Cheesy Crockpot Cowboy Casserole

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There were NO leftovers of this casserole…. darn-it!

Cheesy Crockpot Cowboy Casserole - Family Fresh Meals

Hold onto your hats cowboys and cowgirls! This Cheesy Crockpot Cowboy Casserole is going to blow your mind. It’s hearty, full of flavor and takes only minutes to prepare.

It’s loaded with potatoes, beef (or vegetarian soy crumbles), beans and cheese. How the heck can you go wrong?! Make sure to PIN THIS recipe for your fall menu. Your family will thank you :)

Cheesy Crockpot Cowboy Casserole

Ingredients

1/4 cup diced onion
1/2 tsp pepper
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp Mrs. Dash
1 lbs small red potatoess, sliced thin (about 4-5 small red potatoes),
1 can of cream of mushroom soup
1 lb ground beef browned and drained
1 can of diced tomatoes with liquid
1 cup canned corn, drained
1 can dark red kidney beans, drained

1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese

Directions

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1. Place  all of the ingredients except the cheese in a 4- 6 quart crockpot and stir well.

2. Cover and cook on high for 4 hours or on low for 7-8  hours. Uncover crock-pot and sprinkle shredded cheese over top and recover and let cook an additional 30 minutes.

Recipe adapted from Crock-Pot Ladies

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Cheesy Crockpot Cowboy Casserole
 
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Corey:
Serves: 4-6
Ingredients
  • ¼ cup diced onion
  • ½ tsp pepper
  • 1 tsp salt
  • ½ tsp Mrs. Dash
  • 1 lbs small red potatoess, sliced thin (about 4-5 small red potatoes),
  • 1 can of cream of mushroom soup
  • 1 lb ground beef browned and drained
  • 1 can of diced tomatoes with liquid
  • 1 cup canned corn, drained
  • 1 can dark red kidney beans, drained
  • 1 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
Instructions
  1. Place all of the ingredients except the cheese in a 4- 6 quart crockpot and stir well.
  2. Cover and cook on high for 4 hours or on low for 7-8 hours. Uncover crock-pot and sprinkle shredded cheese over top and recover and let cook an additional 30 minutes.

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Comments

  1. Nicole says

    The directions say to add everything except the cheese but I don’t see cheese listed in the ingredient list. Am I missing something? Also, we don’t have Mrs. Dash. Is there a substitute? Thanks

    • Corey says

      Sorry Nicole, the 1 cup of cheese got cut off of the recipe card. It is on there now :) Do you have any other sort of an all seasoning?

      • Katharine in Brussels says

        Hi Corey, I can’t find Mrs Dash easily out here in Belgium but I am loading up my crock pot now with a smidgen of veg bouillon but not putting in salt. Even DH, my pickiest eater, is interested in this so fingers are crossed!

  2. Laura B says

    Hey Corey…… Guess what’s cooking in my crockpot right now? One guess! Hmmm hmmm hmmmm. It already smells soooo good! Can’t wait till dinner. Just hope that my hubby doesn’t decide to put on his cowboy boots and hat! :)

  3. Bailey says

    Hi,

    How do you think this would be with Bush’s baked beans instead of kidney beans? Do you think it would give it that sweet glaze and flavor?

    Thanks, Bailey

  4. jane says

    I like this recipe a lot. I need to make a large quantity for a group. How would it work in foil pans in the oven slow cooked?

      • Katharine+in+Brussels says

        Thanks because I will add my can of condensed cream of mushroom soup now then :) My grocer sells those mega cans that are about 150% of a typical soup can, so just guessing the regular soup can size is the one you suggest. It should start getting fragrant in another hour or so, will add more then if needed.

  5. Fiona says

    I am cooking this in my crockpot right now, my husband and three boys love mince in anything – I think this may be one of their favourites! It’s quite cool here in Scotland so this will warm us up! btw I used Knorr Aromat for the spice!

  6. angie says

    Thank you so much for sharing this. I use to make something very similar to this and LOST the recipe. I can’t wait to make this for supper this week. My husband has been asking for it, only difference is we call it ship wreck stew.

      • Marie says

        Our family (from south Jersey) also makes a ship wreck stew, though it’s not that similar. But from what I’ve been told, it was the stew thrown together from what was on hand for those that were on the wrecked ship, so there are tons of variations!

