Chicken Pot Pie Casserole from 8 Delicious Casseroles for Fall (Slideshow)

8 Delicious Casseroles for Fall (Slideshow)

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If you’re short on time these casseroles will have dinner on the table with little to no work

Chicken Pot Pie Casserole

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You can’t talk about warm, oven-baked chicken dishes without talking about Chicken Pot Pie. This classic casserole requires you to make a creamy sauce from scratch but you make up the time later by using a premade pie crust.
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Potato Bacon Casserole

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Whether you’re planning brunch or are in search of a starchy side dish for dinner, this super easy casserole made with frozen shredded hash browns is a must-try. It calls for eight strips of cooked, crumbled bacon, but if you don’t have any on hand, you can substitute cooked sausage or ham.
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Nacho Chicken Casserole

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This is truly one of the easiest casseroles you can make; after combining lots of flavorful Tex-Mex ingredients like tortilla chips, green chili peppers, and sour cream, top the casserole with shredded cheese and bake until bubbly and delicious.
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Campbell’s Gumbo Casserole

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Go to your cupboard. Push the boxes of pasta to the left and the snack boxes to the right. Buried behind the clutter of your cabinets, we can guarantee you have at least one can of soup. Why not use it to make shrimp gumbo? This recipe calls for condensed gumbo soup but you could easily substitute tomato instead.
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Bourbon Sweet Potato Casserole

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We can’t decide if this creamy casserole should be a side dish or a dessert; it’s that sweet and delicious. With brown sugar, maple extract, a healthy pour of Jack Daniels, and a crispy pecan crust, we’ll happily eat this casserole for dinner and dessert!
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Chicken in Marsala Cream Sauce

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The beauty of casseroles is their ability to elevate ingredients that aren’t as delicious on a stand-alone basis. In this case, leftover chicken, extra mushrooms, and plain rice from the pantry are combined to make a creamy, wine-infused dinner.
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Spanish-Inspired Wild Rice, Chicken, and Chorizo Casserole

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Here’s a fun fact: wild rice isn’t actual rice; it’s a grass. If you’re new to wild rice, try it in this dish. It’s a spin on a Spanish classic and has all the flavors you’d expect in arroz con pollo; onion, paprika, and saffron.
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Shiitake Mushroom and Yukon Gold Potato Gratins with Fresh Herbs

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The beauty of a potato gratin is that the edges of the dish get crisp and browned but the inside is soft and creamy. We love this recipe because it makes individually sized servings, so everybody gets to enjoy both. 
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