These delicious vegetable casseroles are perfect for your next potluck or holiday party.

A casserole is basically anything that’s cooked in a ‘casserole’ dish. Usually it would be meat and/or vegetables with some sort of saucy binder, melding all the ingredients together to form one meal.

This is how it differs from a soup or a stew, these tend to have a lot more liquid and are usually cooked on the stove top or crockpot. Often you’d serve stews with something like mashed potato, whereas a casserole can easily be a stand alone meal.

They often have creamy or cheesy sauces, but lower calorie versions can easily be substituted by using ingredients like silken tofu.

Below you’ll find a selection 24 vegetable casserole recipes, see which one catches your eye!

1. Make Ahead Creamy Vegetable Casserole

Anything with the words ‘make ahead’ catches our interest. Dinner is such an important meal but it can be so difficult to have time to make one when you’re working. With Lord Bryon’s Kitchen’s help, you can have this creamy vegetable casserole ready to go on a weeknight.

2. Cheesy and Creamy Broccoli and Cauliflower Casserole

What goes better with vegetables than cheese? Absolutely nothing. This combination is divine. Diethood shows us how to perfectly pair broccoli and cauliflower in a delicious creamy, cheesy sauce and bake it to perfection.

3. Vegetable Casserole With Ritz Topping

The key with any vegetable casserole is what you add to it, equating to how you make the flavor more interesting. The Cozy Cook decides to add a nice crunch to their vegetable casserole by showing us how to create a fabulous topping using crushed ritz crackers.

4. Mixed Vegetable Casserole

Creative Healthy Family takes a medley of vegetables and shows us how to create a full meal with them. It’s a very loose guide, which is great if you want to throw dinner together from food on hand but want a guideline. They actually give you 10 different options for various combinations that work really nicely, for example, portobello mushrooms and spinach or green beans and mushrooms, and then suggest various add ins.

5. Cheesy Broccoli Casserole

Cream of chicken soup gives this delicious casserole that creamy edge. It’s easy to just take the broccoli and add cheese, but Num’s The Word knows better than that. The best casseroles are the indulgent, saucy ones. The added egg helps thicken the soup into a sauce, and the ritz crackers on top add a delightful crunch.

6. Layered Zucchini Casserole

Salty Side Dish teaches us how to layer tomatoes and zucchini to create a lasagna alternative to ground beef and pasta sheets. Of course basil and oregano are key ingredients to produce that delicious Italian flavor, but you definitely won’t be missing the meat and will certainly be asking for more.

7. Cheesy Fiesta Corn Casserole

Holla fans of corn! The Kitchen Is My Playground makes an entire meal out of this tiny yellow vegetable. The prep time is 10 minutes, and if that hasn’t won you over, it’s filled with cheese and chopped pickled jalapenos. It can be eaten as is, or served on the side of something like a grilled chicken breast.

8. Baked Spinach Casserole

Looking for a way to get a big dose of iron and vitamin C without a supplement? This bake will give this to you for sure. Food Lovin’ Family uses the superfood spinach as its main ingredient, and adds cheese and cayenne pepper to make it more enticing but also more well-rounded so you’re not just eating straight up vegetables.

9. The Best Carrot Casserole

Who knew there was such a thing as a carrot casserole? Well, it turns out there is and Num’s The Word claims to have the best one! Onions, mustard and cheese give the carrots an edge in this recipe.

10. Mediterranean Vegetable Bake

She Loves Biscotti doesn’t exclusively share biscotti recipes, this mediterranean vegetable bake shows she likes to share a well-rounded experience of Italy! This casserole sees you layer thinly sliced tomatoes and potato, then top with cheese.

11. Vegetable Rice Casserole

If you prefer to add in some carbs to your dinner, Build Your Bite shares a vegetable and rice casserole. It requires fresh carrots to peel and chop, but other than that they suggest you just use frozen vegetables that you can dump in with no fuss. The recipe also calls for brown rice, so you get that nice dose of protein and fiber.

12. Corn, Broccoli and Brown Rice Casserole

Another one that adds in brown rice, increasing the nutrient level. Lord Bryon’s Kitchen suggests creamed corn and broccoli coupled with brown rice and a bunch of cheese. Seasoned with fresh parsley for a yummy flavor boost.

13. Cheesy Cabbage Casserole

If you must eat cabbage, it should be with cheese. Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen shows us how to take a bag of shredded cabbage and turn it into a whole meal, and one that isn’t a brothy soup. You’ll need a can of cream of celery, mushroom or chicken soup and can even add in a layer of ground beef if you want to.

14. Green Bean Casserole

Eating on a Dime shows that green bean casseroles aren’t just for Thanksgiving. The crispy fried onion topping is just to die for, it should never be omitted! The sauce is a creamy one made from cream of mushroom soup and milk.

15. Butternut Squash Casserole

Well Plated also adds kale to this butternut squash bake, giving you a healthy dose of the superfood veg. But the best part of this casserole is the topping. Not just breadcrumbs, but parmesan, sage, nutmeg, and butter.

16. Butternut Squash and Apple Casserole

Our Wasabi Life changes the flavor from the previous casserole by adding in apples to produce a sweeter flavor. Bacon and pecans are also added, giving you a dinner and dessert rolled into one kind of vibe.

17. Baked Potato Casserole

Sometimes you just can’t beat a loaded baked potato. This recipe from Easy Good Ideas helps us make it easier to serve this to the whole family in one go. Loaded with bacon, cream cheese, cheddar cheese, onion, and seasoning, it’s a winning dish.

18. Sour Cream and Onion Smashed Potato Casserole

Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen gives us a slightly more fancy version of the baked potato casserole, but smashing potatoes to a chunky consistency, and adding butter, seasoning, sour cream and onion. Yum!

19. Cheesy Au Gratin Potato Casserole

Paprika, thyme, dry mustard, and onion give this recipe from Simply Happenings a kick. Not just cheesy potatoes, but some beautiful flavors complementing the cheese. The cheesy sauce made with cheese, milk and flour really transforms the dish into an indulgent and satisfying dinner.

20. Potato Leek Casserole

Potato and Leek is such a classic combination, and The Midnight Baker agrees. Transforming it into a delicious casserole, this dish is almost like loaded mashed potatoes which are then baked. Bacon and parmesan are also added, taking the bake to the next level.

21. Sweet Potato Casserole

Shugary Sweets shares her recipe for a sweet potato casserole that will have you guessing whether you’re eating dessert or dinner. While this recipe doesn’t include marshmallows, there are pecans and a brown sugar crumb topping, and the sweet potato is whipped and smooth.

22. Stuffed Mushroom Casserole

Let’s face it, stuffing individual mushrooms to serve as an appetizer is way too much effort. This stuffed mushroom casserole from Dinner Then Dessert provides all of the greatness of a stuffed mushroom, at a fraction of the effort. This dish will be gone first at your next dinner party for sure!

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23. Pizza Breakfast Bubble Up

The peppers and tomatoes are vegetables so technically this counts as a vegetable casserole! As with all the best vegetable dishes, copious amounts of cheese is highly recommended. If you want to keep it meat-free stick to purely vegetables for your ‘pizza’ casserole, if not, feel free to add ingredients like pepperoni too.

24. Asparagus Casserole

My Therapist Cooks keeps it simple with cheese, mayo, and asparagus in this easy casserole recipe. The sauce is made from browned onions, flour (or cornflour if you are keeping it gluten-free), and milk. It’s all then baked together to create that iconic melded together casserole texture.

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