  7. Koreena says

    This was just delicious! I had to use russet potatoes since that’s all I had, but no problem. It’s just my husband and I so This will be lunch tomorrow as well. Thank you for posting it and we’ll definitely be adding this to the rotation 😀

  8. Kim says

    Just made this for dinner, except I put it in the oven. Turned out super good! AND everyone, even my “I don’t like beans” daughter, LOVED it. Thanks so much!

  9. Jannelle Knapp says

    My family loved this recipe! It’s super easy too! Definitely keeping this recipe handy for the fall and winter months!

  10. Ashleigh says

    This looks delicious! Could you substitute the beans with something else, like carrots, mushrooms or onions? Perhaps later in the cooking process? Neither my boyfriend nor I like beans, but I would love to make this with more veggies!

    • Corey says

      I like all of your substitute ideas. I think they would all be fine to add at the beginning. YUM! Let me know how it turns out :)

  11. Robyn says

    i Have This In The crock Pot Right Now! I’m A Big Corn And Onion Fan So i Just Threw In The Whole Can Of Corn And A Whole Small Onion, Smells Super yummy! Every One Of Your Recipes I’ve Made Have Been Delicious, Thank You!!!

  12. Lauren says

    I made this for dinner tonight, and it was a big hit! Mine came out a little “thinner” than yours looks though, but I think that’s my fault, all I had on hand was stewed tomatoes. Still, I love the flavor they gave it over just plain tomatoes, it was slightly sweet and wonderful! Thanks again!

  13. Angela says

    Do you think I could do this as a freezer meal? Maybe just put everything (minus the cheese) in ziploc? Having a baby next month and trying to stock up the freezer with yummy & easy meals. Thanks!

    • Katharine+in+Brussels says

      Angela, this is a great idea, I will try this in another two months when the third trimester rolls around. I have read that people put in shredded cheese in a seperate ziploc, even though dairy can get grainy after freezing, but it’s going ot melt over everything and it probably won’t be noticeable. With a newborn, at least, I won’t care and the rest of the family will be happy to have a hot meal on the table. So thanks and this is going on my Google Doc baby on the way freezer meal list :)

  14. Ann says

    Your recipes always turn out delicious, but you need to do one of two things: either stop making your food look so stinkin’ pretty or come to my house and plate everything for me. 😉 You definitely have an artistic eye and a great palate! Looking forward to trying this recipe this week!

  15. Aimee says

    Do you think I can eliminate the 1 can of cream of mushroom soup? I try to avoid using processed food as much I can. What are you suggestions for alternatives please? This looks so yummy and I want to try it out! Thank you kindly and in advance :)

  16. Jessie says

    I tried this tonight and instead of using ms. dash we used a steakhouse onion burger seasoning and added a fourth of cup of green peppers. It was delicious if you have not tried this recipe you must try it. Thanks for the recipe 😀 Delicious

  17. Sky says

    Both my boyfriend and I do not like tomatoes. I can do sauces and pastes (I think (I’ve never tried!)) but I absolutely hate tomato chunks! What are your suggestions?

  18. Rachel says

    I saw this recipe today on Pinterest and had to try it. I didnt have corn so I subbed a can of green chilis. I also used pinto beans. I didnt have an onion so I chopped up some of the whites of some green onions. It looks and smells amazing. I cant wait to try it!!

  19. Jackie Welcel says

    I made this for dinner today. precooked the burger last night so it was easier to throw together in the morning. My husband got home before me so he put the cheese on and cooked a frozen load of bread to go with it. I was freezing when I walked in and it was soo nice to sit down to this warm, hearty, delicious meal! Thanks for the recipe :)

  20. Anja says

    Thanks for this awesome, delicious recipe! We loved it! Even my toddler was crazy about it. She usually doesn’t eat potatoes… Well today she did!

  21. Beth says

    I accidentally picked up Cream of Chicken and Mushroom soup instead of Cream of Mushroom soup. Do you think this will work?

  22. Tammy Croker says

    I doubled the recipe because I have 3 grown men and myself. We didn’t have much left over cause they keep going back for more. I will be making this again! Thanks Corey!

  23. G Medford says

    Hey – I seem to have trouble with potatoes cooking in my crock pot recipes. Any suggestions? This sounds great but I hate to try it if I am going to end up with uncooked potatoes.

    • Kim says

      Made it today for the second time. The first time my potatoes were not quite done. This time I sliced them VERY thinly, then also cut the slices in half (smaller bites for my kiddos), and the potatoes were perfect. I think it’s about the liquid amount and how thinly they are sliced so the liquid can touch as much surface area as possible. Oh, and I used russet potatoes and the cooker on high for four hours both times.

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