Looking for an easy, delicious and healthy comfort food recipe? These gluten-free casseroles have you covered. From creamy to crunchy and main dishes to vegetable sides to one-pot wonders, the whole family will love these easy meals.
From meat to vegetables and from breakfast to dinner, you'll find easy-to-make meals that can be assembled and baked into a healthy and satisfying breakfast, lunch, or dinner option.
You'll even find ways to meal prep these recipes for time saving ways to get dinner on the table in record time.
Easy Gluten Free Casserole Recipes
From freezer meals to dump-and-bake options, you'll find flavorful ways to prepare tasty ingredients with these best gluten-free casserole recipes.
Sweet Potato Casserole
Don't wait for the holidays to try this classic sweet potato casserole. It pairs with any main dish you would serve sweet potatoes with! This gluten-free recipe adds a hint of natural sweetness with a dollop of honey to the pumpkin puree, along with spices, vanilla, and egg to help the casserole hold together while it bakes. The top gets a garnish of an almond flour, ghee and chopped pecan crumble which makes it a delicious side dish to serve alongside turkey, ham or any type of roast.
Gluten Free Stuffing
A homemade grain-free and gluten-free cornbread is the base for this stuffing recipe that's perfect as a side dish for turkey during the holidays. The no corn cornbread is combined with sautéed onion, celery, bell peppers, chopped pecans and herbs like parsley and thyme. Eggs act as a binder while chicken broth keeps it moist. Bake until heated through and fragrant.
Sausage Mushroom Frittata
Checking all the boxes for an easy make-ahead breakfast casserole, as well as being compliant for keto, paleo, Whole30, gluten-free and dairy-free diets, this tasty sausage and mushroom frittata comes together easily. Start it in a skillet by browning the sausage before moving on to sauté the onion, sliced mushroom and bell peppers. Add in beaten eggs and slide the skillet into the oven to bake to golden deliciousness. You can also transfer the entire mixture to a greased baking dish for meal-prep purposes and an easy freezer meal once it's been baked and cooled.
Baked Meatballs Without Breadcrumbs
Zesty Italian meatballs smothered in marinara sauce bakes to scrumptiousness for easy meal planning. Using a ground turkey mixture that's held together with almond flour to keep it gluten-free, it's flavored with onion, bell pepper, Italian spices and an egg to act as a binder. Roll into meatballs and place in a baking dish. Bake until almost done before pouring your favorite marinara sauce over them. Continue baking a serve over gluten-free noodles or zoodles.
Lemon Herb Roasted Chicken And Fennel
There's nothing more enticing than smelling lemon and fennel roasting with chicken in your oven. A dry marinade of fresh herbs of parsley, rosemary, thyme, and sage is rubbed in the chicken along with garlic and red pepper flakes and refrigerated for maximum infusion before being baked along with sliced lemon and fennel bulb. Serve this scrumptious chicken casserole with your favorite sides or a salad.
Bacon and Olive Quiche
You'll be amazed at this gluten-free quiche that's low carb but full of healthy fats to keep you going for hours. Make this breakfast casserole in a base of scrambled eggs that adds cooked bacon crumbles, diced veggies like bell peppers, onion, tomatoes and garlic as well as spinach. Black or green olives add a little extra flavor, as well. Coconut cream keeps it light and fluffy. Bake this extravaganza of a meal for 30 minutes and enjoy immediately or cool it and save it to munch on throughout the week.
Chili Roasted Chicken Thighs
Add boneless chicken thighs to a baking dish and drizzle with olive oil before coating them with a spicy dry chili powder, salt and pepper. They take less than 20 minutes in the oven to roast to tenderness. That leaves you just enough time to prepare cauliflower rice and other sides to serve along with these tasty chicken thighs.
Easy Keto Meatloaf
Ground beef or turkey is the base of this gluten-free meatloaf that gets a boost of zesty flavor from the addition of a jar of salsa. Add an egg for a binder, as well as almond flour. Add the mixture to a loaf pan and bake. For even more flavor, add additional salsa to the top, about halfway through the baking, to make this low carb meatloaf outrageously delicious. Consider making this as a freezer meal, by mixing the ingredients and then freezing before baking. You can also bake it and then slice it and freeze for individual servings.
Sausage And Butternut Squash Frittata
Eggs that have been amped up with homemade breakfast sausage and roasted butternut squash will cook into a substantial frittata that's perfect as a breakfast casserole or for any meal of the day. Flavor is added with herbs, onion and peppers. This gluten-free, dairy-free recipe starts in a skillet on the stovetop before being moved to the oven to finish baking. It's also a great meal to save as leftovers for the next day.
