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My family loves when I put together a really good casserole for them. You know, something that is filling, full of flavor and totally delicious. With a house full of boys (my husband plus three boys of ours), we really have our hands full when making dinner and trying to keep the budget in check is really hard. The appetite of just two of them can easily blow through our monthly budget if I am not there to keep a close eye on it and make sure we keep it in check. In order to really stay in check, I have to make a lot of dishes that turn out to be cheap, but are really filling.
I have found that the best way to do that is by sticking to casseroles. Usually the ingredients are basic and filling, while the flavor and textures change and make them interesting. Well, the other day my neighbor Anne had made a casserole and told me to stop by and try it.
She said her kids hated it because of how picky they were, but if I liked it I could have it. SCORE! I went on over and it was delicious and knew my boys would like it. I was right, this one was a huge hit!
Recipe courtesy of Six Sister’s Stuff. Image courtesy of Diane’s Food Blog.
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Quick Tip: Add in a can of refried beans if you’d like