Casseroles

There's nothing like a piping-hot casserole just out of the oven for a meal that's guaranteed to please your whole family. We have recipes that appeal to everyone, featuring our tried-and-true classics and many that will have dinner on the table in no time. You'll also find global choices with flavorful ingredients. And don't forget about our delectable side dishes, such as the ever-popular green bean casserole with tons of variations. Any of our crowd-pleasing recipes will be a perfect fit for your holiday parties, whether you're hosting your own celebration or taking it on the go.

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Creamy Orecchiette with Spinach, Artichokes, and Bacon
Orecchiette pasta, known as "little ear," comes from Southern Italy. It works well for sauces, which collect in the pasta's concave shape.
Spicy White Bean Casserole with Calabrian Chiles
Gigante beans give this casserole substance, but cannellini beans work too.
Shawarma Casserole
Rating: Unrated 2
According to Molly, crunchy toppings are essential for texture contrast with soft fillings. So don't forgo the pita chips on top of this Middle Eastern-inspired casserole recipe.
Chinese Take-Out Chili Crisp Casserole
To make a Chinese hotdish that reflects her heritage, Molly uses pantry items--black bean garlic sauce, Chinese sausage, and chili crisp--to create layers of flavor.
Dill Chicken Everything Bagel Biscuit Hotdish
In place of a pastry crust this chicken casserole is topped with biscuits showered in salty, garlicky everything bagel seasoning.
Apple-Fennel Ham and Egg Casserole
Our Test Kitchen describes this egg casserole as tasty and hearty, but still light. Save the fennel fronds for a photo-worthy garnish.
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More Casseroles

Apple Baked French Toast
Rating: Unrated 1
This delicious breakfast casserole is perfect for anyone that enjoys a sweet bite to start the day. Prep this beauty up to 24 hours in advance so all you have to do in the morning is pop it in the oven.
Pumpkin Green Chile Tot Casserole

When it comes to flavor and texture, not all pumpkins are the same. For cooking, look for small pie pumpkins (aka sugar pumpkins), which have sweet, dense flesh.