I think that I managed to pack all of the season’s best fresh veggies and herbs into one cheesy casserole! This Dump-and-Bake Summer Pasta with Corn, Zucchini, Tomatoes, and Chicken is a quick, light, and easy dinner that your family will love. It’s so simple and so fast because you don’t even have to boil the pasta! Just stir the ingredients together in one dish and pop it in the oven!
Aunt Bee’s healthy Cheesy Turkey, Tomato and Zucchini Casserole is full of fresh Italian flavors for an easy dinner that the entire family can enjoy! The freezer-friendly one dish meal combines vegetables, lean protein, and brown rice in a simple and wholesome prep-ahead supper.
This Dump-and-Bake Aloha Chicken and Rice is an entire dinner that cooks in one dish! With just 10 minutes of prep you can stir together uncooked rice, raw chicken, and a sweet-and-savory sauce that’s finished with crispy bacon. It’s an easy weeknight meal that the entire family will love!
This recipe for Baked Ham and Cheese Omelet was originally published in July, 2014. It was updated in April, 2017. We love this Baked Ham and Cheese Omelet so much that I decided to just go ahead and list the Top 5 Reasons that you have to make it ASAP! 1. First of all, this Baked Ham and…
There’s no need to boil the pasta! Just dump-and-bake these simple ingredients for an easy Kentucky Hot Brown Casserole that’s loaded with turkey, bacon, tomatoes, and a creamy sauce. Perfect for weeknight dinners and Derby Day celebrations!
Think that you don’t have time to cook a healthy dinner at the end of the day? Think again! This 4-Ingredient Chicken Quesadilla Casserole comes together in just 5 minutes — no prep work necessary! It’s the ultimate family-friendly dinner to make your busy weeknights just a little bit easier.
How about an easy dinner that the family will love?! There’s no need to boil pasta, chop veggies, or cook any meat for this 10-minute Dump-and-Bake Sloppy Joe Casserole! Just stir together all of the raw ingredients, pop it in the oven, and you’ll have a simple, one dish meal that brings the family together around the table…even on your busiest weeknights!
Just 10 minutes of prep for this freezer-friendly, easy dinner: King Ranch Chicken Casserole! It’s a one dish meal that the whole family loves!
Garlic Parmesan Zucchini Casserole is an easy side dish recipe that comes together in just minutes! It’s the best way to get kids to eat their veggies!
This Dump-and-Bake Shrimp Etouffee is an easy dinner that cooks entirely in one dish and requires only 10 minutes of prep! It’s a perfect Southern Cajun seafood dinner for Mardi Gras!
This Salisbury Steak is classic comfort food! The healthy recipe can be prepared in the slow cooker or baked in the oven for an easy dinner on busy nights!
The entire dinner — bell peppers, onions, chicken, and quinoa — goes into ONE dish raw. Add some sauce and seasoning, give it a stir, and an hour later…a dinner masterpiece!
Just 10 minutes of prep for this easy low-carb dinner: Dump-and-Bake Zucchini Pizza Casserole. Seriously — the best way to get kids to eat their vegetables!
Mollie’s Dump-and-Bake Chicken Rice Casserole is an entire dinner that cooks in one dish with only 5 minutes of prep. The brown rice, green beans, and chicken are baked together in a creamy sauce and topped with cheese and breadcrumbs at the end.
You only need 10 minutes of prep for this Tuna Noodle Casserole — an easy dinner that’s so good it’s truly unforgettable!
Best of all, the Cornbread Casserole is a complete meal in one pan. You don’t have to scramble to pull together a side dish or veggies at the last minute, since the filling is loaded with plenty of bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, and corn. A small amount of leftover (or rotisserie) chicken goes a long way and adds a protein boost; or you can substitute a can of beans for the meat and create a vegetarian option. It’s cheesy, it’s sweet, it’s tangy, it’s filling, it’s comforting, and it’s finished with a delicious cornbread crust!
We have this routine on Friday nights. It’s an end-of-the-week treat that makes all of us very happy (for various reasons), and it always involves pizza.
You see, we live in the middle of nowhere, so meal delivery options are non-existent (that’s right — we don’t even have a single restaurant or fast food joint that will bring food to our doorstep)! Instead, if we want to dine out, we can either drive 30-45 minutes to the nearest bigger town, or we can rely on a few little restaurants that we have in Madison for the basics. Fortunately for our pizza-loving family, two of the local options specialize in Italian food AND do a nice carry-out business.
And when it comes to a more simplified approach to cooking and feeding my family, the baked omelet has been an absolute favorite around here. I can spend 5 minutes on a weekend whisking together some ingredients, and then I have a quick and nourishing breakfast to get me through the week. I just keep it in the refrigerator and reheat the squares in the microwave for about 30 seconds when I need a quick meal.
The monkey bread comes together in just 10 minutes, it can sit in the refrigerator overnight (or you can bake it immediately), and it will be warm from the oven 30 minutes later — at exactly the time your kids finish digging through their stockings and the hunger pangs strike! This crowd-pleasing breakfast casserole is a holiday morning treat that just might set the stage for one of your family’s new traditions, too!
When the holiday is over, the last thing that any of us will want to do is stand in the kitchen the next day to slave over a hot meal. Instead, we need something that comes together in a matter of minutes, that uses common pantry staples, and that the whole family will actually eat. With just 15 minutes of prep, this Leftover Turkey Casserole is Aunt Bee’s answer to your post-holiday blues!
This particular Taco Casserole is so fast and easy that you can practically make it in your sleep! With just 10 minutes of prep, you can serve a complete healthy meal that cooks in one dish — Salsa Rice with Cheesy Turkey Meatballs and all of the toppings. Best of all, you’ll feel like Super Mom when your over-tired children (and husband) gobble it up without even a fuss…and then happily shuffle right back upstairs for BED.
There’s an apple and squash bake that my mom makes every year for Thanksgiving. It’s really good. Like…really REALLY good. So good, that it’s been on the holiday menu every single year that I’ve been alive (that’s 37 years, for those of you who are counting). But this Easy Apple and Sweet Potato Casserole with a rich, buttery streusel topping is not that dish…
You don’t even have to boil the pasta for this easy Dump-and-Bake Chicken & Ravioli in Alfredo Sauce! With only 5 simple ingredients and about 5 minutes of prep, family dinners don’t get much better!
This cozy Chili Crescent Roll Bake is an easy dinner that’s ready in 30 minutes! A hearty beef and corn chili is topped with a cheesy Cheddar crescent roll crust for a comfort food casserole that the whole family will love!