"Delightful, unusual flavor! A nice departure from casserole recipes that call for cream soups or cheese. Pretty enough for a dinner party. May use other vegetables as well." — edyegourmet
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Nice way to eat veggies w/o cheese. I used fat free mayo, panko crumbs and left off butter.. sprayed with Pam to get crunchy..
I was a bit disappointed in the lack of flavor. Seemed like the prep time wasn't worth the end result. It wasn't bad but needs something else to add to the flavor. Not something I would make again but it was a decent side for lunch and used up the veggies I needed to get rid of out of the fridge.
Made it last night and we both loved it. I used graded carrots and cooked the 2 vegetables together since I was in a hurry.
Easy recipe that can include other vegetables. I added a tomato and okra to mine. Overall a very good flavor without all the cheese that so many other recipes include.
This was a very nice way to mix some veggies up so that their tasteful. Everyone enjoyed them. I used a carrot, zucchini, and squash mixture. I was asked for the recipe which is always a good sign. I will be making it again!
This was VERY tasty, but a little too greasy for my liking. Next time around I'll try substituting the mayo with yogurt.
I really liked this recipe the carrots gave it a sweetness. I served it with rice and it went well.
Enjoyed it thoroughly.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Carrot Zucchini Casserole
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 156
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