Assemble these delicious, hearty recipes in advance to make weeknight prep a snap.
This recipe takes only 15 minutes to put together. The secret is in the frozen ingredients. Chicken, wild rice with broccoli
and carrots, water chestnuts, and cream of chicken soup make up this satisfying meal.
Ordinary casseroles are made with chicken or ground beef, but don't be scared to fancy it up with shrimp! It only takes 15
minutes to assemble this creamy seafood casserole.
Reinvent "breakfast for supper" with this easy 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.
This recipe tops chicken enchiladas with a quick green chile cream sauce and colby-Jack cheese for a twist on traditional
We offer make-ahead and freezing instructions on this luscious Cajun Shrimp Casserole. Serve with spring mix lettuce drizzled
with red wine vinaigrette.
This make-ahead Italian brunch casserole features sweet Italian sausage, green onions, diced zucchini, roasted red bell peppers,
Italian bread, sharp Cheddar cheese, milk, and of course—eggs. Serve with fresh fruit.
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.
This lasagna recipe is a classic in every sense of the word with its traditional ingredients and homemade sauce. The sauce
is time-consuming but worth the extra effort. Make it on a weekend in advance, or substitute your favorite jarred sauce.
Your family will love the Southwestern flavors in this make-ahead favorite. Don't count on lefovers of the layers of beef,
beans, corn, tortillas, and enchilada sauce.
In less than an hour, you can create a one-dish dinner that will satisfy the whole family. A hallmark of Southern cooking,
this updated main dish stars Alfredo sauce, prosciutto, and Parmesan cheese.
You’ll be impressed by how fuss-free this supper really is. This casserole is packed with a rich, meaty tomato sauce and refrigerated
mashed potatoes and topped with crunchy, kid-approved fried onions.
A deli-roasted chicken helps make short work of this classic Mexican entrée. Luscious? Absolutely. In fact, we guarantee your
family will clamor for seconds.
Rolling the lasagna noodles rather than layering them lends flair to these satisfying meat-free rollups.
Topped with a meaty marinara sauce and melted Parmesan cheese, Noodle-and-Spinach Casserole offers an easy-to-assemble alternative
to multilayered lasagna.
Lemon juice and almonds add flavor and crunch to this creamy casserole. Make in advance to take to a friend or potluck, or
serve it a home with a tossed green salad and French bread.
Rich and creamy Turkey Tetrazzini uses mushroom soup and a jar of Alfredo sauce to jump-start the recipe. Crushed seasoned
croutons form a flavorful topping. This recipe can be made-ahead and frozen.
Sausage, pepperoni, and your favorite jarred pasta sauce fill this cheese-topped casserole. Freeze it unbaked up to a month
to pull out on a busy weeknight.