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Netflix bingeing is now an official American pastime, so it only makes sense that it gets its own set of snack recipes. We've gathered some of our favorite snack ideas, from the sweet to the salty to the OMG amazing. Whip 'em up, settle in, and let the marathon begin.View Slideshow
Looking for a quick casserole recipe that's sure to impress? We've got you covered with our hot (and cheesy!) lineup, starring classics like macaroni and chicken pot pie, plus sassy new Mexican dishes and pasta bakes -- all with few ingredients and super speedy prep times.
Who knew one hour (don't worry -- 45 minutes of that is baking time) and five ingredients is all it takes to make a party-worthy casserole recipe? Top the quick chicken casserole with corn tortillas and bubbly taco cheese.
Say au revoir to the boxed stuff and hello to the real deal. This buttery macaroni bake starts with a simple white sauce and finishes with four melty cheeses: Gouda, cheddar, Swiss, and Parmesan.
Watch how to make our homemade meatless mac and cheese with crunchy onions and creamy sauce.
This fast-fix casserole features all the goodness of the English staple: tender beef, creamy mashed potatoes, and veggies.
Push aside that boring jar of pasta sauce! Give your tortellini something to talk about by baking it into a gorgeous casserole made with purchased pesto sauce and fresh button mushrooms. Shortcut ingredients keep prep work to a minimum.
Veggie-lover? Get your fix in this delish chicken casserole that's brimming with all your favorite produce. Here's our secret to making it in less than 30 minutes.
Ham -- along with mushrooms, pimiento, onion, and macaroni -- is smothered in a simple-to-make cheese sauce in a recipe that can be prepped in just 15 minutes.
Canned tomatoes, red wine, onion soup mix, and spices create a scrumptious (and fuss-free) sauce for this easy pasta bake.
For a simple comfort food dish they'll love, we've combined precooked meatballs and potatoes with frozen veggies, canned soup, and sour cream.
Prosciutto -- a salt-cured and air-dried ham -- adds flavor and dimension to this hearty Italian-inspired casserole recipe. Prosciutto is available in most supermarkets, but if you can't find it, try thinly sliced cooked ham instead.
Bread crumbs with tender, sweet onion top this casserole instead of the traditional high-fat fried onion rings. Serve it with roast chicken.