Holiday season is on the way, and that means family, fun, and food! It’s probably no mistake that traditional holiday foods tend to be comfort food; after all, it’s cold outside. Casseroles are the perfect comfort food. When you’re cooking for a large group, casseroles can be an amazing way to save time and feed many people. Something I love about them is how you can make them the day before, and reheat them once you’re close to serving time. The more things you can prep the day before, the better! We’ve scoured the internet for some of the most delectable, irresistible casseroles that are sure to make your holiday season something special. And better yet, each of these recipes utilizes either naturally fermented sauerkraut, dill pickles or horseradish, so you can share your love of Bubbies with the whole family!
This recipe is very quick to throw together, making it perfect for a last minute meal or for a busy evening. The great thing about this recipe is that it can be used as a base, and you can customize it very easily! You could use either dill or bread and butter pickles- either would be a hit. Check out more of Allison’s recipes on Butter Is Not A Carb.
This casserole is a take on probably one of the most well-known sauerkraut sandwiches- the Reuben. A great way to get your Rueben sandwich fix and serve lots of people! Check out more recipes at 12 Tomatoes
A great vegetarian option, this casserole is a perfect fall side dish that uses potatoes, sauerkraut, and apples, with a delicious crumble topping. Check out more of Julia’s recipes on Plated Cravings.
This recipe is a take on pierogis, which are dumplings that are filled with various things, often sauerkraut or potatoes. This is another meatless casserole, but it could definitely be altered to include meat if you’d like to add it. See more of Faith’s recipes at An Edible Mosaic.
This casserole is sure to please everyone at the table! Cauliflower is the main ingredient and is bathed in a creamy, cheesy sauce that’s got a bit of a kick from the horseradish. See more of MaryAnn’s recipes at The Beach House Kitchen.