Craving Casseroles?

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A casserole can be such a comfort. Not only is it very make-ahead with one dish to clean up afterward, it’s also generally considered a traditional comfort food. If I tell hubs I’ve got a lasagna or a pan of enchiladas ready, I know I’ll receive a happy reply. Casseroles are good food.

Here’s a round-up of some of our favorites for you to enjoy throughout the winter months. Add a side salad and maybe some bread, and you’re good to go.

Fresh Basil and Garlic Chive Lasagna

Lawnmower Taco

Turkey and Black Bean Enchiladas

Chile Cheese Bake

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Chicken Enchilada Casserole

Easiest Mac and Cheese

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  1. These sound great! I especially like the look of your fresh basil and chive lasagna. Thanks for sharing the inspiration!

  2. HI,

    I’m so happy to find your blog.
    I wonder are there any vegetarian casseroles that freezes well that i can make?


    • There are a variety of meatless casseroles that you can freeze: manicotti, lasagna, rice bakes, etc. What kind of casseroles do you normally prepare? That might help me better answer the question.

  3. I love casseroles! However my daughter is Dairy Free due to allergies. Most casseroles have cheese and the ‘cheeses’ that don’t contain dairy are price prohibitive. Any suggestions?

    • @Holland, I think that if the sauce is a flavorful one, you can avoid the cheese altogether. Just add in veggies and such to fill it out? Have you searched online for dairy-free casseroles? There are probably a lot of options out there.

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