Old Fashioned Tuna Noodle Casserole

“If you’ve lost your appetite today, I think I have it.” 😯

After scouring the internet for egg noodle recipes I came across this “Old Fashioned Tuna Noodle Casserole” recipe by SweetLittleBluebird.com.  It looked like it had all the right components for tuna casserole so I tried it out and I’m really happy with the results… soooo…  I’m swapping out my old recipe for this one instead!  It’s THAT good!



The recipe calls for onions but I only had shallots.  😛



Frozen veggies are a lifesaver!  I probably sound like a broken record but you can get a bag of them at the grocery store for a buck and they come in handy all the time!



The recipe calls for crushed potato chips layered on top but we only had Ritz crackers so I subbed that too.



It baked up wonderfully and made enough to have leftovers the next day.



Old Fashioned Tuna Noodle Casserole

You can tweak this recipe and it’ll still turn out great.  Below are the substitutions I made due to lack of ingredients, but overall I tried to follow the original recipe:

  • I used shallots instead of onions
  • I used carrots in addition to peas
  • I used crushed Ritz crackers instead of potato chips


You can find the VERY EASY recipe here:


Enjoy!  xoxo

Author: farmtotabletosoul

Hello, I'm so glad you're here! My name is Tara and I created this blog as a creative outlet for myself but also in hopes that I could inspire others like you. Please stick around and re-imagine your creative side. There's plenty of recipes and DIY ideas to check out if you're willing! _______________________________________________________________________________ About Me: I'm a 36 year old energetic wife and mother. I have a vivid imagination and bold sense of humor. I love to cook, bake and create. ☺️

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