I have to admit, I’m a recipe addict. I love checking them out, collecting them, trying them. Although, I tend to collect a whole lot more than I actual make them, it’s a fun little addiction. I’m sure we’re all looking for delicious recipes at this time of the year. Recently, I tried a Creamy Turkey Casserole from BJ’s new Cooking Club that calls for ingredients that you’d typically have leftover from the holidays. I’m really impressed with how it turned out and how simple it was to make. Totally tucking this into my giant pile of recipes. It’s a keeper! This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
I could certainly use tips and how-tos in the kitchen! I love that BJ’s Wholesale Club now has a cooking club. Pretty cool. Their site offers a slew of recipes for meals and desserts on top of TONS of how-to ideas and shortcuts. Right up my ally. Want to know how to choose the right premium cut of meat or how to make holiday pancakes? (These are seriously cute by the way) They totally have you covered.
What I really loved about the delicious casserole recipe that I got from their club is that it uses up a ton of leftovers and re-creates something that tastes like the holidays with a twist! I am convinced that the secret to this amazing casserole is definitely Hellmann’s Mayonnaise. I was surprised recently to learn how moist and tender it can make poultry.
Who would have thought? For this recipe, a layer of the mayo and whole berry cranberry sauce is mixed together and spread over the turkey. Then a little more is used to mix with mashed potatoes along with some mozzarella cheese. Now, although this recipe is for 6 servings, apparently my husband thinks its more like 3. Be prepared for this to be gobbled up. You might want to make three!
CREAMY TURKEY CASSEROLE RECIPE
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