Lasagna Casserole: Disconnect to Reconnect

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If you’ve been following my blog for any time, then you’ve more than likely heard my speech about the importance of home-cooked meals and getting your family to the table.  So, when I heard about J.M. Smucker Company’s new Disconnect to Reconnect initiative, I knew I had to be a part of it.  The truth is, we are ALL so consumed with screens these days – be they screens on televisions, tablets, smart phones, etc.  I grew up having dinner with my family nearly every night.  It was a time for us to chat about our days and connect as a family.  Today’s screen distractions prevent folks from reconnecting and keep us each engrossed in our own little worlds.  I challenge you to set aside one night every week to sit down as a family for a home-cooked meal without any distractions.  Turn off the electronics and just be a family.  Disconnect to Reconnect.

Take the pledge!

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This delicious and easy recipe for Lasagna Casserole has all the great flavor of the classic dish, but without all the work.  It’s a great, hearty recipe that will help you get supper on the table quickly so you can disconnect to reconnect. {Keep scrolling for the giveaway!}Lasagna CasseroleLasagna Casserole - Pinterest

Lasagna Casserole

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 30 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 50 minutes

Lasagna Casserole

Ingredients

  • 4 cups wide egg noodles
  • 1 1/2 pounds ground beef
  • 1/2 medium onion, chopped
  • 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese
  • 1 (5-ounce) can evaporated milk
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 (24-ounce) jar pasta sauce
  • salt
  • 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese

Instructions

Preheat the oven to 350°F. Cook the noodles according to the package directions.

Brown the ground beef with the onion and drain well.

Drain the noodles and return them to the pot. Stir in the evaporated milk and the cream cheese. Stir until the cream cheese has melted. Pour the noodles into a 9x13-inch baking dish that has been sprayed with nonstick cooking spray.

Return the ground beef to the pan over low heat. Add the garlic and cook until fragrant (2 to 3 minutes). Add the pasta sauce and add salt to taste. Pour the meat sauce over the noodles and top with the shredded cheese. Bake for about 20 minutes or until the cheese is melted.

http://southernbite.com/2014/05/06/lasagna-casserole/

Now for the giveaway!

One of my most favorite quick and easy supper ideas is to have brinner – breakfast for dinner!  Now, the folks at J.M. Smucker are offering up this incredible Breakfast for Dinner prize pack that includes a griddle, a load of amazing products, utensils, and more!  To enter, simply leave a comment below with your favorite quick and easy dinner idea.  You can earn an extra entry by taking the pledge and then leaving an additional comment saying that you did.  You have through May 12th at midnight to enter. :)

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  1. mac and cheese

  2. Lisa Brown says:

    I love making baked lasagna
    jslbrown2009(at)aol(dot)com

  3. Lisa Brown says:

    took pledge as lisa brown
    jslbrown2009(at)aol(dot)com

  4. Craving that lasagna now!! One of our favorite quick dinners is fried egg on toast or biscuit!

  5. Fred and I have taken the pledge!

  6. Michelle Wahlberg says:

    I can’t wait to try this one! I have a feeling it will be the new favorite at our house!! Took the pledge!

  7. I took the pledge!

  8. Gail McMichael says:

    I happily took the pledge!
    Gail

  9. I love tostadas for an easy dinner!

  10. Teresa C. says:

    One of our favorites is biscuits and sausage gravy, along with new potatoes fried with onions.

  11. My favorite quick and easy dinner idea is tomato soup and grilled cheese and it just happens to be a favorite around here!!

  12. Alex Tsekouras says:

    I love making a pancake sandwich for dinner: 2 chocolate chip pancakes with peanutbutter in between the two. You can never have too much peanutbutter and chocolate! That’s my idea of a good Brinner.

