15 Cabbage Casseroles for Cozy Meals
Available year-round, budget-friendly, and easy to prepare, what's not to love about the humble cabbage? Transform it into comforting casseroles, whether it's unstuffed cabbage "rolls" or cabbage au gratin, with these 15 delicious recipes.
Cabbage Roll Casserole
Cabbage rolls, packed with hearty ground beef and rice, can be tasty, but take a lot of effort. This deconstructed casserole version skips the extra steps and keeps all the flavor.
Cabbage Au Gratin
"This recipe has boiled cabbage, smothered in a creamy white sauce, layers of cheese, then topped with more white sauce and bread crumbs," says creator Pat Bates. It's the ultimate balance of decadent cheese and healthy cabbage.
Forget the pasta, this no-noodle lasagna instead swaps in cabbage leaves. Layers of meat, veggies, cheeses, and sauce make this a stand-out way to serve cabbage.
Golompke (Beef and Cabbage Casserole)
Using a few convenience ingredients get this casserole on the dinner table in no time. Pre-shredded cabbage pairs up with beef, white rice, and canned tomato soup to create a stick-to-your-ribs recipe.
Cajun Cabbage with Rice
You can't beat a one-pan dinner when it comes to saving time cooking and cleaning up afterward. This recipe packs together cabbage, beef, bell peppers, and rice, all in a spicy blend of Cajun seasoning. And don't forget the layer of luscious cheese melted atop!
Haluski - Cabbage and Noodles
A classic Eastern European way to prepare cabbage, haluski pairs the veggie with buttery noodles and onions, then it's baked until just slightly crispy.
Deconstructed Cabbage Roll Casserole
Herbaceous Italian sausage, salty Worcestershire sauce, and tangy tomato sauce are the trio behind making this flavorful casserole. Enjoy all the things you love about cabbage rolls, but with none of the extra hassle.
Pork Chop and Cabbage Casserole
You only need half a dozen ingredients to whip together this impressive all-in-one dish. "My family loved it," says reviewer THOSJOYCE. "Reminds me of my eastern European family "comfort" foods."
Glorified Baked Cabbage
Sometimes when making a casserole, you just have to go for straight up comfort food. This recipe nails it, combining finely chopped cabbage into a rich cheese sauce, topping with breadcrumbs and baking until golden brown.
This cozy casserole has the ability to change the opinions of even the most staunch cabbage haters. Shredded cabbage and carrots are baked up in a buttery Cheddar sauce, making this one easy way to eat your veggies.
Corned Beef and Cabbage Shepherd's Pie
Get the best of both worlds. "This is a combination of my favorite corned beef and cabbage recipe, and my favorite shepherd's pie recipe," says Chef John. "It involves a few extra steps when compared to your traditional boiled beef dinner, but the payoff at the end is well worth the extra effort."
Beth's Scalloped Cabbage
Step aside potatoes, there's a new vegetable to scallop that's just as tasty. Lyn Johnson Coy raves, "Truly excellent! Neither my hubby nor I like cabbage but felt the need to choke some down on New Year's Day and I'm so glad I found this recipe. Heck I may even make it some other time!"
Mennonite Cabbage Potato Kielbasa Bake
The beloved trio of kielbasa, potatoes, and cabbage are conveniently all included in this delicious casserole. "Really great, easy dish to make. I was a little concerned that it wouldn't be flavorful because there wasn't a lot of seasoning in the recipe, but the kielbasa really flavors the whole dish," says reviewer PAZLA.
Coated in a creamy and rich sauce, with a salty cracker topping, you'll love preparing cabbage scalloped style with this decadent recipe.
Corned Beef and Cabbage Casserole
An excellent way to use St. Patrick's Day leftovers, or just to get a hearty meal on the table in under an hour, this recipe is sure to be a hit with the whole family.