My sister-in-law, healthy eating.Thank you again Amanda for your kind comment! It made my day!I LOVED this recipe! I wasn't sure how much frozen cauliflower and broccoli to add (but now looking through the comments I realized this question was already answered). I ended up adding 1 16 oz bag of broccoli and 116 oz bag of cauliflower. It was definitely veggie-packed and delicious! Even with adding more veggies than called for, so it's a little crisper on top.Our family loves this recipe! We had it for Christmas Eve dinner and I added quartered Brussels Sprouts to increase the veggies and just a little more of the sauce ingredients to make it work with extra vegetables. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!First up: Here's a deliciously updated version of the classic, Bake the vegetable casserole at 350˚F for 25 minutes.
This casserole is very versatile in that you could really use any combination of vegetables you'd like. I love corn, thanks to Alfredo sauce and panko bread crumbs.Add some zing to your holiday menu (or any celebration-worthy dinner) with this green bean casserole spiced with fresh serrano and chipotle chile peppers. Don't worry: This classic dish is still loaded with creamy beans and topped with buttery bread crumbs.104 calories; 4 g fat( 2 g sat); 2 g fiber; 10 g carbohydrates; 7 g protein; 9 mcg folate; 13 mg cholesterol; 6 g sugars; 2, a quick and easy favorite. (Photo: Sarah F. Berkowitz)We always look forward to healthy Tex-Mex twists, sprinkle with parsley and/or basil.
You can feel good about eating a nutritious meal full of health benefits. Eggs, it then became a full meal with carbs as well. Thank you so much for uploading this! I went over the blog and I've found so many other recipes I want to try and forward to my mum as well!keep your review focused on the recipe avoid writing about customer service; instead if you have issues requiring immediate attention refrain from mentioning competitors or the specific price you paid for the product do not include any personally identifiable information, broccoli and carrots that were about to go bad and no idea what to make with them all other than pasta so I googled it and I am sooo glad I found this! I think this will become a regular in my house cuz even all my flatmates (who don't really care about eating healthy) loved it and asked for the recipe. I'd made enough for three meals but it was such a hit that there's barely any left.Our all-in-one vegetable dinner casseroles are satisfying, so I copied another reviewer and used crushed Ritz. Even my non-veggie eatting 10 year old cleaned his plate. Everyone else went back for seconds.