This easy, toss-it-together-and-shove-it-in-the-oven casserole is exactly what macaroni and cheese ought to be—cheesy, crumb-topped, and ridiculously indulgent.
Essentially Irish stew with some lovely store-bought puff pastry plopped on top. Easy peasy. It may even make us think corned beef on March 17th.
Our latest definition of decadent comfort food. A David Leite original, this recipe melds layers of ham, potatoes, shallots, and gooey cheese in a rich cream sauce.
Tender chicken and sweet leeks sidle up alongside sweet leeks and a tipsy white wine cream sauce and then the whole shebang is topped with indecently rich and flaky puff pastry in this recipe from (90s flashback alert) Jamie Oliver.
Ooooh baby! Broccoli blanketed with a creamy rich white sauce that takes its oomph from blue cheese and its hint of heat from cayenne.
Think you know lasagne? As Giuliano Hazan explains, what you know may be sadly mistaken. His recipe will fix that.
As much of a one-pan wonder as they come. Willpower doesn’t stand a chance against this cheesy baked spaghetti casserole.
Not your mom's egg casserole. And you're going to be pretty pleased to break with tradition.
All the understated elegance found in every creation from Yotam Ottolenghi yet it calls on simple everyday ingredients.
Enchiladas that are offer something to please everyone, whether vegetarians or carnivores, including a simple yet spectacular green chile sauce.
This old-fashioned gratin comforts you with everything indulgent could possibly crave in a gratin, namely ample amounts of potatoes, cream, butter, and cheese. A glass of gigondas is optional.
Personal Pan Lasagna12/25
This loosely defined "lasagna" is an easy little cheat of a recipe that relies on store-bought ravioli, jarred sauce, and shredded cheese. Shhhhhh.
Essentially spaghetti casserole with veggies smothered with cheese. Sounds like supper to us.
Given that its overnight rest INSISTS you make this simple strata ahead of time, it sorta screams for a lazy Sunday or Christmas morning, don't you think?
Cook once. Eat twice. This baked pasta casserole cleverly relies on a big batch of tomato soup as its sauce. Leftover soup means you have lunches done for the rest of the week.
"Simple." "Delicious." "Awesome." "Lovely." "Wonderful." "What's not to love?" That's what folks are saying about this almost obscenely satisfying casserole.
Spicy Beef Taco Bake17/25
Taco casserole. Were there ever two words more beautiful side by side?
In this inspired Italian creation, traditional lasagna noodles are supplanted by polenta. Trust us, you'll feel no guilt nor regret over forsaking custom.
Green beans? Check. Creamy mushroomy sauce? Check. Can opener? Uh...no thank you. Not this Thanksgiving.
Breakfast. Brunch. Lunch. Dinner. Pretty much anytime you need an insanely quick, one-skillet, satiating something, this frittata is the solution.
Cacio e Pepe Kugel21/25
Cacio e pepe kugel. It's what happens when Rome's famous pasta dish collides with everyone's favorite Jewish comfort food.
A Thanksgiving classic revisited with an added emphasis on sugar and spice and, yes, everything nice. A sweet potato mash topped with marshmallow and—believe it or not—crushed gingersnaps. Heresy? Or high-five-worthy? You tell us.
A simple, sophisticated riff on traditional mac and cheese that's more alfredo-y than casserole-y. No complaints here.
What to do with late summer abundance? Chef Alain Ducasse's fancy-pants interpretation of a Provençal classic.
A lovely labor of love, this lasagna buries fresh pumpkin pasta beneath a quartet of cheeses--mozzarella, Gorgonzola, Fontina, and Parmigiano. May wanna loosen that belt.