Two-Cheese Squash Casserole

  • Layla207 Posted: 10/12/09
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    Really wonderful. Very creamy and cheesy. Will make again!

  • kjok1212 Posted: 08/01/10
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    This was very good and easy to make. I have found that you can use reduced fat ingredients to make it healthier and it still tastes very good. You can easily substitute different cheeses based on what you have on hand. I would make this again and again and would have no problem serving it to guests.

  • lmraor Posted: 11/08/08
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    I really enjoyed this recipe and will make it again. Yes, it has a a jillion calories, but I found I was able to cut some calories out and maintain taste by using low-fat sour cream & chedder and by reducing the amount of butter. This a great dish to bring to a party or to impress your southern relatives during the holidays.

  • tricia37 Posted: 12/03/08
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    I made this for the first time for Thanksgiving. It was very easy to make and everybody loved it! I will be making it again for our Christmas party at work.

  • ohsweethome Posted: 06/17/09
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    Wonderful flavor, a surprising twist on an old standard.

  • matgurl Posted: 11/28/09
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    wow, delicious and easy. a definite addition to our thanksgiving menu. i followed the recipe exactly as outlined using zucchini & tatuma squash (mexican squash), and sourdough bread for the crumbs. the end result was positively delicious. my family loved it. i steamed the squash in the microwave and then added it right into pan of onion mixture. cut down on at least two things to clean (steam pan & mix bowl). so, so good, especially with a kick of red rooster hot sauce!

  • jadedaula Posted: 11/27/09
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    this was very tasty,made this for thanksgiving and made a smaller casserole of it and added a few rotini noodles not to many to over bear the dish and crumbled up bacon slices threw out just to try it out as family members was suggesting what else might taste good in it as we was planning our dinner menu and it was awesome..perhaps bacon bits could be used also..plan to keep this one handy and make every so often..

  • marano Posted: 11/08/09
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    This was delicious. We added a little extra cheddar cheese to the top. I will be making this for Thanksgiving, I try to make a new dish every year. This year we will be having 22 guests. I hope they all like it as much as I did.

  • froggie899 Posted: 12/01/09
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    Every year I make my own throw it together squash casserole. This year I wanted to try something new. My family loved this dish. It was one of the first things gone. Easy to make too!!

  • fweetie49 Posted: 11/23/09
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    Excellent dish. For those posters concerned about it contributing to America's obesity problem and poor cardiovascular health, I suggest: don't eat the whole casserole by yourself, and don't eat it at every meal. This is clearly intended to be a special occasion dish, and for those of us more reasonable, it a tasty one. I am from the South, and like many others here who eat these sort of dishes occasionally, am neither obese nor have poor cardiovascular health. All things in moderation - even steamed veggies!

  • KathyinManvel Posted: 06/25/11
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    Great squash casserole receipe. It was a big hit at a dinner party with friends. I will definately make this again. This is a great side for any dinner.

  • steponme Posted: 09/06/11
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    I've been looking for a good squash casserole and I've found it. This was delish! I tried to shave off some of the fat and calories by using only 1 egg, less parm. cheese and about a 1 tblsp. less of the butter and I used whole wheat bread to make my bread crumbs. Whole family enjoyed and went back for seconds.

  • swissmom Posted: 06/13/12
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    This is a tried and true recipe that even my children, (12 & 16), REQUEST! Like other reviewers, I have changed things on occasion, depending on ingredients I have on hand. I always use a mixture of zucchini and yellow squash, it makes for a prettier presentation.

  • wooldolly Posted: 07/07/13
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    Fabulous recipe. I used whole wheat bread crumbs, low fat sour cream and only one egg. Also cut the amount of butter in half, but it was delicious. I did sprinkle an extra handfull of parmesan over the top before baking. Definitely a keeper.

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