When you volunteer to bring a side dish, opt for a vegetable casserole. Potluck guests will be eager to try these simple recipes for vegetable casseroles, including bacon and green bean, roasted vegetable, and creamed asparagus.
This easy, hearty side dish recipe goes well with beef or chicken.
Casseroles are an obvious cold-weather staple and for good reason. Try this comforting soup that features asparagus, rice, ham, and cheese, and a crunchy panko topping.
With a slimmed-down white sauce, this creamy green bean casserole side dish recipe is low in fat and sodium.
The Parmesan topping on this side dish offers the perfect crunchy, cheesy partner for the layered parsnips and celery root.
Dijon mustard slips tangy flavor into this side dish corn casserole recipe.
Besides zucchini, this vegetable casserole uses other garden surplus--corn, peppers, and tomatoes.
This soft, cheesy corn casserole recipe is an ideal side dish to serve with grilled meats or poultry.
Bacon and bread crumbs add texture to this cheesy broccoli casserole. Turn this into a make-ahead dish by following the prep steps, then chill it for up to 24 hours before baking.
The bread crumbs and cheese make a crunchy topping on this easy corn casserole.
The colorful duo of frozen corn and broccoli makes an easy-to-prepare casserole.
This rich tasting vegetable casserole recipe is made with half-and-half and creme fraiche.
A bread crumb mixture tops this creamy vegetable casserole. This side-dish recipe can be made for a special occasion or for any weeknight meal.
This healthy, yet comforting casserole features greens and squash alongside the pasta and cheese. Try baby kale or Swiss chard in place of spinach to vary the recipe slightly.
For this outstanding side-dish casserole, layer sauteed zucchini with tomatoes and three types of cheese.
This easy casserole is hiding three kinds of cheese under the vegetables! Eat as a light meal on its own or pair with a piece of grilled chicken, salmon or steak.
The nutrient-rich combination of pumpkin and walnuts give this comfort food classic a boost in both flavor and texture. Nutty Fontina and sharp Parmesan cheese supply all the creamy decadence you crave. When boiling pasta for baked dishes, review the time range provided in the package instructions and boil for the minimum time -- pasta will continue to soften in the oven.
Served alongside a turkey or ham, or as a main dish on any weeknight when comforting whole grain fare is in order, this dressing recipe has got it all.