These Thanksgiving casserole recipes are a must-have at any Thanksgiving table. Not only are they all crazy delicious, but they're also simple to make, so the busy holiday will be a whole lot easier!
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Easy Thanksgiving Casseroles
Thanksgiving is the perfect meal for casseroles. I mean, they're warm and comforting and are perfect for feeding a crowd. So if you're looking for what casseroles to make for your Thanksgiving dinner, you've come to the right place!
This list has some of our most popular casseroles that happen to be perfect for the big holiday meal. Plus, these recipes are particularly easy to make, and the majority of them can be made ahead of time. That means less stress and time in the kitchen!
Also, all of them are totally family-approved. I've served these casseroles to my family and friends countless times, and each one is always a hit. So no matter which ones you make, they're sure to be a crowd-pleaser!
1. Sweet Potato Crunch Casserole
Kicking off our list is this traditional sweet potato casserole. It has everything you love about a sweet potato casserole, but I elevate the flavor by adding an incredible brown sugar pecan topping for an addictive crunch. You can get the recipe here.
2. Sweet Potato Casserole with Canned Yams
Now, a lot of people prefer marshmallows on top of their sweet potatoes. So if that's you, you have to make this recipe! It has an ultra-smooth filling that's made with canned yams, so the process is much easier and quicker, taking just 5 minutes to prepare! Of course, it has that classic marshmallow topping, and I add chopped pecans for the perfect texture. Check out the recipe here.
3. Artichoke Casserole
This artichoke casserole is one of our most popular casseroles on the blog. My grandma always used to make stuffed artichokes growing up, and I was obsessed with them. So I turned her stuffed artichokes into a casserole, and it's amazing! The best part, though, has to be that it takes just 5 minutes to prepare! You can get the recipe for it here.
4. Velveeta Broccoli Casserole
Broccoli is one of those veggies everyone loves, but even if someone in your family doesn't typically eat broccoli, they'll be obsessed with this casserole. From the cheesy and creamy sauce to the tender broccoli and buttery Ritz cracker topping, each bite tastes better than the last. Check out the recipe here.
5. Jiffy Corn Casserole
Another staple at any Thanksgiving feast is some type of corn dish, and this casserole deserves to be that dish this year. It has a perfect creamy filling with a crisp crust on top for an addictive texture. The best part, you only need 5 ingredients to make it! Check it out right now here.
6. Corn Casserole with Cream Cheese
Now, that casserole recipe above uses Jiffy corn muffin mix, and some people aren't a fan of that. So I've got one that's made without it! This has a creamier filling thanks to the cream cheese, with a little spice from some diced jalapenos and a ton of cheesiness from the cheddar cheese. It's super quick to make, too, taking just 30 minutes! You can get the recipe here.
7. Macaroni Corn Casserole
Continuing the corn theme is this one with macaroni. It's basically the most delicious mac and cheese ever, with crispy bacon, tender corn, and crunchy bread crumbs. This recipe is a huge hit with kids, especially the picky eaters! You can get the recipe here.
8. Twice Baked Potato Casserole
Regular mashed potatoes are a classic, but change it up this year with this recipe! It has all of the best parts of loaded twice-baked potatoes, but it's made in a casserole dish, so it's really convenient to make ahead! Check out the recipe here.
9. Green Bean Casserole with Tater Tots
Is it really Thanksgiving without a classic green bean casserole? I don't think so, and that's why this one with ground beef, tater tots, and cheese always has a spot at the Cunningham Thanksgiving table. It takes green beans to a heartier level, so it's perfect for feeding a crowd. Here is the recipe.
10. Brussels Sprouts Casserole
Brussels sprouts typically aren't the highlight of a meal, but they will be with this recipe! The savory brussels are mixed in a creamy, cheesy sauce with crispy bacon and more cheese on top. It's seriously addictive, but the best part about the recipe is it's ready in under 30 minutes! You can check the recipe out here.
11. Spinach Casserole
Add some fresh greens to your Thanksgiving meal with this casserole. It's pretty much the best creamed spinach ever, elevated with the addition of cheddar and feta cheese and crunchy bread crumbs. Get the recipe here.
12. Mixed Vegetable Casserole
All of those vegetable casseroles above are delicious, and if you can't pick which one to make, go with this mixed veggie one. It has a variety of veggies coated in a rich cream of mushroom soup sauce with a cheesy, crunchy cracker topping. Since it's made with frozen veggies, it takes minimal time to make and is ready in about 30 minutes! Check it out here.
13. Pineapple Casserole
If you're looking for a sweet addition to all of the savory elements of a classic Thanksgiving meal, you have to make this pineapple casserole. It's made with only 6 ingredients, and you just have to mix the ingredients together, assemble the casserole, and bake. So it's perfect if you need something that takes minimal effort! Here is everything you need to make it.
14. Vidalia Onion Casserole
I know what you're thinking, how could onions be a side dish? Well, with this recipe, they totally can! It combines sauteed sweet onions in a rich cream sauce with buttery Ritz crackers on top. A great part about this recipe is you only need a few simple ingreidents to make it. If you have the onions, I guarantee you have everything else you need! Get the recipe here.
15. Mushroom Casserole
Rounding out our list of easy Thanksgiving casserole recipes is another not-so-common casserole that makes a terrific Thanksgiving side. The savory, herby mushrooms are coated in melted cheese for a simple yet delicious casserole everyone will enjoy! Last but not least, get the recipe here.