Casseroles recipes (sometimes called "hot dish" in the Midwest) are genius, since they allow you to pile delicious things together into one pan, throw it in the oven and call it dinner. There's endless variety to be had here, since you can get inspiration from just about any type of cuisine. Feeling like Mexican? Layer together flour tortillas, chicken, and cheese, then top it all with salsa. Italian casserole? That's easy - penne, mozzarella, Italian sausage, and tomato sauce give you lasagna without the hassle. Hungarian? Some ground beef, sweet paprika and diced tomatoes and you're set. Even Thanksgiving has its signature, easy-to-make green bean casserole. Because that's the best part of casseroles - all flavor, no fuss.See Popular Casseroles Recipes
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.
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.
These quick-to-prep casseroles make for easy and delicious weeknight meals. Add one to your meal plan and make the whole family happy!
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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.
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.
Is it a comforting casserole side dish or a meatless main course? You decide!
We've handpicked our best bean casseroles, tuna casseroles, sausage casseroles, and more into this delicious recipe collection.
We're in full back-to-school mode here, which always makes us think of fall (because back in the day, our school year didn't start until after Labor Day -- yet our own little ones have been catching the bus for a full two weeks already). Yes, it may still be 90 degrees where we live, but we've got our eye to the month ahead. And something about the back-to-school season makes us want to do a bit of housekeeping, so to speak -- kind of clear out the clutter while keeping an eye out for new things to try.
My fellow Thanksgiving diners, let's get real. Each holiday, we all "ooh" and "ahh" over the roast turkey and talk about how much we can't wait for the pumpkin pie, but when the eating really starts, what are we taking seconds of? The casseroles.
We'd like to offer our sincerest thanks to whoever invented casseroles. Whether inspired by creativity or necessity (or the desire to do as few dishes as possible), this enterprising cook's willingness to combine ingredients into an one-pot meal has truly been a gift to us all. We're not saying there should be a national casserole day (hey, come to think of it ...)
Whether you're planning a Cinco de Mayo party or just looking for something different for a weeknight dinner, Mexican-inspired casseroles are a perfect way to satisfy your craving for a bit of south-of-the-border spice. Casseroles are a great "make ahead" meal, and because you can adjust the portions according to the number of people you're serving, they're a great potluck dish, too. In honor of the Mexican holiday that Americans love to celebrate, we're giving you a variety of our favorite Mexican-style casseroles.
Large cubes of Italian or French bread are soaked in a cheesy custard and baked until hot and puffy for a brunch or casual supper dish.
This creamy noodle casserole features a cheesy custard spiked with lemon and rum, studded with almonds and raisins.