Campbell's Tater Tot Casserole
This kid-friendly ground beef skillet casserole goes from stovetop to oven, and straight to the table in 35 minutes.
This kid-friendly ground beef skillet casserole goes from stovetop to oven, and straight to the table in 35 minutes.
I love tater tot casserole, this recipe is much the same as mine, but I don't add ketchup. I also add a drained can of corn and a drained can of green beans for extra nutrition, and a 1/2 cup of milk mixed in to loosen it up and stretch the soup. MMMM MMMM Good!Read More
This recipe is good if you're looking for something quick and very easy. It probably doesn't need all the onion but it does have good flavor. I think next time I'd coat the entire top with tator tots...it kind of helps even out the mushiness. I'll probably make it again if I get in a crunch for time and ingredients.Read More
I love tater tot casserole, this recipe is much the same as mine, but I don't add ketchup. I also add a drained can of corn and a drained can of green beans for extra nutrition, and a 1/2 cup of milk mixed in to loosen it up and stretch the soup. MMMM MMMM Good!
My wife whipped up a batch of this stuff on a busy weeknight, and after a few bites we both agreed that this is a little casserole that fires on all cylinders. Maybe it's the charming simplicity of the preparation, or the childhood memories brought up by the tater-tots, but we found this concoction to be surprisingly scrumptious; it's got plenty of flavor, and a nice variation in textures. I suppose it should be noted that we used ground turkey breast instead of ground beef, and Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce instead of ketchup.
This was really good. I followed the recipe but added cheddar cheese and mixed veggies.
This is such a great dish! I did make a few changes and wouldn't change a thing: I didn't add any ketchup. I used 2 cans of cream of mushroom soup so it wouldn't be too dry, I added a can of drained french style green beans, sauteed mushrooms and then before putting on the tater tots, I layered the top of the meat mixture with Velveeta slices and topped that with french fried onions and then put the tator tots on top. Yummy!
This was great, except I kind of changed a lot of stuff. I left out the worcestershire altogether, and I only added ketchup at the end- for dipping. I also added a package of frozen chopped broccoli- so that we could get our vegetables in. It was good. The broccoli really lended itself to the dish.
This recipe is awsome, i was raised on this recipe also, we just do not add the catsup and worshershire , and we add some grated cheddar cheese on top just before taking out.
Always a staple in our house when I was growing up! The only thing I do differently is add cream of chicken soup instead of cream of mushroom soup, a small container of cream cheese and a small container of sour cream. I also bake the tots while the hamburger and onion are cooking because we like to have them a little crunchy, which may help cut down on some of the mushiness that other reviewers are mentioning. Overall though, great recipe! Thanks for sharing!
After reading this recipe, and the review that was left. I followed the directions perfectly and then took the first reviews advice and added some cheddar cheese, PERFECT!
I didn't use the ketchup, but I found the Worchestshire sauce to be a delicious addition to this. It really added to the flavor. My entire family gobbled it up. We always have leftovers, but not with this one. It was actually requested that I make a BIGGER pan of it next time. lol thank you!!
This recipe is good if you're looking for something quick and very easy. It probably doesn't need all the onion but it does have good flavor. I think next time I'd coat the entire top with tator tots...it kind of helps even out the mushiness. I'll probably make it again if I get in a crunch for time and ingredients.
This dish was delicious and comforting, super easy to make. I did add granulated garlic to the ground beef for extra flavor. I used homemade condensed cream of chicken soup (super easy and fast), and added corn kernels, cheddar cheese and topped the casserole with tons of tater tots. My family loved it.
This wasn't bad for a quick and easy meal. I put the hashbrowns over the entire top. I have a family of 5 and I think next time I will make 2 pans. The kids really liked it.
I loved this. It's easy, tastey, filling, and not expensive to make. Reheats well, and the tater tot topping is just plain fun! :) I added about 2 c frozen mixed (diced) veggies and it worked nicely. This is in my official rotation.
This was really good and very easy! I was looking for something beyond just the regular tater tot casserole I had in my cookbook and the Worcestershire sauce and ketchup helped to add some needed flavor. The only thing I did different was put a layer of tater tots on the bottom, then the meat mixture, and then more tots on top. My 5 yr old had two helpings!
This would be a 5 Star Recipe with one simple additional ingredient - cheese.
