Super Easy And Inexpensive Family Meal You Can Make For Dinner Tonight

If I Was A Rich Man… I Would Still Make This Delish Casserole!

Ever since I was little, I was taught to appreciate what I have and make the most of even the little things. We were a big family and my mother was a genius when it came to making meals on the budget. It seemed as if the casseroles appeared out of nowhere; there was nothing too special in the pantry but all of a sudden she had made an amazing dinner for the whole family.

I think being able to create a grocery budget and stick to it, is a very important skill. My mother made sure we would all know by college, what it took to make your money last for a whole month. I’m very grateful for everything I learned and I think it has made my life richer in so many ways.

This stupendous casserole from Glenda, over at (Cooking at home), made me think of my mother and everything she taught me. Food doesn’t have to be expensive to taste delicious! And this chicken, broccoli and rice casserole is here to prove it.

Quick Tip: No broccoli in the freezer? Use any veggies you happen to have at hand.

This recipe makes about 10 to 12 servings, and it freezes well! I always make the full batch and whatever leftovers we have, I freeze in individual servings.

I have to say, though – this casserole is so dang tasty that we tend to eat a whole lot more of it than we meant to! Everyone always goes for seconds! But if you’d really like to cut your meal expenses, you could serve this with homemade dinner rolls. That way you can make sure you’ll have more servings for lunch the next day!

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  1. I will try this one,it looks good.Tysvm. Teri Bodle

  2. Oooh yes this is so easy! This recipe has more ingredients. I have to try this with thw other ingredients. I betcha it taste twice as better than how i make it....yes! Thanks guys!!!

  3. I agree I'd be wanting this even if I won the lottery! My Mom was a wiz with casseroles,stews,soups & making the food dollar stretch.


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