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Love casseroles but hate the calories? Fear not. Our healthy casserole recipes are cheesy and rich, and they all clock in at under 400 calories per serving. With classic fall sides like green bean casserole and mains like chicken casserole and macaroni and cheese, you can enjoy healthy casseroles all through the season.
Loaded with Italian herbs including oregano, basil, and fennel, our homemade meatballs are full of flavor, and they're low in fat thanks to lean ground beef. Store-bought potato gnocchi and light tomato sauce keep this casserole healthy and easy to make.
Savory stuffing mix gives our creamy rice-and-chicken casserole the familiar goodness of your favorite Thanksgiving side. Instead of cheese, we mixed in cream of chicken soup and sour cream for double the decadence and only 383 calories per serving.
Full of hearty grains like wheat berries, farro, and wild rice, our pilaf-style side-dish casserole has 4 grams of fiber and 5 grams of protein while staying under 200 calories per serving. Dried cranberries and chopped apples give the dish a hint of fresh sweetness.
Believe it! This gooey, bacon-studded casserole has fewer than 350 calories per serving. The secret? Creamy butternut squash lets you eliminate some of the cheese for a lower-fat but equally delicious fall casserole.
With just two ingredient swaps, you can have the sweet potato casserole you love with far fewer calories.
Rather than using store-bought mix-ins for creaminess, we made our own nutmeg-infused cream sauce to cut calories and fat from traditional green bean casserole. Crispy fried shallots top off this low-calorie take on a classic fall recipe.
Healthy macaroni and cheese? You bet. Not only is our recipe under 300 calories per serving, it's also packed with vitamins and has a good dose of protein. The blend of four cheeses is not too shabby either.
Creamy polenta provides a rich base for the pesto-laced vegetables in this healthy casserole. The combo of cannellini and garbanzo beans gives the dish a hefty dose of protein, but the flavor is light thanks to fresh spinach and tomatoes.
Nutty squash teams up with iron-rich spinach and itty-bitty cellentani pasta for a casserole that's healthy and comforting. A blend of Parmigiano-Reggiano and Fontina cheeses adds a level of rich Italian flavor worthy of a gourmet meal.
Shepherd's pie, an ultimate comfort food, gets a healthy upgrade from vitamin-rich sweet potatoes and lean turkey. Perfect for Thanksgiving leftovers, this veggie-packed recipe is a casserole you can feel good about.