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Real Food Remake: Cheesy Tuna Casserole

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Everybody has had at least one tuna casserole in their lifetime. Most recipes call for some type of canned “cream of something soup” or a box of macaroni and cheese. I’ve got a recipe made with wholesome, real-food ingredients. No processed ingredients here.

One reason the tuna casserole has been on meal plans for so long is because it is a quick and easy meal you can slap together and feed your family quickly.  It is also a very frugal meal to serve a family.

That’s where this recipe is exactly like the processed food counterparts – it can be made quickly, cheaply, and will please even the pickiest members of your family.

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It is easy to tailor this recipe to the palates of your family.  You can mix it all up and pour it into one big 9×11 casserole dish, or pour them up in individual serving sized ramekins.  I have one child, Judah, who will NOT eat peas.  So, I pour up one serving before I add the peas to the rest.  Then, everyone gets it exactly the way they love it.

However you make it up, you will not be disappointed – this tuna casserole kills the competition.  AND, you can feel good about this quick go to meal – no food dyes, no high sodium, and you can pronounce ALL the ingredients. ;)


Tuna Casserole wih cheesy mac

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  1. Ok, my tuna-hater (yes, the same as my bean-hater, yes, I pray for his future wife often) gave this a 7 1/2-8! I doubled the mac & cheese recipe but not the peas or tuna. Hubby requested double tuna and peas next time :)

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