Our freezer-friendliest chicken recipe makes one casserole that will serve 4 tonight, plus a second meal to freeze and pull out when you're in a pinch.
Our favorite scalloped potatoes recipe is a must-make dish for holiday meals and other celebrations. We simmer thinly sliced Yukon gold potatoes with milk and cream. Then we transfer the mixture to a casserole dish, add Gruyère cheese, and bake. The scalloped potatoes are finished under the broiler for a delicious, crispy top. Not only is this rich potato side dish a crowd pleaser, it's a winner for the cook as it can be assembled ahead of time and baked when you're ready to eat.
Sage adds a savory note to sweet-potato casserole. Best of all: It can be made two days before the meal.
This nostalgic dish evokes the Old School casseroles your grandmother used to make—but in easy mode to make it quick, delicious, and great for a weeknight. Rotisserie chicken and precooked rice (or leftover rice) are combined with easy-prep veggies and baked with a flour-thickened broth that has a little sour cream added for creaminess.
Mashed potatoes are enriched with butter, sour cream, cream cheese, and raclette for this decadent fondue-inspired casserole. Crispy potato skins roasted with garlic and sage make an ingenious garnish.