Quick to make, full for flavor, and great for a side or main dish this gruyere and brussels sprouts gratin is baked in a delightfully cheesy sauce that everyone will love.
The mix of red, white, and sweet potatoes with onions and fennel and a mix of cheeses make for a nutty, rich, and herbal side dish with garlic that is fit for any winter meal.
Rethink the classic potato chicken gratin to include even more vegetables. It’s hearty and delicious with cheese, potatoes, and crispy-skinned chicken. What could be better?
Italian Béchamel Potato Gratin combines French and Italian flavors into one delicious, easy to make and comforting potato dish.
This is the dish to take to the next backyard party. Made with sweet summer corn, spinach, provolone and spices, it’s the perfect way to honor the golden ear of the season.
A hearty winter dish loaded with nutrients, this gratin make a warm pan of kale, apples, and the versatile potato.
An easy flavorful side dish, this brussels sprout gratin is topped with smoked cheddar cheese and loaded with filling quinoa.
A take on the French gratin dauphinois, this dish is made with thinly sliced pumpkin and potatoes with a rich béchamel and thyme for a comforting fall bite.
Forget mushy brussels sprouts and add this cheesy, crispy, béchamel laden vegetable side dish to your holiday spread.
A cozy food to keep you warm with plenty of cream to bring on a satisfying winter hibernation.
Forget the skillet and use a crusty bread to serve your gratin. Warmed with bacon and cheddar this is a comfort sandwich fit for a lazy weekend.
Sweet potatoes, roasted and slightly caramelized, then tossed in crushed red chili, sliced onions, green pepper, Parmesan cheese and panch foron.
This cheesy, savory gratin makes a great vegetarian main, or you could save the recipe to serve as a luxurious holiday side dish.
Layers of butternut squash, tart green apple and savory onion are punctuated by tiers of gooey cheese in these mini gratins that would be perfect at a dinner party.
This one-dish dinner gives your the flavors of Thanksgiving anytime of the year, and without all the hassle.
This gratin is a great side dish to any protein for dinner and the leftovers can be eaten cold for lunch the next day.
This is quick and warming and perfectly suited to those days that require nothing less than a comforting meal.
This bechamelle is absolutely butter free and you can use it as a regular white sauce without worrying too much about fats and calories.
For all you root eaters out there, enjoy this awesome parsnip gratin recipe.
Cold spell comfort food is mashed potatoes mixed with winter greens, garlic, roasted shallots, and sharp cheese.
This is crowd-pleasing, vegetarian friendly, and can be made ahead – a holiday trifecta.
This gratin is super comforting, and warms you from the inside out. Just like any good winter food should.
The slightly sweet crunch of the spaghetti squash pairs perfectly with savory Italian sausage and earthy kale.
This healthy rendition of a gratin, is devoid of cream or butter, solely featuring the veggies with a small amount of cheese.
This lovely Swedish Christmas dish is essentially a potato gratin, topped with crispy breadcrumbs, soft on the inside and spiced up with small pickled sprats.
Even in the heat of summer, Phil Stocker is in need of good, hearty comfort food.