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The Unofficial Guide to State Casseroles: 50 Casserole Recipes Across America

Eat your way across the United States without leaving your own home!

By: Natalie Taylor, Editor, AllFreeCasseroleRecipes.com
The Unofficial Guide to State Casseroles 50 Casserole Recipes Across America

Because the United States is such a massive country, it can be easy to lose sight of what makes each state unique.

Every state has an official state food or a dish that it's famous for, which is why we have created this collection, The Unofficial Guide to State Casseroles. These easy casserole recipes will show you new ways to enjoy the official state foods of each state. Learn what each state brings to the table by following this comprehensive collection of casserole recipes.

If you're interested in learning what makes each state unique, use our guide as a fun way to cook your way across the USA! We've included every state from A to Z as we take you on a culinary tour of America. So, choose a state and start cooking!

Casseroles from Alabama to Georgia

These casserole recipes feature many different types of ingredients from salmon to peaches. Sample these recipes from Alabama to Georgia and enjoy a culinary tour of America.

  • Crab Pasta Casserole

    Delaware - Soft shelled crabs are a popular menu item for dinner, so this Crab Pasta Casserole is sure to be a hit.

  • Funeral Sandwich Casserole

    Florida - These baked sliders are inspired by the Cuban sandwich. The Cuban cultural influence in Florida makes this a hugely popular food throughout the state.

Casseroles from Hawaii to Maryland

From deep dish pizza, to Amish food, to shrimp and grits, and even pineapple casserole, these casserole recipes will give you a taste of what each state is famous for!

  • Amish Ground Beef and Noodle Casserole

    Indiana - This state is home to the third largest Amish population in the world. Enjoy this beef and noodle casserole to get a taste for the simpler things in life.

Casseroles from Massachusetts to New Jersey

These states are known for everything from growing blueberries, hosting "All You Can Eat" buffets, to housing the headquarters of Campbell's. Tour the country with the help of these easy casserole recipes.

  • Blueberry Banana Overnight French Toast Casserole

    Michigan - Blueberries are grown in Michigan, which makes this French toast casserole the perfect tribute to the state.

  • Classic Minnesota Hot Dish

    Minnesota - Hot dish recipes are hugely popular in the state of Minnesota. Tater tots, ground beef, and green beans make this a comforting classic.

  • Southern Collard Greens and Grits Casserole

    Mississippi -  Popular throughout the South, collard greens and grits combine in this casserole to make one delicious dish.

  • Cattle Drive Casserole

    Montana - One of the largest industries in Montana is cattle, and this ground beef casserole will satisfy even the hungriest of cowboys.

  • Beefy Bierock Casserole

    Nebraska - Sometimes also called a Runza, Bierocks are bread pockets made of bread dough that are a hugely popular dinner recipe in Nebraska. Try the casserole version of this state recipe!

Casseroles from New Mexico to South Carolina

Here you'll find recipes inspired by official state foods such as beans, sweet potatoes, pears, and even okra. These easy recipes for casseroles highlight the specialties of each state.

  • 5-Ingredient Buffalo Chicken Pasta Bake

    New York - Buffalo sauce originaled in Buffalo, New York, and the flavorful sauce has since been incorported in many different types of recipes.

  • Johnny Marzetti Pasta Casserole

    Ohio - This pasta casserole recipe created at the Marzetti family restaurant has become an important piece of Ohio's state history.

  • Southern Okra Parmesan Casserole

    Oklahoma - Fried okra is a very popular side dish in Oklahoma and this recipe takes the goodness of that recipe and makes it into a casserole.

  • Cheese Steak Pasta Casserole

    Pennsylvania - When you think of Pennsylvania, the first thing you probably think of is the Philly Cheesesteak. This recipe makes that classic sandwich recipe into a pasta casserole.

Casseroles from South Dakota to Wyoming

Maple syrup, Virginia ham, funeral potatoes, and even cheese curds all hail from these states. These states may be at the end of the alphabet, but they don't have to signify the end of your culinary tour across America!

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do you have a dish for Maine?

Hi judymo, yes we do! We've included a Lobster Pot Pie recipe above. You can find it in the section called "Casseroles from Hawaii to Maryland". I hope that helps!

This is so fun and inspiring! I love learning about which foods are popular in other states!

What a great way to try new dishes! They all look amazing.

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