I have made tator tot casserole a few times but something was missing . . . however, I made this recipe using the ketchup and worcestershire and thought thats what was missing! I also added the can of green beans and corn and put shredded cheddar on it. I think its good. I was leary with the corn as I thought the texture wouldn't be good, but I was pleasantly surprised as I just usually make it with the green beans. Anyway, I would add the ketchup for those that are saying they haven't, I do think it adds to the flavor.
Good quick dinner. I used the ingredients as stated, adjusting the amounts for the meal that I was making. I did add cheese only for personal preference. The family enjoyed the flavor that the ketchup and worcestershire sauce added to this homey dish.
I added more tater tots on top and threw in some frozen peas and corn to the mix. This turned out great!
My great grandmother used to make this and has passed on the recipe to me. I now make it with ground turkey and cream of chicken and cream of celery soups. I have never put ketchup in it or worcestershire sauce either. I do however put 2 cans of drained green beans. I use part of the green bean juice to dilute the soup enough to pour over the meat and beans, then I arrange the tater tots on top so it is all totally covered. My mother-in-law has also passed on this recipe, but she uses a can of tomato soup and then my husband likes to put ketchup on it after it is served. Both ways are yummy, but I prefer the cream soup version. It is a true comfort food to me!!!
Really good! I only switched the soup to cream of chicken because my hubby really isn't a fan of onions so the amount already called for was enough for him to take. My girls both asked for more after finishing their first serving in about 5 min (usually takes them 30-45 min to eat supper) so I would say kid friendly as well. We did add cheddar cheese on the top and didn't really think that it added anything. I will probably double the worcestershire and ketchup mixture and maybe add green onions. Really good recipe and easy on the budget.
Good comfort food! I baked it in a 9x13 pan for 40 minutes with the whole thing covered with tater tots.
I seem to be in the minority on this one but this was just ok. I wanted to love it but it was lacking something, not sure what. Made it for friends and their 4 boys and no one was real impressed. It's a "stick to your ribs" kind of meal that would be best on a cool fall/winter day and is very simple to prepare, but I probably won't be making again.
I never would have thought a tablespoon of ketchup and a tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce would make that big of an impact. I was wrong. I'm not a fan of Cream of Mushroom soup alone in a recipe. I'll use it but usually mixed with Cream of Celery. This time, I made the recipe exactly as written, with a little shredded cheese just because my family likes cheese. (And actually, it was more for show than for taste, that's how little I used.) The addition of ketchup and Worcestershire sauce altered the mushroom soup flavor perfectly. It added just a hint of zip. For my family, I tripled the ingredients and baked it in two 9x13 dishes. I used enough tater tots to completely cover the top of each of the casseroles so that was a bit more than what the recipe called for. My family loved it. Can't believe I haven't made this dish before now.
My 6 year old kept asking for this...it's his favorite school lunch. I used onion powder (since my kids turn their noses up at onions), and soy sauce instead of worcestershire sauce (because that is all I had) and it turned out good. The kids loved it which is what I was going for but it was missing something for my husband & I.
I thought this was horrible. I ended up taking the tater tots out and eating them without the sauce, so at least I didn't have to throw the whole dish out, but the tater tots still had a little of the sauce on them, so they still weren't as good as if I had just made plain old regular tater tots.
Had good flavor, but it needed either to have tater tots on the entire surface or served over bread to take away some of the heaviness of the meal. Will be making again though.
My grandmother use to make this ALL the time! Minus the Worcestershire sauce (she never added it in), IT'S GREAT! I deiced to add the Worcestershire sauce, and let me tell you.. it made a world of a difference. I love this recipe and my son ate three plates! He is a VERY picky eater, and loved this recipe! :)
My husband was sort of eh about this but the kids ate it right up. I had to use less beef and less tater tots and I added a shake of all purpose seasoning and added a half bag of green beans into the hamburger mixture. I preferred it with ketchup on top of it. Easy dinner with a salad and biscuits. This wont make my weekly rotation but I will make it at least once a month. Thanks!
I used BBQ sauce instead of catsup, and added grated cheese at the beginning of the baking, not at the end. So, after 25 minutes, it was hot and bubbly around the tater tots. Also, I used the 'extra crispy' tots, so they were still crispy at the end of the baking. Delicious! So easy, and the kids love it!
I had 4 people to feed, 3 of them being men and boys with big appetites. I prepared as described but it sure didn't look like very much so I added another can of mushroom soup and some mixed vegetables. I took one of the reviewers advice and covered the top with tater tots. Good thing I did because every bit was gone and they were wanting more. Next time I'll double it and probably add two cans of soup and more veggies. Quick and easy!