  13. Alex Tsekouras says:

    I took the pledge =)

  14. This looks so delicious! Had to stop by and check out your recipe and Pin it for later :)

    Shauna @ The Best Blog Recipes

  15. I took the pledge! And a fave in our house? Cook a package of bacon and crumble… boil package of eggs noodles…Chop up a medium head of cabbage and cook it til wilted in the bacon grease and butter and mix all ingredients… yummylicious and so quick and easy! Hubby doesn’t know how I do it…

  16. Pam Elkin says:

    I love family time, no noise, no distractions, just sitting together eating and talking and laughing. Precious times.

    One of our favorite quick meals is taco soup or taco salad!

  17. Taco salad is a favorite easy dinner for me!!

  18. Quick & easy dinner idea: Stovetop Mexican rice with ground beef, diced tomatoes, ranch beans & corn – yum!

  19. Lisa Sims says:

    Tater tot casserole is my go to for a quick dinner

  20. I took the pledge! :-)

  21. Leslie Stover says:

    My favorite meal idea if fajitas. I always keep a few bags of frozen peppers and onions in the freezer, so the prep work is already done. I also make my own fajita seasoning, so it’s rare I don’t have all of the ingredients on hand. So quick and easy, and my 4 year old LOVES them.

  22. Leslie Stover says:

    I took the pledge!

  23. The Angiano family took the pledge.

    My easy recipe isn’t DINNER food but BREAKFAST for dinner. Breakfast sandwiches with 2 over medium eggs, 2 slices of extra crispy bacon and shredded cheese inside lightly toasted wheat bread. Light mayo on bread.

  24. Took the pledge and your lasagna casserole makes it a work night snap to make, thanks.

  25. Great giveaway & recipe – thanks, Stacy!

  26. Delaine says:

    My new found favorite, grill cheese. I know , a late bloomer, have never had one before last week.

  27. Took the pledge.

  28. Heather Crockett says:

    taken the pledge and plan to make your lasagna

  29. Delaine says:

    Took the pledge. Always had these rules while the kids were home, now I need to be reminded with just me and the hubbie. thanks!

  30. Gayle Vorreyer says:

    Everyone here likes soup (per each person’s choice) and grilled cheese!! I use different cheeses and cut into triangles to dip in the soup! Yummy & easy!!

  31. Sausage biscuits and gravy

  32. Ellie Z says:

    Beefy ravioli casserole is one of our fav quick and easy dinners.

  33. Stacy Jacobs says:

    My all time favorite easy meal is fish sticks and tater tots. I always keep them in the freezer on hand.

  34. I took the pledge

  35. Grilled cheese with tomato soup, even in the summer!

  36. Ellie Z says:

    We took the pledge gladly.

  37. Stacy Jacobs says:

    I took the pledge too and printed the lasagna casserole recipe,

  38. Gayle S. says:

    Love your good recipes and giveaways. Hope I get LUCKY . Thanks

  39. Diane Mathis says:

    Great looking lasagna that I can actually adapt for 2. Quick dinner favorite is tuna patties. Took the pledge and would hope to see thousands of households doing the same.

  40. Cindy H. says:

    Go to recipe is sloppy joes – who doesn’t like them. Wonderful giveaway and recipe.

  41. Cindy H. says:

    I happily took the pledge…

  42. Kathleen Meath says:

    Tuna casserole and mac and cheese.

  43. Kim Hines says:

    What a great idea! I took the pledge.

  44. Kim Hines says:

    Our favorite meal is taco night. Chicken or beef. It is the one meal where there are NO complaints or “I don’t like this.”

  45. I took the pledge!
    This Lasagna Casserole will be my new quick dinner favorite—–looks delicious and so much easier than regular lasagna. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  46. Kynethia says:

    Took the pledge!

  47. Alicia J. says:

    Maple Dijon glazed chicken thighs with rice pilaf. Yum!

  48. Naomi S says:

    I took the pledge. Little smokies wrapped in bacon with brown sugar, butter glaze

  49. Lori McCool says:

    Love Parmesan Crusted Chicken

  50. Nadine Anderson says:

    I love your One Pot Red Beans & Rice! It would have to be my favorite! Also, I took the pledge!

