GBP's Cozy Casseroles Review #3 & GIVEAWAY!

Saturday, May 12, 2012
IF you are just coming in on my review of this fantastic book, you've missed Part 1 and Part 2 -- be sure to give those a look over and catch up -- these recipes are too good to miss out on!!
Gooseberry Patch's 101 Cozy Casseroles
So you know that I have THING for cauliflower -- the low-carb potato, lol. When I saw this next recipe, I KNEW I would be giving it a try. No disappointments here -- Y-U-M-M-O!!

White Cheddar-Cauliflower Casserole
Gooseberry Patch's 101 Cozy Casseroles (submitted by: Lisa Ashton, Aston, PA)

1 head cauliflower, cooked and mashed
8-oz pkg. shredded white Cheddar Cheese, divided
1/2 lb bacon, crisply cooked, crumbled and divided
1/2 c. cream cheese
2 Tbsp sour cream
salt and pepper to taste
Combine cauliflower, half the cheddar cheese and 3/4 of the bacon in a bowl. add cream cheese and sour cream; mix well. Spread mixture in a greased 8x8-inch baking pan; top with remaining cheese and bacon. Bake uncovered , at 350°F for 20 to 25 minutes, until bubbly and golden around edges. Serves 6.

GIVEAWAY - FIRST I want to say that I do these reviews and giveaways from time to time. Follow my blog and opt to have the posts delivered directly to your email IF you want to know when a giveaway is in the works. 

So, you've left a comment telling me what your favorite go-to casserole is AND you are following along on Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest. For ANOTHER bonus entry, leave me a comment here on this post telling me either your favorite Gooseberry Patch cookbook OR your favorite recipe from Gooseberry Patch. I am looking forward to reading everyone's favorites!

The prize drawing will be Wednesday May 16th and the prize is your very own copy of 101 Cozy Casseroles - even before it is released - AND a spiffy vintage-inspired Faithfulness Farm Apron AND the cutest little set of 4 individual casserole dishes so you can whip up casseroles to your hearts content :)


P.S. I just can't help myself -- I AM OUTTA CONTROL, LOL!! -- look for ONE more recipe from this book on Monday with another BONUS entry possible.



32 comments:

  1. AshTreeCottage said...:

    Wow ~ that casserole recipe looks fantastic! Can't wait to try it. My favorite Gooseberry Patch cookbook is a really old one ~ "Celebrate Winter". My current favorite casserole recipe is Country Pork Chops. I am following you now on Pinterest and twitter. I'll be buying the ingredients for this recipe today!! Have a happy Mother's Day.

    Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

  1. Kim said...:

    I really need this cookbook. My go-to casserole is so boring - beef, tomato and macaroni. Blah! Help me :)

  1. Oh, this looks wonderful! I love cauliflower. Definitely trying this one.

    My favorite GP recipe is one from a Christmas book a few years ago for gingerbread bowls. We've made them several times as teacher gifts, and they're always fun!

  1. Susan said...:

    I've got everything to make this - looks like it will be on the menu soon. My favorite GP recipe is from 101 Easy Everyday Recipes -- Company Green Beans. It's another go to recipe that uses staples I always have on hand!

  1. BumbleBeeLane said...:

    That casserole looks sooo good! My favorite Gooseberry patch book is a older one For Bees and me.Warm Blessings!~Amy

  1. Rednexx Girl said...:

    I am so not a fan of cauliflower however.....this recipe looks like it may just change my mind.

    My go-to casserole would have to be Chicken pot pie. Technically it may not be a casserole, but it sure does make everyone's tummy happy! Tator tot casserole is close second.

    I love your blog and have been a follower for sometime now. I am also connected with you via facebook & pintrest.

    ~Rednexx Girl
    (Nichole S.)
    http://sitondownandstayawhile.blogspot.com/
    http://inthekitchenwithmrsm.blogspot.com/

  1. Mrs.T said...:

    I love cauliflower, and this looks like a fantastic way to use it! Thanks for sharing.