I didn't really care for this. It was edible, but the ground beef mixture was really lacking.
Came out very good and the whole family loved it! Since my youngest daughter doesnt like onions i kept them out and added cheese to the top.
I forgot to defrost my roast, and needed something in a pinch. Everyone wanted my default spaghetti. But I was sick of it and wanted something new. So I made this and just like that, a new staple! I only changed a few small things after reading reviews: I used ground turkey & seasoned it well (my family's preference), added can of corn, can of mushrooms, and 4 heaping tbs. of ricotta cheese. I also topped with french fried onions before adding a whole bag of tots, and about 10 minutes before completion I sprinkled with a shredded 3 cheese blend (again we love cheese). Ok...looking back I guess this is a whole different recipe, but boy was it yummy! Thanks for the inspiration :)
I can honestly say I have never been a fan of Tater Tot Casseroles, but my 3 guys have. After trying this one, we'll be having it more often!! I did change a few things up; I added a cup of corn and then, topped it with a cup of cheddar cheese and a cup of cornflakes. We loved the added flavor!
Reminded me of some kind of Hamburger Helper or something. Cheap/Easy dish but I guess I have chamagne taste on a beer budget. Won't be keeping this recipe.
Great comfort food for picky eaters. I tried grated sharp cheddar on top (below the tater tots), all of the kids ate it! Thank you!
boring and bland. Maybe cheese would help.
Quick, easy & enjoyed by all. I added some corn & peas to the mix. Will definitely make this again.
You've got to cover the entire casserole with tater tots, that's the kids favorite part! I let it cook 10 extra minutes, for a nice, crunchy topping. I also added green beans, for some extra veggies.
Excellent base recipe, but made some changes,1-lb ground Turkey, 1- med onion,chopped, 2 Tablespoons minced garlic, 1/2 cup green peppers,chopped 1 can (5oz forgot to look) chili peppers drained, 1/2 bag frozen mixed veggies, 1 can cream of chicken soup,3-Tbls Worcestershire sauce, 3- Tbls BBQ sauce (sweet rays) 1-tsp liquid smoke, 2TBLs- 21 Salute spice (trader Joe's), 2-tsp smoked paprika,1-2 tsp cracked black pepper, 1/4- 1/3 cup chicken broth, 1/3 cup milk, 2 TBls corn starch, 1- cup shredded cheddar cheese, 36 oz bag of tater tots. Cook ground turkey a bit then add onions, garlic, green peppers, can of chili peppers, I add the Spices 21 salute, smoked Paprika, pepper, Worcestershire sauce, BBQ sauce, liquid smoke continue cooking, add 1/2 bag of mixed veggies,chicken broth cook for about 15 mins the add corn starch to the milk, mix and add to meat and veggie mixture let thicken about 5-10 mins, pour into greased 11x9 pan top with shredded cheddar cheese. Take tots and mince in food processor not to small...then top the mixture with chopped tots, put in oven cook 20 mins then broil to crisp the top......came out added more cheese to top but very little didn't want tots to get mushy, came out awesome thick and filling my guys (hubby son 17,son 22) loved it so much they ate the whole pan. Looks like a lot of work but it took me about 30 mins.
This is O.K. I went back to my classic Tater Tot casserole. It calls for Campbells Golden Mushroom soup and skips the ketchup and worcestershire sauce. The flavor is richer than the cream of mushroom version
This recipe is FANTASTIC!!! I browned the tots in oven while I was cooking the meat. I used 2 lbs of meat. 1 can mushroom soup and 2 table spoons of ketchup and Worcestershire sauce. I also added some heavy cream in the mixture. Baked for 15 minutes and then added 1 cup Monterey Jack cheese and baked another 10 minutes. The flavor is outstanding! Also added a can of drained green beans. Well worth making..
Easy to make and the kids loved it.
pretty good I added mixed veges and cheese and used ground turkey, tasted pretty good. Would make again.
This is new to my family. Have had all ingredients just not combined. Found this dish quick, easy, and tasty. My family loved it. I did add extra seasoning. Will definitely make again
This is so quick and easy. I did take the advice of others and did not add the ketchup. It really isn't necessary. I also add shredded cheddar cheese to the top. And put the tater tots all over. My family really loves it and it's just as good heated up the next day.
Tried it as is and I think it's okay. Next I added spices to the meat, a little extra Worcestshire, french green beans and cheese. I personally like it better that way.
