Are you looking for the best gluten free casserole recipes? Whether you’re gluten intolerant or choosing to follow a gluten-free diet for other health reasons, these recipes are absolutely delicious and satisfying.
In fact, anyone will enjoy these without feeling like they’re having to sacrifice flavor. The best part about serving a casserole is that it’s a great way to get several food groups in one dish that the whole family will enjoy on busy weeknights.
But then we also enjoy a side dish casserole. You’ll see both in the list below, and I can attest to the fact that they’re all delicious!
Casserole Main Dish or Side Dish—Classic Comfort Food
All of these gluten-free casserole recipes are what I call comfort food. Whether you cook them in a ceramic casserole dish, metal baking pan, dutch oven, or large skillet, they ease the burden of cooking a meal when you’re exhausted.
If the recipe calls for cream of mushroom soup, either look for it in the gluten-free section of your grocery store or make this delicious homemade cream of mushroom soup.
For those who don’t care for mushrooms, you can also make cream of chicken soup. All you have to do is substitute chicken for mushrooms.
Best Easy Gluten Free Casserole Recipes
All of these recipes for gluten-free casseroles are deliciously gluten-free. In fact, most people won’t even know they’re made without any ingredients that contain gluten … unless you choose to tell them.
It’s super easy to make gluten-free enchiladas because the standard ingredients are made without flour. You can use either homemade or store-bought enchilada sauce.
Serve with a side of tortilla chips, some sour cream, and green onions to complete this meal.
If you have any type of gluten issues, then try this yummy chicken and rice casserole. Make this with fresh-cooked chicken, leftover chicken, canned chicken, or rotisserie chicken.
With a boatload of south-of-the-border flavor, this delicious taco casserole is sure to please the whole family! Easy to make, everyone will appreciate how quickly dinner is on the table. And it’s absolutely wonderful for those who love a lot of flavor!
This delicious breakfast casserole is one that my southern relatives totally approve of. You can use any types of cheese you like in this cheesy gluten free casserole.
It’s good with cheddar cheese, cream cheese, or mozzarella cheese. This is one of my favorite breakfast gluten free casserole recipes because it tastes so good, and it’s super easy.
This has always been one of my family’s favorite recipes, which is a good thing. It’s what I have always liked to make when we had a lot of folks at the dinner table because it’s delicious, filling, and oh-so satisfying!
Made with Tater Tots, ground beef, and a few other ingredients, you can’t go wrong with this one.
Eat your veggies in the most delicious way with this yummy creamed spinach casserole from The Short Order Cook. It’s an easy recipe that your family will ask for often.
This delicious casserole is known by several different names, including “hobo hubby casserole,” and the more basic “hamburger casserole.”
Regardless of what you call it, you’ll enjoy the wonderful blend of ingredients that offer some strong comfort food vibes!
In a hurry to cook dinner? Then try out this delicious frozen burrito casserole, using your favorite frozen, gluten-free burritos that are usually made with corn tortillas rather than the flour version.
You’ll love the fact that they straight from the freezer into a casserole dish with a few other ingredients that are easy to find in grocery stores.
This low-carb, keto-friendly casserole is packed with all kinds of nutrition that you can feel good about feeding your family. The flavors come together so well that no one will even notice that it’s gluten free.
Made as a casserole, this Italian inspired dish gives you the deliciousness you’re looking for but without any meat or gluten. That also means that it’s super budget friendly, so make plenty to enjoy as leftovers the next day.
Fans of twice baked potatoes will love this loaded baked potato casserole. Even if you don’t have gluten issues, you’ll love this delicious gluten free casserole recipe.
It’s one of our favorite side dishes, but you can add more protein and turn it into a main dish. It is so delicious!
This yummy frittata recipe from Taste of Home has all of the makings of a comfort food. Enjoy it for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner. This casserole is wonderful any time of day!
Next time you see canned salmon go on sale, stock up because once you make this delicious casserole, you’ll want to make it often. Loaded with essential nutrients, it’s as good for you as it is tasty. And to top it off, it’s budget friendly So it’s a win-win-win!
The first time I made this delicious casserole, my husband gave me a two-thumbs-up and requested it again in the future … the very near future. It’s delicious and easy, and it’s gluten-free!
Made with a couple of convenience foods and cooked in a Dutch oven, this casserole is a delightful treat that blends tomato sauce and creamy flavors in a meaty sauce with gluten free pasta to make a wonderful meal.
If you don’t have a Dutch oven, you can use a casserole or baking dish instead.
Pork chops are so delicious when cooked with rice and this super easy gluten-free tomato gravy that you’ll need to make enough for everyone to have seconds. This was a family favorite when I was growing up.
Here is another wonderful, budget-friendly casserole that you can make with whatever is in the pantry. Follow the basic formula and add some ground beef to come up with an easy dinner casserole.
Top it off with some gooey cheese to make it even better!
18. Chicken Pot Pie
Fans of this delicious traditional dish can now enjoy it without fear of being “glutened.” This version has no crust on the bottom and a very special crust on top that is totally fine and absolutely wonderful!
So satisfying and delicious, this ham and potato casserole is the perfect family dinner. It’s easy to make and delivers lots of nutrition and comfort.
I like to make extras of this one because the leftovers are just as good as the first time around. And if you want to try something a little different, substitute sweet potatoes for a whole different flavor sensation!
This is an easy casserole recipe that I make with gluten-free bread. It’s perfect for breakfast, brunch, or dinner.
I like to put all of the ingredients in the casserole dish the night before and let the flavors meld overnight. Then all I have to do the next morning is put it in the oven and fry some bacon.
My family has always enjoyed a lasagna dinner. At first, I made it the traditional way in the oven. But as soon as I discovered the slow cooker version, that’s pretty much the only way I cook it now.
So easy. So filling. And so good!
Convenience of Casseroles
I love the fact that most of the casseroles are easy to prepare ahead of time. If you’re a fan of quick dinners like I am, this is an excellent option.
Then an hour or so before time to serve dinner, you can pop them into your oven and then relax until time to serve the meal. The entire family will love sitting down at the table to any of these wonderful casseroles.
Whether you have Celiac disease, a slight gluten intolerance, or simply want to cut back on the amount of gluten you consume, the gluten free casserole recipess will deliver the flavor you love in a casserole.
You can double up all of the above recipes and serve them later. The best way to save a casserole freezer meal, put it in an airtight container or freezer-safe pan and cover with aluminum foil. Thaw overnight in the refrigerator.
Do you ever wonder what to bring to a potluck? Many of these dishes are the perfect option when you need to bring a dish to any get-together.