Healthy Casserole Dishes
Mom always made great casseroles, but today's healthy versions have lightened up. Whether you're using up leftovers or cooking a dish from scratch, you'll find dozens of recipes for healthy, good-tasting casseroles here.See Popular Healthy Casserole Dishes Recipes
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One of my goals for the new year is to cook one meatless dinner per week. Recipes like Greek Quinoa with Avocados make it easy to stick to that goal. Why the push for meatless?
Yes, casseroles can be colorful. Just take a look at this tasty Canadian bacon dish that's ideal for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Can't decide between oatmeal or eggs for breakfast? This savory mash-up lets you indulge in both (plus cheese and vegetables) for less than 200 calories!
This old-fashioned beef pie is filled with beef and chopped turnip plus a healthy helping of green beans.
Save time and stress by opting for microwave-ready frozen brown rice as the base for this hearty sausage and vegetable casserole.
This classic casserole features all the breakfast favorites--hash browns, cheese, ham, and scrambled eggs.
Caramelized onions pair perfectly with sourdough bread and Muenster or Swiss cheese for this savory breakfast casserole.
Assemble this chicken and vegetable dinner recipe as individual-size dessert cobblers are assembled. Make a presentation statement by wrapping a 16x2-1/2-inch strip of parchment paper around each individual dish and tying with 100 percent cotton string before baking.
All of your breakfast staples make an appearance in this casserole: Toast, eggs and ham, plus three different kinds of cheese!
This chicken casserole takes your taste buds to the Far East with rice noodles, shrimp and a trifecta of Asian condiments: hoisin, soy and sesame oil.
Can the canned condensed soups and stir together your own creamy casserole sauce. It's easier than you might think, plus you can tailor the seasonings to your palate!
Jump-start your day with 27 grams of protein! Layer up this turkey and egg breakfast casserole the night before, then pop the pan in your oven an hour before you plan to eat.
Meat isn't the only thing you can prepare in your slow cooker. Try this cheesy tofu noodle recipe for a one-pot meal. The only other thing you'll need: a fork.
Prepare these individual make-ahead cheesy casseroles one night, then pop them in the oven the next night. They're ready in just 20 minutes.
Lean poached fish and a low-fat yogurt sauce make this a delicious pasta recipe for those who want to lighten up their meals.
Browned ground beef, canned chili, tomatoes and instant rice are transformed into an easy, cheesy family-pleasing meal.
What makes this Mexican slow cooker dinner stealthy? The tofu crumbles hiding between each layer of corn tortillas!