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Duggar Family Tater Tot Casserole

We really enjoy watching the Duggar's tv show on TLC. We've seen them on more than one occasion, serve tater tot casserole. I have to admit, I've never had tater tot casserole. I really like tater tots though so we thought we'd give it a shot. This was a pantry meal because I had everything here to make it.

This was absolutely great comfort food! Everyone enjoyed it (well except for Monkey but he rarely likes anything). Plus we have enough leftover for lunch tomorrow. I also want to mention how quick it went together because of using already cooked ground beef that I had in my freezer. I spent maybe 10 minutes including the corn and green beans, prepping. Then everything was done within an hour. Very quick and easy!

Tater Tot Casserole
2 lb ground turkey cooked, seasoned, drained
3 2lb bags tater tots
2 cans cream of mushroom
2 cans evaporated milk
2 cans cream of chicken
Brown meat & place in large casserole dish.
Cover with tater tots. Mix soup & milk together.
Pour over top. Bake at 350 for 1 Hour.
Makes 2- 9”X13” pans

I halved this recipe and added cheese during the last 12 minutes. I served this with corn on the cob and green beans. We will definitely be making this again!

This is being shared at Tempt My Tummy Tuesday and Tasty Tuesday at Balancing Beauty and Bedlam.


Hi Amanda. I have a tater tot casserole that is different than this. SO, I am excited to try this one! Sounds great. Can't go wrong with comfort food!!Thanks for linking to TMTT.
Elizabeth said…
Hello! I've been meaning to try this recipe. Thanks for reminding me :) I'm also in TN!! Visiting your blog by way of Balancing Beauty and Bedlam's blog.
Monica said…
Looks good,I'll have to try it!Thanks!
Ave said…
Looks so easy to make and so deliciousW. Thanks for sharing!
Terry said…
Tater tots are so good...I bet this is really good.
darnold23 said…
The Duggars live in the same area as my daughter. She says to make sure you don't show up at Wal Mart at the same time they are there:) Aren't they remarkable? I hope you will visit and check out Crock Pot Wednesday starting this week. There are some really great giveaways.
jsprik said…
oh man, we love tater to casserole at my house!! this is a little different from my recipe, but looks great and easy too!! thnx!!
I like quick and easy meals and this recipe and this recipe has both. YHANKS!!! Geri
Love tater tots. This sounds good. Haven't see the show, but, have met the Duggars when he was running for office (and all of the kids too).

Brenda said…
I love anything with potatoes and this looks delicious.
Sandra said…
Hi Amanda, just coming by to let you know that you just won my Blue Like Play Dough book giveaway.

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Easter said…
I made this and froze one to serve later this week when I have appointments.
I only used 2 of the bags of tater tots, one per casserole.
It was a sure hit with my family.
This would be a great Sunday dinner after church, pop it in the oven and in about an hour you've got a good meal.
Thanks for posting this.
BTW I live in NC.
Unknown said…
Thanks for posting this! Looking forward to trying it :)
Stacey said…
Love the Duggars! Thanks for sharing this recipe :)

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