Skip the takeout and processed food. Instead, make these easy casserole recipes for dinner. They’re healthy. And, all you need is one pot.
There’s no need to time the ingredients since you’ll be putting all of them into the pot at once. This save s you the extra work, so you have time to do other more important things.
The healthy recipes below can be made for two or scaled up for the entire family. Plus, they combine protein, carbs and veggies. This lets you make sure you get all the nutrients you need.
This dish practically represents Mexican take-out, its just in bowl form and there’s no rice.
Instead, its got protein-rich quinoa, which is also gluten-free.
Pair this with some black beans and some high protein veggies, and you’ve got yourself a dinner for 1 for the whole week, dinner for 2 with enough leftovers for the following day, or a dinner for 4.
And it only costs you $10!
Another protein-rich dish, made with delicious fresh veggies and mouthwatering shrimp.
This can be on your table and ready to eat within 30 minutes!
And its simple to make; all you need is a cast iron skillet, a stove-top, and an oven and you’ll be ready to roll.
This one is perfect for those cold nights to help keep you warm and fill you up. Its perfect for new moms, someone who is sick and needs a little pick-me-up, or to serve at a dinner party!
You can prepare the chicken and other ingredients of your choosing beforehand, so this dish won’t take more than an hour to make total!
This is amazing if you’re on the Weight Watchers diet (as the name suggests), but anyone can try this delectable recipe.
This is perfect for football Sundays or an evening with friends and everyone will be impressed with not only the looks but the taste!
Feel free to sub out taco and pasta sauces out with fresh seasonings and veggies to boost the health benefits.
If you’re always busy on Sundays and want something that’s easy to heat up that the whole family will enjoy, this casserole is perfect.
This way, your kids won’t waste all your money on pizza and they’ll have a healthy dinner option that tastes good! Just be sure to get some before the rest of your family eats it all.
Are those opened cans of cream of chicken and cream of mushroom soups sitting in the back of your fridge, begging to be used?
This dish is the perfect way to do so.
Its made with milk instead of cream and doesn’t include cheese (but no one is stopping you from adding any – I would), it is on the lighter side of comfort food.
But the good news is that this can be ready and in your oven in less than 15 minutes!
You’re looking for a twist (literally), right? You’ve come to the right place.
Made with spiralized sweet potatoes, guajillo pepper sauce, and Pepper Jack cheese, you’ll have a dinner the whole family can enjoy.
And the portions are very generous, so you won’t feel like you’re restricting yourself.
For those who aren’t fans of quinoa, I promise you this isn’t your run of the mill tasteless health food.
In fact, it actually makes a pretty amazing dish, so you can stop running to your local supermarket for pre-made meals.
Serve this with any side of your choosing and you’ll have a delicious, hearty meal for lunch and dinner – even breakfast if you’re feeling a little wild.
Getting away from that gluten-filled pasta can be really good and we all know how hard it can be to eat vegetables (especially if you don’t happen to like them).
But, this dinner will make it easy for you.
Use grated zucchini and carrots to create a nice crispy base. It’ll look so good and cheesy you won’t be able to resist sticking your fork in.
Anyone can say that their casserole is the best, but trust me, this is one of the best.
It’ll easily become a Thanksgiving classic.
Making your own cream of mushroom soup makes all the difference with this recipe and you’ll never want to reach for another can again.
Plus, it only takes about 25 minutes to prepare and you can make it ahead of time!
This easy-to-make, hearty meal takes hardly any prep-time, so this is perfect for days when you’re exhausted and just don’t feel like cooking.
Prepare it ahead of time and let it bake for half an hour, then do whatever you want while you wait!
Recreating dishes to make a healthier alternative can be hard and never seems to do the real thing justice.
But this, made with fat-free cream of mushroom soup, ensures that your filling is warm and creamy, which makes for the perfect cool fall evening or cold winter night!
An essential recipe for fall time, this casserole is made with the best pumpkin puree to create a hearty sauce. It’s tossed in with some chicken and spinach, and baked to perfection.
The whole family will fall in love and will be begging you to make this every day of the week.
If you’re on the keto diet, it can be hard to find good conversions to all of your comfort food classics.
And when you do, all of those confusing ingredients will make you frustrated and want to give up.
Luckily for you, this recipe is hassle-free, and while it’s not an exact replica of the real thing, it’s pretty close and will make you forget that you missed all those carbs in the first place.