Breakfast is a wonderful time to treat yourself, and there’s no better way to do it than with our Overnight Raspberry and Chocolate French Toast Casserole. This decadent dish is unbelievably simple to make but the flavors tell a different story, with an epic crumble topping to tie it all together. Get the recipe now.
Buffalo mac and cheese is a spicy twist on the classic dish you love that’s perfect for game day or dinner tonight. A simple, creamy sauce coats the pasta, with a crunchy topping for added texture. In only one hour, you’ll have dinner on the table and happy faces all around. Get the easy recipe now on Foodal.
Nothing beats heading south of the border for dinner. But tonight, consider this epic mashup: Buffalo Chicken Enchiladas. They’re hot, cheesy, and oh-so-tasty. The traditional recipe gets a fun twist with spicy sauce, jack cheese, and a cool drizzle of blue cheese dressing. Get the recipe now on Foodal for game day.
When the farmers markets are bursting with seasonal produce and your garden beds are overflowing, make the most of local and homegrown veggies with this green bean and yellow squash casserole. The flavor of roasted fresh vegetables combined with a light sauce pairs well with any entree. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
“Scalloping” isn’t just reserved for potatoes anymore, friends. With warm weather comes vine-ripened tomatoes. Make the most of your summer patio dinner with the best homemade scalloped version. Cheese, fresh herbs, garlic, and crunchy breadcrumbs make this side dish irresistible. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Try our easy pasta-bake casserole, featuring charred veggies and Point Reyes Toma cheese. A quick bechamel pulls it all together for a delicious family meal that’s simple enough to make on a busy weeknight. Plus, there’s less food waste because the stems of the broccoli are used as well. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Desperate for a super easy brunch idea? This make-ahead egg casserole loaded with veggies, meat, and cheese is your tasty solution for a worry-free meal. It’s great for all situations, from lazy mornings to hectic brunch parties. Prep it the night before, bake it the next day. Learn how to make this dish now on Foodal.
All I can say is… where has this recipe been all my life?! This dish has AMAZING flavor! Those chipotle peppers in adobo sauce really do bring out the wow factor – and I mean WOW, WOW, WOW!! Served this with some warmed up pinto beans, but one could easily use black beans. If there …
Are you looking for a beautiful dish that’s tasty and fun to eat? Try a potato tian. This is a made with thinly sliced rounds arranged into a flower pattern that is smothered in sautéed onions and garlic and chicken broth. Topped with Pecorino cheese and slow baked, it’s easy to make but looks like a million bucks.