Casseroles Easy And Low Cost
When a piping hot casserole comes out the oven, it reminds us of tradition and family, warmth and nourishment.
Unfortunately, our family heirloom recipes can come with a heavy dose of fat and calories. These 10 recipes are slimmed down—both for your waistline and your wallet, as each dish costs less than per serving (some are even less than per serving!).
Find a favorite new casserole now!
Golden brown and crusty on the outside, warm and cheesy on the inside, this macaroni and cheese bake is absolute perfection. Reduced-fat cheese keeps each serving less than 300 calories, but you'll never tell from the rich taste. Best part? It's freezer-friendly! Pop the entire casserole or leftovers in the freezer and thaw when you're ready to eat. See the full recipe!
Looking for new ways to cook with ground turkey (besides those tried-and-true turkey burgers)? Discover a satisfying, low-cal dish that combines turkey with a colorful array of veggies. Mix in high-fiber brown rice and this one-skillet dish leaves you only one pan to clean—hooray! See the full recipe!
Nothing tastes better than a flaky, buttery pie crust, especially when filled with tender chicken, fresh veggies, and a thick and creamy gravy. Slice all the vegetables in thin strips for a melt-in-your-mouth experience with each bite. This recipe's freezer-friendly, too! See the full recipe!
Perfect as an entrée or side dish, this south-of-the-border corn casserole is just the right balance of sweet and spicy. With a crumbly, corn muffin top and a creamy center, each bite is heavenly. To keep it low in fat and calories, this recipe goes light on dairy by swapping heavy cream for yogurt. Here's another one that's safe for your freezer, too! See the full recipe!
One look at this cozy, comfort food pie will have your mouth watering. Topped with a thick layer of cheesy-buttermilk potato crust and loaded with tender lamb and easy-to-cook frozen vegetables, this will be a recipe you'll want to repeat time and again. See the full recipe!
Revive this classic Thanksgiving recipe by giving it a new twist on flavor. Here, crispy onion rings decorate the top of this green bean and mushroom soufflé. Pair this side dish with meat loaf or burgers when you're craving French fries and onion rings—but want a healthier alternative. See the full recipe!
Simplicity is key in this light and lovely chicken and broccoli dish. Covered in a rich, cream-based sauce and topped with melted cheese, the dish comes out golden and bubbling with just a hint of curry to tingle your taste buds. See the full recipe!
A casserole can never have too many layers, especially if each one brings a unique flavor. Here, a black bean and Monterey Jack cheese mixture complements a spicy tomato salsa puree, separated by layers of soft tortillas. Topped with mozzarella, sour cream, and cilantro, this Mexican fiesta is finger-lickin' good—and freezer-friendly! See the full recipe!
With only four ingredients, this delicious side dish couldn't be easier to throw together. Perfect alongside poultry, this recipe doctors up frozen spinach with creamy ricotta and crumbled feta cheese.
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