Favorite WW Freestyle Casserole Recipes
Reading all the favorite casserole ideas left by commenters of the recent Casserole Crock Slow Cooker Giveaway made me hungry for them. I love the comfort and convenience of a good casserole, especially during the cooler weather months.
So today I’m sharing a collection of yummy casserole recipes. Some are mine. Others are from my favorite WW friendly websites and bloggers. All include nutritional details including WW Freestyle SmartPoints. Enjoy!
WW Freestyle Main Dish Casseroles
Classic Tuna Noodle Casserole – I love this classic tuna noodle casserole so much, I’m not willing to mess with it too much, beyond the obvious steps to make it a little lighter, healthier and Weight Watchers friendly.
Easy Chicken Wild Rice Casserole – With just a handful of simple pantry ingredients, his creamy casserole is comfort food at it’s best. My husband LOVES it. I appreciate how easy it is. It’s a perfect go-to dinner when you don’t have the time or energy to prep a bunch of ingredients. Just open a few cans and boxes. And before you know it dinner is done.
Easy Slow Cooker Cabbage Roll Casserole – I’ve always loved cabbage rolls. But am way too lazy to make them. The solution? An easy-peasy slow cooker cabbage roll casserole that is also Weight Watchers friendly.
Mom’s Easy Alfredo Ravioli Casserole – Mom’s easy alfredo ravioli casserole is a simple, easy and delicious recipe that will become a family favorite, though now a splurge on the new WW Freestyle Program.
5-Ingredient Chicken Parmesan Lasagna – You only need 5 ingredients – no-boil noodles, jarred marinara sauce, ricotta, cheese, shredded mozzarella and rotisserie chicken to make this easy, healthy and delicious Chicken Parmesan Lasagna.
Skinny Chicken Broccoli Casserole (Chicken Divan) – This skinny chicken broccoli casserole is a lightened up version of my Mom’s yummy creamy cheesy chicken broccoli casserole from childhood.
Ground Beef Enchilada Casserole – Here’s a healthy ground beef recipe that’s sure to please the entire family. It does mine.
Pioneer Woman Chicken Spaghetti Casserole Made Lighter – One of our favorite “comfort food meals made lighter” adapted from The Pioneer Woman. To keep this recipe super simple I make it from leftover cooked chicken breast.
Sloppy Joe Casserole – A fun twist on standard sloppy joes, this casserole takes very little time to prepare and is sure to be a family favorite. (Drizzle Me Skinny)
Slow Cooker Spinach Lasagna – This easy and delicious skinny slow cooker spinach lasagna is perfect for meatless Mondays. I love making lasagna in the slow cooker.
Spaghetti Squash Casserole – Cheesy and delicious Baked Spaghetti Squash Casserole makes the perfect weeknight dinner that is low carb, super filling with tons of leftovers! (Eat Yourself Skinny)
Spinach Artichoke Baked Pasta – What do you get when you combine the typical healthy spinach and artichoke dip ingredients with pasta? A creamy and delicious artichoke spinach baked pasta dish, of course.
WW Spinach Beef Lasagna Rolls – A light & delicious way to enjoy individual portion-controlled lasagna.
Taco Casserole Bake – This casserole is downright delicious. Like a big order of nachos you’d order at a casual dining chain restaurant only lighter and better! (Emily Bites)
WW Freestyle Vegetable Casseroles
Skinny Sweet Potato Casserole – I whipped up this yummy skinny sweet potato casserole with granola crumble for Thanksgiving this year. My sister texted the next day asking for the recipe, always a good sign. It’s definitely a recipe I plan to make again.
Broccoli Corn Casserole (Slow Cooker) – Easy, creamy and delicious, it reminded me a lot of the vegetable casseroles Mom used to make for Sunday dinners when I was growing up.
Makeover Corn Casserole – Corn casserole, a cross between of a corn pudding and a corn bread is a wonderful addition to anyone’s holiday table. (SkinnyTaste)target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”
Mexican Style Corn & Rice Casserole – Give an ordinary brown rice side dish a MAJOR, mouth-watering makeover with this Mexican Style Corn and Rice Casserole Recipe. (LaaLoosh)
Sweet Potato Apple Casserole (Slow Cooker) – This slow cooker sweet potato casserole, adapted from the Fix-It and Forget-It New Cookbook, is my latest favorite slow cooker sweet potato recipe.
WW Freestyle Bubble Up Casseroles
Photo Credit: Drizzle Me Skinny
Bacon Cheeseburger Bubble Up Casserole -This bubble up casserole is simply delicious! Super easy to make and I promise you the whole family will enjoy this simple dish. (Drizzle Me Skinny)
Bubble Up Chicken Pot Pie Casserole – another cheesy, bubbly, biscuit-packed dish, this Bubble Up Chicken Pot Pie seemed like just the warm, comforting casserole to make on a cold week like this one. (Emily Bites)
Bubble Up Pizza Casserole – This Bubble Up Pizza Casserole is so good. It comes out of the oven hot, saucy and cheesy, with a spicy kick from the sauce and pepperoni and puffy mounds of baked biscuits bubbling up throughout. (Emily Bites)
Bubble Up Swedish Meatball Casserole – Saucy, meaty, cheesy and full of tasty, hearty biscuits – who wouldn’t want to dive right into this recipe? Plus it’s super easy so it’s perfect for a weeknight dinner. (Emily Bites)
Buffalo Chicken and Bacon Bubble Up Casserole – This casserole is seriously so good and easy to make. You can add in any veggies of your choosing to bulk it up. (Drizzle Me Skinny)
Taco Fiesta Bubble Up Casserole – This layered taco bubble up is simply put…delicious!! (Drizzle Me Skinny)
WW Freestyle Breakfast Casseroles
Slow Cooker Southwest Breakfast Casserole – Tasty and delicious, this southwest breakfast casserole is hearty, satisfying and packed with fiber. I adapted the recipe from a Best of Bridge Slow Cooker to make it more Weight Watchers friendly.
Sausage and Butternut Squash Breakfast Casserole – Egg casseroles, like this one with squash and sausage, is the perfect way to start the day. Not only is it packed with protein, it’s also extremely filling and will keep you going all morning. (Slender Kitchen)
Mixed Berry French Toast Bake – This dish was a huge hit with my family for Mother’s Day Brunch and it was so easy to make! You basically just pour some ingredients in a baking dish the night before, chill overnight and then bake the next morning. The results were delicious. (Emily Bites)
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