Delicious Dish Tuesday – Homemade Hamburger Helper

Happy Tuesday and thanks for coming back to join us for another week filled with delicious recipes!

As my due date draws near I have been making extras of our favorite meals to have on hand in the freezer so that dinner won’t be a hassle those first few weeks.  One of my husband’s newly found favorite meals is my Homemade Hamburger Helper.  I can’t believe it took me 10 years to come up with something that he liked better than the nasty boxed stuff that was also fairly easy to make and budget conscious.  It also freezes great!

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Heidi from Crock Pot Ladies shared her recipe for Crockpot Cowboy Casserole last week and it seems like another simple recipe that my husband would be head over heels for!  Potatoes and beef are never wrong in his book.

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Johanna of Mama Chocolate
Alesha of Full Time Mama and
me, Amanda of Coping with Frugality

About Amanda

Amanda Larson is a mother, wife, lawyer and aspiring cook. She truly believes that you can live green and eat well while sticking to a budget. Through her posts she shares her tips on how she does it!


  1. That looks yummy I love making Homemade Hamburger Helper and Tuna Helper

  2. Oh I had completely forgotten about hamburger helper. While I am not a fan of the boxed food, I could totally see myself making something like this from scratch for my family to enjoy!

  3. I’m also not a fan of boxed meals, but we totally make homemade hamburger helper.. delish! This looks really good.

  4. Hi Amanda,
    I remembered to come back and link my delicious 3 ingredient dish! I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

  5. I make a version of this myself. We call it ‘goulash’. Hamburger, noodles, cheese, and usually a veggie, either carrots or peas most of the time. It’s a quick and easy meal. Sometimes I do the hamburger and noodles with a can of ‘sloppy joe’ mix, or barbecue sauce.


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