Called party potatoes in some circles, hash brown casserole is a must-have holiday recipe. Shredded potatoes, sour cream, cheese, ham, and a buttery cornflake topper combine to create a breakfast casserole that will be the first thing devoured at your buffet.
No Thanksgiving should ever pass without sweet potatoes topped with marshmallows and pecans. This classic sweet potato casserole has directions to make it a day ahead to help you maintain your sanity.
With the addition of a sweet potato, this might not be the first scalloped potato recipe that comes to mind when thinking of classic holiday potatoes casseroles. But we've made it (and loved it) so often over the years that it's become a standard Thanksgiving side dish.
No green bean casserole is complete without the crispy-onion topper. Use our DIY Crispy Shallots recipe, or opt for the canned version to save time on this holiday vegetable casserole.
OK, OK, we admit we didn't grow up feasting on this corn casserole. But with its creamy texture, it quickly became a must-have for the holiday casserole lineup. Bonus: We included make-ahead instructions for your convenience.
Here it is: Casserole stuffing the way you remember it. Just the basics; celery, onion, carrot, butter, bread, chicken broth, and some simple seasonings. It's the classic stuffing (or dressing, if you want to get technical) recipe you know and love.
A full cup of whipping cream gives these cheesy potatoes unbeatable creaminess. It's the holidays—time to indulge, and this party casserole is just the way to do it!
This holiday vegetable casserole bakes in individual dishes so everyone gets their own, so there will be no fighting over the most potato-chip-topped pieces. We love making this recipe for the holidays, but it's a great dinner party casserole, too.
Stuffing, rice salad, dressing—whatever you call it, it's always delicious. For a hands-off version of the holiday casserole on the day of the big meal, use the make-ahead directions.
No frilly fillings here: potatoes, onion, and garlic in an easy white sauce seasoned with standard salt and pepper. As this scalloped holiday potato casserole proves, basic is not boring!
Chances are everything you need to make this classic scalloped corn recipe is already in your pantry. Grab the essentials, and 25 minutes later pop it in the oven.
Potatoes, onion, and garlic: the trifecta of holiday side-dish ingredients. Combined with a simple white sauce and ample cheese, these potatoes bake to bubbly deliciousness in a yummy dinner party casserole.
Because they're in season at the same time, broccoli and cauliflower are a natural pairing. With the addition of cream of mushroom soup, American cheese, and a bread crumb topping, even the kiddos will dig in to this holiday vegetable casserole.