Make it a holiday to remember with these easy, family-friendly Easter casserole recipes!
From breakfast to dinner, they’ll save you a ton of time.
40 Easy Easter Casseroles & Recipe Ideas
Whether you’re cooking for a crowd or need something to bring to the in-laws, these Easter casserole recipes are a terrific addition to any holiday feast.
And while most are ideal for dinner, there’s a few breakfast recipes on this list. Plus a couple of sides that go great with ham or lamb.
So, pick something you think your family will love, and let’s get cooking!
Pineapple casserole? Say what?!
Although it sounds unusual, this seven-ingredient casserole couldn’t be more alluring.
It’s sweet and fruity, with lots of buttery crackers for crunch. But it’s also cheesy.
If you like Hawaiian pizza, you’ll totally get it. And it goes great with Easter ham!
Also known as funeral potatoes (though that name isn’t super Easter-y, is it?), this potato casserole will pair well with any meat entrée.
It’s chock-full of cheesy, creamy potatoes and has the most to-die-for crispy Cornflake topping.
A lot of the flavor comes from cream of chicken soup. And feel free to swap out the cheese to make it your own!
Start your holiday morning on a sweet note with this stunning blueberry casserole.
Make it the night before Easter, so the stale bread has time to soak up all that sweet custard.
Then bake first thing and cover with that yummy blueberry sauce. Easy peasy!
Don’t just make a side of mac and cheese for the holiday – make a casserole that’s fit for a king!
Elbow macaroni, milk, butter, and flour are pretty standard ingredients.
But Ina makes this one extra special with Gruyère and extra sharp cheddar. Plus, there’s nutmeg in the mix and plenty of crunchy breadcrumbs on top.
It’s cheesy, rich, and hands-down the best!
Leave the stuffing to Thanksgiving because Easter is all about strata.
And this version could not be more fitting!
Each bite has a savory blend of bread, bell peppers, tomatoes, eggs, ham, and cheese.
It’s a make-ahead dish that requires a bit of prep work the night before. But then you just pop it in the oven when you wake up.
If you want something a little more kid-friendly, try this version.
You’ll combine all the best breakfast staples into one showstopping casserole. Easter or not, this breakfast strata will feed a crowd.
It’s a fantastic way to repurpose day-old baguettes, too. And everyone in the family will devour every last bite.
This sweet, cheesy, and savory crab casserole is a lovely appetizer or side dish for Easter.
It’s super fresh, meaty, and great with a few buttery crackers.
But it’s also a terrific dinner option for anyone steering clear of meat. So if you have someone who doesn’t eat ham, make this instead!
If you haven’t noticed yet, I seriously love strata. But can you blame me?
At the base, it has eggs, bread, and cheese – three of my favorite things! And it’s an easy make-ahead meal, which is always a plus.
This version features spinach, garlic, and onions. So it’s green, flavorful, and filling.
Easter is a celebration of spring. So why not one of my favorite spring casserole recipes loaded with fresh vegetables?
From the sweet potatoes and carrots to the asparagus, green beans, and egg noodles, it’s colorful, textural, and scrumptious.
Serve this with baked ham, and everyone will ask for seconds.
Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving – I bust this side dish out at pretty much every holiday dinner.
Made with just four ingredients, it takes boring old green beans and gives them a new life.
I mean, how can you beat cheese, mushroom soup, and crispy onions?
Instead of making eggs and sausages for a big group, make this simple breakfast casserole instead.
It starts with bread, over which you’ll scatter cooked pork sausage meat and shredded cheese.
Then comes a savory egg custard with mustard and even more cheese. Delish!
Holidays are about building memories with the family. And nothing draws everyone together quite like tater tot casserole.
It’s similar to the recipe above. But instead of bread, the bottom layer is jam-packed with tasty tots.
Kids and adults will agree, this is a new tradition worth starting.
Here’s another incredible side dish the kids will love.
Overflowing with sweet corn and cheese, it couldn’t be easier to whip up.
Just mix corn kernels with creamed corn and sour cream. Then add butter and corn muffin mix.
It’s like an extra textural cornbread pudding. And I love it!
Try this recipe if you want to include ham in your Easter dinner but don’t want to cook a whole piece.
Between the potatoes, cheese, and salty ham, it’s a whole meal in one. And you can use any ham you like – even leftovers.
It’s one of my favorite Easter potato recipes, and I know you’ll love it too!
Whether you’re looking to add greens to your meal or have vegetarians coming over, this spinach and mushroom casserole is just the ticket.
It’s kind of like spinach dip with onions, garlic, spinach, and cheese.
But you’ll also add eggs and mushrooms to bulk it out.
Brussels sprouts have never looked so enticing!
Smothered in Gruyère, cream, mustard, and cayenne, this casserole will have even the biggest sprout hater asking for another serving.
Feel free to leave out the bacon if you need it veggie-friendly. But know it will lose some salty goodness, so taste and add more as needed.
Make this year’s Easter dinner a seafood feast!
The ingredients list is a little bit long, but there’s nothing too wild on there. Maybe you don’t have water chestnuts, but you’ll likely have the rest!
Full of rice, veggies, spices, shrimp, and crab meat, will dish will outshine any ham or lamb dinner.
Hailing from the vast Longhorn state, this King Ranch casserole is a whopper!
It’s got 11 layers, including juicy chicken and plenty of cheese. So you know this will feed a hungry crowd after an egg hunt.
Use leftover rotisserie chicken, and it’s ready in a flash!
Lemon chicken is a springtime fave in my house. And this chicken and rice casserole is one of my go-to’s.