  51. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    My Favorite Quick And Easy Dinner Idea Is Chili Mac And Cheese!

  52. Heather Hayes Panjon says:
  53. Patsy Coats says:

    Cereal or pbj’s are my quick and easy suppers.

  54. Sandra Hutchinson says:

    My family loves breakfast for dinner. It seems we have the same thing over and over again. But breakfast is always a nice and easy meal to fix..

  55. amy walker says:

    tacos- all ingredients are kept on hand & can be put together quickly!

  56. My favorite quick and easy dinner is cheeseburgers

  57. I took the pledge!

  58. Sally Abbott says:

    We like tacos or spaghetti for quick meals.

  59. Sally Abbott says:

    I took the pledge and shared it on facebook.

  60. amy walker says:

    I took the pledge! GREAT IDEA!

  61. Doris Henson says:

    I took the pledge!!! This recipe sounds great! The fastest, easiest “meal” we have is an egg sandwich. :)

  62. A quick dinner for me would be cereal.

  63. Susan H. says:

    I like to fix pork loin in the slow cooker for pulled pork BarBQ. Some slaw and baked beans on the side make for an easy dinner. Thanks for chance to win.

  64. I took the pledge.

  65. Susan H. says:

    We took the pledge.

  66. I took the pledge but actually that has always been the rule at my house. I like grilled cheese and cream of tomato soup especially for a Sunday night supper on a cold night.

  67. claudine says:

    frozen cheese ravioli and sauce with a salad or other green vegetable is the quickest dinner that i can make on a busy night.

  68. claudine says:

    took the pledge

  69. Dee Ross says:

    Great give away! Let’s go griddle

  70. Kathy P. says:

    Grilled salmon.

  71. Natalie says:

    We love to have tacos and quesadillas for an easy meal :)

  72. Sabrina says:

    “Bubba Burgers” on the grill with fries/tatertots

  73. Kathy P. says:

    Took the pledge. I think this is a wonderfuly idea.

  74. Natalie says:

    We took the pledge!

  75. Sabrina says:

    Took the pledge!

  76. Margaret Jebe says:

    Great giveaway and I took the pledge!

  77. Bringer is quick – Sausage Egg Casserole is our favorite!

  78. One of my quick and easy go-to dinners is shrimp and pasta alfredo. I make the sauce with fat free half and half, low fat cream cheese, and some pecorino romano cheese. The frozen shrimp goes into the pot with the pasta when it’s almost done cooking. Drain the pasta and shrimp, put it back in the pot, pour the sauce over and voila!

  79. Angie T. says:

    I like to make a salad from the pre-washed and packaged mixed salad greens. Throw a couple of chicken tenders into a non-stick skillet with a little Greek seasoning and cut into bite sized pieces when they are done. Mix with the greens, some onion, grape tomatoes, kalmata olives, a little reduced fat feta or bleu cheese and top with a homemade vinaigrette. This is a meal that’s quick, healthy and delicious.

  80. Sylvia Anderson says:

    Now that’s really easy Stacey, as we had brinner for dinner last night! First I took out the griddle and took some bulk pork sausage and fried up some patties. I then made French Toast using thick sliced bread, and using Hazelnut Dairy Creamer instead of the milk I would normally use. After they were all nice and browned, I took some blueberries, added some sweetener and nooked them for about 45 seconds, then poured the berries over the french toast before adding syrup. Yummy

  81. Sylvia Anderson says:

    We took the pledge as well.

  82. Pam Gurganus says:

    My favorite quick and easy dinner idea is loaded soft tacos!

  83. Pam Gurganus says:

    I took the pledge!

  84. I took the pledge! We have always eaten together at dinner time!!! It is so important to really share a meal and one another! The meal can be left-overs or something new, but it’s being together and sharing “our world” … breaking the bread!

  85. My favorite quick, easy and healthy dinner is scramble a can of salmon and some beaten eggs in some olive oil! We have always lived by the pledge of no electronics during meal time. Great family discussions!

