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For as long as I can remember, tater tot casserole has sort of been my go-to meal. It doesn’t require much prep, and I always keep the ingredients on hand for a last minute meal idea. Some people enjoy eating this casserole with peas, but my family prefers green beans. What do you think yours will like?
Tater tot casserole is a wonderful fall or winter meal because it’s hot and comforting in the old tummy. However, I’ve made this meal plenty of times during the spring and summer because it’s just so darn easy to make. If you haven’t yet tried tater tot casserole, please consider using my recipe to whip up your very first batch. You won’t regret it!
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Quick Tip: Make sure to liberally coat your baking dish with Pam non-stick cooking spray to avoid sticking.