Roll Into Mealtime with These Seafood Casseroles

Roll Into Mealtime with These Seafood Casseroles


Here’s to another Seafood Sunday, Seafoodies! With the school year in full-swing and the weekdays now blending together, we’ve got a hack for getting dinner on the table without sacrificing flavor or health—seafood casseroles! 

This roundup has something for everyone—whether you’re loading up your baking dish with salmon, shrimp, tuna or oysters, there’s a flavor, style and preference for everyone. 

Sure, casseroles have been around for a long time, but our picks are loaded with flavor, nutrients and convenience. Plus, these casseroles are just the right mix of healthy protein and fiber-rich carbohydrates, like veggies and whole grains. By serving a seafood casserole, you’ll be one meal closer to meeting the  recommended 2 to 3 servings of seafood a week. Plus, the best things about casseroles are the leftovers. 

Here’s our seafood casserole roundup!

Cheese and Crab Brunch Bake

When flavors come together and make a dish stand out, it’s a culinary masterpiece, like this Cheese and Crab Brunch Bake. It’s so delicious, you’ll wish you could enjoy it every day. 

Cheese and crab baked dish
Get the recipe here. 

Salmon and Potato Bake

Here’s a satisfying, budget-friendly recipe that will feed four generously—Salmon and Potato Bake! Or, if you want to try something different, how about this salmon bake made with gnocchi, cream cheese, chili and lemon? With so many options, this dish is guaranteed to be a weeknight regular!

Salmon Bake
Get the recipe here. 

Makeover Shrimp and Rice Casserole 

Everyone loves a good makeover, and this casserole is no exception! There are many ways to prepare a shrimp and rice casserole—this just happens to be one of our favorites. If you’re a fan of a little heat, dice up some jalapenos and toss in or shake a little cayenne in while cooking. 

Get the recipe here. 

Oyster Casserole

If you crave something different tonight, try this oyster casserole. This could be a great side dish because it eats like an oyster dressing, oyster pie or scalloped oysters. No matter how you serve this one it’s sure to be a new family classic!

Get the recipe here. 

Easy Tuna Casserole 

Speaking of family staples, we’re ending our list of favorites with a dish that screams comfort food. Brimming with peas, celery, creamy mushroom and egg noodles, this flaky tuna casserole may just inspire you to wrap yourself up in a blanket and sit by the fire.

Get the recipe here. 



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