My kids LOVE this casserole!! I like it too. I add green beans and and put cheddar cheese under the tater tots. Also use a whole bag of tots. YUMMY!
I used BBQ sauce in place of the ketchup and put a half cup of cheese on top of the meat mixture, then layered the tater tots on top and then put another half cup of cheese over that (during the last five minutes of cooking). Next time, I would add a can of green beans and/or whole kernel corn. It was still good though!
This was pretty good and can easily be made into your own, using just about any variation you like. Will make again since it went over well with the kids and husband! Thanks!
There's so many recipes for Tater Tot casserole out there. I thought this one had the best base, but I did make some changes. I like my casseroles saucy, so I doubled the soup, ketchup and Worcestershire sauce. I also added 3/4 cup of milk or gravy or whatever I have on hand to loosen it up a bit. Don't bother measuring 3 cups of Tater Tots, just use the full 32 oz bag. I also added a couple cloves of garlic. I decided the one thing this recipe was missing was cheese. I layered on an entire 8 oz bag of sharp cheddar before the Tater Tots and it sort of disappeared into the casserole. Believe it or not, slicing up 16 oz of Velveeta worked better... I guess if you're going to go processed, you might as well go all the way! I tried adding sauteed mushrooms, but didn't think it added enough to make it worth the effort.
This was a great, simple recipe. I have a family of 6 plus a full daycare so pleasing the kids is a must. I tripled the recipe & added tots over the whole top plus cheese right before taking out of the oven there were no leftovers. I will definitely make this again!
We loved this but we did make a few additions. We added 2 cups of frozen mixed vegetables and a package of broccoli and rice with the amount of liquid that it called for. We had to bake it for an hour to make sure that frozen vegetables and rice were done.
I made this last night for my picky boyfriend and we loved it! My suggestions: I added frozen mixed veggies (will not use the kind with green beans again. They were too strong.) and shredded cheddar cheese to the mix. I used a package of onion soup mix instead of plain onion. I layered shredded cheddar on top of the tots and allowed the tots to get nice and crispy, which took closer to 35 minutes, and I used ground turkey instead of beef. I served it with salad and ciabatta bread. Amazing for kids or adults or anyone who likes comfort food!
this was very delicious! like others, i also added shredded cheese the last few minutes in the oven, and it was a hit! thanks for posting! :)
This is a good framework, but it needs improvement. I brown the ground beef by itself (be sure to salt & pepper after drained)and then sauté the onions in the grease left in the pan after draining the beef. Toss the beef back in, mix in all the other ingredients. My husband likes veggies in but I don't, so my compromise is adding in 1/2 bag of heated sweet corn. I don't feel this is moist enough as written so I add a second can of soup. Put everything in a greased casserole dish then top with four rows of ten tater tots. Bake for 30 minutes and let set for ten to set up. My family inhaled this.
I have been making a similar version to this for many years. I wanted to try something a little different and I LOVED this. I did add a bag of cheddar cheese onto the top but other than that everything was exactly as the recipe stated. It had so much flavor to it!
Tasty enough solid comfort food. My husband thought it was on the boring side, though, so it could use a little something else. I loved how few pans I needed to use! I also added grated cheese, which helped some. We liked it with ketchup and mustard on the side.
I had forgotten all about this classic dish. My children used to love having this for dinner when they were rather young. As they got older I had completely forgotten this comfort food. I have prepared this recipe many times as written and it was a great success, reminding me of childhood, comfort food at its best and great on a cold night. I was looking for a way to use leftover taco meat, pouring over recipes for tamale pie etc. I stumbled across Tater tot casserole and thought, why not? I didn't have to cook any hamburger so I used dried onion instead of fresh. I mixed the soup, ketchup, onion, Worcestershire sauce,and precooked meat, all in a large bowl. I then spooned it all into a greased dish, arranged the Tater tots, and sprinkled with cheese. I prepared the casserole during my lunch break and it is sitting in the fridge wrapped in foil, waiting for me to pop it in the oven when I get home from work tonight. I have made this dish also using the BBQ sauce that others have mentioned, and also adding a bit of sour cream if I have too much hamburger.
This was pretty good. Nothing sensational, but its a tater tot casserole, so you can't expect that anyway! Its very easy to make - perfect for busy nights & easily a kid favorite. I precooked the tater tots to avoid them turning out mushy, added minced garlic & extra worcestershire sauce to the meat mixture, & sprinkled shredded pepperjack cheese on top.
