From cheeseburgers to nachos, there’s a lot you can do with ground beef. And these tasty ground beef casserole recipes are a great place to start.
Easy, economical, and very nourishing, ground beef is one of those versatile ingredients beloved by thrifty cooks.
But it can get boring serving the same meatloaf night after night. Luckily, these ground beef dinners are anything but boring.
Ground Beef Casserole Recipes You Don’t Want To Miss
Cozy and comforting, there’s nothing as lip-smackingly satisfying as a bubbling bake.
And these hearty casseroles are perfect if you’re looking for new make-ahead meals.
Spend your weekend throwing a few of these together, and you’ll have insanely tasty dinners all week long!
No bun or steak? Trust me, you won’t miss them because this mouthwatering casserole is just like the real deal.
It’s got a melted mix of beef, bell peppers, garlic, onions, and lots of cheese. Now, that’s what I call devour-worthy!
You’ll also be happy to hear this addictive casserole is low-carb, so it’s keto-friendly.
What’s better than crunchy, golden brown tater tots?
Crunchy, golden brown tater tots stuffed into a casserole with beef, creamy mushroom soup, and cheese!
You can use up your pantry ingredients or make it ahead of time. Either way, your family’s getting a delicious, satisfying, and economical meal.
These stacked beef enchiladas will propel you into the casserole big leagues.
Also known as Mexican lasagna, this fun fusion recipe features layers of corn tortillas, spicy ground beef, salsa, and cheese.
I love bringing this one to potlucks, it’ll make the party go with a bang and you’ll be the most popular cook in the room!
Need inspiration for Taco Tuesday? Liven things up with this creative ground beef casserole.
It’s basically taco salad in casserole form – Frito chips, ground beef, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and olives. So you get the flavors you crave all in one dish.
Colorful, nutritious, and filling, this meal is enough to keep the hungriest family happy.
This family dinner feast is perfect if you’ve picky eaters at the table.
It’s the kind of casserole that lets you sneak in loads of nutritious ingredients while ramping up the deliciousness.
Ground beef, eggplant, onion, garlic, and fresh herbs are simmered in a tangy tomato sauce. And there’s mozzarella cheese!
Satisfy your inner child with this hamburger casserole recipe!
I admit, the last time I had this dish I was a kid. But I fully intend to correct that mistake and make this irresistible recipe for dinner.
It’s full of gooey noodles, juicy hamburger meat, tangy tomato sauce, and lots of cheese. You’ll feel like your eating mom’s cozy cooking all over again.
Easy, filling, and totally addictive, this sloppy joe casserole requires just one pot, one dish, and a handful of ingredients.
Beef, onions, pasta, corn, and tomatoes are simmered on the stove until cooked, then poured into a casserole dish and topped with cheese.
Bake until the cheese browns and dive in!
It’s doubtful that John Wayne ever made or ate this casserole. But he definitely would have approved of its spicy Western flavors.
This gooey casserole has a biscuit base topped with beef, green peppers, tomatoes, and sour cream.
It’s finished off with a cheesy topping, too. So it’s even harder to resist a second helping.
Forget Hamburger Helper, this homemade version blows away any cheeseburger you make from a box.
It’s a comforting blend of macaroni pasta and hamburger meat, simmered in a rich tomato sauce. Not only does it taste better from scratch, but it’s just as easy as store-bought.
Serve it with extra cheese and some garlic bread for a truly awesome Italian-inspired feast!
The southern states know how to do comfort food, and this dense cornbread casserole is no exception.
It’s what happens when a cheeseburger meets shepherd’s pie. The result is meaty ground beef topped with melted cheese and crumbly cornbread.
I’ve no idea if cowboys ever cooked or ate this comforting dinner. But it definitely gives me energy for the trail.
As the name suggests, this is a simple ground beef casserole made with simple ingredients.
But don’t let that fool you – there’s plenty of tantalizing tastes and textures in this one-dish main.
This is a big meal with big flavor, so if you’re in the mood for unfussy comfort food, you’re in the right place.
Good food doesn’t have to be sophisticated. Sometimes, you need to go back to basics for something that really hits the spot.
Like this nacho casserole. It’s full of crunchy tortilla chips, juicy ground beef, tangy salsa, and melted cheese.
You can customize this versatile recipe to suit your own family’s taste. Jalapenos, veggies, black beans, use anything you fancy.
Healthier than your average comfort food, stuffed peppers are a nutritious vegetarian favorite.
These bell peppers are stuffed with ground beef, rice, and tomato sauce for a tasty and filling treat.
This freezer-ready casserole is a brilliant choice for meal preppers and anyone gearing up for winter eats.
You can make it ahead of time and freeze, or make it at the weekend for oven-ready dinners during the week.
