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May 20, 2020 1 min read 1 Comment

Is it possible to up your daily veggie intake without compromising on taste or spending hours slaving over the stove? Yes! This veggie bake recipe will make a great addition to your cookbook while transforming your view of vegetables. 

This vegetable casserole recipe is extremely customizable. You can use any veggies you like: carrots, celery, broccoli, cauliflower, or spinach. We won't judge whatever you choose! Or you can opt for a super quick option and use a frozen chopped vegetable mix. Simply thaw it, add cheese, mayo, and cracker crumbs. Bake it for half an hour, and serve as a side dish. Follow this recipe and learn to make an easy and tasty vegetarian casserole.

Follow this simple vegetable casserole recipe and you will be putting your cast iron casserole dish to good use in no time at all!


Vegetable casserole FAQ

Do you have to thaw frozen vegetables before cooking?

You don't need to thaw them as they will cook in the casserole. However, you should bear in mind that using frozen veggies means that your casserole texture might change. Frozen vegetables contain a lot of water, so your casserole might come out looking more like a vegetable stew. Unless you are aiming for a more watery consistency, we advise using thawed or fresh vegetables.

Enjoyed this recipe and you are ready to start cooking some more? Check out our other dishes, for example this zucchini casserole.

1 Response

Vicki Osburn
Vicki Osburn

June 29, 2021

Just made this for lunch and it’s wonderful!! I’m vegetarian, so I added a can of black beans. Also added a little curry powder. Delicious!!

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