50 Vegetarian Casserole Recipes

50 Vegetarian Casserole Recipes
Working on this post has forced me to ask myself a lot of tough questions.

What, exactly, is a casserole? Are enchiladas casseroles? What about lasagnas? Is that a casserole or a pasta? Are pot pies a casserole, or is the fact that they’re usually baked in a circular dish make them not casseroles?

Eventually, I just decided that if it’s made in a dish and baked in an oven, it’s a casserole. That works, right?

Casseroles are among my favorite foods to eat (and least favorite foods to photograph, but that’s neither here nor there). But so many of them are full of bacon, chicken, and ground beef. It’s hard to find casserole recipes that are meatless. But they do exist! Here are 50 vegetarian casserole recipes:

Lasagnas

Cauliflower and Tofu Lasagna with Butternut Squash Sauce Cauliflower and Tofu Lasagna with Butternut Squash Sauce
Mushroom and Kale Lasagna with Rosemary Cashew Sauce
Portabella and Spinach Lasagna Roll-Ups
Mini Vegetable Lasagnas in Muffin Tins
Polenta Lasagna with Portabellas and Kale Fat-Free Vegan Kitchen
Southwestern Lasagna Citron Limette

Pasta Bakes

Vegetable Baked Ziti Casserole Vegetable Baked Ziti
Baby Bella and Kale Casserole
Roasted Poblano Mac and Cheese
Vegetable Baked Ziti
Creamy Sriracha Pasta Bake Bake Your Day
Mexican Stuffed Shells Noreen Cooks
Porcini and Pumpkin Ale Mac & Cheese Tide & Thyme
Stuffed Shells with Kale Ingredients Inc.

Enchiladas

Vegan Black Bean Enchiladas with Roasted Red Pepper Cashew Cream Black Bean Enchiladas with Roasted Red Pepper Cashew Cream
Sweet Potato & Tofu Enchiladas with Mole Sauce
Stacked Black Bean Enchilada Pie A Little Bit Crunchy A Little Bit Rock n’ Roll
Chipotle Sweet Potato & Black Bean Enchiladas Burnt Carrots
Stacked Roasted Vegetable Enchiladas Perry’s Plate
Cheese Enchilada Casserole Martha Stewart

Pies: Pot, Shepherd, & Other

Oh-So-Easy Broccoli Cheddar Pot Pies
Oh-So-Easy Broccoli Cheddar Pot Pies
Lazy Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie
Chili Polenta Pot Pie
Tortilla Pie with Black Beans and Zucchini
Spaghetti Pot Pies with Spinach and Ricotta Kitchen Treaty
Leek and Cauliflower Pie Daily Unadventures in Cooking
Double Herb and Cheese-Stuffed Crusted Veggie Pot Pie Forbidden Rice Blog
Curry Chickpea Potpie Martha Stewart
Greens and Quinoa Pie Vegetarian Times
Vegetarian Moroccan Shepherd’s Pie Jessica Cox

Gratins

Sweet Potato & Kale Gratin
Sweet Potato Kale Gratin
Artichoke Gratinata
Truffled Mashed Potato Gratin
Potato Artichoke and Goat Cheese Gratin Domestic Fits
Zucchini Gratin The Little Kitchen
Butternut Squash-Apple Gratin Passports and Pancakes
Apple, Butternut Squash, and Leek Gratin Kitchen Treaty

Everything Else!

Vegetarian Shipwreck Casserole Recipe Vegetarian Shipwreck Casserole
Sweet Onion Casserole
Broccoli Cheddar Brown Rice Casserole
Poblano Chilaquiles Casserole
Green Chile and Pinto Bean Layered Mexican Casserole Kalyn’s Kitchen
Spaghetti Squash Casserole with Ricotta and Sundried Tomatoes Cooking with Michele
Pizza Quinoa Casserole Food Doodles
Vegan Hashbrown Casserole Keepin’ It Kind
Vegan Green Bean Casserole with Homemade French Fried Onions Oatmeal with a Fork
Squash Apple Bake Jelly Toast
Mexican Baked Spaghetti Squash Baked In
Sweet Potato and Sage-Butter Casserole Martha Stewart
Mini Mango and Black Bean Casseroles Vegetarian Times
Indian Samosa Casserole Vegetarian Times

Kiersten Frase

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Kiersten is the founder and head writer of Oh My Veggies. She lives just outside of Raleigh with her husband and their 4 wonky-eyed rescue cats.   Read more from Kiersten →

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Comments

  1. says

    I’ve wondered the same thing myself, but I figured it was because I grew up with a Chinese mom. Even though we kids insisted on eating chicken cutlets, burgers, and steaks. So I assumed that casseroles were baked and cheesy, and often made with a can of soup. But I like your broader definition much better, since there’s tons of good-looking stuff on this list. I’m really intrigued by the grape leaves!

  2. Anna says

    Great post, but how funny is it that the ad next to those fabulous vegetarian casseroles is for dead sausage?

    • Kiersten Frase says

      After trying to find independent sponsors with no success, I’ve had to go with ad networks, which means I have little control of what ads end up on my blog. And some ads are geo-targeted, meaning that I don’t even see them on my end. I do my best to get things like that blocked when they come up, so if you see it again, feel free to shoot me an email with the name of the brand and I can try to figure out which network is running it and request that it be removed.

      • Anna says

        I hope you know that it wasn’t a complaint or criticism, Kriersten…I just thought it was God’s own justice that a company that sells meat would be spending its money advertising to an audience that would never buy their product. Your blog is a delight and I think most of us understand that the advertising isn’t an endorsement.

        Let them keep wasting their ad budget on a veggie site. It won’t convert any of us and won’t reach those that it might entice. Win-win!

        • Kiersten Frase says

          Well, I do get complaints once in a while and when someone finds an ad really objectionable, I’m happy to block it (and I block a ton of spammy ads for weight loss gimmicks, things like that, that I personally don’t care for), but in general, I take your approach. Do you read The Nation? I love their ad policy: http://www.thenation.com/advertising-policy. I used to spend hours every week combing through my ads, blocking anything processed, anything made with meat, and then I quit ad networks altogether and tried to sell ads myself. But the only way I can afford to keep this blog running is through ad networks (or I could do sponsored posts for Cool Whip and Velveeta–personally, I think the ads are better!) and I’ve come to a place where, if they’re willing to advertise on my blog and help me pay for my hosting, pay for the ingredients I use to develop my vegetarian recipes, etc., then I am okay with that. :)

  3. Sandra says

    Any chance you can do a page of quick 30-60 minute (including prep time) recipes for us working moms out there? Love you site by the way.

    • Kiersten Frase says

      Thank you for the idea! I do one round-up a month and I already have August’s post scheduled, but I’m going to do this for September. :) I’ll be posting it on September 3rd!

  4. Heloisa says

    Hello from Brazil! Just found your list and loved it!I have a veggie English man to feed here and not many veggies around so, a lot of cooking at home! Will try many of your recipes!

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