When the guests arrive at breakfast or brunch, you'll be so glad you've got breakfast casseroles premade and heating in the oven. Pick your favorite casseroles and start planning -- some even freeze for spontaneous potluck breakfast or brunch invitations!See Popular Casseroles Recipes
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Wake up your next brunch with a healthy twist on traditional Sausage and Cheese Grits, using low-fat cheese and a fat-free egg product--plus a splash of hot sauce if you dare.
Try one of these ten delicious chicken casseroles for a one-dish dinner sure to please the whole family.
Try this ham and cheese casserole recipe from Betty Crocker.
Not just for breakfast! This flavor-packed dish is just right for any meal of the day.
Need a simple and delicious breakfast dish to serve overnight guests? Try this easy to make casserole - you can put it together the night before and just pop it in the oven about 45 minutes before you're ready to serve.
Casseroles need not be calorie bombs. Feel zero guilt when you serve yourself a healthy-sized scoop from these 10 less-than-300-calorie dinners or sides.
These quick-to-prep casseroles make for easy and delicious weeknight meals. Add one to your meal plan and make the whole family happy!
Broccoli IS delicious. If you disagree, then you are not making broccoli the right way Cauliflower IS delicious. If you disagree, then you are not making broccoli the right way.
Every home cook knows it's wise to have a pound of ground beef at the ready. As a dinner ingredient, it's endlessly versatile--great for quick burgers, as the base for chili, or (drum roll, please) in a casserole. Yes, we love our ground-beef casseroles, and for good reason.
At the end of a long day, nothing can seem more overwhelming than figuring out a healthy meal for you and your family. Portions, calories, sodium, fat, food groups: with all of these factors to consider, it sometimes seems like dinnertime requires a PhD in nutrition. Luckily, we've got a much more realistic solution.
There's nothing worse than running out of turkey at the big Thanksgiving meal, which is why most of us are left with a few pounds of roasted bird come Black Friday. This year, instead of defaulting to sandwiches or soup, get creative with your stash. Turkey leftovers are a perfect addition to pot pie and casseroles, and you've already got a leg up on the recipes, since your turkey is roasted and ready to go.
Oats and fruit make for a high fiber, filling breakfast casserole.
A hearty brunch dish that is lightening fast to make!
This classic casserole features all the breakfast favorites--hash browns, cheese, ham, and scrambled eggs.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... Golden corn muffin mix tops a Southern greens-and-corn egg bake.