Get your family to eat their vegetables with our cheesy tortellini casserole recipe. Filled with fresh spring veggies like snap peas and cherry tomatoes, it's a healthy choice for a potluck or a weeknight dinner.
We don't know about your vegetable garden, but this garden casserole is all about artichokes and cherry tomatoes. Plus, you can make this casserole a completely vegetarian entree by swapping in vegetable broth for the chicken broth.
Is it even summer if you don't have pounds and pounds of extra zucchini? This hearty lasagna casserole will help you use up some of your summer veggie bumper crop in the most delicious way by layering roasted zucchini with noodles and fresh tomato slices. And don't forget the creamy Alfredo sauce!
You don't have to heap your casserole dish with leafy greens to make a yummy veggie entree. This recipe starts with six ears of fresh summer sweet corn, and finishes by piling on plenty of garden-fresh cherry tomatoes.
If you didn't think tuna casserole could be a veggie-packed meal, you'd be wrong. This version of the classic dinner casserole is loaded with more than a pound of fresh asparagus, so there's a helping of vegetables in every bite of this creamy noodle dish.
This casserole features a trio of veggies—sweet peppers, spinach, and artichokes—plus whole wheat orzo and turkey breast. Don't worry, though; this dish still has all the richness of your favorite creamy casseroles, thanks to Alfredo sauce and panko bread crumbs.
Slip slices of summer squash, zucchini, and eggplant into this rice-based casserole recipe that's studded with roma tomatoes and corn kernels. The dish owes its rich flavor to the white wine broth and basil pesto.
Farro, a classic nutrient-rich Italian grain, makes up the base of this veggie casserole. Baked with asparagus and a little Asiago cheese, this bright dish is perfect for brunch or dinner.
Italian focaccia and fresh zucchini are baked right into a medley of cheeses in our warm strata recipe. No zucchini? The casserole recipe is just as tasty with yellow summer squash.
Add some zing to your holiday menu (or any celebration-worthy dinner) with this green bean casserole spiced with fresh serrano and chipotle chile peppers. Don't worry: This classic dish is still loaded with creamy beans and topped with buttery bread crumbs.
Even if you're not a fan of Brussels sprouts, this casserole will convert you. Chopped carrots, Asiago cheese, and panko bread crumbs help dress up the Brussels sprouts in this recipe, so even sprout skeptics will ask for seconds.
It won't be difficult to get your family to eat more vegetables when you serve up this egg casserole! Loaded with three cups of broccoli and a cup of sweet potatoes, this breakfast (or dinner) casserole will be popular with even your pickiest eater.
It's just not possible to make a casserole more veggie-filled than this one. Four pounds of butternut squash take the starring role in this side dish, while a maple bacon and onion topping is a delicious supporting player.
Use ramekins to make single-serving vegetable casseroles. We snuck three root vegetables (parsnips, carrots, and potatoes) into these darling dishes for a delicious and nutritious meal.
You won't miss the meat in this vegetable casserole. Our tomato-base dish boasts hearty eggplant, peppers, and mushrooms, and is topped with provolone cheese, parsley, and crunchy pine nuts.
Our spinach- and polenta-loaded vegetable casserole isn't your average bake. Made completely in the slow cooker, this vegetarian recipe requires only 20 minutes of prep time.
We love that this easy vegetarian lasagna can be made ahead of time. The Italian-inspired casserole recipe is loaded with mushrooms, onions, broccoli, and spinach nestled between layers of lasagna noodles and ricotta cheese.
A review for this vegetable casserole says it all: "This was awesome—like a meatless chili, packed full of veggies." The tasty topper is a simple mix of corn muffin mix with cheese and cilantro added for a little zip.
Garlic-and-herb cheese lends savory creaminess to sweet roasted potatoes, rutabagas, and parsnips, while homemade Parmesan dumplings make this vegetable casserole a tasty comfort food.
Make dinnertime a cinch with our six-ingredient casserole recipe. Packed with fresh zucchini and pork sausage, this hearty bake is fast and filling!
A cheesy pasta casserole that's healthy, too? Sign us up! Kale, cauliflower, and whole wheat pasta help this all-in-one veggie dish come in below 400 calories per serving.
Let this side dish be the star of your next brunch get-together. The spinach-filled egg-and-cheese casserole is a healthy option that's sure to stand out from the crowd.
Gouda lends its smoky flavor to the lentils, barley, and bulgur in our cheesy vegetable casserole. Grilled pita wedges are a perfect complement to the baked beans, carrots, and mushrooms in this easy meal.
You probably already have everything you need to make this baked pasta dish. Hearty beans, nutrient-rich spinach, and whole wheat noodles make this vegetable casserole recipe a light and easy meatless dinner option.
Smoked Gouda cheese gives this simple casserole recipe its name, while red peppers, almonds, and dried tomatoes add savory flavors and texture.
Bake roasted root vegetables on a bed of Parmesan- and basil-infused polenta. Top with Fontina cheese and fresh thyme for an irresistible cheesy vegetable casserole that will make anyone a veggie-lover.