Top Rated Casserole Recipes

Hot Sausage Casserole
This well-seasoned casserole is loaded with hearty ingredients. The hot sausage ups the heat in this flavorful dish with a nice kick. Courtesy of Campbell Soup Company
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4.5
Turkey noodle casserole
For anyone not up for a tuna noodle casserole, try this turkey alternative. Courtesy of Campbell Soup Company
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4.5
double-decker cheeseburger casserole
This hearty recipe is from “The Great American Slow Cooker Book” by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough. It has all the meat, cheese and pasta a college kid, or college kid at heart, could ever wish for.This recipe by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarborough appeared in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
Cheesy Mashed Potato Casserole
When you're in the mood for a comfort dish, nothing is better than cheesy potatoes. This casserole is cheesy to the max and topped with crunchy Panko crumbs.Courtesy of Michigan Potatoes
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4.5
Hearty Spaghetti Casserole
This inexpensive and hearty casserole is made rich and zesty by tomato soup, cream of mushroom soup, green pepper and cheese. It is a cinch to put together and will work with just about any type of pasta. Serve this comforting baked noodle dish with garlic bread and a green salad, and you're sure to please both kids and grown-ups alike.This recipe is from "A Campbell Cookbook, Cooking with Soup" (Campbell Soup Co., 1982), and was originally published in The Baltimore Sun.
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4.5
Cheesy Broccoli and Rice Casserole
On a dreary day, comforting classics are the way to go. This broccoli casserole can be stored in the fridge for days of leftovers — if everyone doesn’t devour it the minute it comes out of the oven.
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4.4
Not only is this hash brown casserole great at brunch, it’s also perfect for a burger bash. It’s baked to gooey perfection, and it doesn't require you to stand over a hot frying pan. In fact, you can prepare it the night before your gathering and place it in your fridge overnight. Before your guests arrive, pull out the casserole and let it come to room temperature. Once it’s not cold to the touch, place it in the oven, bake, serve, and enjoy.
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A holiday favorite tastes even better when you use savory Portobello mushroom soup. It adds fantastic flavor to this crunchy, creamy, and delicious side! This recipe comes from Campbell’s Kitchen.Click Here to See More Casserole Recipes
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3.666665
Tuna Noodle Casserole
This is my absolute, without a doubt, favorite food of all time. My mother made it for me on a weekly basis growing up and I have continued to make it for myself as often as possible since leaving her loving nest. It's comfort food at its most comforting and I love it. I adapted my mother's recipe to make it a lactose-free experience, without sacrificing any taste! Click here to see Casserole Recipe Redux
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3.666665
Mushroom and Red Rice Casserole
This casserole gets its satisfying flavor and texture from a hearty medley of red, brown and wild rices and the savory power of both fresh cremini and dried porcini mushrooms.Recipe courtesy of Blue Apron
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3.333335
Chef Fabio Viviani uses bagels as breadcrumbs in this egg casserole, creating a richer and more indulgent dish to enjoy. 
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3.166665
Vegan Chili and Cornbread Casserole
In the never-ending effort to create good, hearty comfort foods that are vegan, I thought I would combine two of the heartland's most prized recipes: chili and cornbread. I know this sounds entirely not-vegan by nature, but with the help of a standout meat substitute (soy chorizo) and by keeping the cornbread old-fashioned (sans eggs), what we have is a devilish casserole with the capability of making you a local celebrity. Click here to see Casserole Recipe Redux
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