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The turkey might be the star at the Thanksgiving table, but potatoes are the runner-up. This casserole adds loads of crispy bacon and melty cheese to the classic dish for a delicious but simple dinner.
Ditch the creamed corn this holiday season and up your side dish game with a chipotle corn pudding. You can make this sweet and savory dish out of canned goods and freeze it until it’s time for the big dinner.
Biscuits and gravy is a dish Southerners always have on their breakfast table, but whether you live in the South or not, cheesy biscuits and gravy casserole is a must. Golden brown buttermilk biscuits, sausage and gravy are layered for a savory treat.
If you think broccoli casserole is the best thing on earth, try adding a childhood favorite to take it to the next level: tater tots. Will you want a nap after indulging in this hearty dish? Probably.
Even meat lovers will want a bite of this vegan-friendly dish. Packed with a homemade cream sauce, green beans, mushrooms and crispy onions, this creamy green bean and tofu vegan casserole will leave guests wondering whether they’re in your home or dining at a five-star restaurant.
Cornbread is, hands down, one of the best Thanksgiving side dishes. But when you’re tired of the traditional recipe, this Mexican cornbread casserole is a perfect alternative. Ground beef, tomatoes, corn and melted cheese top the corn muffin mix of your choice and are then baked for a loaded dinner dish.
Pasta is the perfect pick-me-up food, and this fusilli broccoli casserole is a creamy, crunchy mix that’ll bring any holiday dinner to life. Top the cheesy casserole with a garnish of crispy onions for a bite that’s loaded with flavor.
Vegetarian dinner recipes can be cheap, easy and just as tasty as meaty options. This mushroom and red rice casserole is a prime example. Layered with a medley of tasty ingredients — red rice, kale and mushrooms to name a few — this casserole is light and filling.
Breakfast is often forgotten during the hustle and bustle of a holiday morning, but this easy Instant Pot recipe is quick and easy to put together. Bacon, sweet potatoes, onions and pepper make this savory casserole burst with flavor.
A turkey and stuffing casserole is a great way to use up holiday leftovers when you need a filling meal. Herb-seasoned stuffing and cream of mushroom soup boost the turkey’s flavor, and cheese is a not-so-secret ingredient that makes anything taste good.
Anyone who despises seafood will get a kick out of this dish. Follow the steps you would when making a tuna noodle casserole, but instead of tuna, substitute cubed turkey. Adding turkey is a great way to get anyone in the holiday spirit.
Use frozen vegetables to make this filling casserole in a flash. This broccoli cheese casserole is topped with fried onions, cheese and did we say cheese?
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The day after Thanksgiving is meant for two things: sleeping and indulging in leftovers. When you have half a turkey left and you’re not sure what to do with it, make a Thanksgiving leftover turkey casserole. This recipe takes all of your holiday favorites — stuffing, turkey, cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes — and tops them off with crispy fried onions for a holiday themed dinner long after the last guest has left.
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This turkey noodle bake recipe adds a signature Southwestern spin to a classic dish. Shredded turkey plus spice, green chiles, diced tomatoes and Mexican cheese equals deliciousness.
The number of delicious Instant Pot recipes you can whip up in a flash is endless, and this Instant Pot sweet potato casserole recipe is proof. Ground cinnamon elevates the sweet flavor of the mashed sweet potatoes and maple syrup, and a hint of vanilla extract melds the recipe together flawlessly.
For a vintage casserole recipe with a new-age twist, try this candied sweet potato casserole. It’s topped with mini marshmallows, pecans and brown sugar for a gooey treat the entire family will enjoy.
Rice is a pantry staple that can be used in a ton of casseroles. Pair this staple with broccoli and plenty of cheese, and you’re in for a comfort dish you’ll need to sit down to eat.
You might have heard of white wine being the secret ingredient for a perfect pasta recipe, but how about a casserole? This deluxe mushroom green bean casserole uses the typical ingredients plus a splash of white wine for a more adult flavor. You’ll never make a green bean casserole without wine again.
Nothing tops gooey cheese, crispy potatoes and bacon bits all in one bite. This bacon Gruyere mashed potato casserole is a must for anyone who wants to show how to really make delicious mashed potatoes.
When you’re looking for a quick meal that’ll impress on your holiday dinner table, this Mexican chicken and rice casserole should be at the top of your list. This easy recipe takes less than an hour to make, and it’s packed with flavor thanks to the blend of spices, diced tomatoes, beans and cheese.
When everyone rushes to the breakfast table on Christmas Day, make sure you have this country breakfast casserole on the table. This casserole is a cheesy and meaty delight.
For a recipe that can be served at both the dinner and breakfast table, try this homestyle breakfast casserole. Sweet potato fries are baked into this casserole for a sweet and savory punch, and fluffy eggs make this chicken recipe not so boring.
