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These casserole recipes include everything you need to find the perfect casserole, whether it’s for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

We love how easy casseroles are to whip up. They use less dishes, can usually be made in advance, and are great for feeding large families or groups of people!

Some of our most popular include chicken bacon ranch casserole, and ham and cheese croissant bake.

You can search by ingredient or recipe above, or scroll through our popular casserole recipes below. Happy cooking!

What Is A Casserole

A casserole is a recipe cooked in a deep dish (a casserole dish) in the oven. Casseroles generally are comprised of 3 main parts:

  • Protein – a protein is added like meat, beans, or tofu.
  • Vegetables – canned, frozen or fresh, vegetables are added to casseroles.
  • Starch – a starch acts as a binder, helping finish off the casserole. Pasta, rice, or potatoes are popular options.

Many casseroles are dump and bake, meaning you add the ingredients to the casserole dish and throw it in the oven.

Casseroles are also commonly served as sides, especially for Thanksgiving. Green bean casserole and green bean casserole are both popular options!

How To Make A Casserole

If you’d like to make your own casserole, select a few ingredients from each category above and add them to a casserole dish.

For sauce, condensed soups, alfredo, and tomato sauce are popular.

Top with cheese or breadcrumbs, and bake until hot and bubbly.

How To Freeze Casseroles

If the casserole you’re making freezes well, prepare it up until baking. Cover with plastic wrap, then freeze.

The length of time you can freeze a casserole will change depending on the ingredients you’ve added to it, so double check the recipe you’re using.

Most casseroles will freeze for a minimum of 6 months.