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I am always in the mood for some comfort food.
And for me, that includes a nice warm, creamy casserole. I made this as a play on my mom’s tuna noodle casserole.
My husband and kids really enjoyed it. It’s one of those easy-to-make casseroles when you are faced with a busy schedule. You know, the days when you have one child going to soccer practice and another meeting with the chess team or whatever it is that your kids do.
You find yourself running all over the place and by the time you get home, it’s time for dinner and you haven’t anything out or ready to make. Bummer!
Cheer up buttercup! This bacon, mushroom, and noodle casserole is the answer to your prayers! It’s very easy to make and guess what?
Bacon only takes about 20 to 30 minutes to thaw on the kitchen counter if you have a package that is frozen.
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Quick Tip: Need a side dish idea to serve with this casserole? Try a simple side salad to keep things easy.