8 Casseroles Every Mom Should Know

This classic casserole is better than ever with its creamy filling and crunchy potato chip topping. It'll bring a burst of nostalgia to your family today.

Tuna Noodle Casserole

This quick casserole uses a time-saving trick: canned biscuits! But don t worry, the homemade gravy, eggs, and cheese are sure to keep everyone very impressed.

Biscuits and Gravy Casserole

There's something about beef-filled tortillas smothered in a blanket of cheese and sauce that just has everyone coming back for more. You can use canned enchilada sauce to keep this recipe easy to do.

Beef Enchiladas

This ooey-gooey, cheesy casserole will be a hit with even the pickiest of eaters. Yes, getting your family to eat their broccoli is easy when it's paired with cheese and Ritz crackers.

Broccoli and Cracker Casserole

No need to wait for the holidays to enjoy a classic stuffing. This recipe takes those familiar flavors, plus shredded chicken to make a comforting weeknight dish.

Chicken and Stuffing Casserole

This Southern classic is light as a cloud thanks to sour cream and corn muffin mix. It s also slightly sweet and spicy from the creamed corn, fresh corn kernels, and chopped jalapeños throughout.

Corn Souffle

Make this old-school favorite when you're craving something comforting and hearty. Along with the beef and pork-stuffed cabbage, there's a sweet and tangy no-cook sauce.

Stuffed Cabbage Casserole

This creamy baked spaghetti dish is packed with bits of salty ham, green peas, and hearty mushrooms. Plus, the crunchy panko breadcrumb topping ensures it's full of texture in every bite.

Ham Tetrazzini