Awesome Comfort Meal – Ground Beef Burrito Casserole


    Now here is a fantastic comfort food. We know when you crave it you crave it! This is one of those beef casseroles that we eat year round. Lot's of cheese, refried beans, taco seasoning…yep it is quite tasty. We have even made it the night before and put it in the refrigerator (prior to baking it) when we know we will be pressed for time the next night. Then all we have to do is put it in the oven and wait!


    We enjoy eating casseroles anytime of the year. Some casseroles just seem to ‘fit in' whether it's summer or winter. This casserole is not only great tasting but it also has fat free and some healthier ingredients than other recipes.

    For The Full List Of Ingredients & The Step By Step Directions To Follow Please Head On Over To The Next Page Where We Show You How To Put Everything Together…

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    527 thoughts on “Awesome Comfort Meal – Ground Beef Burrito Casserole

      1. Hi Marie…welcome!!
        Bisquick is a pre-mixed baking mix sold by General Mills under their Betty Crocker brand, consisting of flour, shortening, salt, and baking powder (a leavening agent).

        A substitution for it would be:
        One cup of Bisquick can be substituted by a mixture of one cup of flour, 1½ teaspoons of baking powder, ½ teaspoon of salt, and 2 1/2 tablespoons of oil or melted butter (or by cutting in 2 1/2 tbsp Crisco or lard).

        Enjoy…It’s a great recipe!

    1. I have been making something similar to this for years but don’t use Bisquick. I use flour tortillas that I deep fry on both sides until they are brown and crisp. Then I drain them on paper towels and set aside. I make my taco meat (draining all liquid), then heat up a can of refried beans, adding a little water if needed so they spread easily. Then spread beans on cooked tortilla, top with grated cheese (whatever kind you like) and heat under broiler until cheese is melted (this won’t take ling so keep an eye in it). The meat and beans are already hot from cooking so it doesn’t need to cook long. After cheese had melted, I top with chopped lettuce, chopped tomatoes, onions, salsa and grated cheese. I use a pizza cutter to cut slices.

      1. Kelly, we have not tried that but it sounds good. If calories and fat content are important to you then check the difference between that as well. Let us know what you think if you try this.

    2. It’s a pretty bad statement of our society when one complains about how many times they have to tap their finger or stylus… would have passed out when you had to manually change a TV channel before remotes

    3. I use tortilla chips and then “smush” them onto the bottom a lightly oil sprayed 13 x 9 pan. Also, to cut the calories, I use fat free beans, low fat cheese and lean ground beef drained well, or turkey. I also serve with lettuce, low fat or fat free sour cream, black olives, onion, or whatever you like. This is always a hit!

    4. sorry. Didn’t finish….large jar of salsa …large jar of nacho cheese and pack of taco seasoning and drained ground beef…….pour over bag of tortilla chips in a 9 x 13 inch pan. Place shredded cheese on top. Bake until cheese is melted

    5. I made this the other night and it came out a bit dry – it was very tasty but dry. Is there a step missing? Should water be added to the ground beef/seasoning mixture? Might try that next time….admit this is a keeper

    6. The recipe is very easy to find … it’s sad when so many people refuse to look just a little bit to find them … that’s what happens with the “i want it … and i want it now generation”

    7. Why the put down of a whole generation, I am not of that generation, I get impatient trying to find some of these things too. You could have simply stated that you thought it was easy to find without the snarkiness

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