Summer is on it’s last leg, fall is right around the corner and the time to get out sweaters and hoodies upon us. Fall is my favorite season of the year, I love the crisp weather and changing leaves. There’s nothing better on a chilly night than sitting down to a hot home-cooked meal – and casseroles, for me, are where it’s at.
These 6 casseroles are some of my all time favorite comfort foods. From pasta to Mexican and everything in between, pin these recipes for some inspiration that you’ll be looking for throughout this season. 🙂
This recipe is one of the first I posted, and it’s one of the most popular to date. It’s basically a deconstructed cabbage roll remade as a casserole with the addition of some extra spices and cheese. It’s SO good, it’s so comforting and super easy to make. It’s a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
This casserole has all the flavor of delicious tacos layered into one simple dish. It’s the perfect bring-along to any potluck or gathering, and I guarantee you it will be the first empty dish. Super easy to make and full of flavor, it’s the perfect Mexican-inspired comfort food.
This is an ideal dish for a busy weekday. You can just throw everything into your slow cooker in the morning, then you come home to a rich and creamy, super flavorful dinner. Not only is it easy, but it’s absolutely delicious.
This is probably one of my all time favorite dinners. There’s something about the combination of the cream sauce with the broccoli and chicken that’s just absolutely amazing. I make this dinner all the time when it’s chilly out and I always find it comforting and so easy to eat.
This dish is inspired by a classic Italian Tetrazzini. There are some modifications and it’s certainly ‘Americanized’, but it really really works. It’s also very easy to make – there’s a video on the website you can follow – and again, it will be devoured in minutes, I assure you. 😉
Who doesn’t love Mac ‘n Cheese? It’s probably the most common comfort food there is. This casserole adds protein to the dish and the result is amazing. It’s rich and creamy and hearty – the perfect fall dinner. 🙂