Savory Sweet Potato Hamburger Casserole (Paleo Style)

This  delicious dinner will quickly be at the top of your family’s favorite list!

It is definitely one of my family’s top favorites now. 🙂
I just love that it is so easy to make and highly nutritious. That’s a win ,win in my book!!  🙂

Enjoy!!

Ingredients:

1 -2 pounds organic ground beef hamburger or ground turkey (save the drippings once cooked)
1- 16 ounce bag frozen organic green beans or 2 cans organic green beans drained
1- 16 ounce bag  frozen organic Fire Roasted Sweet Potatoes or  2 cups cooked and mashed sweet potato

1-cup filtered water (See why filtered water is so important here.)
2-tablespoons Ghee (Clarified butter, usually not problematic for most people with dairy sensitivities
because the milk solids (proteins)  and lactose (milk sugar)  have been removed) or if not dairy sensitive use organic butter.
2-tablespoons arrowroot starch powder (gluten- free thickener)
1- rounded tablespoon  organic “Better Than Bouillon” roasted chicken base
2-teaspoons organic onion powder
1-teaspoon organic garlic powder or granules
1-teaspoon celtic sea salt
1/2-teaspoon organic dried basil
1/2-teaspoon  organic dried thyme
Optional:  1 can drained mushrooms

 

Instructions:

If using your own mashed sweet potatoes instead of the frozen fire roasted sweet potatoes,
start cooking and preparing those at this time.

Brown and crumble your meat on medium high heat adding only minimal water (1-2 tablespoons ) till no longer pink.
Save your drippings once done.
Next add the arrowroot,garlic and onion powder to the 1 cup filtered water.
Add an additional 1/2 cup water plus an additional 1 tablespoon arrowroot if using 2 pounds meat)
and mix well before adding into the meat mixture.
Warm once again over a medium heat and keep stirring while adding in the rest of the ingredients
all except the green beans and sweet potatoes.
At this time if using frozen green beans start steaming those.
Next add in the green beans.
Mix everything together very well.
Put meat mixture into a well oiled ( I use coconut oil) 13×9 inch glass baking dish.
Spread evenly before topping with your sweet potatoes over that.

Sprinkle sea salt over the sweet potatoes if desired.
Bake in a 375 preheated oven for about  35-45 minutes or so.

Optional:
If not dairy sensitive sprinkle 1 cup grated organic cheese over the top the last ten minutes of baking.
Once done cooking , take out and let sit 10 minutes before serving.

Serves 4-6 people.

Note:

A good almond flour dinner biscuit goes very well with this dish,Yum!! 🙂
See the recipe for the biscuits here. Once there scroll more towards the bottom of the article to find the recipe.

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