If you’re looking for some hearty, cheesy comfort food for dinner, then look no further than a classic casserole. From a smattering of chili cheese tater tots to Instant Pot French toast, we’ve put together a list of the best casserole recipes to make when you’re stuck at home.
This eggs benedict casserole recipe is a mashup of the most iconic breakfast foods in America. The mix of eggs, bacon and hollandaise sauce is a great way to start your morning off with a comforting meal.
This biscuits and gravy casserole is inspired by one of the dishes Southerners always keep on their breakfast table. The combo of sausage, flaky buttermilk biscuits and cheddar cheese all smothered in gravy can do no wrong.
This casserole mashup of hearty chili, cheese and tater tots takes less than one hour to make and will satisfy the whole family.
If you’re looking to get creative for dinner this week, then you have to try out this king ranch chicken casserole, one of the best recipes from Texas.
Loaded with sweet potatoes, bacon, bell peppers and more, this Instant Pot bacon casserole will jump-start your day with good, wholesome eats that will remind you of grandma’s cooking.
If you’ve been scouring the internet for the perfect sweet breakfast to go with your scrambled eggs, then this recipe for overnight French toast casserole is the one for you. Pieces of bread soak up the egg mixture to make a fluffy and delicious dish that’s ready to eat come morning.
Why do vegetables taste so much better in a casserole? We know why: cheese and tater tots. This recipe for cheesy broccoli tater-topped casserole is so hearty it’s sure to put you in a brief food coma after having dinner. Pro tip: use frozen vegetables to expedite the cooking process.
If you’re looking for some ways to use up leftovers like rice and chicken, try making this Mexican chicken rice casserole. It’s a hearty dish packed with protein and veggies. Top it with some crispy tortilla strips and, bam, you’re ready to dig in.
Looking for a way to trick your kids into eating veggies? This classic vegetable cheese casserole just might do it. The blend of canned peas, cream of mushroom soup, cheddar cheese and biscuit mix makes for a tasty and quick dinner dish you can make out of cans.
Just like green beans, broccoli gets a makeover with this scrumptious casserole recipe that combines vegetables with heaps of melted cheese and cream of mushroom soup. The recipe also calls for two cups of cooked rice but, be careful, because rice is one of those foods you’ve likely been cooking wrong this entire time.
This maple glazed French toast casserole kicks your favorite childhood breakfast up a notch. It’s topped with a flavor-packed glaze that is sure to get your morning going with a comforting start.
This no-frills comforting California casserole is sure to take you right back to all of those home-cooked meals with your parents. The blend of veal, cream of chicken soup and homemade dumplings makes for a wholesome dish served with a side of nostalgia.
Crispy golden potatoes, dijon mustard, chicken stock, perfectly cooked bacon … do we have your attention yet? This insane bacon Gruyere mashed potato casserole is the kind of dish one can only dream of, and now it’s a reality with this amazing recipe.
Topped with biscuits, bell peppers and onions, this hearty hungry boys’ casserole is one that the whole family can enjoy. If you are using leftover beef though, make sure you look at our guide for how long meat and other foods last in the fridge and freezer.
This overnight lemon blueberry muffin casserole is an easy dish to make for either breakfast or dessert. But if you want to challenge your baking skills a little while at home, try these difficult but impressive dessert recipes.
If you’re a French toast fanatic looking to shake things up a little, give this cinnamon raisin French toast casserole a go. The blend of custard, maple syrup and brown sugar is one of the best Instant Pot breakfasts.
Make dinner feel like a real restaurant experience by putting this creamy green bean and tofu casserole on the menu. The comforting and filling dinner is packed with green beans, homemade cream sauce, cremini mushrooms and fried onions.
This recipe turns the popular retro dish sloppy Joes into something new and exciting. The center of the dish features flavorful sloppy Joe meat, corn and green bell peppers. A ring of perfectly cooked buttermilk biscuits surrounds the meat.
This slow cooker banana French toast recipe calls for milk, eggs, brown sugar, vanilla extract and overripe bananas. But if you happen to be out of one or more of those ingredients, here are some cooking and baking substitutes everyone should know.
If you’ve been searching high and low for a cornbread recipe, then look no further because this Mexican cornbread casserole recipe tops them all. The cornbread is loaded with beef, tomatoes and cheese, making for a satisfying meal.
Looking for ways to mix up your weekly dinner rotation? This fusilli broccoli casserole dish is the perfect addition. And, before making your fusilli, here are some pointers for making the best pasta ever.
With its cinnamon raisin bread and maple sausage patties, this cinnamon French toast casserole recipe is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth. Pair it with one of these homemade coffee recipes to ensure the best morning meal ever.
What’s more comforting than taco meat mixed with crispy tater tots and cheese? Next time you head to the grocery store, pick up ingredients for this insanely hearty dish, which is sure to become a household classic for you and the family.
The ideal dinner is one that’s easy to make and tasty. And what’s easier than leftovers? This Buffalo chicken casserole recipe is a fun way to use leftover chicken.
This mushroom and red rice casserole dish is packed with mushrooms, kale, eggs and carrots all splayed over a bed of perfectly cooked rice. But if this amazing veggie medley isn’t your thing, try these simple weeknight dinner recipes the whole family will love.
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