or something like that. I've done this a couple of times lately and I love it. Low sodium also. Meat is optional. Also mushrooms would be an optional ingredient. I got the idea out of the blue one evening, just had a whim. I love fresh or frozen vegetables and just had this idea for "something different". Tonight for instance, this is my casserole, in a 9" X 12" Pyrex dish. 3 sausage patties, browned and diced. Chopped onion. Diced green bell pepper. Frozen California Blend Vegetables. (cauliflower, broccoli, and carrots. Available at Walmart in a 5# bag for $6 or $7, things keep going up!) Frozen peas. Shredded mozzarella and cheddar cheese. (again, maybe you would prefer a different cheese blend) Grease a glass baking dish with oil of your choice (liquid Crisco for me). Stir all ingredients in the dish together, top with a bit more cheese. Bake at 350 for about an hour. Baking times may vary depending on the size of the batch you're making. Mine tonight is a large one, so may take longer. Start checking in 45 minutes or so to be sure. I can smell it cooking already, especially the onion. May have overdone it a bit there, lol. You could use any combination of veggies I think, whatever your preference is. I've done it with french cut green beans, corn....... anything would work. But I use California Blend as my base ingredient. It gives texture and I love cauliflower and broccoli. Depends on what you have in your freezer/pantry. As noted, meat and mushrooms would be optional..... any of it is optional. And I'll have lots of leftovers for the next week, healthy leftovers. Create! Bon Appetit!