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Pulled Pork Casserole

(13 Votes)
SERVES
6
COOK TIME
25 Min

If you love the from-scratch taste of a hearty casserole but time is short, then you're gonna love our shortcut version of Pulled Pork Casserole. Let it be your little secret that you used a few convenience foods to make this one taste like you fussed.

What You'll Need:
  • 1 (24-ounce) container refrigerated mashed potatoes, warmed
  • 1 cup frozen corn, thawed
  • 1 1/2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese, divided
  • 1/4 cup sliced scallions, divided
  • 1 (18-ounce) container refrigerated BBQ pulled pork
  • 1 cup coarsely crushed potato chips
What To Do:
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Coat a 7- x 11-inch baking dish with cooking spray. 
     
  2. In a medium bowl, combine mashed potatoes, corn, 1 cup Cheddar cheese, and 2 tablespoons scallions; mix well. Spoon mixture into prepared baking dish. Evenly spoon BBQ pork over potatoes. Sprinkle with remaining cheese, scallions, and the potato chips. 
     
  3. Bake 25 to 30 minutes, or until casserole is heated and chips are golden. 
Notes

How about topping off this delicious casserole with a yummy dessert? Think they'll go for a slice of mouth-watering apple pie?!?

Ratings & Comments

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Where can I buy canned "BBQ Pulled Pork"? I live in the US and looked in 4 supermarkets couldn't find. Thanks

Hey there. Prepared shredded pulled pork is in a refrigerated container, and is found in the dairy case next to the refrigerated mashed potatoes, etc... Hope this helps!

I have made this several times. My family loves it. As in all things tweek it to your liking. We think its great just the way it is. I have to double the ingredients and make a large pan for everyone. Thanks

I think using rice instead of potato's is fine. But I don't agree with the cauilfour.

Great recipe. Can't wait to prepare this when my 3 teenage nephews visit in a couple of week. I've already gone out and bought the BBQ pulled pork. They will certainly inhale every bit! Even if I add a few more frozen veggies to the mix to make bigger servings. One thing I have done in the past, is whenever a recipe calls for refrigerated or frozen mashed potatoes, I cook up a $1 dollar package of instant potatoes instead. More a cost saver than anything else, yet the casserole turns out fine.

At this point in time, the children are grown and gone, Just me and my little Shih Tzu. Sometimes I have an "urgent" taste for just "mashed potatoes and gravy" and nothing else! I use "instant" mashed potatoes BECAUSE it is easier. Cooking "mashed" for "one" from fresh potatoes is like FORGET IT! I can cook the "instant" variety in the microwave very quickly. I also "doctor" the "instant" mashed potatoes with a little finely sliced onion, a bit of garlic or garlic salt, sometimes a tad of dill weed, AND a BIG GLOB of butter/oleo when cooked. Also have added some "bacon bits" if I have any on hand. Works for me! AND - IF - any left over - I "freeze" for future use. ALSO - IF I want some gravy AND have no "meat fixings/drippings" to use - I use instant "gravy mix"! YUPPY - I SURE DO! AGAIN - I doctor it up a bit with dry creamer if I use "country gravy" mix. Maybe some bacon bits if I have any. Maybe a just a touch of onion or garlic powder, or dill weed. I dunno - whatever falls out of the cupboard into my open hand. AND also works for me. TRY IT! You might be "pleasantly surprised!! -) Learning to "cooking only for one" takes a bit of "attitude adjustment" - HOWEVER - when ONE'S "attitude is properly adjusted" - You will be very pleasantly surprised! I EAT WHAT I WANT,! WHEN I WANT! Granny Gruntz

I made recipe as suggested. It couldn't get any easier and it was tasty. The dinner table was quiet so that's s sign that everyone enjoyed it

I'll substitute mock mashed potatoes made w/cauliflower for the mashed potatoes to lower the carbs. Yum!

very simular to a pork stew I make using leftover pork loin, gravy, diced potatoes and frozen mixed veggies. I will try this recipe, has 'comfort' written all over it!

brown rice instead of potatoes,french's onions in place of scallions and chips and you have a smaller amount of bad carbs !

I use cauliflower whipped with butter and shredded cheddar and a little sour cream, salt and pepper in place of potatoes. Just about every ingredient in this recipe is a carb nightmare though.

This would be delicious but high-carb for some of us.

Could you make it with rice instead of potatoes???

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