Easy Squash Casserole

Jeanetta Glendenning


When my children were younger I was trying to figure out a creative way for them to enjoy squash. So my neighbor gave me this squash casserole recipe that she said was the only way her children would eat squash. I made it once and it was a hit.
I have since perfected it a bit and now, my grown children always ask for it at the holidays.


★★★★★ 5 votes

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  • 2 pkg
    frozen squash
  • 1 medium
  • 1/2 stick
  • 1 16 oz
    sour cream
  • 1
    egg slightly beaten
  • 1 medium
    bag mild cheddar cheese
  • 2 pinch
  • 1 c
    panco bread crumbs

How to Make Easy Squash Casserole


  1. Boil squash until tender. Drain and mash with potato masher. Salt (or salt to taste) Set aside.
    In small pan, saute butter (can use less butter if desired) and onions until the onions are transparent. Then add to squash.
    Add egg, sour cream, and cheese to squash and mix.
    Pour squash mixture into 13x9 casserole dish.
    Bake at 350 for 1 hour or until bubbly and pulled away from the sides.
    Last 5 minutes add panco crumbs and cook on top.

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About Easy Squash Casserole

Course/Dish: Vegetables, Side Casseroles
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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