However you decide to make this, you’ll love the savory combo of beef, pasta, tomatoes, and creamy mushroom soup.
This tasty tamale casserole with ground beef is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
It’s a layered dish featuring sweet cornbread topped with spiced beef, enchilada sauce, and heapings of cheese.
The bready crust soaks up all the delicious seasoned meaty juices. Serve it on game day and everyone will be licking their plates clean.
This perfect lasagna tastes like it was made by an Italian grandmother but it wasn’t. It was made by you, in your kitchen, in half the time.
Using ready-made marinara sauce, it’s super easy to get this classic pasta casserole on the table, even on busy evenings.
A cheesy baked pasta that tastes like pizza? Sign my family up!
All the pizza ingredients you know and love are here. There’s pepperoni, tomato sauce, and parmesan, all jam-packed into one baking dish.
The kids will love its pizza-like flavor, and you’ll love how easy it is to throw together. Everyone’s a winner with this family dinner!
Family dinners just got a whole lot easier and cheaper thanks to this budget-friendly meal.
It’s made with seasoned ground beef, long-grain rice, and cream of mushroom soup.
And, of course, don’t forget the cheese. No comfort food is complete without a melted cheesy topping.
Nothing says good times like Sloppy Joes.
So enjoy a bit of savory goodness tonight with this hedonistic mix of juicy meat and tangy sauce.
Ground beef and onions are tossed in homemade sloppy joe sauce and topped with crunchy corn chips and cheddar cheese. It’s fun, funky, and crazy tasty!
Having a bad day? This meaty ground beef casserole is the perfect antidote.
Spicy beef, chili beans, and salsa are tightly wrapped in flour tortillas. Then topped with grated cheese and green onion.
The result is an amazing Mexican feast that tastes like a burrito. So no one can eat it and stay grumpy!
Cabbage rolls are a great low-carb option when you want a delicious beefy wrap without the bread.
Not everyone enjoys fussing about with cabbage leaves, however. So skip the wrapping and go straight to eating with this fuss-free recipe.
All the ingredients are piled into a casserole dish and left to simmer in the Italian-flavored tomato sauce. Simple!
Silky noodles, salty beef, creamy sauce. I don’t know about you, but I’m drooling over my keyboard.
This traditional Russian dish was created to keep out the cold.
One bite and you’ll understand why. This luxurious dish is a warming bowl of yummy goodness.
Sometimes basic is best. And it doesn’t get more deliciously basic than the time-honored combo of meat and potatoes.
This is a great budget-friendly meal for big families.
It’s made with common cupboard staples like cream of celery soup, frozen corn, potatoes, and onions. And of course, plenty of hearty beef for tasty protein.
Calling all keto dieters, this casserole is for you if you’re craving cheeseburgers and/or lasagna.
It’s the best of both, with chunky ground beef, cheddar cheese, and zingy tomato sauce.
Cayenne and garlic add spicy, pungent notes while broccoli florets provide your daily ration of green vegetables.
This traditional ‘country’ casserole tastes like something your grandma would make (if your grandma was into delicious, meaty meals).
Made with mushrooms, chopped tomatoes, soft egg noodles, and seasoned beef, this is a dinner that’ll have you drooling.
And, best of all, there are no canned soups or hidden additives – just real, whole foods. Grandma would definitely approve.
Spaghetti pie might not be authentic Italian cooking, but it gets a pass because it’s so crazy good.
This unfussy pie lets the flavorful ingredients speak for themselves. It’s made with piquant beef sauce, creamy ricotta, fresh herbs, and a crispy noodle crust.
It’s about as easy and kid-friendly as casseroles come.
This nourishing ground beef casserole recipe is just as much fun as it sounds.
A creative twist on a spinach lasagna, it’s a layered bake made with leafy greens, beef, mushrooms, rice, and lots of cheese.
You can easily adapt this one to suit your family’s needs. So everyone will be happy!
Almost any cook can make shepherd’s pie, but not every cook can make an amazing shepherd’s pie.
It’s easy to get complacent about the classics, but you won’t regret giving this recipe a try.
It’s stuffed with juicy beef and plenty of healthy vegetables, all simmered in a rich gravy and topped with cheesy mash.
Baked ziti is classic Italian party fare for a crowd. It’s a tasty team-up of pasta, tomato sauce, ground beef, and mozzarella baked to gooey perfection.
It was traditionally served at weddings because nothing sets a marriage off right like a cheesy pasta bake.
But why wait for a special occasion? You can make this super easy family-friendly dinner any night of the week.
Creamy and dreamy, this rich ground beef casserole recipe is heaven in a dish.
It’s a smooth blend of soft noodles, thick sour cream, browned beef, and tomato sauce.
And it’s got a heady mix of cottage cheese, Parmesan, and Mexican cheese. So cheese lovers won’t be able to resist.
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