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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Ham and Cheese Casserole

If you live in our house you'd know that I love being able to throw stuff together and make a casserole for my family to enjoy instead of having to make three or four dishes to feed us.

This is such a casserole.  I had some leftover chopped ham.  One small package of spaghetti noodles(these were a corn based noodle).  Some frozen peas and some cheddar cheese.  So what did I do?  Well it's simple really!

Delicious ham and cheese casserole.
1.  Cook up some spaghetti noodles to just under done.  Ours were gluten free of course!
2.  Drain the noodles.
3.  Place noodles, chopped ham, and frozen peas together in a bowl.
4.  Mix well.
5.  Make a cheese sauce to go over your pasta casserole.  You can find my favorite recipe here.
6.  Place the noodle mix in a 13 by 9 casserole dish.
7.  Pour the cheese sauce over the top.
8.  Bake at 350 degrees for at least half an hour, or until it is golden on top.

Last but not least.  Let it cool just a little bit and then enjoy!  You can also put some bacon bits on top of this or crushed gluten free crackers or even crushed chex cereal.

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9 comments:

  1. Sounds Yummy and Easy...Just my style.

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  2. This looks really good! I know the kids would love this recipe! Thank you for sharing it!

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  3. Wow...I'll be substituting the ham for tuna...but this looks YUMMY!

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  4. This looks delicious! Making me hungry! LOL Shared!

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  5. That looks really good! I am like you and love quick and simple so this would be right up my ally!

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  6. Looks yummy! I love ham and cheese :D

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  7. Wow, ingredients I would have never mixed together!

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  8. Looks great! My husband would LOVE this! Thanks!

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  9. This looks really delicious! I love hearty meals on cold winter nights, especially ones that aren't so difficult to make. :-) Thanks so much for linking up with "Try a New Recipe Tuesday!" I can't wait to see what you share next week.

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