Hamburger Casserole Crock Pot Recipe – 5 Point Value


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For those days when you are craving a burger, but just can’t bring yourself to consume the massive amount of fat and calories that the average burger contains, try this tasty Hamburger Casserole Recipe for your crock pot. It’s hearty and filling and each serving has just 5 Weight Watchers Points, so you ‘ll easily be able to stay within your daily Points range. And it’s an easy dish to make for the whole family! This Weight Watchers crock pot recipe also reheats really well, so it’s great to take to work for a quick lunch, or to store in the freezer so you’ve got something on hand when you need a quick meal. Granted, it’s not quite the same as an In & Out Burger, but it’s delicious and will fill you up!

Hamburger Casserole Crock Pot Recipe

Ingredients:
16 oz. extra lean gr. beef (or turkey)
2 cups sliced raw potatoes
1 1/2 cups sliced carrots (I used frozen)
1 cup chopped celery
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 cup frozen peas –thawed
1 cup frozen whole kernel corn – thawed
1 10 oz. can healthy Request Tomato Soup
1/2 cup water
1 tsp. dried parsley flakes
1 can mushrooms
Salt and Pepper

Directions:
In large skillet brown meat, onion & celery mixture and mushrooms. In slow cooker – sprayed with a butter flavored spray (or a non-stick cooking spray), combine meat mixture, potatoes, carrots, peas, and corn. Stir in tomato soup, water, parsley flakes and salt and pepper to taste. Cover and cook on low 6 to 8 hours.

Serving = 1 cup
Each serving = 5 Weight Watchers Points

Comments

  1. Anyone know what the Points Plus value would be for this dish?

  2. Kim (zurichnee) says:

    I've made something similar in the oven many times. 7 layer dinner or shipwreck dinner – and it's always a hit. Thanks for giving me a crockpot version that will be ready when I get home from work!

  3. I made this last week to take for lunch.

    I cut back on the potatoes cause I planned to serve over rice and

    I also fixed faux mashed potatoes (cauliflower) to serve it over.

    It was sooooo good and tasted better later.

    A keeper recipe will make again.

  4. I made this with the garlic mashed potatoes, the whole family loved both! Next time I'd leave out the potatoes since I served the mashed ;) thanks for the great recipes!

  5. This recipe is good, but there is no mention of how to get a crispy crust, like I expect from a casserole. I suppose since this is a Weight Watcher's recipe it's probably not good to have butter and Ritz crackers as a topping, but they work great!

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