Thanksgiving Casserole

Around this time of year I start craving that upcoming Thanksgiving feast.  To satisfy my cravings, I will often prepare a casserole like this one, that has all those thanksgiving flavors I know and love.  The best part is, it is super easy to prepare.  This recipe can also be used after Thanksgiving, to help use up all those leftovers.
butter flavored non stick spray
5 slices of sandwich bread
1 (14.5 oz ) can of turkey gravy
3.3 oz of dry Betty Crocker Homestyle Creamy Butter Instant Mashed Potatoes
1 3/4 cups warm water (for potatoes)
16 thin slices of deli turkey or leftover turkey
6 oz dry Turkey stuffing Mix
1 (10 3/4 oz)  can of condensed cream of mushroom soup heart healthy or reduced sodium
To prepare:
First preheat your oven to 350 F degrees. Spray your baking dish with non stick butter flavored spray. Tear bread apart by hand and place in the bottom of your baking dish.  Top bread with half of your gravy. Mix in a separate bowl your instant mashed potatoes and warm water.  Spread potatoes on top of bread and gravy. Top potatoes with your sliced turkey. Then top turkey with your dry stuffing mix (do not add water). Now pour the rest of your gravy and your soup on top of stuffing.  Bake for 25 minutes, or until all is hot and bubbly, and stuffing is crispy on top.
Happy Early Thanksgiving 😉

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