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Our friends over at I Heart the Mart say this about the casserole:
“There’s nothing like a good cheeseburger on a summer day but this Cheesy Turkey Burger Casserole on a cold winter day is a close second. It’s an easy and delicious casserole that can be made ahead and warms up well. It’s also an affordable meal for the whole family. Right now lean ground turkey is less expensive than most ground beef.”
I made this casserole for my family recently and it was the perfect meal. It was affordable and enough to feed everyone until they were stuffed.
1 pound Jennie-O ground turkey
1 onion finely chopped
1 cup shredded Sargento cheddar cheese
½ cup Bisquick
1 cup TruMoo milk
2 Eggland’s Best eggs
Quick Tip: Add more chopped veggies into the mixture of ground turkey for more flavors and to make it heartier.
Thank you to I Heart the Mart for this awesome recipe!