  86. We love breakfast for dinner too, but I guess I’d have to say scrambled eggs or oatmeal and toast are our favorites ‘anytime’ meals.

  87. I took the pledge!!

  88. Theresa Eiler says:

    Our favorite quick and easy dinner is “Meat n’ Mac” which is browned ground beef and macaroni and cheese mixed together.

  89. Egg and bacon sandwich :)

  90. Theresa Eiler says:

    We took the pledge!

  91. Donna Duncan says:

    We like scrambled eggs & toast for dinner, not too fancy but it’s an easy dinner to make.

  92. Lisa Langston says:

    My quick and easy dinner is pancakes!!

  93. An omelet is our go-to anytime of the day when we don’t feel like fussing. There’s always something in the fridge to add to it.

  94. Donna Duncan says:

    We took the pledge! We already had it in place at our house — no phones in the dining room EVER. TV is in the family room and nobody is allowed to take food in there either, unless it’s a special show (like a football game!) that someone wants (NEEDS) to see.

  95. Lisa Langston says:

    I just took the pledge!

  96. Deborah P says:

    taco’s and salad

  97. Deborah P says:

    took the pledge

  98. Judy Uhl says:

    quick & easy dinner is my sloppy joes!

  99. Julie S says:

    Entering for the giveaway!

  100. Julie S says:

    Gladly took the pledge!!

  101. anne harris says:

    we enjoy breakfast for dinner! Pancakes and fried eggs and applesauce (or cottage cheese!), with sausage!

  102. Kay Overman says:

    Waffles are a great and quick supper idea.

  103. Kay Overman says:

    Took the pledge. Hoping to win.

  104. D Schmidt says:

    My favorite quick and easy dinner meal is tuna pasta bake, so simple and everyone likes it.

  105. Donna Amick says:

    We love breakfast for dinner! Sausage gravy and biscuits, scrambled eggs, bacon and grits can’t be beat!

  106. D Schmidt says:

    I took the pledge!

  107. Joyce Stewart says:

    We love freash waffles with fresh strawberries with a side of sausage. Yummmmmmmm.

  108. My husband and I eat breakfast for dinner once a week. It seems that pancakes, eggs and bacon always taste better in the evening. And, I took the pledge; however, I do not watch tv or sit with my laptop at breakfast and dinner.

  109. Sabrina Guerrero says:

    Sausage/country ham, grits, biscuits with jelly

  110. MARSHA G says:

    my favorite Brinner is to take the Hungry Jack Mix and make a 12 pancakes about saucer size. I put four in the bottom of a greased (sprayed with Crisco spray) 8 or 9 inch square pan. Over this I put a thin layer of scrambled eggs, then I pour a little sausage gravy over the eggs, sprinkle with shredded cheese of your choice, add another layer of pancakes and push down gently to make the layers stick together, add another layer of scrambled eggs, top with crumbled bacon, then shredded cheese, add your next layer of pancakes and press down gently again., top the last layer with shredded cheese and drizzle with Hungry Jack syrup. Bake at 350 degrees until hot and bubbly and the cheese is just golden brown. Remove from the oven and let set for ten minutes then slice and serve this wonderful brinner.. SO YUMMY!

  111. We keep hamburger patties in the freezer, so they are ready to take out, thaw and grill!

  112. Sabrina Guerrero says:

    Took the pledge

  113. MARSHA G says:

    My daughter MYKALA and I took the pledge however we have always ate dinner together since her birth and she’s now 18. If something was going on at school I always wait on her for us to eat together. I read when I was expecting her that a family that always eats dinner together the children are least likely to do drugs and make better grades in school. This has proved true with her she’s a great gal.

  114. Roxanne M. says:

    Anything that can be cooked in the crockpot!!

  115. Roxanne M. says:

    I took the pledge!!

  116. Pancakes for dinner is one of our favorite brinners. We also like omelets or scrambled eggs with sausages or bacon and homefries with toast.

  117. Beverly says:

    I love to try all kinds of pancake variations and need a new griddle!

