Sunday Supper - Comfort for the soul
Sunday Supper Ideas
Sunday Supper Ideas
-This is one of my favorite casserole's to make! I have been making this for at least 30 years. My kids loved it so when they were little and love it now as adults. My son even makes this himself now.
The nice thing about this dish is that it re-heats so well. My son would literally it this every day for a week when he was a teenager.
It is a great dish for Sunday Supper this week! You can serve with the sweet yellow cornbread or my husband likes it with just crackers as well.
Cheeseburger Casserole --- Kraft Cooking Made Easy
1 Box of THICK & CREAMY Kraft Mac-N-Cheese
1 Cup Milk - I use 2%
½ Stick Butter
Lowry’s Garlic Pepper
1 Can Sweet Yellow Corn
½ can of Hunts Sweet Onion Diced Tomato
1 Lb Lean Ground Beef
1 Medium Pkg of Kraft Sharp Cheddar Cheese
In Sauce Pan bring – 1 1/2 cups water or ½ pan of water along with 1 cup Milk, ½ stick butter to boil
When water comes to a steady boil – pour in the noodles from the Kraft Thick & Creamy Mac-N-Cheese
Bowl on Stove Top until Macaroni floats to top - about 12-15 minutes
Add in the package of the Cheese Mix that comes with the Kraft Thick & Creamy Mac-N-Cheese
Add 1 Tablespoon of the Lowry’s Garlic Pepper
Salt/Pepper -- A couple of pinches of each
In Skillet – Brown the 1 lb Ground Beef --- (drain) I wipe skillet down after I drain to get any excess fat out of pan
Pour the Drained 1 can Sweet Yellow Corn on top of browned Ground Beef
Pour the ½ can of the Hunts Diced Tomato Sweet Onion on top – and stir together
Pour the Sauce Pan of the Completed Mac-N-Cheese on top in skillet
Add 4-5 pinches of the Lowry's Garlic Pepper
Stir and let Simmer for about 10 minutes
Transfer to Casserole Dish
Top with the Pkg of Shredded Sharp Cheese and either melt in Microwave for about 2 minutes or
Oven # 350 degrees for 10 minutes
P.S. – If you need take to a Potluck you can even pour all in Crockpot and leave on low
This dish re-heats very well. To reheat --- Add a little more cheese on top and melt. You can add a little milk to the dish when you re-heat to make creamier.