I also do this with cauliflower or combination of both. Zucchini and cooked rice are good too. Save calories without the crackers. I put a little cheese on top.
karyne Posted: 02/20/11
MKHaynes Posted: 11/24/10
This is one of my husband's favorite to make - except he uses cheddar cheese soup instead of cream of mushroom, and no mayo. It is a great go-to for big dinners.
SwtVgs Posted: 11/16/09
I made this recipe for Thanksgiving the same year it issued in All You. I have made it every year on Thanksgiving since and my whole family loves it!! Very fast and simple and tastes delicious =) No room for leftovers with this one!
SoCalledJay Posted: 01/27/10
I liked this recipe but i think it asks for to much mayo and butter and you can really taste it. The only changes i would make next time is to cut back by a 1/4 of those two ingredients.
charlotta Posted: 02/13/10
Very good and comforting to eat. Its easy to do. I used Peppridge Farm Stuffing Mix on top instead of Ritz.
hkw0003 Posted: 12/22/10
DELICIOUS! Even the people that don't like broccoli enjoyed this. Definitely no leftovers. Also good with the frenchs fried onions.
alesaurusrex Posted: 06/13/10
...This was just.. weird. The consistency of the sauce after baking was kind of strange. It almost looked like something was curdling? Perhaps I baked it too long. It tastes ok, but is really nothing special. I would never serve this to anyone, but I suppose its okay to feed myself with when I'm running low on cash.
mathchef Posted: 11/24/10
Great recipe with a few alterations. I halved the butter and mayonnaise and exchanged the crushed crackers for a can of fried onion rings. I liked that the sauce was not overwhelming. It is easy to make. Will definitely make again.
ARiegle Posted: 01/26/11
I would never fix this because it has 36 (!) grams of fat per serving. The nutrition of the broccoli is lost to all the fat. Now, you could substitute with a lower fat soup, mayonaisse and cheese. Maybe you could use just 1 egg, and cut the butter in half. Of course, it wouldn't be so yummy as the original recipe, but it is a far healthier choice. My biggest concern is that parents are presenting this to their children as a 'good' way to serve broccoli, and all it is doing is making them less healthy. Sorry to the creator of this recipe-it's just I try to find every way I can to make healthier choices for myself and my family.
karofl1 Posted: 09/28/11
This recipe has great flavor, likely due to all of the fat. There is way too much sauce for just one pound of broccoli. Instead of reducing the proportion of ingredients, I added vegetables that I had on hand: carrots, mushrooms, and trio (a blend of onion and peppers). I also used only one-half sleeve of Ritz, that was sufficient to make a nice topping. I would make this again, especially for non-broccoli eaters, but would want to adjust some of the fat.
AmyMCGS Posted: 12/18/11
I found this on Pinterest, came here for the recipe, and took it to a Christmas potluck. I made a few changes to adapt to what I had on hand: light mayo, cream of chicken soup, 2 bags frozen chopped broccoli (steamed in microwave), less butter, and only half a sleeve of Ritz. Very good!
KathiFerger Posted: 11/24/11
Terrific dish for Thanksgiving. I substituted cream of broccoli soup for the mushroom soup and it was delish!! No leftovers here!
emilbus001 Posted: 11/17/13
This rating says it all. it's a good solid recipe. Though, a little rich and fatty. Something about mayo being mixed in sounds really gross to me but the flavors worked. just a classic home style dish. yum!