  118. I took the pledge!!

  119. I believe if we had more disconnects this world would be a lot better place to exist. It is one of my favorite things to do since we stay so busy. Just my son and I at home in the evenings so a lot of the time we are at my parents and enjoy the evening with most all of my family there having supper…that would be my parents, myself and my son Jacob, my two sisters and their kiddos, my brother-n-law, and my brother…those times together are priceless! I doubt very few ppl can say they get to sit down with that many in their family almost every night! I thank God each day for that blessing! Thank you for this challenge Stacey!

  120. Kathy Stephenson says:

    I love throwing together a crustless quiche. A few eggs, some milk, onion, salt & pepper, parmesan, feta, and some veggies like asparagus or broccoli. Bake for 45 minutes at 350. While it’s baking I throw together a salad and slice a nice crusty loaf of bread. Dinner prepped in less that 15 minutes and then I just sit back and wait.

  121. Kathy Stephenson says:

    I took the pledge. My children are 20, 18, and 16 and we’ve always turned off the television during dinner time, and there’s no cell phones at the table. We never answer the house phone either…if it’s important they’ll leave a message.

  122. Debra Pettis says:

    A healthy sandwich is a great and easy dinner….

  123. Marcia S. says:

    As a kid, I always enjoyed breakfast for dinner! My favorite quick weeknight dinners are skillet chili mac, and skillet lasagna.

  124. Nancy Collins says:

    I love to do white chicken chili in the crock pot.

  125. My husband chose breakfast for his birthday dinner a little over a week ago! We love “brinner”!

  126. Marcia S. says:

    I took the pledge! My kids are grown, but 90% of our meals were at the kitchen table with no TV. We talked about what happened that day etc., sometimes dinner was the only time we had to connect with each other. I always found that it was also the best time to teach kids table manners too.

  127. We have brinner sometimes twice a week…chocolate chip pancakes are a favorite, as is French toast. We do not always have bacon or sausage, but will use some good jam with the French toast instead of syrup. If I’m feeling REALLY sinful, I’ll stuff the French toast with cream cheese. YUMMMM!!! We have always eaten supper together, and now, even though the children are gone, with families of their own, they have continued that tradition. Make a mama proud that that lesson stuck so well! :-)

  128. My favorite quick dinner is usually pasta. I like to make “instant meatballs” with turkey Italian sausage. I squeeze the sausage out of the casings, forming 3 or 4 round-ish balls from each link, then brown them in a skillet in olive oil. Add a jar of pasta sauce and bring to a simmer. Cook for 30 minutes or so, or until the sausage is cooked. Serve the “meatballs” and sauce with pasta and make a quick salad. Easy, quick, and yummy.

  129. I took the pledge. Now, if I can just get my husband to :)

  130. I put chicken breasts in the crockpot and pour a jar of salsa over them. I let them cook while I’m at work then shred them using two forks when I get home. Flour tortillas, and sour cream and you have a great chicken soft tacos! Oh and I took the pledge although truthfully, we NEVER eat in front of the tv :)

  131. Crock pot taco chicken

  132. Mary Beth says:

    A quick and tasty evening meal is to prepare a muffin mix , say banana & nut and make pancakes. Sprinkle real bacon pieces after pouring onto cooking surface. Serve with syrup of your choice and fresh fruit. Enjoy!!

  133. Mary Beth says:

    I took the pledge to Disconnect to Reconnect!!

  134. Linda C. Seal says:

    Breakfast for dinner is always great especially in the colder months. We enjoy eggs, bacon, grits and toast, substitute the grits for hash browns or sometimes it is just pancakes. Anyway you cook it breakfast is a great dinner meal.

  135. Breakfast for dinner is one of my family’s favorite meals! I often make fried egg, bacon, and cheese sandwiches when I need something fast and portable. Not the healthiest meal, but still better than fast food! I also make omelets for a fast dinner. They are cheap and easy!

