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Keep Me Warm Casserole

Nothing is better on a cold day then a hearty warm casserole. I get tired of making the same old thing over and over again, so today I decided I was going to make something new. Of course as a mother of three I wanted it to be pretty fast, easy and of course something that will please the whole family. Here is what you will need to make my "Keep Me Warm Casserole." I hope you enjoy it.

  • 1 Pound Ground meat-I use beef but you can use any meat or meat replacement.
  • 1/2 package of taco seasoning
  • 1 Can Cheese Soup-I use the plain but it also comes in a nacho if you want to add a little spark.
  • 1 1/2  Cup of Water
  • 1 Cup of Rice
  • 1/4 Cup of Milk
  • 1 Cup of Bisquick plus enough liquid to make a biscuit dough


So as I said I like to keep things simple :O) First you will have to brown and drain the ground meat. It is best to season it while browning. I put a little pepper on mine and that is all. After it has browned then drain off any fat that is remaining. Add everything in the pan except the Bisquick and liquid so that you can make the biscuit topping. Heat everything and let simmer for about 5 minutes. While the mixture is simmering take the 1 Cup of Bisquick and mix with the liquid until it is a biscuit dough. I decided to roll mine out so it was a little dryer but you can also make it into a drop biscuit dough if you would like.
Next you will need your oven safe baking dish :O). Pour your mixture from the pot into the dish. Top with your biscuits or sheet of biscuit dough whichever you chose. Place in a pre-heated 350 degree oven till the biscuit dough is golden brown on top. :O) Enjoy!

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