Our 10 Absolute Easiest Casserole Recipes

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By nature casseroles are usually a pretty easy meal to pull off — it’s part of the reason we love them so much — but these 10 casseroles stand out from the crowd, big time. Some come together with just a handful of pantry ingredients, some require no upfront prep, and a few do all the heavy lifting for you. In addition to the warming comfort they always promise to deliver, this family-friendly lineup features the easiest casseroles we know how to make.

This casserole tastes just like the classic ground beef tacos you grew up with. Serve it as is, or use it as a topping for tacos salad or a bunch of tortilla chips, or stuff it inside a soft tortilla and roll it up.

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Assembled straight from the freezer, this light and fresh ravioli bakes up with the most irresistible lemony white wine sauce.

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Start with some pre-cooked chicken, frozen vegetables, and store-bought pie crust, and this recipes shows you once and for all that homemade pot pie can truly be an easy weeknight dinner.

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To keep this burrito-inspired breakfast casserole easy as can be, it starts with frozen potatoes, plus a can of beans and chopped green chiles. It’s the easiest solution we know for serving breakfast burritos to a crowd.

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Just like the classic you grew up with, this version is creamy, cheesy, and blissfully comforting.

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Here’s how to get your fill of smoky, veggie-packed enchiladas with absolutely no tortilla-rolling involved. Instead, sweet potato slices are simply layered with black beans, spinach, cheese, and enchilada sauce.

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This casserole is topped with one-bowl cream biscuits. I love these biscuits for how simple they are to pull together, but you can make dinner even easier by swapping them out for a tube of store-bought buttermilk biscuits.

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It’s not exactly the classic casserole, but it totally hits the craving for lasagna with its layers of pasta, sauce, and a double dose of cheese.

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This Paleo-friendly casserole includes a step for making your own BBQ sauce, but I usually stick with a bottle of my favorite store-bought stuff to make the prep faster and easier.

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This is weeknight comfort through and through. Burger night skips the buns in favorite of twisty noodles, coated in a cheesy, mustard-spiked sauce.

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