I don’t know about you but this time of year is tough. Schedules are all over the place and I’m traveling all the time. One thing that I try to do even when busy is cook food ahead of time so that way I have no excuse AND I know that I have food on hand that will make me feel good. Otherwise, it’s easy to order food out or just eat snacks that are on hand.
Gluten-Free Casserole Recipes
I decided my Friday Favorites this week were going to be some easy, delicious, and nutritious casseroles or bakes that you can make ahead of time and eat at multiple meals. I also decided to make them all from fellow RD bloggers as these ladies are making DELICIOUS food and everyone should know about it 🙂
I think sometimes casseroles and bakes get a reputation for being unhealthy or not that tasty. We should get away from that thinking because a casserole can be both healthy AND tasty. I included breakfast options, savory options (for lunch or dinner), and some side dishes/dessert options because, TREAT YO SELF! Enjoy!
Breakfast shouldn’t be hard, instead make it ahead of time (any day of the year) and you’ll set your day up for success.
Easy 5-Ingredient Egg Bake from The Sassy Dietitian
Breakfast Enchiladas with Sweet Potatoes, Black Beans, and Eggs from Rachel Hartley Nutrition
Classic Overnight Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole from Milk and Honey Nutrition
Sausage and Mushroom Breakfast Casserole from Lone Star Nutrition
Easy Strawberry Baked Oatmeal from Lively Table
These meals can be eaten any time of day but would make it nice to have dinner on the table in no time at all. When asked what.s for dinner?! You can just point to the fridge.
Beef and Cauliflower Stuffed Pepper Casserole from The Lean Green Bean
Buffalo Chicken Bake with Spaghetti Squash from The Real Food Dietitians
Gluten-Free Green Bean Casserole from The Sassy Dietitian
Gluten Free Turkey Enchilada Bake from Hungry Hobby
Mexican Lasagna from fANNEtastic food
Pepperoni Pizza Quinoa Bake from The Real Food Dietitians
Sweet Tooth Healthy
It’s okay to want something sweet every now and then, make it something that you can feel good about at any meal!
Apple Ricotta Stuffed French Toast Casserole from The Sassy Dietitian
Baked Butternut Squash French Toast from Amy Gorin Nutrition
Pecan Topped, Slightly-Sweet Potato Casserole from Liz’s Healthy Table
Raspberry Macadamia Nut Overnight French Toast Casserole from Milk and Honey Nutrition
Note: substitute gluten-free bread to make this recipe gluten-free
Are you a fan of casseroles??
Pin Now, Casserole Later
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