Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes and Broccoli
This cheesy scalloped potatoes and broccoli with cream of mushroom soup makes the perfect side dish recipe any time of year. With butter, cheddar cheese and lots of broccoli in a creamy mushroom sauce, this is a side dish recipe the whole family will love. This is one easy way to make the kids eat their vegetables. This cheesy scalloped potatoes recipe idea is easy to prepare; you just want to make sure you set aside enough time as it takes about one hour and fifteen minutes to bake. This baked scalloped potatoes with cheese recipe is the perfect addition to any dinner table.
The broccoli in this baked scalloped potatoes with cheese recipe gives the dish lots of color and extra nutrition. Broccoli is a great addition to any recipe idea from appetizers to salads, side dishes, and main dishes. Anytime you add broccoli to a recipe you know that you are getting all sorts of nutritional content that broccoli offers. Broccoli can make any recipe idea healthier and more delicious. Broccoli is considered a superfood that should be added into the diet on a regular basis. Superfoods are vegetables and fruits that are high in vitamins and minerals, and ingredients that you want to be added to your diet on a regular basis. The nutritional content of broccoli is good and whenever you add it into your day you are eating healthy. Broccoli is in the cabbage family of vegetables. Surprisingly when cooked right broccoli in is popular with kids, and that's a good thing because you want to add it into their diet on a regular basis. Maybe its because broccoli resembles tiny trees in its appearance. It also depends on how you cook broccoli if people enjoy it or not. A good way to cook broccoli is in a skillet with some olive oil and saute it until it becomes a nice golden brown, you can add some tamari to the recipe for some added flavor.
Nutrition Facts for: Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes and Broccoli with Cream of Mushroom Soup from Brooklyn Farmgirl
Ingredients: Milk, cream of mushroom soup, potatoes, butter, cheddar cheese, broccoli, salt, pepper.
* The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
* Per Serving:Calories 532, Calories from Fat 232, Total Fat 25.8g 40%, Saturated Fat 12.3g 61%, Cholesterol 47mg 16%, Sodium 1606mg 67%, Potassium 1462mg 42%, Carbohydrates 60.8g 20%, Dietary Fiber 8.2g 33%, Sugars 8.0g, Protein 16.9g, Vitamin A 17%, Vitamin C 167%, Calcium 31%, Iron 22%
The nutritional content of broccoli provides a great source of dietary fiber, and vitamin C. Broccoli is a vegetable that you want to eat on a regular basis as the nutritional content of broccoli contains several nutrients that have strong anti-cancer properties. It is good to remember that when you boil broccoli, it will reduce the levels of anti-carcinogenic compounds, so you want to steam it or eat it raw as much as possible. You can also prepare broccoli in simple, healthy recipes, steaming broccoli and stir-frying are good suggestions, as they have no significant effect on the nutritional facts of broccoli. Thank you to Pamela for sharing this cheesy scalloped potatoes and broccoli with cream of mushroom soup recipe on the "Brooklyn Farm Girl" site. On this recipe site, you will find all sorts of vegetarian recipes from broccoli ideas, cauliflower, kale, basil and more. You will also find lots of information on gardening from start to finish along with urban gardening, life, fun cat stuff, and so much more. **
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