  136. We took the pledge!

  137. Robert Boone says:

    Breakfast for dinner is always good. Fried taters, sausage, eggs, biscuits…..YUM…..cant beat it!

  138. Boneless skinless chicken tenderloins , spinach and kale salad w strawberries. Quick and yummy sometimes add a sweet potato .

  139. We took the pledge!

  140. Our favorite brinner is biscuits and syrup. I make home made biscuits with Martha White self rising flour and we then butter and cover them with my husband’s home made maple syrup. Usually with a side of sausage or bacon.

  141. My favorite “go to” dish is baked talapia & broccoli.

  142. My favorite, and my kids’ is chicken strips, fries, garlic bread, and white gravy!! Yum!!

  143. Took the pledge! Although we do this regularly!!

  144. One of our favorite Brinners is a big bowl of Cajun Shrimp and Cheesy Grits!
    Also took the pledge. I’d be thrilled to win the package.

  145. Margaret says:

    I want ham, redeye gravy and biscuits for my brinner. Had it last week. I so wish hubby would turn off the tv at dinner but it’s never gonna happen. At least I can talk to him during commercials, lol.

  146. My quick dinner idea is to pull chili or something else out of my freezer or, my husband’s favorite, pancakes and scrambled eggs!!

  147. I took the pledge! We always try to turn off electronics during dinner!

  148. A quick supper for me is scrambled egg and cheese sandwiches on sourdough toast….yummy and filling.

  149. Ginger Hackney says:

    A mixed green salad topped with grilled chicken and a nice scoop of ice-cream to finish works for us for a quick evening meal Let’s all get back to sitting around the table with our family without any distractions.

  150. I took the pledge!

  151. Anne from CT says:

    My favorite thing is to use the crockpot. Or a quick casserole (usually involving chicken) to put in the oven.

  152. My favorite quick and easy meal has become French dip sandwiches! Delicious and fast using deli meat!

  153. Love us some brinner in SC, and it’s a family tradition…just like reconnecting at the family dinner table. Pancakes were my Daddy’s forte and with all the fixings they make a wonderful meal no matter what time of day!

  154. My quick nutritious dinner is either grilled steak or chicken salads. Either romaine or greens mix, tomatoes, red onion, cucumbers, peppers, either pep it’s or sunflower seeds cheese and either chicken or steak. A quick meal in a bowl or on a platter!

  155. AngelaS. says:

    Sausage, grits, eggs, and biscuits, maybe hash browns. We always have dinner/supper together every night.

  156. My daughter Jaymie and I took the pledge!

  157. April V says:

    Our quick go-to dinner sometimes is bacon, egg & cheese on English muffins (with a side of grits!)

  158. April V says:

    I took the pledge.

  159. I took the pledge and hope to win the breakfast for supper treat!

  160. Jan Manning says:

    I took the pledge

  161. Jan Manning says:

    We love pancakes and bacon for breakfast.

  162. Elaine E. says:

    My favorite dinner is breakfast. My mom would make this sometimes on Friday nights before she had a chance to shop. Pancakes and sausage or eggs with biscuits. Yum!

  163. PEGGY THOMAN says:

    I always plan on leftovers when cooking. Makes nice, healthy warm-ups for hubby when I’m working.

  164. We enjoy many quick meals in our home. Spaghetti. burgers, nachos, grilled chicken, how do I narrow it down to one? Yes, we even have brinner.

  165. I took the pledge.

  166. Harriet says:

    When we were growing up and on the rare occasion Mom was unable to prepare supper, my Dad would cook. He ALWAYS made breakfast for supper. He would slice potatoes and fry them in a little oil, scramble eggs, fry bacon and make toast. It was always one of mine and my brother’s favorite meals. I realize today all that frying would not be good for you but back then (in the 60′s) we didn’t know any better. Frankly, I would eat it again today if Dad were to prepare it! He will be 85 at the end of the month!

  167. Jennifer N says:

    Tacos are always easy!

  168. Becky (central oregon) says:

    Mexican is always a goto at my house…

  169. Jennifer N says:

    I took the pledge!

