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24 Cozy Winter Casserole Recipes to Warm up Cold Nights

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The ultimate comfort food these winter casserole recipes are the perfect balance of cozy and nutritious. From classic winter harvest blends like squash and sweet potatoes to hearty bean and cabbage dishes, these winter casseroles are great for chilly nights.

As the season changes to cool weather so does our need for hearty, cozy, comfort food. And we can have that in dishes that feature winter seasonal ingredients and skip dubious over-processed ingredients. 

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You can skip the idea that tuna casseroles are the only way to go and instead embrace new, warming flavors you’ll fall in love with for simple dinners and beyond!

On the list below there’s something for everyone. And the best part is that many of them can be made in advance!

So, skip the fuss and the mess, and instead find a new favorite that is both warming and nourishing!

The Best Whole Food Winter Casserole Recipes

Warm up cold winter nights with a good casserole! These recipes feature seasonal produce for frugal and natural dishes your taste buds and wallet with love. They are a great balance of comfort and nourishment you can feel good about serving the whole family. 

Winter Squash and Pumpkin Casseroles

A hearty casserole full of flavor. Squash and pumpkin casseroles are a great way to use up seasonal harvest. These casseroles are like Sunday night dinners: hearty, delicious, and with great leftovers!

Potatoes And Sweet Potato Casseroles

Potatoes and sweet potatoes are such amazing vegetables and often the perfect comfort food all by themsevles. They are easy to keep in the pantry for cooking up and bake amazing bases for all kinds of casseroles.

Dried Beans Casseroles

Use up those beans in your pantry and prepare some staple, hearty dishes! These bean casseroles bring back classic flavors we remember from being a kid. They’re warming, easy to make, frugal, and great for leftovers.

Cabbage Casseroles

Deliciously simple and cost-effective, cabbage casseroles make serving larger families easier. These recipes are all easy to make and stretched further than normal with the addition of cabbage. Enjoy cozying up with a bowl of your favorite flavors and knowing you have leftovers for tomorrow!

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