The cooler weather is here, and we’re all thinking about bundling up and making some nice casseroles (or hot dishes as they say in the Minnesota area! – can I just tell you I think that is the funniest thing ever?)
Anyway, I’ve compiled a roundup of some really yummy casserole dishes that you should give a try this winter…even the tuna noodle looks great, and I’m definitely not a tuna noodle kind of girl!
Let me know what you think and add your own in the comments if you want to share!
Happy Hot Dish! (Hahahah I told you I love that term!)
Breakfast Egg & Bacon Casserole Freezer Meal – Eggs, bacon, cheese, and even spinach combined for a make ahead hearty breakfast your family will love.
Oatmeal Breakfast Casserole – This one would be great for large families. Nutritious and a perfect start to a school day!
Baked Potato Casserole – Picture a loaded baked potato in a casserole. Delicious!
Best Ever Sweet Potato Casserole – You’ll never look at sweet potatoes the same after you’ve had them in a casserole with apples.
Twice Baked Potato Casserole – All the cheesy goodness of a twice baked potato in a casserole.
Easy and Delicious Cheesy Holiday Hashbrown Casserole – Not just for holidays. This casserole would make a tasty side dish to just about any meat you serve.
Pork Sausage Casserole – Ingredients for this one include long grain wild rice, mushrooms, and sausage. If you don’t like sausage, another meat would work well as a substitution.
Ham Casserole – This recipe is a smart way to turn leftover ham into a second meal.
Not Yo Mama’s Tuna Noodle Casserole – Classic tuna casserole gets a makeover. Your family will actually want to eat this one!
Shrimp and Grits Casserole – This is a less spicy version of traditional shrimp and grits, and there are some great tips to cooking grits in there too if you’re unfamiliar with them.
Hamburger Pie – If you forgot to prep dinner before work, this is a quick and easy hearty meal You can also change a few things up to make it a little more homemade. Try adding some corn or peas to it to make a complete one pot meal!
Hashbrown Hamburger Casserole with Veggies and Cheese – Hashbrowns make this casserole different. It also uses 2 cups of mixed vegetables, so you can be sure that there is a lot of nutrition in this as well.
Beefy Sour Cream Noodle Bake – Sour cream, cream cheese, and cheddar transform ground beef and egg noodles into something fabulous.
Sloppy Joe Casserole Recipe – Awesome alternative for those who love sloppy joes but hate the mess they make when on a bun. Now they are officially fork-worthy.
Chili Cheese Tater Tot Casserole – No casserole roundup would be complete without a tater tot recipe! Jamie at Love Bakes Good Cakes said it best…”This Chili Cheese Tater Tot Casserole is like eating, well, chili cheese fries – but in a casserole form.”
Fiesta Ranch Chicken Pasta Bake – Chicken and pasta with a cool ranch kick make this an awesome weeknight dinner option.
Hot Chicken Salad – It’s chicken salad taken to the next level by baking it with cheese and potato chips! Great for a lunch dish served hot or at room temperature.
Curried Chicken and Rice Casserole – Comfort food turned healthy. If your family isn’t fond of curry you can also substitute oregano or basil for a more Italian flavor.
Creamy Chicken Broccoli Pasta – Chicken, Broccoli, and cheese? Yes please. This simple recipe will probably become a staple in your menu.
Turkey Enchilada Bake – Three layers of turkey enchilada goodness made even better when it’s topped with lime and avocado. This recipe is beautiful and packed with nutritional value.
Tamale Pie – An interesting recipe that takes tamale ingredients and tops them with cornbread.
Cheesy Burrito Casserole – Burrito ingredients in a casserole.
The Ultimate Wet Burrito – If you love Mexican food you will love this! Complete with everything you’d ever want in an enchilada. It’s a spicy one but you can tone it down by using mild salsa and omitting the jalapeno peppers.
Easy Baked Penne – This simple to make baking dish full of deliciousness will feed quite a few.
Pizza Spaghetti – Two favorite foods combined. How can you go wrong? Customize to your family by mixing in some of your favorite pizza toppings – mushrooms, peppers, onions…the sky’s the limit!
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