There are days when I want to try really complicated recipes to impress my family and friends. You know those are the birthdays, anniversaries, or special occasions that you want to be really special and stand out. However, most days I want something simple and delicious that I know my family will like and that I am not standing over the stove all day to prepare. That is why I absolutely love casseroles. You can mix several ingredients into one dish, bake it, and you have a delicious main dish or side ready to serve. Why don’t you try some — or all — of these wonderful dinner casserole recipes at your house this fall?
A perfect dish to make with left-over turkey is this creamy baked turkey with buttery Ritz crackers, parmesan and cream cheese, and mayonnaise.
Chicken and Rice Casserole-
Chicken and rice casserole is a Southern favorite, the recipe is usually passed down through generations and every Southern cook knows how to make it.
Shrimp Sausage Casserole-
Shrimp Cajun sausage casserole is true fall comfort food with onions, peppers, sausage, Cajun seasonings, and loaded with shrimp.
Corn Dog Casserole-
This is a casserole your kids and some of us big kids, too will love: corn dog casserole. It is filled with hot dogs wrapped in cornbread and topped with cheese. What kid wouldn’t love this?
Sweet Potato Casserole-
Lightened up sweet potato casserole has the same flavor as the classic casserole but with low fat sweetened condensed milk, egg whites instead of whole eggs, and less sugar.
Broccoli Cheese Casserole-
Broccoli cheese casserole is a delicious side dish that everyone seems to love with its creamy cheesy sauce.
Enchilada Casserole can be made with whatever meat you have on hand: chicken, beef, or even pork.
Squash casserole is a favorite of our family, with just a little heat from the cayenne.
Grandma’s Chicken Casserole-
Grandmother’s chicken casserole is easy to make and to take with you if you are traveling to someone else’s home for dinner. It is oh so wonderful with the buttery Ritz crackers and creamy soup added to the chicken.
Jalapeno Popper Casserole-
Jalapeño popper chicken is a delicious way to use left-over baked chicken. It tastes like a combination of jalapeño popper dip and chicken casserole.