Vegetable Casseroles

Our vegetable casserole recipes boast fresh flavors and loads of variety. Whether you are looking for creamy, veggie pasta bakes or fresh layered vegetarian lasagna, we have a healthy recipe for you. Better yet, most of these hearty meals come together in just one dish! You'll find our favorite vegetable casserole recipes, including lasagna, enchiladas, and mac and cheese.

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Oven-Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Make roasted Brussels sprouts in your oven! Toss with apples, cherries, and pecans for an irresistible 20-minutes vegetable side.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Maple Mustard Sauce
These Brussels sprouts get nice and crispy without much oil thanks to your trusty air fryer. The maple mustard mayo sauce makes a delicious dipper.
Everything Caramelized Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
Everything bagel seasoning takes these air-fryer Brussels sprouts to the next level.
Kale Falafel Salad with Toasted Pine Nuts
Using store-bought versions of our favorite Middle Eastern mezze (appetizers) creates a salad that's much more than a starter.
Greek-Inspired Quinoa Salad with Lemon-Feta Dressing
Horiatiki—Greece's famous chopped salad of cucumber, tomato, onion, olive, and feta cheese—was the flavor inspiration for this colorful salad.
Grilled Tomato-Basil Jam
Give your next cookout a special touch by topping burgers with this homemade tomato jam. Bonus: It'll keep for up to 2 weeks in the fridge.
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More Vegetable Casseroles

Chicken and Cauliflower Pasta
Rating: Unrated 2
If you can't find crispy chickpeas (in the snack aisle or health food section), use toasted pine nuts or roasted almonds.
Multicooker Caramelized Onions
No liquid is used to cook the onions in this pressure cooker caramelized onions recipe because they contain enough moisture to create the necessary steam to bring the pot up to pressure. Use these to make French onion soup or pasta (see recipes), quiche, or mixed with equal parts sour cream and mayonnaise for a decadent French onion dip.
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.