Fast, easy, tasty, kids and family enjoyed it and asked for it again! I like the addition of the ketchup and particularly the Worcestershire sauce: it takes it to a more 'adult' level that everyone enjoys. Less soupy, more tasty! Please, if you make it the first time, prepare it as is! Without those additions, it's just meat and soup!
I have been looking for a GOOD Tater Tot Casserole recipe for years now. I finally found one! Everyone in my family loved it. We made it without vegetables (because of my husband and daughter) so I just added a nice scoop of a veggie mix to it and I was good to go! Thank you! You saved me from many more horrible Tater Tot Casserole recipes!
Quick & easy! My kids love this, I love it when I'm short on time!
my 5 yr old son loved it, my husband said it would be better with out onions. I left out Worcestershire and ketchup, and sprinkled Velveeta cheese on top before the tater tots and sprinkled some cheddar on top of the tots. It was really good, but too oniony.. next time will use 1/4 onion!
This recipe is very flavorful, was a favorite of mine as a child. There is clearly peas in the photo but not listed in the ingredients, I add peas and top the tater tots with cheese. I do not add the ketchup and add 1/4 of the onions, they are not necessary.
I added a can of French cut green beans. I also added about a 1/2 cup of sour cream. Then I topped with some shredded cheddar.Then the tater tots. I also sprinkled the top with fried onion rings. Delicious!
My family loved it! We had never tried a tator tot casserole before. I did add in a couple of thinks just to give it a little more flavor. I added about 3 or 4 oz. cream cheese cubed and stired in ground beef and soup mixture until completely melted and a few dashes of seasoning salt. It was very YUMMY!
the hamiltons loved it
i was looking all over for a good Tater Tot Casserole, should have known to just start with the allrecipes web sight! thanks again
I made this almost as the recipe called for. I only added some peas and corn and cheddar cheese. Very good.
The tater tot casserole I grew up with is just like this, minus the ketchup/worcestershire sauce, but plus corn/green beans and cheese on top. I think this version is much tastier, but I still added veggies and cheese. Delicious!
This recipie was quick easy and a HUGE HIT with the hubby! I added ketchup to the meat mixture and less milk and instead of cheddar cheese I used taco cheese. It was great!
I've never done a tater tot casserole and was pleasantly surprised at how this turned out. I added some minced garlic while cooking the ground beef and onions. I left out the ketchup but added frozen chopped broccoli for the beef, soup and worcestershire mixture and also added a layer of velveeta before covering completely with tater tots. Perfect fit for a full 9x9 square. Will be making again. Thanks!
I followed the advice of a lot of people on here and put the tater tots over the whole thing and added cheese. It's also yummy to serve it with ketchup and mustard and pickle slices.
Almost just like mom used to make!
I am giving this recipe five stars because everyone in my family liked it and it was super easy and fast! I used ground turkey and sprinkled cheddar cheese inside and on top. I sereved it with steamed broccoli.
Followed the recipe, and my family did not enjoy this. My kids did not like it, and my husband asked me not to make it again.
Added broccoli and cheese
This was not good.
Easy prep. Family (3 boys/men) liked enough for seconds and leftovers. Two simple modifications I made by personal preference: Swapped out ketchup for A-1. That was a hit. Sprinkled a little lawry's season salt over the top of assembled dish to flavor the tator tots. I also added a can of corn to save myself time cleaning a second dish, not necessarily to spruce up the recipe.
I was surprised because I really like each of the ingredients alone and it got so many good reviews. Maybe it would be okay without the Worcestshire. The tang of that with the mushroom soup was an unpleasant combination.
The recipe will rate 10 starts just by substituting cheese soup for the cream of mushroom. With 3 teenagers in the house, I always make a double batch and use 1 can of cream of chicken and 1 can cream of cheese. Much better with the tater tots. Also stretch the recipe by adding 2 cans of Veg-All vegetables.
Its okay. Its not something I would go out of my way to tell everyone about or rush to make for company. Its more of something you would make when you have random ingredients around that you need to use up.
This was great -both easy and satisfying. Because we were out of Cream of anything soup, substituted a can of Campbell's Beef gravy, and I think we will always cook this with the gravy in place of the soup. I did sprinkle a little freshly grated medium sharp cheddar on before covering the entire dish with tater tots. Used a 9x9 pan.