This gluten-free sweet potato casserole is a recipe that will impress even the pickiest of eaters. Creamy mashed sweet potatoes are topped with a rich and crunchy oatmeal topping, and it’s all drizzled with maple syrup for an extra burst of sweetness.
This asparagus mushroom Swiss egg bake is a great way to add healthy food to your holiday lineup. What really takes this recipe to the next level are the mushrooms, parsley and Swiss cheese.
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The holidays aren’t always about what’s for dinner. Sometimes you’ll have to impress for breakfast too, and this overnight eggnog French Toast casserole is the best way to do it. And who doesn’t love eggnog?
If you’re not using fried onions in every recipe that you can, you’re losing out. This crispy fried onion holiday stuffing is a prime example of why you need this crunchy goodness in your life.
This cheesy broccoli casserole is one of the best slow cooker recipes you can make. Prep time is short, and what you end up with is a cheesy, hearty dish topped with a crunch.
Spicy food lovers will get a kick out of this pepper jack green bean casserole. The trick is to follow the traditional green bean casserole recipe, but before you bake it, layer on a cup of Monterey Jack cheese with jalapeno. Finish it off with any remaining crispy onions.
Whether you live in a chilly city or a warm-weather winter destination, you’re going to want this cheesy chicken and broccoli casserole on your dinner table. It’s the definition of comfort food — rice, chicken, potato chips, and cream cheese are main ingredients — and it’s the perfect blend of cheesy and crunchiness.
If you’re a meat lover, this chicken and sausage casserole will put your love to the test. This recipe combines chicken, smoked sausage, rice and green chiles for a double-meaty casserole unlike any other. Double the meat, double the fun, right?
The best thing about this one-dish chicken broccoli and rice casserole is that you can make it with fewer than five ingredients. Another bonus is that you’ll only need one dish, so you can save yourself the hassle of washing dishes all evening.
Bacon might be one of the most iconic breakfast foods of all time, but it’s perfect in any meal. Cooking the chicken in bacon grease gives this chicken and potato casserole recipe an extra kick of savory flavor, and the cheese and onions add tons of savory flavor.
Waking up early on the holidays to spend time with loved ones is tradition. When everyone gathers for food, you’re going to want to have this chicken and waffle breakfast casserole on your breakfast table. Popcorn chicken, cinnamon waffles and a whopping six eggs are baked together and can be topped with a drizzle of maple syrup or a dollop of hot sauce.
Every Thanksgiving shopping list must have two things: sweet potatoes and a turkey. This recipe combines the two holiday must-haves for a savory dish with just a hint of sweet.
This casserole will be one of the best stuffing recipes on your holiday dinner table. Stuffed bell peppers are always delicious, but this creative spin on the dish includes ground beef, corn and stuffing.
Rice is a pantry staple that can be stored for years, so chances are you have a box or bag somewhere. Use it to make this hearty sausage and rice casserole. Whether you need it for a holiday dinner or you want a meal the entire family will love, this well-seasoned dish comes together quickly and simply.
Bread pudding might make you think of dessert, but this casserole takes a savory spin on the famous dish. You’ll need French onion soup, turkey, cheese and hearty white bread to make this turkey treat.
Tilapia isn’t only a summertime fish. It’s also the perfect ingredient for a fun holiday season casserole. This tilapia and vegetable casserole is light, crunchy and can be prepped and cooked in under an hour.
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You can make creamy macaroni and cheese at home in a flash with this mac and cheese casserole cups recipe. This adorable creation can be cooked as a family-fun activity around the holidays or served as an appetizer at a potluck.
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Grilled chicken recipes are great no matter the season. When you want to amp up your cooking game and impress your guests, this grilled chicken cheddar casserole with mushrooms will make you look like a pro in the kitchen.
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If you’re hooked on cheese (and honestly, who isn’t), this cheesy mashed potato casserole is a dream.
Everything about this tetrazzini casserole is tempting, hence the name. Once the spaghetti is cooked perfectly, it’s mixed with Parmesan cheese and hearty meat and is topped with crunchy bread crumbs.
This chicken, pasta and vegetable casserole is one of the best ways to use leftover chicken (or turkey). The vegetables are a nice pop of color, and the pasta fights the chicken to steal the show.
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Anything combined with pumpkin spice is a popular seasonal dish, so why not add it to some yummy french toast? This gooey delight is topped with whipped cream, warm caramel sauce and maple syrup. If you’re feeling brave, try making your own pumpkin spice.
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No holiday dinner is complete without sweet potatoes. But instead of following the classic recipe, this sweet potato casserole turns up the flavor with pecans, dried cranberries and pineapple. It’s hands-down one of the best Thanksgiving recipes.
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