Quick and Easy Casseroles
Casseroles are a perfect family dinner main, not to mention a great potluck offering, and these quick and easy recipes make dinner casseroles a stress-free event. No matter what you love, from chicken to vegetables, we've got the quick and easy casserole for you.See Popular Quick and Easy Casseroles Recipes
Single-serving Shepherd's Pies end dinnertime battles: no one needs to fight over the biggest portion. Pork is topped with a delicious sweet potato, carrot and parsnip blend, so we wouldn't blame you for wanting more than one, though!
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.
Purchased pesto and refrigerated alfredo sauce are the shortcut ingredients that make this tuna casserole quick to make.
Yes, casseroles can be colorful. Just take a look at this tasty Canadian bacon dish that's ideal for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Your family will love this layered pasta and zucchini main-dish recipe that can be prepared from start to finish in 30 minutes or less.
To save a dish, be sure to use an ovenproof skillet when making this 30-minute recipe. Add the pasta, sauce, and cheese to the sauteed sausage, peppers, and onions and bake in the skillet until hot and bubbly.
A blanket of gooey cheese and crispy pepperoni slices make this pasta casserole a guaranteed crowdpleaser.
To satisfy bigger appetites, serve this spicy beef skillet recipe with polenta, pasta or rice.
Try this homey casserole that features chicken, cornmeal, and vegetables prepared in less than 30 minutes.
This dumpling-topped shrimp casserole brings a taste of New Orleans to your kitchen no matter where you live.
Green chiles and brown rice add flavor kick to traditional pork and beans. If you prefer a less spicy dish, reduce the green chiles to one can.
For this 30 minute dinner, the polenta, meat sauce and cheese are layered into individual casserole dishes so each person gets their own mini lasagna.
Although one-pot meals have been around for decades, learning how to make broccoli casserole will provide you with one of the most familiar American versions to date.
Combining the hot cooked orzo with the cheese mixture helps it melt in this chicken and vegetable casserole recipe.
This chicken and leek combination accented with a delicate cream-and-wine sauce is an elegant but easy dish that's perfect for parties or special family meals.