This easy breakfast casserole is perfect to meal prepping and is a total crowd pleaser. The Cornbread Breakfast Bake is loaded with meat and fresh veggies.
Loaded with crispy edges and caramelized sweet potato centers, this candied sweet potato casserole is a delicious side dish we can’t get enough of.
Whether you’re hosting a special occasion brunch or enjoying a lazy weekend in, the casserole dish is a blessing come sunrise. Each of these recipes calls for only a few simple ingredients. Just assemble, send your dish on a quick trip to the oven, and you’re in business.
A complete breakfast of eggs, ham and hash browns all in one dish. Great breakfast to start the day or cut into portions & freeze for a great grab ‘n go breakfast on busy mornings.
This One Pot Vegetarian Pasta Casserole is made entirely in one pan or skillet. It is made with lots of veggies and cheese that is baked off until golden.
Gather your casserole dishes! These convenient and delicious recipes are perfect for your Thanksgiving menu when you’re feeding a hungry crowd.
This quiche-like casserole made up of layers of green chiles and cheese is a meal even the most novice cook can put together. Easy Chile Rellenos Casserole is a comfort food dinner or breakfast everyone will love!
Ode to World Vegetarian Day! This is the easiest Roasted Tomato Vegetable Casserole you will ever make. Perfect for the occasion!
This earthy dish is loaded with unique, light flavor and comes with the comforting aromatics of a coconut curry.
Spiralized potato hash browns are tossed with delicious ingredients, including cheese and Greek yogurt, and then topped with crispy onions. Try this warm, hearty breakfast as a great way to start your day.
Crispy on top, soft and cheesy on the inside, this hasselback potato casserole is a side dish stunner.
An easy, warming dish to usher out winter in a scrumptious, cheesy fashion.
French toast can be so simple, and yet with a few special ingredients and techniques, can be brought outside the spectrum of classic.
Cajun cuisine from down South is closely related to Acadian cuisine from Acadia and uses most of the same ingredients and techniques.
From the cream sauce to the fresh green beans and right down to the homemade fried onions, this Thanksgiving staple gets a culinary update.
This version of the slow-cooked French casserole takes a little of the meat and replaces it with juicy stock enriched lentils.
This one-dish dinner gives your the flavors of Thanksgiving anytime of the year, and without all the hassle.
Christmas classics like smoked ham and baked casseroles have long been popular in Finland, but recently new culinary traditions have developed.
The penne is cooked directly in the skillet with the rest of the ingredients like risotto so the pasta soaks up all the flavors.
This spinach and cheese casserole showcases the creaminess of the Weissbier cheese while a crunchy breadcrumb topping adds texture.
Enjoy an awesome and super tasty green bean casserole recipe from Alisha Randell. Now get cooking.
Enjoy this awesome french beans casserole with poached egg recipe from Jehanne Ali.
Moussaka, the national dish of Greece is a casserole with a delicious meaty sauce, eggplant, potatoes and topped with creamy bechamel.
What it is, basically… is chunks of white meat chicken, with crushed potato chips and cheese.
Abby Himes is on a healthy recipe kick, and this chicken casserole recipe will leave you satisfied without sacrificing flavor.
A one pot wonder dish, chicken, sweet potatoes, wholesome rice, a perfect comforting dish for cold British summer nights.
This Chicken Divan is a true comfort casserole to Amber Massey, even if she updated her Mother’s recipe.
Mia Irene Kristensen with a spring recipe perfect for that first spring picnic.
K.M. Robbins always wanted to figure out a way of putting pierogies in a casserole.
This lovely recipe is one of the most understated and humble classics in Southern cuisine.
Laura Lewis serves up a decadent breakfast casserole filled with all the good stuff you need to start your weekend the right way.