I've been making a variation of this for a few years now, we use a can of cream of celery soup along with the mushroom soup and mix about half a cup of shredded cheese in with it, sprinkling more cheese on top of the tater tots. Yummy comfort food!!
The kids loved this, but my husband not so much. I definately recommend this for anyone with picky eaters.
My husband absolutely loved this. I wasn't thrilled with the health factor but it was very tasty. My only complaint is that it needed double or maybe even triple the hashbrowns.
Love this recipe. The only thing I changed was instead of ketchup and worcestershire I use 1 to 2 tbls of bbq sauce. Also instead of Cream of Mushroom soup (husband hates mushrooms) I use cream of celery soup.
Read the reviews. We like things light and lower fat so here's my changes: used ground turkey. First sautéed onions and green bell pepper diced, reduced with a splash of white wine and broth, reduced for 3 mins. I had already browned the turkey, so added it to this mixture. Added cream of chicken soup, and half can of Hormel Turkey Chili ( for flavor), added a few jar jalapeño's chopped and season to taste. Sprayed oval casserole dish, put meat mixture then a light layer of Cheddar, topped with a bag of frozen mixed veggies. Top it with thawed Tater Tots. Baked at 350 for 50 mins, then broiled last 5 mins. Served shredded cheese at the table ( this saves calories)Tators were crunchy and the meat had good flavor. Hubby was surprised and had seconds! Will make this easy comfort recipe again! Thanks!
This recipe is not as good as the other tater tot casseroles but it works in a pinch. The ingredients are so simple that almost everyone has them on hand and it is very simple to make.
I had to improvise a bit with this recipe. I didn't have tater tots so I used a can of diced potatoes and I used ground turkey instead of beef. I also threw in a bag of mixed veggies. I used both the ketchup and worcestershire sauce. I used about 1/2 tsp onion powder instead of real onion and I added 1 tsp garlic powder and 1 tsp seasoned salt. Topped with cheddar cheese and baked for about 20 minutes. Turned out great.
family loved it!! I also add cheese on top. Like they say everything is better with cheese.
This dish is super yummy, even my 18month old ate it up. I did make some changes, though. First I boiled some yellow and green zucchini, red and green bell pepper, carrots, corn, potatoes and green beans for about 20 minutes, drained. I also used ground pork instead of beef and sautaed some onions with the pork. I did not use the worstersire sauce or catsup. I used a can of cream of mushroom and a can of cream of chicken with about 2 tablespoons of milk. I seasoned with Mrs. Dash, fresh ground organic pepper medley and paprika and mixed about a cup of shredded Colby jack cheese. I also baked the tator tots alone for 10 minutes to give it a little extra crispiness. Delicious!!!
I was searching for a kid-friendly recipe as I have four picky yet adventurous kids. I made this exactly to a T. It turned out "soupy" and it just spread out across the plate. You know kids are very visual eaters, so the appearance didn't go well. They tried it and only one liked it. They said it had a weird flavor, I know it was the Worcestershire and ketchup combo. My husband and I didn't mind it, if I make this again, I would omit-add, a few of the ingredients.
I used this recipe as more of a guideline as I rarely follow them exact. I sauted 3\4 of a yellow onion, minced four garlic, and browned 1lb leaned ground turkey meat because I don't eat beef. I drained the onion, garlic and meat mixture added a package of frozen vegetables medley, Worcestershire, melted about a handful of shredded kraft Mexican cheese with a hint of Philadelphia, and two cans of cream of mushroom soup so it wasnt so dry. I poured the mixture in a glass pan and spring a light layer of Mexican cheese on top and put gator tots over the entire thing! Then I seasoned that with Season All and pepper, baked for about 30 minutes and served with Texas toast. Yum yum! I'll make it again!
Still remember making it in middle school
I have a house full of picky eaters and this was a hit. As did strain 1 can of corn, 1 can of green beans, and added 1/2 c. Of milk to the soup mixture. This was just to add nutrition and volume to the meal. Makes just enough for a dinner with 5 BUUUT we will double next time for leftovers :-) super good!
This was very delicious. I added about a cup of peas and sprinkled shredded sharp cheddar on top.
This is a simple and delicious staple in every American home! It was delicious! I have read some reviews and think that it is fun to 'tweak' the recipe a bit, adding veggies or cheese to the top, using Sweet Baby Rays instead of ketchup, or switching the hamburger for turkey! I am happy to have come across this recipe and will remember this and the adjustments to try again next time! It was a hit with my husband and kids!