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Here's a great casserole for one. Bacon and eggs, plus other ingredients you probably have on hand, go into this dynamite breakfast. Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Casserole is definitely a good recipe to have on hand because it's a simple breakfast dish that you can make anytime. It can easily be doubled if you want to serve more people, too.
Brussels Sprouts Gratin may turn you into a Brussels sprouts fan if you're not one already. The Brussels sprouts are roasted and covered in a thick and creamy sauce. Add crispy, homemade croutons and Parmesan cheese, broil, and you're done! This is an intimate side dish for two (or side dish for one if you're a huge Brussels sprouts fan). This is definitely a great way to eat your veggies.
If you take all of your favorite cheeseburger ingredients and put them into a casserole, you'll wind up with this lovely recipe for Cheeseburger Casserole Bowls. They're fun, they're easy, and they're a welcome twist to a classic cheeseburger. Other recipes with ground beef simply aren't as fun. Put this meal for two on the menu for your next dinner and enjoy.
Cheesy Brussels Sprout Casserole for two, coming up. This Brussels sprouts recipe is simple but not boring. A few different types of veggies are throw in with the rice to make it a healthy side dish casserole. The prep work is easy and doesn't take very long. If you'd like to serve this to a family of four or a larger family, double or quadruple the recipe. Enjoy this colorful and nutritious casserole.
Recipes using quinoa are typically heart healthy. This Cheesy Quinoa Asparagus Bake sure is. Quinoa substitutes rice or pasta for a lower-carb meal. Asparagus adds nutrition while breadcrumbs add a crunch. This dish is cheesy, but due to low fat milk and cheese. You can make this as a side or a light vegetarian meal. It's so good.
Fancy breakfasts don't always have to be complicated. Cherry Vanilla Baked Oatmeal is a fancy-looking (and delicious) baked oatmeal recipe but is quite simple to make. The vanilla bean adds a depth of flavor and the dried cherries add an extra dose of sweetness. It's a fun breakfast for the weekend or a special occasion. Valentine's Day? An anniversary? Just name the occasion and this oatmeal will hit the spot.
Risotto is a comfort food, so using it a casserole just makes sense. This particular chicken casserole recipe, Chicken and Veggie Risotto Bake, uses a store-bought risotto and veggie package as a short-cut, but you could also make it yourself. Green beans and chicken are added to the risotto, and the whole thing is topped with breadcrumbs. This makes two servings, so double it if you'd like to make it for a family of four.
Crab Couscous Casserole combines tender crab meat with flavorful couscous for a healthy and tasty baked seafood casserole. Oranges and fresh herbs add depth to the flavor, giving it just a little bit of an extra kick. Minimal preparation and cook time allows you to cook up something delicious in no time at all. This recipe serves two so make it for your next date night.
If you're in need of a comforting meal for two, then Creamy Broccoli Rice Casserole is the recipe for you. Rice serves as the base, while broccoli and cauliflower provide more substance. Cream of broccoli soup holds everything together. You'll love the cup of Cheddar cheese that tops it all off, as well as the added crunch from the panko breadcrumbs. Can you say "yum"?
When you're only cooking for two people, it's nice to have a handful of meals for two in your recipe arsenal. Creamy Noodles for Two is a perfect fit. This pasta casserole makes enough for two people without leftovers. It is incredibly easy and a definite comfort food. Throw in some ground beef, cream of chicken soup, onions, and peppers to make an excellent meal.
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