Broccoli Au Gratin
I loved this super easy Broccoli Au Gratin recipe. And I mean, super E-A-S-Y. It uses only four ingredients making it a terrific side dish for the holidays. It also tastes wonderfully. Broccoli florets, cream of chicken soup, cheddar cheese and Ritz crackers make up this tasty side dish.
Back in late September neighbors across the street had a third child. I offered to bring them a meal. Kyle has been a regular driver for John to his Day Neuro rehab classes. They have been fantastic neighbors since they moved in a couple of years ago. I know what it’s like having babies and the last thing you want to do is cook!
So I poured over recipes and decided on a Tortellini Marinara, Broccoli Au Gratin, Cherry Texas Sheet Cake, Rapid Rise Italian Herb Bread and a family favorite: Corn Pudding. They had a lot of family over the day I brought the meal, but I’m sure there was enough for everyone.
Broccoli Au Gratin is really a fantastic side dish for any kind of entree. But if you’re looking for a quick recipe to take for holiday or company meals it doesn’t get any easier than this one. If you’re a broccoli fan, this is a great casserole to add to your repertoire. Enjoy.
Broccoli Au Gratin is wonderful. If you enjoy broccoli, this is a great way to serve it.
This cheesy casserole is a wonderful side dish for holidays and company.
Broccoli Au Gratin is really delightful paired with Tortellini Marinara and Corn Pudding.
Here’s what I did.
I used these ingredients.
Cook broccoli according to package directions. (I microwaved for about 5 minutes). Place cooked broccoli florets in a bowl. Add cheese and cream of chicken soup.
Stir ingredients to combine.
Spoon broccoli mixture into a greased 8×12″ glass baking dish.
Crush Ritz crackers into crumbs and sprinkle over top.
Bake at 350 degrees for 20-30 minutes or until heated through.
Serve with your favorite entree. I paired it with Tortellini Marinara and Corn Pudding.
I loved how easy this recipe is to toss together.
Broccoli Au Gratin is also a fantastic way to use up broccoli from your garden if you’re growing it.
Here’s the recipe.
BROCCOLI AU GRATIN
(Recipe adapted from Taste of Home, Quick Cooking, 2005)
Broccoli Au Gratin is really scrumptious. This is a superb side dish to make on nights when you’re short on time.
This cheesy casserole is mouthwatering.
Broccoli Au Gratin is a marvelous comfort food dish your family will love.