Amish casserole recipes probably aren’t something you think about often. But, honestly, you should.
Amish casseroles are where flavor and simplicity combine and flourish.
Comforting Amish Casserole Recipes
These recipes are always a hit with everyone who tries them.
Amish casseroles are loaded with fresh vegetables and don’t require many ingredients. Plus, they are incredibly hearty.
Oh, and they taste fantastic.
Every bite will transport you to a place of rustic charm and culinary bliss.
I enjoy Amish casserole recipes because they’re easy to make.
But they’re always crowd-pleasers.
Everyone around the table, from the youngest to the oldest, loves their simple charm.
Try them yourself!
This simple recipe requires six main ingredients and lots of seasonings.
You can have it ready to cook in 10 minutes. And on the table in another 35 after that.
It’s beefy, hearty, and perfect for weeknight dinners. Plus, you can double the recipe and freeze half for later!
It’s the ultimate in comfort and convenience.
Casseroles are a fast and filling option for any meal of the day. But they are especially ideal in the morning.
This yummy breakfast casserole is absolute proof of that.
It contains anything you could want for breakfast. Cheese, hash browns, bacon, sausage, onions, eggs, and more!
The best part is that there is no need to make all those foods separately. Just throw ‘em together and bake!
It is a hearty, delicious way to start the day.
This 35-minute casserole requires only ten ingredients and is effortless to make. It’s a cheesy pasta casserole with plenty of tender, juicy chicken.
This recipe is not fancy and does not have a lot of frills, but that’s okay.
Amish chicken casserole tastes just as good as any other option on the list.
This beefy, cheesy casserole is – dare I say it – downright decadent! We often think of Amish food as simple and maybe even bland.
That couldn’t be further from the truth!
This casserole has it all – loads of meat, plenty of veggies, and a creamy, sauce. It is also quite cheesy! YUM.
It takes a little over an hour to whip up. But it’s well worth the time and effort.
Get ready to enjoy corn casserole as you’ve never tried it before. It’s thick, creamy, buttery, and so tasty that it’ll make you weak in the knees.
It comes together in less than an hour and has a phenomenal cracker crumb topping. The topping provides the perfect amount of crunchiness.
It makes an excellent side dish but can also be the main course.
Tacos and pizza are not foods I typically associate with the Amish. Trying this casserole for the first time changed my mind about that.
It is a mishmash of both popular dishes – the best of both worlds.
It’s almost like a hearty taco salad. But there’s just enough tomato sauce and onion powder to taste the “pizza.”
Love pizza and tacos? (Who doesn’t?) Then, you will adore this recipe!
Have you ever had a Shepherd’s Pie? That’s what this nummy casserole reminds me of.
The filling is a hearty meat mixture reminiscent of meatloaf. The topping, though, is warm, rich, cheesy mashed potatoes.
It’s not exactly like a Shepherd’s Pie, but they are close enough to be cousins.
Want your family to eat more broccoli? Prepare it in this spectacular broccoli bake. It’s creamy, cheesy, herby, and buttery.
Honestly, with all the other ingredients, they may not even taste the broccoli. It’s the least impressive part of this comforting casserole.
So it is ideal for picky eaters!
I first tried this recipe because of its unique name.
After all, something called “Shipwreck Casserole” has to have an interesting backstory.
Unfortunately, that story is unclear.
Some claim the name comes from hungry sailors making meals from whatever food they had left.
Others say the name comes from the dish’s appearance. (It falls apart when you spoon it onto the plate. The result resembles a disastrous food shipwreck.)
Either way – and despite the mess – it is fabulously tasty.
The recipe is also versatile and easy to tweak to suit your tastes. And it is mega-convenient.
Toss all the ingredients in your Instant Pot, then let it do its thing. If you don’t have an Instant Pot, don’t worry. You can make it in the oven instead.
And that is probably more authentic to how the Amish make it.
Ham and cheese sandwiches are an American classic.
This recipe takes full advantage of that fact. Only it puts the ingredients together in a casserole instead.
You’ll also add green beans and potatoes to make the casserole healthier and heartier.
It takes very little time to whip up – about 5 minutes. Then, it needs a bit longer to bake.
It is an excellent choice when you want something yummy and filling. But you don’t want to spend much time in the kitchen.
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