A casserole is comfort food at its best. Not only are they easy to prepare, but they deliver kindness in one single dish.
It really is as easy as it sounds and is every bit as good as its more time-consuming counterparts.
Destined to become your kids' new favorite meal, this easy casserole recipe combines two classic family favorites: pepperoni
pizza and spaghetti. Unbaked, the casserole can stay frozen for up to a month so prepare extra and save for a busy day.
Spiked with tomatoes and green chiles, creamy layers of chopped cooked chicken and corn tortillas make this Texas casserole
too tempting to resist. It’s super-easy to fix for a crowd, and always a hit.
Smoked sausage, ham, and red pepper add bold flavor in this classic recipe for Creole Jambalaya.
This delicious mac and cheese is light on butter and cheese yet still melts in your mouth. Change the flavor profile of the
recipe with combinations such as sweet peas and proscuitto or ham and broccoli.
The pasta in this dish cooks as the lasagna bakes, making it ideal for busy nights. Ravioli and spinach layered with pesto,
Alfredo sauce, and Italian cheeses provide unbeatable flavor.
Packed with veggies, Parmesan cheese, rice, and a cayenne pepper kick, this delicious recipe is definitely worthy of a special
Skip the marinara sauce and go for a rich Alfredo sauce instead. The creamy sauce, paired with three types of cheese, creates
a family-friendly dish that’s ready in a flash.
Sliced almonds, water chestnuts, cream of mushroom soup, and Cheddar cheese add a depth of flavor and texture to this satisfying
Baked ziti is always a family favorite. Try this Baked Ziti with Italian sausage for an easy, make-ahead casserole idea—perfect
for weeknight meals.
Reinvent "breakfast for supper" with this easy Ham-Hash Brown Casserole. Country-style hash browns, ham, and Cheddar cheese
resemble a breakfast casserole, but plenty of veggies make it a more substantial meal for dinner.