Prep Time
20 Mins
Cook Time
45 Mins
Stand Time
10 Mins
Makes 8 servings

Indulge in a creamy casserole packed with fresh and frozen veggies, chopped turkey, and thin spaghetti. The recipe calls for store-bought Alfredo sauce, cutting preparation time down almost nothing.

How to Make It

Step 1

Whisk together soup and milk in large mixing bowl; whisk in Alfredo sauce. Stir in chopped turkey, next 4 ingredients, and 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese. Pour into a lightly greased 15- x 10-inch baking dish.

Step 2

Stir together remaining Parmesan cheese, crushed croutons, and paprika; sprinkle evenly over casserole.

Step 3

Bake, covered, at 375° for 30 minutes. Uncover, and bake 15 more minutes or until golden brown and bubbly. Let stand 10 minutes before serving.

Step 4

Note: Casserole may be assembled and frozen up to 1 month. Thaw in the refrigerator overnight; bake, covered, at 350° for 40 minutes. Uncover and bake 15 more minutes or until cheese is melted and bubbly. If you prefer a smaller casserole, use 2 (11- x 7-inch) baking dishes. Proceed as directed.

Ratings & Reviews

B0ssesMa's Review

October 11, 2011
This is a longtime favorite of mine, and I only made a few adjustments for personal taste: I use crushed Ritz ( or equivalent) mixed with the seasonings and add smidge of garlic powder in lieu of the croutons, also I will occasionally use steamed chopped broccoli florets instead of the peas. If I have it on hand, I will sometimes add about 1/4 c. dry sherry or mediera to the cheese sauce. It adds great depth of flavor. This is a good casserole to make with after-Thanksgiving turkey leftovers and stash in the freezer for a cold winter's night. Your family will love it. It's real homey comfort food

vvdevine's Review

April 26, 2011
I leave out the peas (I detest them) and serve this with green salad and rosemary faccia.

sandybnfla's Review

November 09, 2010
To Mike, from the review of 10/07, get over yourself. If you are going to suggest using something to substitute for the cream of mushroom soup, give the recipe for it!

aussienana's Review

August 26, 2010
Good simple recipe. Sometimes we don't have the time to make everything from scratch. This recipe is easy and just takes a few ingredients from the pantry. Whole family enjoyed this, including the grand children.

Cmarie27's Review

December 03, 2013

MrsDana's Review

November 21, 2012
Definitely comfort food! So easy to make and very tasty! I will make this again when I have leftover turkey!

AmyNJames's Review

January 25, 2013
I made a few kid-friendly changes and my kids loved it! My son even asked for the leftovers for breakfast the next day. I omitted the fresh mushrooms and used an Italian cheese blend instead of Swiss.

Jennielynsoper's Review

November 29, 2011
Whole family love it, even my picky 12 year old! Perfect dish for leftover thanksgiving turkey. The only thing I changed was broccoli in place of the peas and canned bread crumbs for the croutons.

busymom28's Review

October 20, 2010
My kids love it and it was quick and easy to make. I took the suggestion to use two smaller dishes, so I cooked one and froze one! Perfect for my household. The one thing I did different was that after I cooked the spaghetti (angel hair pasta), I put it directly in the dish and poured everything else on top of the noodles. It was easier to ensure the spaghetti mixed evenly with the main mix. Served easier this way too!

Great for leftovers

December 04, 2015
A little heavy for me, but family loved it. Great for leftover turkey that is a little dried out.