Fig and Ginger Chicken Tajine
In a dutch oven or deep skillet, chicken is browned in ghee before adding Mediterranean flavors to infuse the meat. Along with onion and garlic, spices of cumin, coriander, cinnamon and ginger mingle with chicken broth to simmer this chicken to deliciousness. Add in dried figs for extra flavor. You can cook this chicken casserole recipe on the stovetop on simmer or add it to the oven, covered, to slow cook.
Chicken Divan Casserole
Fresh, cooked broccoli florets line the bottom of the casserole dish before being topped with sautéed chicken, onions, garlic and cooked riced cauliflower. A homemade cashew and chicken broth sauce takes the place of cream of mushroom soup to give this chicken and rice casserole its gluten-free designation. For extra crunch and protein, garnish the top with sliced almonds before baking.
Recipe by Wholesomelicious
Jalapeno Tuna Casserole
This gluten-free tuna casserole is a classic comfort food meal and here, strands of spaghetti squash stand in for traditional egg noodles, making this a satisfying gluten-free alternative. It's also dairy-free and uses an easy homemade cashew cream sauce along with chicken stock and almond milk to replace the cream of mushroom soup. For a spicy boost, you can optionally add chopped jalapenos in with the canned tuna for an extra layer of flavor. For a crunchy topping, add chopped brazil nuts.
Recipe by Every Last Bite
Tater Tot Casserole
This savory beef casserole boasts a southwestern theme with its zesty meaty base that's topped with homemade sweet potato tater tots. Brown the ground beef with a host of spices such as garlic, onion and chili powders, dried oregano, cumin and pepper. Add it all to a baking dish and top with the sweet potato tater tots. Once baked, serve it with garnishes of chopped onion, black olives, sliced avocado, fresh cilantro, and lime wedges.
Recipe by Unbound Wellness
Keep it gluten-free with this no noodle lasagna that uses zucchini to divide the zesty layers in this stacked casserole. You'll need just 6 ingredients to build this scrumptious meal. Use vertically sliced zucchini, diced onion, your favorite gluten-free marinara sauce, ground beef, your favorite non-dairy cheese and olive or avocado oil for browning the beef. This quick version of a Whole30 lasagna is great for leftovers, too!
Recipe by RachlMansfield
Cream Of Mushroom Casserole
Ditch canned soup in favor of this delicious homemade version of cream of mushroom soup that uses coconut milk, chicken broth, eggs, nutritional yeast and dried spices to keep it dairy-free and gluten-free. It's all poured over a layer of cauliflower rice, cooked onions and garlic, cremini mushrooms, and herbs before being baked to golden scrumptiousness.
Recipe by Paleo Gluten Free
Greek Chicken Spaghetti Squash Bake
This gluten-free spaghetti squash casserole provides the perfect base to layer on Greek-inspired flavors from ingredients such as kalamata olives, sun-dried tomatoes and artichokes. Add in protein with chunks of tender chicken and spice it with herbs like oregano and basil. This chicken casserole is also Whole30 and dairy-free. It's easy to prep ahead of time, too, so you can meal plan with ease.
Recipe by The Clean Eating Couple
Pizza is always a hit with kids, so this gluten-free casserole is a great way to serve it to them in a healthier form. Spaghetti squash acts as the crust in the baking dish which is topped with browned pork or beef that's mixed with diced and cooked bell peppers, onions, mushrooms and your favorite gluten-free pizza sauce. Top with pepperoni slices and give it a short session in the oven. You can also use your favorite dairy-free cheese as a topping, if desired.
Recipe by Emily's Wholesome Kitchen
Beef Taco Casserole
This beefy casserole is a Mexican-inspired take on tacos, but easily assembled and baked to crunchy deliciousness. Ground beef is browned and flavored with taco seasoning, onions, bell peppers and chopped kale for added fiber. Strips of raw sweet potato act as noodles that are mixed with the beef mixture, along with chopped tomatoes before being transferred to a baking dish. Top with a creamy salsa mixture and bake until crispy and heated through. Serve with tortilla chips for extra crunch.
Recipe by Eat The Gains
Baked Spaghetti Squash Casserole
It's easy to use spaghetti squash strands as a substitute for traditional pasta and here, it's used to make a classic comfort casserole with beef and tomato sauce. The baked squash is scraped to make the gluten-free pasta and combined with browned ground beef, marinara sauce, garlic powder, onion, canned diced tomatoes and tomato paste and eggs to bind it all together. Bake until heated through and set. This also makes a great freezer meal.
Recipe by The Healthy Consultant
Keeping the tastiness of a traditional cheesy broccoli casserole, this dairy-free and gluten-version uses a zesty and spicy mixture made with cashews, coconut milk, eggs and nutritional yeast to mimic the flavor of cheese. Fresh or frozen broccoli florets are mixed with sautéed onion and garlic for tastiness. Pour the cheesy mixture over it before adding it all to a casserole dish and baking until golden.
Recipe by What Great Grandma Ate
These gluten-free casseroles are the perfect weeknight dinner recipes for a busy week!