Check out our top holiday casserole recipes featuring all the side dishes you need from green beans and broccoli to corn and potatoes.
Cheddar-Pecan Green Bean Casserole
Warm, bubbly casseroles are always a hit at holiday gatherings. If you're looking to take your classic green bean casserole
to a new level, add cheddar cheese and pecans. Plus, we found that mixing Japanese breadcrumbs (panko) and French fried onions
makes for a crisp, less greasy topping.
Take traditional broccoli casserole to new heights with sharp Cheddar cheese, water chestnuts, and a panko topping. "This
recipe is incredible," raves reviewer Erindipity75. "My husband swore it overshadowed the roast chicken and potatoes I served
it with." If your grocery store doesn't carry panko, check with a local seafood market, or substitute regular breadcrumbs.
The crunchy topping on this side-dish casserole gives way to a cheesy interior, resulting in a comfort food winner. A bonus
with this dish is that you can make the casserole ahead--assemble and refrigerate it until time to bake.
Cook outside the casserole box with this inventive gratin. Granny Smith apples lend seasonal flavor, while plenty of Swiss and Parmesan cheeses make
this dish a savory indulgence that all your guests are sure to love.
Enjoy all the flavor of savory squash casserole without the guilt! Reviewer Kim writes, "We used this in place of my mother's classic squash casserole for Christmas dinner
and it was excellent! Tasted very similar to her much higher-fat recipe, and even she had to admit that it was very good."
Layer cooked macaroni with butter, milk, two kinds of cheese, and a little cayenne for a spicy kick. Assemble this casserole ahead of time and
bake when ready to serve. User Alex suggests cooking it a little longer than suggested if you like the edges to get crispy
Creamy meets crunchy in this classic potato casserole. It's simple and can be prepared ahead of time and baked while you finish
prepping the rest of the holiday meal. Reviewer Llsuraven recalls, "I tried this recipe at Thanksgiving and everyone in my
family LOVED it. I am doing it again this Christmas...but I am adding water chestnuts to it!"
Creamy sweet potatoes topped with gooey marshmallows and crunchy cornflakes make this casserole a sweet holiday favorite.
Reviewer HBD2YHBD2Y recommends assembling the casserole the day before and adding the toppings just before cooking.
Baking vegetables into a casserole usually makes them more appealing to kids (and adults!), and this Brussels sprouts recipe is no exception: "Wow! Fantastic!"
raves reviewer Bostonsmaman. "We're not normally Brussels sprouts fans, but this dish was GONE!" Like the other casseroles,
this dish can be prepared ahead of time and refrigerated or frozen, then baked the day of your gathering.
The beauty of this recipe is its simplicity. All you'll need to do is combine the six ingredients in a bowl, pour the mixture
into a baking dish, and bake it for 45 minutes. Reviewer Wanda raves, "Surely lives up to its name—couldn't be easier! Nothing
to measure, just mix everything together and bake it! Will definitely make again...and it will probably become a Thanksgiving
Upgrade your go-to mashed potato recipe without adding any fuss. Start with frozen mashed potatoes and add eggs, cream cheese,
onion, and pimientos, then bake. Top the hot casserole with cheddar cheese and bake for about 10 more minutes, or until the cheese is melted.