Italian Casserole w/ Grass Finished Beef - Whole30 Approved

Italian Casserole w/ Grass Finished Beef - Whole30 Approved

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Oven Ready



(Oven Ready - Serves 3) Here is a meal with all your favorite Italian ingredients without the pasta.  Layers of Portobella Mushrooms between a rich meat sauce made with a mixture of grass finished ground beef & local pasture raised pork and lots of vegetables.  Then topped with a creamy béchamel sauce.  All Paleo ingredients of course!  Enjoy!


HEATING INSTRUCTIONS: Bake at 350, uncovered, for 45 minutes.  Serve with Kale Salad.


NUTRITIONAL INFO: Servings: 3 | Gluten Free: Yes

Calories: 707.5

Total Carbohydrate: g 26.8 | Dietary Fiber: g 5.3 | Sugars: g 8.9

Protein: 29.5

Total Fat: g 53.4 | Saturated Fat: g 32.2 | Polyunsaturated Fat: g 1.8 | Monounsaturated Fat: g 11.1

Cholesterol: mg 92.2

Sodium: mg 1867.2

Potassium: mg 1186.3



Sweet Potatoes

Organic Coconut Oil

Organic Coconut Milk



Organic Celery

Organic Carrots

Organic Onions

Ground Beef - Grass Finished

Local Pastured Raised Ground Pork

Organic Minced Garlic

Crushed Tomatoes

Tomato Paste



Black Pepper

Sliced Mushrooms

7 Reviews

  • 5
    New favorite

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Feb 2019

    Great flavor and incredibly filling. We fought over the leftovers!

  • 5

    Posted by Vivien on 22nd Jan 2019

    Really enjoyed this dish, very flavorful and with the garlic rosemary potatoes it was a great meal.

  • 4
    Love the meat, too much sweet potato

    Posted by Jennifer Phillips on 8th Jan 2019

    I really liked the flavor of the meat, but sweet potato was over whelming--how about eggplant, please!

  • 3
    too much seasoning

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Aug 2016

    Very flavorful but too much mushrooms and seasoning

  • 4

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jun 2016

    this seems more like a sauce than a casserole so we put it over vegetables

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Dec 2015

    This is one of our favorites

  • 4
    Very good

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Sep 2015

    My entire family liked this. I'd make the "non-paleo" family members some pasta to go with it. I ate it with a salad. Yum.