Southern cooks know casseroles are the secret to easy dinners, winning potluck dishes , and backup freezer meals. Our 9x13 pans are well-used and certainly treasured—we pass them down from generation to generation, along with our favorite casserole recipes. We firmly believe that there is a casserole for every occasion—and season.
These seasonal casserole recipes will keep your family full and happy every month this year. Whether you're in need of a cozy supper for a chilly January night or a festive breakfast to wow on Christmas morning , these casserole recipes are great additions to your cooking bucket list for 2023. We’ve taken stock of every month’s demands and offerings, from holidays to harvests, and prepared an all-star lineup of hearty casserole recipes that use the most of what's in season at the time. Plus, the kids will go crazy for fun casseroles like breakfast bakes and even a dessert 9x13. When it's time to eat, Southerners can always rely on a simple, filling casserole recipe like these to get the job done.
It's January and those New Year's resolutions are still in play, yet we just can't shake Jack Frost nipping at our noses. This month calls for a warm meal that's both comforting and nutritious. We have just the thing.
Love is in the air and Valentine's Day is right around the corner. What better way to show your loved ones how much you care than with a homemade, hearty meal? Mama always said that the way into a man's heart was through his stomach and this twist on a decadent French soup will make them fall in love all over again.
With spring in sight, bake up a dessert that will warm you right up and offer a sweet goodbye to winter. This cobbler is a delicious way to use up the last of your frozen fruit and get a jump start on spring cleaning to make way for fresh produce to come.
Hosting Easter breakfast? This holiday-worthy, creamy casserole with Swiss and Parmesan cheese is best when prepared the night before.
Our bets are on this recipe. This casserole version of the classic Derby sandwich is fit for a crowd and will wow at your watch party, or just for weeknight dinner.
There's no better way to start seafood season than with the famous shrimp and grits. We've turned this classic into a casserole that will easily wow a crowd.
The thick of summer calls for smoky flavor and classic American comfort food in the midst of Independence Day. If you have leftover patties from the cookout, sub them in for this recipe's ground beef.
Take full advantage of summer harvests with this pasta bake that features fresh yellow squash, zucchini, grape tomatoes, and basil. Our brilliant readers love adding eggplant to this bright recipe, too. Genius!
Between school being back in session and the temperature slowly but steadily dropping, September calls for comfort food. This take on a pot pie is like a warm hug with Cheddar cheese biscuits rather than crust.
With fall in full swing, we want something filling and comforting as the air gets cooler. Enter this dish, a delightful twist on mac and cheese that incorporates one of our favorite Southern foods: pimiento cheese .
Say goodbye to your usual sweet potato casserole and kick things up a notch with an upgraded topping made from pecans, cereal, and mini marshmallows. This version that has sweetness and crunch in spades.
Wake the crew up to a big batch of Overnight Eggnog French Toast Casserole on Christmas morning to start the holiday on a high note. To all the holiday hostesses, this make-ahead festive breakfast is our gift to you.