes you’ll ever make! Sour cream and cream cheese make these Creamy Cheesy Potatoes very creamy indeed! They’re cheesy, too, with some Cheddar cheese mixed into the potatoes after mashing and then more cheese sprinkled on top. Oh, and the buttery, crumbly cracker topping is pretty good too!

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