My favorite Ham and Swiss Cheese Casserole
This easy ham and swiss casserole is soooooooo good! And, my golf friend Cindy was right. Easy to make and delicious! I’m truly flattered when people share their favorite recipes with me. Of course I test them out and then I can share them with you!
This Easy Ham and Swiss Cheese Casserole was so very easy to make. There was very little prep time, which was great. I used frozen veggies but, if you prefer, it would be totally fine to use fresh. I do want to suggest you give this casserole a quick stir halfway through cooking so that you don’t have the odd crunchy noodle on top.
And, the best thing of all, my family really enjoyed this. It’s more than we can eat at one sitting. But, the leftovers were heated up the next day by my teens and enjoyed again. Two teenagers both agreed this was good! That never happens in my house!
I’m actually trying to collect some recipes to teach my boys how to cook some simple meals. The boys will be making it next time around. If you are wondering why there seem to be some very detailed details, that’s why : ).
I did adapt it a bit for my family’s tastes. That’s the sign of a great recipe in my book. When you can easily adapt it for personal preferences.Print
- 2 cups ham, cubed (I bought two thick slices of boiled ham from my local deli – just under 1 lb of meat)
- 2 cups elbow macaroni, uncooked
- 2 can cream of chicken soup (or cream of mushroom)
- 1 can of milk (use the soup can!)
- 1 1/2 cups peas and carrots
- 1 10 oz can chicken broth
- 2 TBSP dried minced onions (or 1 small diced onion)
- 8 oz shredded swiss cheese (I bought sliced and chopped into thin slivers)
- 1/4 cup diced red pepper (optional)
- Do not precook the noodles.
- Preheat oven to 350 Fahrenheit
- Add everything in a bowl and mix until noodles are covered with sauce. It’s easier if you mix liquids first then add noodles etc.
- Place into a sprayed 9 x 13 casserole dish
- Bake for 1 hour (stir at about 1/2 hour point so top noodles get mixed into sauce)
- Serve with a salad for an amazing meal!
What I love about this ham and swiss cheese casserole recipe.
I love that with this ham and swiss cheese casserole dish you don’t need to precook the noodles. For some reason, I don’t like doing that step. Probably because sometimes I overcook those noodles. Nothing worse than mushy noodles! By putting the noodles in uncooked, no mushy noodles here!
Do you have a favorite easy to prepare casserole that your family and friends love? I’d sure love to hear about it! You can put some info. in the comments.
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