Casserole Recipes

What would a potluck be without a pan of cheesy baked macaroni or Thanksgiving without a creamy green bean casserole? Home cooks know that casseroles are perfect party food: they’re hearty and comforting, they freeze well and they easily feed a crowd. They’re also versatile. If you’ve only made casseroles topped with cheesy breadcrumbs (and there’s nothing wrong with that), then take a peek at our Food & Wine guide to casseroles. We’ve got recipes topped with mashed potatoes, breadcrumbs, biscuits and even cauliflower. Pressed for time? Check out our list of no-fail, make-ahead casseroles for easy weeknight dinners.

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Vegetable Casserole (Algeria)

From Vegan: The Cookbook by Jean-Christian Jury, Phaidon 2017.   Slideshow: More Casserole Recipes
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Spaghetti Squash Casserole

Spaghetti squash tastes nothing like spaghetti, but it has an unusual noodle-like quality that’s versatile enough for a variety of main or side dishes. Think of this casserole as a slightly healthier macaroni and cheese. Slideshow: More Spaghetti Squash Recipes
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Tater Tot Casserole

The secret to this casserole is the layer of creamed spinach in the middle. It adds elegance to the dish, as well as a nice contrast to the crispy, crunchy Tater Tot top. Slideshow: More Casserole Recipes
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Corn Bread Casserole

Corn bread casseroles are a too-busy cook’s dream. A handful of pantry staples—frozen and canned corn, corn muffin mix, butter, sour cream and an egg—are baked into something delicious and comforting. We jazz ours up with shredded cheddar and sliced scallions. You can keep it classic and skip the mix-ins, or you can add whatever you have on hand. Try diced ham and chopped bell pepper along with the cheese and scallions. Or make a spicier casserole with two seeded and diced jalapeños and 1/2 cup of chopped cilantro. Slideshow: More Corn Recipes
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Originating from the south of France, this slow cooked cassarole dish features beans and meats creating a hearty stew. Included are tradtional recipes as well as some delicous variations such as harissa-spiced cassoulet and bean-and-leek cassoulet.
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More Casseroles

The History of Hot Dish

Hot dish is not just a casserole: It’s a Midwestern icon. Chef Gavin Kaysen modernizes the classics. 
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8 Easy Casseroles for a Crowd

Easy to make and and hearty enough to feed a house full of hungry guests, any of these casseroles is a great option for Christmas weekend entertaining.
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Sweet Potato and Goat Cheese Gratin

Goat cheese fans will love the tang that the cheese adds to this sweet and luscious gratin, with its crispy topping. Slideshow: Great Gratins and Casseroles