Sear the chicken, then pop it into a casserole dish with the rice and liquids.
That all cooks together, so the broth infuses into the meat, and the rice soaks up all the juices. Delish!
Because you can’t have too many tasty breakfast casseroles, here’s one with cream cheese and a cinnamon crumb topping.
Like the French toast recipe above, it’s best made the night before. That way, the bread will be super tender and custardy.
It’s kind of like cream cheese coffee cake. So take the biggest piece and chow down!
Liven up your Easter dinner with this beef enchilada casserole.
Savory, cheese, and hearty to the max, it’s the kind of scrumptious dish that’ll leave everyone speechless – because they’ll be too busy eating!
You’ll find black beans, cheddar cheese, green chilis, tortillas, and ground beef in every bite.
And guess what? It’s got a double layer of everything!
Even though this calls for summer squash, you’ll find it year-round in most places.
And that lovely yellow works so well with an Easter dinner, don’t you think?
That said, you can use any squash here, and it’ll be scrummy.
Full of salty ham, crunchy broccoli, tender rice, and a savory sauce, this one is a surefire hit.
Comforting and homey, it’s a simple dish, but it’ll please any crowd.
I typically make it the day after Easter with leftovers. But it’s impressive enough for the big day too!
If you need something for the vegan in your life, how about this chickpea casserole with brown rice?
Flavored with artichokes, garlic, onions, and herbs, it’ll satisfy even the meat eaters at the table.
And if you don’t believe me, taste the vegan herb aioli. It’s to die for!
While some people get sunshine for Easter, I know plenty of people are still battling the cold.
If that sounds like you, try this chicken and dumpling casserole.
It’s wonderfully comforting and topped with the most tender, homemade dumplings ever.
It wouldn’t be Easter without a carrot dish on the table. And there are plenty of fun options, I just love this!
Crunchy, creamy, and cheesy, this casserole is jam-packed with fresh carrots.
Top it with plenty of breadcrumbs, and it might just outshine the meat.
Add a little Tex-Mex flair to spring with this fun and filling Mexican casserole.
Each savory slice packs in a ton of flavor, thanks to ground beef, cheese, sour cream, and a few pantry staples.
Ready in 35 minutes, it’s the easy Easter dinner you want and the one the family craves.
With so much Easter candy going around, it can be hard to get the kids to eat their dinner.
That’s where this casserole comes in handy.
It turns ground beef, spaghetti, cheese, and tomato sauce into a yummy casserole dish.
There’s even cottage cheese in the mix for a boost of protein.
Speaking of kid-friendly dinners, they’ll also love this one.
It’s like a loaded baked potato-turned-casserole, and it’s jam-packed with color and texture.
Potatoes, broccoli, and bacon meld with butter, cheese, and sour cream. Add chives for a burst of freshness, and it’s an all-around winner.
If your Easter dinner needs a spring-themed veggie side, go with this casserole.
With asparagus in season, it’s a perfect match for the holiday.
You’ll doctor it up with bacon, garlic, breadcrumbs, and a cheesy sauce. It’s so good, nobody can resist.
So be sure you have enough. This stuff goes fast.
I don’t know anybody that could turn down a bowl of French onion soup.
So why not take that popular dish and turn it into a family-friendly casserole?
You’ll kind of turn the dish on its head here. So, start with the bread on the bottom.
Top it with tender, well-seasoned, beefy onions and plenty of cheese. Then, bake until bubbly.
Having family over for an Easter brunch? Then this frittata casserole is just the thing to serve!
The juicy cherry tomatoes are sweet and perfectly blistered after a spin in the oven.
And they pair so well with the spinach and cheesy egg base.
I like to throw some slice red onions on, too. But that’s optional.
The last thing you want to make on a holiday is chicken cordon bleu. Sure, it’s tasty. But rolling those portions is time-consuming.
Luckily, you can have all that incredible flavor, with less than half the effort.
It’s cheesy, meaty, and guaranteed to disappear fast.
This casserole has quite the presentation! I mean, just look at those perfectly sliced spuds.
Every butter-brushed slice captures garlic, onions, and Parmesan cheese in between.
Use a mandolin, and it will make life much easier. From there, the only hard part is waiting for it to bake.
Anyone feeding a hungry crowd should make this drool-worthy Philly cheesesteak casserole.
It may not be ‘festive’, but it’ll satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.
And steak is a nice thing to splurge on, don’t you think?
Do you ever wish you could turn spinach and artichoke dip into a meal? Well, with this recipe, you can!
With milk and eggs as the base, you pile in spinach, artichoke hearts, and three types of cheese.
The only hard part is deciding whether to serve it for dinner or breakfast.
37. Pizza Casserole
Everyone loves pizza, right?
So if you need to feed a big crowd, including kids and people you might not know, you can’t go wrong here.
But there’s a secret beneath those pepperonis. Can you guess what it is?
What’s better than tender pulled pork with a side of cornbread?
How about tender pulled pork with peppers and corn topped with cheesy cornbread?
Yeah, that should do it!
From the lighter-than-air angel food cake and juicy strawberries to the heavenly cream cheese and whipped topping, this dessert casserole is a must-make.
It’s a simple layered dessert, though it’s supposed to be a little messy.
Make it extra special with a few crushed meringues over the top. Yum!
I got so wrapped up in egg, meat, and cheese casseroles, I almost forgot to mention this!
It’s one of my faves for Easter brunch.
Trapped inside fluffy eggs, you’ll find a ton of asparagus, dill, spinach, leeks, ricotta, and smoked salmon.
It’s packed with the flavors of spring and special enough for the holiday.
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