Easy Casseroles That Are Perfect for Thanksgiving Dinner

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Make hosting Thanksgiving dinner a breeze by making with these delicious casseroles

Maine Lobster Mac and Cheese

There are few things more decedent than lobster. If you plan to indulge during the holidays, you have to try this lobster macaroni and cheese recipe. Top it with panko bread crumbs and melted butter, then place the casserole under the broiler for a few minutes for added crunch.
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Crunchy Layered Potato Casserole

If you love casseroles with amazingly crunchy bread crumb toppings, this is your new go-to recipe. Whether you’re looking for a new way to serve mashed potatoes at Thanksgiving dinner or a way to use up your leftovers, Danielle of So Good Blog says “mashed potatoes never had it so good,” and we agree. 
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Sausage, Chicken, and White Bean Gratin

The celebrated cassoulet of France inspired this stick-to-your-ribs dish, which uses chicken breast instead of the traditional duck or goose. Our big batch of this recipe from the One Pot cookbook is great for Thanksgiving dinner.
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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. The killer combination of brown sugar, maple extract, a healthy pour of Jack Daniels, and a crispy pecan crust means we’d happily eat this casserole for dinner and dessert!
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Green Bean Casserole

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You can’t have Thanksgiving without green bean casserole. This tried-and-true recipe is quick and easy to make; it uses four ingredients and comes together in about a half an hour.
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Sweet Potato and Apple Casserole

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If you love sweet potato casserole but aren’t a fan of the marshmallows, try this rum-spiked, fruit-sweetened version instead. It has apples, orange juice, and cinnamon for an authentic holiday flavor.
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Butternut Squash, Sage, and Mushroom Casserole

If you want to enjoy the flavors of the holidays without completely blowing your diet, this recipe should be part of your holiday menu. It’s loaded with healthy and filling butternut squash and fragrant sage.
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Cranberry Apple Casserole

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Here’s a quick and easy upgrade for classic apple crisp: combine pre-made apple pie filling with whole-berry cranberry sauce and top the mixture with an oat crumble before baking it in the oven.
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