    Most of my favorite Gooseberry Patch cookbooks are the older ones, too. I love Good For You! and get that out to browse through every spring and summer. Lots of healthy ideas in that one. Another favorite -- it was the first one I bought, but has many of my favorite recipes in it -- is Welcome Home for the Holidays. It's a very versatile cookbook since it has recipes and ideas for the harvest season all the way up through Christmas. And a sentimental favorite is Simple Joys of Christmas, because I have both a recipe and a memory in that one, and I gave copies of that book to both of my daughters and my daughter-in-law.

  1. Joan said...:

    Thanks for the review. It looks and sounds fantastic. I'll be anxious to cut some of the fats out of it and try it myself.

  1. Cindy said...:

    Love the new recipe! My favorite cookbook is the very first Old Fashioned Country Christmas. Just makes my heart sing when I open it up:-)

  1. LyndaLoo said...:

    Aunt Fran's Chicken & Rice Casserole is MY favorite go-to casserole is AND I follow you on Facebook & Pinterest!

    Lynda

  1. LyndaLoo said...:

    Gosh, which Gooseberry Cookbook.......right now I guess it's "Fresh from the Farmstand"

    Lynda

  1. Unknown said...:

    My favorite Gooseberry Patch recipe is from an older Christmas volume: Make-Ahead Dinner Rolls my go to recipe for any holiday dinner. Peggy

  1. apple blossom said...:

    I have Quick & Easy Autumn cookbook by gooseberry patch. Love it would love to win this one thanks

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

  1. Sue D said...:

    I like the Gooseberry Patch recipe for Caramel Apple Dip from 5 Ingredients or Less. So easy to make and tasty too!
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

  1. The Wotring's said...:

    My favorite recipe from Gooseberry Patch is chicken and dumplins

  1. The Wotring's said...:

    My favorite Goosberry Patch recipe is Chicken and Dumplings.

  1. Susan said...:

    One of my fav GP cookbooks is 101 Homestyle Favorites.

  1. Louise said...:

    I am going to have to buy A Gooseberry Patch Cookbook if that is where these recipes are coming from. Casserole looks very YUMMY!!!
    Where can I find a cookbook????
    Louise

  1. acorn hollow said...:

    I am ashamed to say I do not have one gooseberry patch book. I joined their blog.
    I love cauliflower and cream cheese. I will try this recipe.
    put me in for the giveaway so I can win my first book.
    Cathy

  1. ShineyAim said...:

    This looks so yummy! I'm calling Shepards pie my go to casserole. :) My boys love it.

  1. ShineyAim said...:

    I follow you on Pinterest (Aimee Wachman)

  1. ShineyAim said...:

    I follow you on twitter (@shineyaim)

  1. ShineyAim said...:

    I found you on FB! Sent you a request (Aimee Archer Wachman).

  1. ShineyAim said...:

    I don't have a Gooseberry Patch cookbook, but have tried some of the recipes online. Recently made the Coffee Creme Brownies...YUMMY!

  1. Lynda Del. said...:

    My go-to casserole is my all around favorite chicken noodle casserole and I follow you on Facebook. ID: Lynda C.
    lyndadawinda1074 at yahoo dot com

  1. I wanted to tell you, love your blog....I am using the detergent recipe...loving it...thanks...
    Nancy

  1. Patty C said...:

    My Go-to casserole is Tuna Noodle...but I could use some new ideas!

    tcrowley122 at hotmail dot com

  1. bj said...:

    Just coming by to wish you a happy Mother's Day.
    xo bj

  1. Cherise said...:

    This recipe looks yummy! I actually don't have any of their cookbooks. I would love to have this one! :)

  1. Ingrid said...:

    Happy Mothers Day to all!
    It does not say whether or not to cook the cauliflower first.........think I will lightly steam as I am cooking it right now.
    Thanks for all the yummy recipes ♥

  1. Ingrid -- thanks for catching that. You do cook and mash the cauliflower. I've added that to the recipe. ENJOY and Happy Mother's Day :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

  1. ke2alto said...:

    I love shepherds pie. Today is my birthday ... I'd REALLY like to win a birthday present! :D

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