Looking for an easy sweet potato casserole recipe? Try this delicious recipe that's yummy enough for a side dish or a dessert. Perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any day in between!
Casseroles are always great for a quick and easy weeknight dinner. This chicken, broccoli, and rice cheesy casserole is topped with a delightfully crispy, buttery breadcrumb crust. Just toss all of the ingredients in a casserole dish and pop it in the oven.
The hugely popular Bisquick Impossible Quiche of yesteryear disappeared when our diets shifted in the 1980s from old-fashioned comfort food to a more modern sensibility. Join me in my search to find and make this retro family favorite.
An old-fashioned Southern classic, this lusciously sweet and savory casserole is officially a side dish, but it does a great masquerade as a dessert. It's lovely for holidays, when a little celebration is called for, and it will certainly put your guests in a festive mood!
Are you on a low-carb diet? This delicious quiche recipe will meet your dietary needs while satisfying your brunch cravings.
These casserole recipes are inexpensive, quick to prepare, and delicious. I've included recipes for chicken divan, chicken pot pie, tuna casserole, shepherd's pie, tater tot, and more!
Quiche (quite possibly the perfect food) can be served for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or even dessert (imagine a thin slice with some fresh fruit and a glass of sherry). Learn the secrets for making the perfect quiche.
This is a recipe my late Aunt Dolly made all the time. She would serve it in slices as an hors d'oeuvre. I make it for dinner and serve it with a side salad. It is very versatile and a quick go-to recipe. Usually I have all the ingredients on hand.
Anyone can make this simple homemade clean eating yellow squash casserole without much effort. Simply toss all of your ingredients together, top with some breadcrumbs, and bake—and you're an hour away from a deliciously healthy meal your whole family will love.
Tuna noodle casserole should not be the punchline for a joke. It has the potential of being a seriously good dish. Here I share the story of where it began and eight recipes for you to chose from.
Ah, the 1970s—when bell-bottoms were groovy jeans, shag carpeting was all the rage, "salad" was made from Jello, and canned-soup casseroles offered the ultimate in comfort food.
Make this turkey macaroni and cheese casserole with your leftover Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey. This also works great with leftover chicken. Create a whole new delicious and healthy meal in just a few simple steps.
This recipe is an old family favorite that I have revamped. It's an easy-to-make main course dinner that incorporates ground beef, bacon, potatoes, and cheese.
Whether you have leftover ham to use up or whether you make a ham specifically for this delectable recipe, your family and friends will adore the creamy rich flavor of this comfort-food casserole.
When you need something fast and you don't have all the ingredients you need, you improvise. That's what I did. Pasta, sauce, ricotta, and mozzarella makes a great lasagna casserole.