When it comes to serving crowd-pleasing veggies, nothing can compete with these vegetable casseroles.
These warm and comforting veggie dishes are hearty enough to be the centerpiece of the meal, but also versatile enough to
complement an array of flavors when served as a side.
First up: Here's a deliciously updated version of the classic, with fresh green beans and wine-infused mushrooms. We just had to keep the fried onion topping, which is arguably the best part.
View Recipe: Green Bean Casserole with Madeira Mushrooms
The combination of buttery Yukon gold and fluffy baking potatoes offers richness and a nice contrast both in flavor and texture.
We recommend using a food mill to ensure the potatoes are evenly mashed and, just as important, not overworked, so they won't
get gluey. If you don't have a food mill, cream the potatoes and cooking liquid with a potato masher.
View Recipe: Mashed Potato Casserole
The walnuts in this gratin offer a crunchy contrast to the roasted vegetables and cheesy rice mixture, while the splash of
half-and-half adds creamy richness. The rice mixture can be made ahead and refrigerated. When ready to prepare, bring to room
temperature, spoon into the baking dish, and proceed as directed at the end of step 5.
View Recipe: Cheesy Brown Rice Gratin with Zucchini and Eggplant
This cheesy casserole is bound to be a new favorite. The individual servings are fun and perfectly portioned.
View Recipe: Broccoli and Rice Casseroles
A delightful array of ingredients come together in a magnificent way under a baked topping of crispy bread and pecorino Romano
View Recipe: Baked Italian-Style Cauliflower
Onions, rice, and a creamy cheese sauce make this casserole a winner in our book. We're fairly sure you'll agree.
View Recipe: Sweet Onion Casserole
Translated from the Germanic Alsatian dialect, baeckeoffe means "baker's oven," as it was traditionally a dish that was brought
to the local baker to cook in his oven. Classic versions are loaded with meat, but our vegetarian riff is equally hearty and
View Recipe: Potato, Turnip, and Spinach Baeckeoffe
Making the most of convenience products, this corn casserole comes together quickly as an ideal side dish for a weeknight
meal or even a holiday gathering.
View Recipe: Easy Corn Casserole
You can assemble the spinach and cheese casserole in less than 10 minutes by using preshredded cheeses. The casserole's spinach,
cheese, and nutmeg ingredient combination produces a rich layer of flavor that everyone will love.
View Recipe: Spinach-Cheese Bake
This favorite casserole was revamped to include the same creamy tang of the original recipe, but with 26 fewer grams of fat.
The water chestnuts add a surprising crunch, and the substitution of sharp Cheddar cheese for the milder Colby variety provides
View Recipe: Zesty Broccoli Casserole
A sprinkle of a buttery, brown sugar and pecan mixture over the top of the creamy potatoes in this casserole side dish make
it sweet enough to be dessert.
View Recipe: Streuseled Sweet Potato Casserole
This simple skillet dish uses shredded potatoes as a base. The potato mixture cooks on the stove top first to get it browned
and crisp on the bottom. Use a cast-iron skillet to get the potatoes perfectly crusted on the bottom, then bake them with
smoky chorizo under a blanket of gooey cheese.
View Recipe: Tex-Mex Hash Brown Casserole
Duxelles is a flavor base primarily consisting of mushrooms, onion, and leeks. It is used in meat and fish stuffings, soups,
stews, and pastas. Here, it gives earthy, aromatic notes to the potato casserole.
View Recipe: Potato Gratin with Duxelles