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Category: Holiday and Event Casserole Recipes
Kids' Halloween parties are so much fun. Little ones get to dress up, eat yummy food, play scary games, and make cool crafts. 12 Food and Craft Halloween Party Ideas gives you 9 sweet Halloween-themed recipes as well as 4 Halloween crafts. Thank our friends at FaveCrafts.com for these cool ideas.
13 Fantastic Recipes with Pumpkin, When foods are in season, you want to make the most out of it. Our guide, 13 Fantastic Recipes with Pumpkin, provides many ideas for using pumpkin. If you only eat pumpkin in pumpkin pie, you're in for a real treat. From breakfast and snacks, to dinner and dessert, we've got it all. Not only do we have plenty of sweet pumpkin dishes, we have savory ones as well. So pick some pumpkins at the pumpkin patch or buy a few cans of pumpkin puree at the grocery store and get cooking!
Halloween is quickly approaching. Are you ready? I don't just mean do you have your costume planned. I mean, do you know what you're eating? We offer some great dessert recipes in 26 Halloween Recipe Ideas for a Spooky Night. We've got scary foods, ways to use up leftover candy, and great party foods. Along with that, we have some cool kids' crafts from our friends at FaveCrafts that would be fun to make at a Halloween party.
Seven layer Mexican dip is a classic party dip and appetizer. This recipe for 7 Layer Mexican Bean Dip is one that looks as good as it tastes. The layers include chicken, refried beans, brown rice, salsa, enchilada sauce, cheese, and black olives. Once they are layered, bake it in the oven until the cheese melts and begins turning brown. Then break open a bag of chips and enjoy.
If you're stumped on what to make the man (or men) in your life for Father's Day, look no further. He will love this Beefy BBQ Casserole. The recipe doesn't call for actual BBQ sauce because the tomato sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and other spices create a BBQ flavor that cannot be bottled. Cracker crumbs hold the casserole together and help to mix all of the smoky flavors. Give him a Father's Day meal he will never forget.
For a wonderful comfort or holiday dish, whip up some Creamy Spinach Gratin. The chopped spinach is surrounded in a rich and cheesy mixture from which it absorbs so many wonderful flavors. It has a relatively short cook time so you can pop it in the oven right before your meal. Pretty soon, it'll be a holiday favorite.
A name like, "Funeral Potatoes," might scare you a bit, but you have nothing to worry about. This is a cheesy potato casserole recipe that gets its name from the place where it is often served-funerals. It is also a great dish to have at Easter and can be made with or without a crunchy topping.
If you like easy holiday recipes, you'll love Grandma's 3 Ingredient Cauliflower Bake. This cheesy cauliflower casserole makes for a great make-ahead side dish for any holiday gathering. The cream of mushroom soup adds a little extra flavor depth as gooey cheese coats the entire dish. Refrigerate before baking if you're planning on making it a day ahead.
For a lightened up version of a holiday favorite, try this recipe for Green Bean Casserole with Mushrooms. One of the things that makes it healthier is that it's a green bean casserole recipe without canned soup. You make your own sauce with chicken broth. The best part of this recipe is the layer of crispy fried onions on top. Fry them yourself to make this dish the absolute best it can be.
If you're not a fan of mushrooms, Green Beans with Carmelized Onions and Toasted Almonds is the green bean casserole for you. The almonds give the dish a slight sweetness as well as a welcome crunch. The lack of cream of mushroom soup makes this dish light. It's the perfect side for a relatively heavy meal. Try it at your next Thanksgiving dinner.
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