  170. We love a big chopped salad with leftover chicken or beef in it

  171. Heather B says:

    My favorite quick and easy meal is cheeseburger sloppy joe casserole. My hubby and kids love it!

  172. Heather B says:

    I took the pledge!

  173. Lynette Royal says:

    Like everyone else here, my saving grace after a biusy day is a quick dinner of breakfast, everyone loves it!

  174. I took the pledge. And, I love making a large pot of soup, which provides a couple of really quick and easy meals.

  175. WildcatRick says:

    I cook extra and freeze leftovers for quick dinners later in the week or month. Chipotle chicken chili, ziti, tetrazzini, chili mac, etc.

  176. I make a pretty rockin Crock Pot Pizza! Super quick, super awesome

  177. I took the pledge!

  178. Kaye Martin says:

    My first choice is a quick spaghetti dinner, but second choice is breakfast for dinner – sausage, eggs, grits,
    And toast or biscuits!

  179. ashlee lumpkin says:

    My favorite easy choice is beef and broccolli

  180. ashlee lumpkin says:

    I pledge to disconnect

  181. Susan Jackson says:

    We love to have fried eggs, grits and sausage links for brinner!

  182. barbara n says:

    My quick and easy dinner idea is tacos! The whole family loves them, and they are easy to make

  183. barbara n says:

    I pledge to disconnect

  184. Susan Jackson says:

    I took the pledge!

  185. Suzanne says:

    I took the pledge.
    We love Easy Filled Baked Donuts.
    Need: One 8 ounce can Pillsbury Country Biscuits, 3 Tbsp. melted butter, 1/2 cup sugar, 1 Tbsp. cinnamon.
    Mix sugar & cinnamon. Dip biscuits in melted butter & then into sugar mixture. Place on baking sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 to 12 minutes. Let donuts cool. Using pastry bag fill donuts with your preferred choice of Smuckers Jam. Enjoy!

  186. I love using the crockpot then making a casserole from the leftovers the next day.

  187. Brownie says:

    I love biscuits and gravy for dinner cause I don’t eat breakfast. Also my family loves baked ziti

  188. Brownie says:

    I took the pledge!

  189. I love to make Christy Jordan’s Dirty Rice. It’s quick and easy and so good! Breakfast for dinner is good too! Peace, love and BACON GREASE!!

  190. rejina williams says:

    My favorite quick and easy go to meal is spaghetti & meat balls.

  191. rejina williams says:

    I pledged!

  192. My new favorite quick dinner is your baked spaghetti!

  193. Penny Moncrief says:

    My favorite quick meal is homemade sloppy joes.

  194. I made the pledge long ago and now renew. My favorite for supper is homemade chicken & rice soup and a pan of cornbread.

  195. Paula Houchins Rayburn says:

    I took the Pledge and my favorite is Homemade Biscuits and Gravy

  196. Pancakes or French toast, bacon and hashbrowns! Yum! All the comfort food of breakfast without getting up early.

  197. English muffin pizzas thanks for the giveaway

  198. i took the pledge

  199. Kimberly W. says:

    My favorite go to meal is always Mexican food :)

  200. Your Lasagna Casserole looks/sounds delicious. “Lazy Lasagna” is a favorite for my extended family. We usually make it with wagon-wheel pasta because the guys all prefer that for some reason. Because I live alone, it would be kinda silly for me to take the pledge, but I will say that when dining with others, I will confiscate any device that appears at the table, regardless of where I am. If it’s a “new” person in the group, I’ll give them a warning, but if it comes out again, it gets confiscated until after dinner. Surprisingly, nobody has given me a hard time about this lol. As far as quick dinners go, one that we always keep in mind is Pesto Chicken, because everyone in our family has some pesto in the freezer and usual has chicken – just slather the chicken in pesto and throw it in the oven to bake. When it’s about ready to come out, melt some cheese over the top. Can’t get much easier than that, and no time at all spent prepping. :)

  201. Kimberly W. says:

    I took the pledge!

