10 Easy Casseroles to Warm Up With This Fall

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Make your fall meals a breeze with these easy casserole recipes
Smoked Salmon and Potato Breakfast Casserole

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As the fall season settles in and the days get shorter, cooking an elaborate meal can become a daunting task. But the holidays are approaching, which means lots of family time, dinners, and parties, with all the cooking that goes with them. Preparing an easy casserole could be a huge time-saver for you. Here are a few that you should consider, whether you’re making breakfast, brunch, or dinner.

10 Easy Casseroles to Warm Up With This Fall

Smoked Salmon and Potato Breakfast Casserole

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As the fall season settles in and the days get shorter, cooking an elaborate meal can become a daunting task. But the holidays are approaching, which means lots of family time, dinners, and parties, with all the cooking that goes with them. Preparing an easy casserole could be a huge time-saver for you. Here are a few that you should consider, whether you’re making breakfast, brunch, or dinner.

Bagel & Chorizo Egg Casserole

Bagel & Chorizo Egg Casserole

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In this recipe, chef Fabio Viviani uses bagels in place of breadcrumbs, creating a richer and more indulgent dish to enjoy. 

Click here for the Bagel & Chorizo Egg Casserole recipe.

Butternut Squash, Sage, and Mushroom Casserole

Butternut Squash, Sage, and Mushroom Casserole

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Once it’s baked and cooled, store this vegetarian casserole in your freezer for an easy weeknight meal that is filling and flavorful. The pairing of sage and butternut squash gives it a balanced sweet and savory flavor.
Click here for the Butternut Squash, Sage, and Mushroom Casserole recipe.

Campbell’s Gumbo Casserole

Campbell’s Gumbo Casserole

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Go to your cupboard immediately. 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 Campbell’s soup. Why not use it to make shrimp gumbo? This recipe calls for condensed chicken soup but you could easily substitute tomato.
Click here for the Campbell’s Gumbo Casserole recipe.

Cracker Barrel Hashbrown Casserole

Cracker Barrel Hashbrown Casserole

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What do cream of chicken soup, frozen hash browns, and grated Cheddar cheese all have in common? Hashbrown casserole, of course! Combine them with sour cream, butter, and chopped onion to make this restaurant favorite in under an hour. — Kristie Collado
Click here for the Cracker Barrel Hashbrown Casserole recipe.

Green Bean Casserole

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. — Kristie Collado
Click here for the Green Bean Casserole recipe.

Mexican-Style Lasagna

Mexican-Style Lasagna

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The great thing about this spicy lasagna, courtesy of the One Pot cookbook, is that you can prep and assemble this dish up to a day in advance; just cover it with foil and refrigerate. When you’re ready to bake it, leave it covered and pop it into the oven, following directions but adding 5 to 10 minutes to the initial baking time. — Martha Stewart Living

Click here for the Mexican-Style Lasagna recipe.

Popeye’s Sweet Potato Casserole

Popeye’s Sweet Potato Casserole

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Few would guess that there was any fast food included in this casserole, but adding Popeye’s signature pecan pie gives it a unique taste and reduces the number of ingredients you need to make this holiday staple. — Kristie Collado
Click here for the Popeye’s Sweet Potato Casserole recipe.

Pumpkin, Chorizo, and Kale Frittata

Pumpkin, Chorizo, and Kale Frittata

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We love the bold flavors in this breakfast casserole from the Donna Hay cookbook The New Classics. Fresh kale and pumpkin are combined with spicy chorizo, tangy goat cheese, and caramelized onion relish for a delicious and well-balanced dish.

Click here for the Pumpkin, Chorizo, and Kale Frittata recipe.

Sausage, Chicken, and White Bean Gratin

Sausage, Chicken, and White Bean Gratin

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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 a party. This casserole is easy to make in advance, just wait to sprinkle the breadcrumbs and reserved bacon on top until the day you plan to serve it. — Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
Click here for the Sausage, Chicken, and White Bean Gratin recipe.

Smoked Salmon and Potato Breakfast Casserole

Smoked Salmon and Potato Breakfast Casserole

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Not in the mood for a bulky breakfast sandwich? Try using your smoked salmon, dill, and cream cheese in a delicious casserole instead. This casserole doesn’t use any bread (sorry, no bagel here); it uses starchy red potatoes as its base. — Soni Satpathy
Click here for the Smoked Salmon and Potato Breakfast Casserole recipe.