Thesa's Really Easy Tuna Cassarole Recipe

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Thesa's REALLY Easy Tuna Cassarole

Thesa Gibson


Comfort food my entire family enjoys, but quick and easy enough to throw together when I get home from work. When my daughters were growing up, I had to double if I wanted to have leftovers.

★★★★★ 1 vote
3 - 4
10 Min
30 Min


1 box
kraft velveeta shells and cheese, regular, not family sized
1 can(s)
tuna, packed in water
12 -15
ritz or townhouse crackers, crushed


1Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Start the water to boil. While the water is ramping up to a fast boil, open canned tuna and drain well.
2Cook Shells and Cheese per directions. I try to drain the pasta when still slightly firm, since the pasta will also be baked.
3Once shells are drained, return to the cooking pan.
Add the cheese packet and drained tuna, and mix well. Put mixture into an ovenproof 2 quart casserole. I think a round deep one gives better results than a shallow casserole dish, although it works in either.
4Top with crushed crackers, pop in oven and bake for 8 - 10 minutes, or until crackers have browned lightly.

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