casseroles

Because let's be honest: The best part of any baked dish is the ooey, gooey melted cheese.
These delicious dishes serve many, and are a luxurious way to ease into your day.
Save time with these quick and easy, family friendly chicken recipes. Ready in 20 minutes or less!
Once all the rage at ladies luncheons, a quiche is now as popular as ever. And this light version is simple and sensational!
Cold nights are made for these warming one-dish dinners.
There are definitely recipes I reach for more often during the week because they pack flavor and take little to no time to
Short ingredient lists, minimal prep and quick cooking times make these the go-to recipes for evenings when you just want to eat, like, now.
Forget all the tortilla rolling, I've got a skinny twist that's easy to assemble and really, really good. This casserole has many of the same ingredients of a classic enchilada and some updated skinny ones.
aked rosemary chicken with apples is fast and easy to prepare and the whole family will love it! It's the perfect meal after a long, cold work day.
Gluten free green bean casserole that everyone can eat -- and love. We bet you'll think it's the best green bean casserole you've EVER had.
You can use a can of cream of celery soup or, if you're awesome, you can use my homemade cream of chicken soup substitute. It's easy and it's less goopy and gloppy and radioactive than the canned stuff.
When my husband and I first separated, I made a point of regularly posting pictures of myself on social media showing how fabulous my newly single life was. However, the real story was that I wasn't doing very well.
In the South there is a rather unique subculture that I like to refer to as "Dowagers of Death." These Dowagers are fascinating women... they are usually women, although a man could certainly qualify to join the ranks.
I immediately wanted to top all my casseroles and pasta bakes with a blanket of green broccoli snow. Or cauliflower. Or Romanesco! Heidi uses both broccoli and breadcrumbs in her creation, but I see no reason why you couldn't use broccoli alone. You could even combine it with some nuts and seeds to achieve an even crunchier texture.
The most popular protein in America is the star of this warm and bubbly one-pot dinner. Plus, four more baked dishes using
We love a bubbling casserole of pasta and cheese as much as you do, but there's a case to be made for shaking things up at