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A Few Minutes Of Preparation For a Long Lasting Kick Of Flavor On Your Tongue
Hi, everyone! Here’s a cheesy casserole that makes for the perfect side-dish. It’s resplendent, with broccoli and cauliflower florets packed under freshly grated extra-sharp cheddar, and a crispy crumb crunch topping. I guarantee your family is going to be eagerly waiting at the dinner table with forks in hand for this casserole – even the pickiest of eaters will fall in love with the combination of these delicious flavors! Prior to baking, let the casserole come up to room temperature if you prepped the day before.
The entire dish takes under 45 minutes to make, but the tastes will be dancing in your mouth for days! The total baking time of this casserole is around 15 minutes, which is perfect for a busy weeknight.
I LOVE the sound of that! I don’t know about you, but I certainly don’t have hours to spare every weeknight for a special meal. This casserole IS special, but it is such a breeze to make!
Recipe courtesy of Somewhat Simple.
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Quick Tip: This recipe is super easy to double or triple when feeding a crowd.