You’re off the hook when it comes to the Thanksgiving turkey this year since you’ve been invited to join family or friends at their annual feast. But you’ve been asked to bring a side dish, and you’re tired of the traditional green-bean casserole, macaroni and cheese and candied yams. Fortunately, Yofreesamples has scoured some of the best casserole recipes on the Web, and compiled our favorites just for you.
Broccoli and Cauliflower Casserole
This scrumptious broccoli and cauliflower casserole is a classic favorite that combines the two vegetables with cheese, rice and cream of chicken soup.
Green Bean and Artichoke Casserole
Martha Stewart adds some flare to a Thanksgiving favorite by combining fresh green beans with garlic and cayenne pepper.
Another take on a broccoli casserole that includes ingredients likely to already be in your pantry: cream of mushroom soup, cheese and Ritz crackers.
Cheesy Ham and Hashbrown Casserole
A common breakfast favorite that’s also great on a Thanksgiving spread, the cheesy ham and hashbrown casserole is simple to make with frozen hash browns, two cheeses, diced ham and cream of potato soup.
Spicy Sausage and Rice Casserole
Impress fellow Thanksgiving diners with this spicy and tomatoey sausage and rice dish!
This Southern classic squash casserole is sure to impress with its use of squash, cheese, eggs and buttery cracker crumbs.
Cornflake Sweet Potato Casserole
Forget traditional candied yams, this version of a sweet potato casserole uses cornflakes, pecans and brown sugar, combined with marshmallows, on top for a sweet and crunchy treat.
Zuchini, Squash and Corn Casserole
Why serve squash and corn separately at Thanksgiving dinner when they can be combined into one scrumptious casserole, complete with bread-crumb topping?