Good Cook: Cheesy Poorman’s Casserole Bowl Recipe ‪#‎goodcookcom

cheey poorman casserole bowl

We love poorman’s Casserole, it’s a family favorite that my children always ask for. So I thought about the ingredients that my family loves and created the Cheesy Poorman’s Casserole. The family just loved it! It was so perfect, had so much flavor, and the family has requested it a number of times since I made it. I decided to make them into a bowl as well so they were easy to serve and so cute as well.

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Cheesy Poorman’s Casserole

1 1/2 lbs ground beef
1 1/2 frozen mixed vegetables defrosted in the microwave
2 teaspoons of Campbell’s Cheesy Broccoli Soup
1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
10 crackers smashed up (Like you would for meatloaf)
3 teaspoons of milk
2-3 servings of Mashed Potatoes
2 slices of American Cheese

Step 1: You want to mix the crackers in with the hamburger first

Step 2: Mix in the Italian seasoning, cheesy broccoli soup and milk, in with the hamburger

Step 3: Stir your mixed Veggies with your hamburger mixture

Step 4: Press your hamburger mixture into the pan, I pushed it round the edges first then left a hole area in the middle for the top pan to fit into and lock

Step 5: Bake your Cheesy Poorman’s Casserole bowls at 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes until they are fully baked

Step 6: Let your poorman casserole bowls cool for a few minutes while you make your mashed potatoes

Step 7: While your bowls are still in the pan, Use a Twist Ice Cream scoop fill them with mashed potatoes and top with cheese and place back in the oven at 350 till cheese melts.

Step 8 Let the bowls cool for a few minutes and then remove from pan, place your veggies, fruit or other sides that you would like to serve with the Cheesy Poorman’s Casserole.

**Disclosure** I received the Bake A Bowl Pan from Good Cook to make this recipe. All opinions are those of my family and myself.


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2 Responses to Good Cook: Cheesy Poorman’s Casserole Bowl Recipe ‪#‎goodcookcom

  1. Mariah Applegate says:

    This looks delicious! Seems right up my husband’s alley! Too bad we don’t have a bake a bowl pan!

  2. amy tolley says:

    this sounds like a great dish to make i will like making this for my family to try thanks for sharing with us

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