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Cheese, Meat and Biscuits: Don’t forget the taters!

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After spending a majority of the day at the waterpark, the kids came home with a need to feed! 

This recipe is tried and true. Many have modified it and odds are your mother has made it. One tip: If you have it, add some flax. Use a coffee grinder to maximize digestion. I add flax to almost everything, so I can assure you…it can be done. Mix it in with the potatoes in this particular recipe.

Unground Flax Seed
Unground Flax Seed

Ingredients:


Freshly made mashed potatoes. I prefer them from scratch, but if need be, use the boxed variety.

Fresh chopped potatoes. Boil, Mash, Add Milk and Butter (Flax is optional)
Fresh chopped potatoes. Boil, Mash, Add Milk and Butter (Flax is optional)

Cooked Ground Beef

Brown in a Skillet
Brown in a Skillet

Mushroom Soup: Add milk to thin.

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Start by layering your basic ingredients:

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Mix the cooked ground chuck with the mushroom soup mix. Spread evenly over mashed potatoes.

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Add a layer of Velveeta Cheese

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For the topping, basic biscuit mix or tube biscuits work just fine.

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Place the unbaked biscuits as so:

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Since every ingredient but the biscuits are already cooked, the casserole only needs to be cooked as long as the biscuits require. In most cases, it’s at 375 degrees for 15 minutes.


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Simple, quick and filling: As always, feel free to tweak!

One idea could be to mix in some fresh garden herbs…..

I harvested these fresh from the garden this morning.
I harvested these fresh from the garden this morning.

Have a fabulous day!

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