Casseroles are the perfect recipe for this time of year. Easy to make, simple ingredients, warm, and hearty – casseroles are ideal whether they are being served at a holiday meal or just a Wednesday evening dinner throughout the fall and winter.
From our table to yours, we hope you’ll keep your family warm, full, and happy all autumn and winter long with the help of some of our favorite casserole recipes.
Green bean casserole is an American favorite at the dinner table, whether it is a side dish or the main course. This recipe puts a little Randall Beans twist on the classic dish by adding some great northern beans to the party along with some creamy mushrooms.
Making the topping yourself with panko breadcrumbs and crispy thin onions is definitely the way to go too! It makes for a crispier, crunchier, and more flavorful topper that is oh-so-important for a perfect green bean casserole. This recipe is perfect all year long, but you should also keep it in mind come Thanksgiving time since green bean casserole and Thanksgiving go together like peanut butter and jelly.
There are certain flavors that just taste like autumn, aren’t there? Whether it is pumpkin spice or cranberry sauce, one that rings true for us is sage! This tremendously flavorful herb goes great in lots of autumn recipes like stuffing and turkey. So, a casserole with sage at center stage should be an instant classic!
This recipe from Rachel Shultz on Homemaking certainly fits the bill. Sausage, a couple of jars of Randall Beans great northern beans, sage, and homemade breadcrumbs helps form a cohesive casserole that is bursting with fall flavors. She even adds a splash of apple juice for some sweetness to stand out. This recipe is another one perfect for fall and winter holiday dinners.
How about some casserole for breakfast? That’s right, you don’t have to just be limited to enjoying casserole for dinner. In fact, a casserole is a simple way to feed a crowd with a hearty and filling breakfast.
This Randall Beans original stacks up eggs, sausage (or chorizo), cheese, peppers, herbs, and Randall Beans pinto beans in between layers of tortillas for a south-of-the-boarder, huevos rancheros take on a casserole. We called for pinto beans, but customize it however you like with black beans, great northern beans, and even kidney beans.
A terrific meal doesn’t have to be complicated, and this recipe from Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen is a great example of that! This one-pot skillet casserole combines simple yet delicious ingredients into a cheesy Tex-Mex dinner treat that is a major family pleaser.
One-pot casseroles cut down on clean up after the meal, leaving you more time at the dinner table and less time in the kitchen. It even makes for great leftovers so you can have it again and again throughout the week. She recommends long-grain rice for the best results and some chorizo instead of regular sausage for a little extra kick. Don’t forget to add a 15.4oz jar of Randall Beans pinto beans too!
Want more fabulous casserole recipes for the fall to help make dinner time a little simpler? Grab your free copy of our Fall Casserole and Cassoulet cookbook! It is loaded with recipes like these and so many more. It is the ultimate, must-have recipe collection for autumn home-cookin’.