Sunday, September 30, 2012

Cheeseburger Casserole


Cheeseburger Casserole

This is a recipe that I grew up eating, and a few weeks back it came into my head again. So I had to make it for my family, so I asked my mom for the recipe. My family LOVES it :-) Its easy and tastey :-)

1 Bag of Crinkle Cut French Fries
2 -3 lbs of Hamburger
1 Cream of Chicken Soup
1 Cheddar Cheese soup

Brown your hamburger and drain it. Put it in a bowl and put in your soups. Mix it up. Take a baking dish and  put the hamburger mixture in it. Top it with french fries and bake it. I baked it at 400 degrees till the french fries were done. But I think you can bake it at 350 fine, my oven is just odd. Haha

This post is part of Foodie Friend Friday
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7 comments:

  1. Is there a recipe link on your blog? I don't see one....

    Making cheeseburger casserole tomorrow. ☺

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    1. You can make it to where my recipe is printer friendly....not sure what your asking for. Let me know

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  2. A lot of food blogs I read have a "recipe" tab. One can click on it and scroll the list of recipes. You have so many great recipes.... Let's say I saw a recipe you made three weeks ago, but couldn't remember the name exactly, then the recipe tab would be handy. That's all :)

    One food blog/site that comes to mind is http://www.larkscountryheart.com/2012/01/big-pan-o-sugar-cookies.html?m=1

    She has a recipe index/tab.

    Of course, I could always just scroll the blog archives too ;)

    Happy Cooking!
    Sara

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    1. I will have to look into doing that....Thank you

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  3. http://www.larkscountryheart.com/2012/01/big-pan-o-sugar-cookies.html?m=1

    Kind of like the link above. A lot of food blogs I read have recipe links. An actual "recipe" tab that one can click on, and scroll through the recipes. You have many great recipes! Let's just say I found a recipe three weeks ago....want to make it ...but can't remember the exact name. A recipe link just makes it easier :). Of course, I can always scroll the blog archives too.

    Happy Cooking!

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  4. I have never seen a recipe with French fries on top! It looks so good! What a great idea! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday! Please come back on Sunday to VOTE!

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