This one dish recipe goes from the stove top to the oven! I love one dish meals. I especially love being able to take my iron skillet from the stove top to the oven. This casserole can be eaten anytime of day. A quick and filling meal. Plus it’s gluten free.
Loaded with all that yummy French toast flavor without the mess, this is a great prep the night before, get up in the morning and pop into the oven breakfast. Great for holidays or mornings that you know will be crazy.
This squash casserole recipe is large enough to make two! One for tonight and one to freeze for a quick dinner later. It is also a great and delicious way to get the kiddos to eat squash.
Many years ago I lived in Germany and rented a basement flat from a lovely family. They taught me many things, how to bake bread, knit, and shared some wonderful recipes. We quilt enjoy this dish served over roasted garlic mashed potatoes. The pickles in the rouladens give a wonderful flavor to the gravy!
Ever want Mexican food without having to stand around and cook everything individually? I did, and this Mexican Casserole recipe make things super simple! Add a side of tortilla chips, sour cream and salsa verde, and dinner is a breeze! We’re not usually big on theme dinners. We’re more of a “here it is, now […]
The kids can easily prepare it and since it sits overnight, it’s great for busy mornings! The final texture is like a cross between custard and bread pudding. Delicious with all kinds of toppings!! The recipe comes from my MIL and is really adaptable!