  202. I took the Pledge!

  203. I took the Pledge

  204. Casseroles just like this one. Do a bunch of prep ahead of time and then just throw it together and into the oven.

  205. Took the pledge. Thank you!

  206. amanda allen says:

    Biscuits and gravy, sausage, fried taters and eggs. Perfect Brinner. Love your site. Keep the recipes coming.

  207. Dawn Keenan says:

    I took the pledge.

  208. Dawn Keenan says:

    Spaghetti is my go to easy meal that everyone likes.

  209. Kathy Cox says:

    My favorite easy dinner is a steak on the grill with salad and wine. Any leftover steak is sliced cold, and used on salad for lunch the next day. Really good during the hot summer !

  210. Kathy Cox says:

    I took the pledge….great idea too !

  211. Eugenia Koonce says:

    Baked chicken strips and a salad.

  212. Eugenia Koonce says:

    I took the pledge.

  213. roberta schauer says:

    My favorite is peanut butter toast and fruit.

  214. janeinbama says:

    Took the pledge – my favorite fast dinner is breakfast supper.

  215. Tacos are my go-to quick and easy dinner…Quesadillas are another fave!

  216. Winnie Mom says:

    My husband and I took the pledge. Almost any breakfast for supper is a must at least once a week for us. -makes a good brinner!!

  217. Joanne A. says:

    One of my favorite quick suppers is fried boiled potatoes with some eggs scambled in. Can add onions, peppers, bacon or bits of ham. I often have a dish of boiled potatoes in the fridge to use in this way or to fry for a side dish.

  218. Joanne A. says:

    I took the pledge. Thanks.

  219. Our version of chicken and rice is my go to meal….it’s only quick because I’ve made it so often over the last 25 yrs!!

  220. Actually, breakfast for dinner is my go-to, quick and easy dinner–French toast! With a little “facon” (fake bacon).

  221. A quick dinner for me is hamburger steak with a baked potato.

  222. Carolyn in Edmonds, WA says:

    I love to make tacos for a quick dinner.

  223. Breakfast is our quick go to dinner!

  224. Brittany Koelmel says:

    I love making meatloaf! Its super fast to make and really yummy!

  225. Brittany Koelmel says:

    Ive taken the pledge!!! :)

  226. Corrie JB says:

    I took the pledge!!

  227. Corrie JB says:

    Homemade pizzas are a favorite at our house!

  228. I took the pledge!!!!!!!

  229. Bobbie horton says:

    My favorite go to meal in baked chicken and broccoli.

  230. Bonnie Hillman says:

    It’s often too hot to run the oven where we live, so we do a skillet lasagne on the stove. I found some tiny lasagne noodles and I cook them and add cooked ground meat, onions, sauce, spinach, feta cheese, and a mixture of cheddar and mozzarella cheese. The whole family loves it.

  231. We love breakfast for dinner in our family. Your casserole looks really good, I am making it tomorrow night for dinner.

  232. IOur favorite quick and easy dinner idea actually fits with the breakfast for dinner theme. Because we have a giant bag of pancake mix, I regularly make pancakes for dinner. It is quick to prepare and the kids love them.

  233. I took the pledge for me and my wife.

  234. Chicken foil packets are quick and easy. Season chicken, chop up vegetables and combine them all with some olive oil. Cook brown rice with half chicken stock and water let the rice cook while the packets are in the oven. They are done in 20 minutes.

  235. I took the pledge

  236. My breakfast for dinner fave is a farmer’s omelet. For quick and easy I also make “jag” a Cape Verdian Portuguese rice and beans. My husband is Portuguese and taught me.

  237. Staci Tyson says:

    I took the pledge!

  238. This contest has ended! Thanks for all the entries!

  239. Carol Brady says:

    Our favorite breakfast for dinner is soft herb, scrambled eggs over sourdough toasted in olive oil, and bacon, and sauteed chopped tomatoes. So good! A griddle would make fixing this breakfast/dinner so much easier!

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