There is something so comforting about casseroles. The taste. The ease of creating. The yummy smells as it’s baking. Also, I feel like I’m living in a different era when I throw one together. And, of course, casseroles are usually super adaptable for what you have on hand in your fridge, freezer, and pantry!
PLUS…most are freezer friendly so it’s easy to whip up a double batch to create two meals at once. Mmmmhmmm…casseroles!
Check out my 15 Best Casserole Recipes and find your favorite today!
- Honey Mustard Lentils & Rice Casserole (gluten-free, dairy free)
- Tortellini Casserole
- Mushroom Quinoa Casserole (gluten-free)
- Pumpkin Pasta Casserole
- Minestrone Casserole (pictured above)
- Pasta Alfredo Casserole (could easily add chicken!)
- Ranch Chicken & Potatoes Casserole (gluten-free)
- Chicken Enchilada Casserole (gluten-free)
- Cilantro-Lime Chicken Casserole (gluten-free, dairy free) (pictured above)
- Meat Lover’s Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole (gluten-free)
- Caramel Apple Breakfast Casserole (dairy free)
- Ham & Broccoli Egg Breakfast Casserole (one dish meal) (pictured above)
Vintage Casseroles + Side Dish
- Loaded Mashed Potatoes Casserole (fantastic Thanksgiving side dish)
- Corn & Sausage Casserole (vintage recipe)
- Shipwreck Ground Beef Casserole (vintage recipe) (pictured above)
Stable Hands Equine Massage says
Thank you for these ideas. I love doing casseroles as they are so easy. Even though we are retired, well hubby is anyway, we stay busy so these are very convenient.
Just wanted to ask. Do you lay parchment or was paper on the bottom of the dish before adding ingredients? I find when making up a dish that I will freeze I do this than when the meal has froze I just lift it out by the paper, pop it into a bag of the same size (or dbl wrap it in foil) and it takes up less room in the freezer and I have the dish/pan to use. When I want to make that meal just pop it back in the same dish, thaw it out and heat up. The parchment also helps with clean up after. Cheers Ne.