Friday, September 17, 2021


Cozy Food Friday!

That means it's time to share a recipe from 
another great cozy mystery!

This week's recipe is from one of my favorite people,
Kay Garrett
My friend is always sending me links to free cozies!

Kay's recipe is perfect for the fall temps hopefully coming our way very soon! 

Here we go . . .



1 can French style green beans, drained

1 can white shoepeg corn, drained

1 can celery soup, undiluted

1 ½ cups grated Mild Cheddar

½ cup sour cream

½ cup chopped onion

1 can water chestnuts, finely chopped

1 roll or tube of Ritz crackers

1 stick of butter, melted

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Spray casserole dish with non-stick spray.  

Place drained green beans in casserole dish. 

Top with drained shoepeg corn.

In bowl mix celery soup, cheddar cheese, sour cream, onions and water chestnuts until combined.  Spoon on top of veggies in casserole dish.

Crumble crackers in bowl and drizzle with melted butter.  Stir to coat crackers.  Sprinkle over top of cheese mixture in casserole dish.

Bake in a 350 degree oven uncovered for 40 minutes.

NOTES:  This goes great for a potluck dish.  It’s great hot, warm, or room temperature.   It never seems to make it to the refrigerator as leftovers but I’m sure it would reheat nicely too.

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What do you all think? 
Can't you just smell this cooking now?

Thank you so much, Kay, for sharing your recipe with us! You'll have to send another along soon!

And that goes for all of my friends. Please, send me your recipes! I'd love to posh them here to share!

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  1. this sounds delicious! I love green bean casserole...and in corn? yes please! interesting I have always used cream of mushroom.

  2. Yum! Thanks, Lisa.
    Happy Friday!

    Pat T

  3. Thank you Lisa for showcasing my recipe today!

    This one is a big hit every time I make it. I'll be anxious to hear what others think. Hope they will give it a try, because I feel it will be added to their recipe file if they do.
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

  4. Thanks for sharing your recipe, Kay! I love the addition of the cracker crust on top - yum!