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Cookbook Review: 300 Best Casserole Recipes

Updated on November 5, 2011

Are you always looking for new one-dish meal recipe ideas and other simple, yet tasty, dishes to try? If so, you’re sure to find a number of new dishes to add to your repertoire when you read 300 Casserole Recipes by Tiffany Collins.

About the Book

This cookbook is written with the needs of busy home cooks in mind. You won’t find complicated recipes that call for overpriced, difficult-to-find ingredients or dishes that take hours to put together even before they start baking. Instead, what you’ll find in 300 Casserole Recipes is a collection of recipes that meet the needs of modern individuals and families made with ingredients that you likely already have on-hand in your pantry.

Not only will you be happy to discover that the recipes provided in 300 Casserole Recipes easy and economical to prepare, you’re also sure to be delighted by the sheer variety of the options presented within its covers. Unlike many other casserole cookbooks, this book doesn’t focus specifically on main dish casseroles. You’ll find ideas for appetizers, side dishes, main courses and even desserts in this publication.

No matter what kind of casseroles you enjoy making (and eating!), you’ll likely find a number of dishes that you just can’t wait to try in this book.

What You’ll Learn How to Make

The book includes modern twists on traditional favorites distinctly 21st Century dishes. Options include:

  • Artichoke Cheddar Squares
  • Beef Stroganoff Casserole
  • Cherry Pecan Breakfast Casserole
  • Chicken and Dumpling Casserole
  • Greek Spinach Pie
  • Italian Baked Polenta
  • My Very Favorite Lasagna
  • Ravioli Casserole
  • Seafood Spaghetti
  • Spicy Shrimp and Grits
  • Thanksgiving Leftover Casserole
  • Many, many another dishes

About the Author

Tiffany Collins is a respected culinary professional who serves as the Culinary Spokesperson for the Texas Beef Council. She also works as a contributing editor and spokesperson for Cooking Light, Southern Living and a number of other food and lifestyle publications.

Special thanks to the book’s publisher, Robert Rose, Inc., for providing me with a review copy of this book.


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