There’s not much better than a hot dinner casserole straight from the oven. Especially one that you didn’t have to spend hours prepping! Plus, some of us view casseroles as comfort food, and who couldn’t use some comfort food right now? Thankfully, Daily Living has scoured the internet and put together a list of the best casseroles of all time. These are all inexpensive and easy to make, and they all look so delicious. We can’t wait to try these out.
This may just be the perfect dish – creamy, cheesy, and BACON-y! This casserole is loaded with alfredo sauce, ranch seasoning, chicken, bacon, and baked with cheese. You can make the sauce yourself if you have time, or jarred sauce works just as well. This recipe also works well with leftover chicken and bacon – whip it up and put it baking! We’re certain the whole family will devour this one.
This delicious beef noodle casserole is sure to become a regular on our dinner menu. It starts with ground beef in a robust tomato sauce – yum! Then you toss in some egg noodles and top with plenty of cheese before baking it to perfection. Comfort food at it’s finest, this one is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Everyone loves a good baked mac and cheese mashup. If you love jalapeno poppers, you’ll love this creamy, spicy take on mac and cheese. Combining a blend of four cheeses, bacon, jalapenos and a crispy topping, this could be the best macaroni and cheese recipe of all time!
This fresh take on lasagna is a serious time saver! The secret is the no-boil noodles. Loaded with mushrooms and fresh baby spinach, just layer the noodles in between the chicken and the veggies, and bake for 40 minutes for a creamy yet light comfort casserole. Serve it to your family and watch the compliments roll in!
If you’re missing the comfort of mom’s chicken noodle soup, this is the recipe for you. This one has all of the classic chicken noodle flavor you’re lacking and is perfect to serve on a cold winter’s night. Looking for an added bonus? This one takes 30 minutes or less to bake.
You may have heard of using black beans or lentils in the place of beef in recipes, but how about using white beans in place of chicken? Neither had we! It’s time to find out what we’ve been missing out on, so this dish is next on the list. If you have the time, consider serving this one with some Spanish rice. We’re going to top this one with fresh avocado slices.
Who doesn’t love stuffed peppers? This cheesy stuffed pepper casserole looks so easy to throw together, we can’t wait to try it out. Packed with flavor and topped with cheese, this one is going to be a hit with the whole family. The recipe also shows you can prep these ahead of time, vary the spice levels, use different colored peppers, and you can even use a pressure cooker in one variation. We can’t wait to try them all!
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