Budget-Friendly Great Depression Casserole


Budget-Friendly Great Depression Casserole

Budget-Friendly Great Depression Casserole
Budget-Friendly Great Depression Casserole
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Budget-Friendly Great Depression Casserole may not be the prettiest casserole, but it is a delicious recipe that can serve twelve people! Pork and beans, bologna, and bacon make this a flavorful casserole that is sure to be a hit with anyone who tries it. Bologna was a popular meat during the Great Depression because it was affordable and added great flavor to many different types of recipes. If you would like to try a true vintage recipe, look no further than this Budget-Friendly Great Depression Casserole. This old-fashioned recipe is definitely worth a try.

Yields12 servings

Cooking Time20 min

Cooking Vessel Size3-quart baking dish

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Simple recipes are sometimes the absolute best. My wife loves pork and beans as well as bologna, so I can see this getting a tryout at our house. Not a huge fan of either, myself, so I'd like to try substituting an extra can of chili for the pork and beans and replacing the bologna with some other leftover meat, like chicken, for instance.

Depression recipes are always helpful today. This is no exception although I am not a fan of bologna. I will substitute another thin sliced meat. I like the addition of the two different flavored beans. It will add a nice touch. And cheese on anything is a plus. Thank you.


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