14 Rice Casserole Recipes

rice casserole recipes

Need an easy dinner idea? These rice casserole recipes are the answer! Picky eater approved, you’ll love these easy weeknight casseroles. Plus, there’s no end to the varieties and flavors for rice casseroles. Tuna, chicken, broccoli, hamburger, taco…the list never ends! Check out these family tasted and approved rice casserole recipes!

Cabbage Roll Casserole

Cabbage Roll Casserole

“Cabbage Roll Casserole is an easy family favorite. It combines all the delicious flavors of stuffed cabbage rolls with a lot less time and effort. This delectable casserole makes eight healthy servings and leftovers heat perfectly in the microwave.” - Beth
Black Eyed Pea Casserole

Black Eyed Pea Casserole

“Here in Louisiana we eat rice with everything so it was just natural to incorporate rice in this Black Eyed pea Casserole. We also used a lot of smoked sausage, this seriously gives a nice smoky flavor to any dish. If you have andouille available to you it would work beautifully in this recipe , if not use your favorite smoked sausage. This recipe has all of mine and my husbands favorite flavors in it.” - Debbie
Broccoli And Rice Casserole

Broccoli And Rice Casserole

“This is *amazing* it made even me appear to be a great cook! I shared it on facebook, and several others are singing its praises! I did add bell pepper and onion. Thank you SO much for sharing this!” - Julie
One Pan Greek Lemon Chicken Rice with Roast Garlic

One Pan Greek Lemon Chicken Rice with Roast Garlic

“You won’t believe how easy it is to make this meal and it’s just packed with flavour! It starts off by frying the chicken in a pan until the skin is nice and golden brown, crispy and good! Onions and garlic are then sautéed before adding the rice, broth and heads of garlic and throwing it in the oven to roast until the rice and chicken are both cooked! It’s really that simple!” - Kevin
Connie's Pork Chops Over Rice

Connie's Pork Chops Over Rice

“Delicious! My family loved it and this was SO EASY! I did use pork butt instead of chops because I feel they're moister (fattier!). I also had some leftover cooked rice, so I reduced the minute rice to 1 cup and eliminated the water. I will definitely make this again!” - Marcy
Un Stuffed Peppers

Un Stuffed Peppers

“I love the classic version of stuffed peppers but those sometimes take more than an hour to bake. I've taken all the flavors in my favorite stuffed pepper recipes and made it, well, UN Stuffed.” - Christine
Tuna Rice Casserole

Tuna Rice Casserole

“My Mom used to make this when I was a kid. Quick, easy, and satisfying. Especially on a cold winter evening when you want something hot and heartwarming.” - Julia
Cheesey Broccoli & Chicken Casserole With Crunchy Topping

Cheesey Broccoli & Chicken Casserole With Crunchy Topping

“I made this for a friend and it turned out fabulous. I used Lundberg Wild Rice Blend, added a great flavor to the casserole and a 16 oz. bag of frozen broccoli instead of the Steamfresh. It was delicious and I know it will be a family favorite. Thanks!” - Julie
Fiesta Casserole

Fiesta Casserole

“We love casserole recipes because dinner can be made in a snap. Whether you eat this with a fork or tortilla chips, you'll be in for a treat. It's easy to prepare and is layered with rice, meat, salsa, and cheesy goodness. We thought it had just the right amount of heat, but you can easily adjust that by adding a hotter (or more mild) salsa. Very versatile, this will make its way into your weekly dinner rotation.” - Kitchen Crew
Mom's Chicken Scratch

Mom's Chicken Scratch

“This is a family favorite! My mom made this for me as a kid and I loved it. It's similar to a pot pie but without the veggies. I think its best to season the chicken to your own liking or just leave it plain. Using flavored rice gives this dish an outstanding flavor along with the flaky buttery breading baked on top.” - Whitney
Chicken And Wild Rice Casserole

Chicken And Wild Rice Casserole

“Hail to the dinner casserole! This reminds us of an old-fashioned chicken and rice casserole ... with a twist. Adding mushrooms, pimentos, and wild rice makes this chicken casserole a little extra special. Overall, this dish is creamy and cheesy with great flavor. It's nice to prepare dinner and have meat and veggies combined... a delicious timesaver.” - Kitchen Crew
Broccoli Rice Casserole

Broccoli Rice Casserole

“This simple broccoli casserole is thick, creamy, cheesy and so good. Initially, we were a little concerned about the lack of seasoning, but the cheese and soup add tons of flavor. You can add a bit of salt and pepper when serving, but we thought it was yummy as is. We love the simplicity of this recipe. It's tasty and easy to make... a win, win. Plus, it doesn't make a huge dish which is great if you're not serving a crowd.” - Kitchen Crew
New Year's Day Black-Eyed Pea Casserole

New Year's Day Black-Eyed Pea Casserole

“This casserole is perfect for New Year's Day but, you'll be finding excuses to make it all of the time. Super hearty, it's full of meat, rice, and black-eyed peas. Fresh veggies and Rotel tomatoes add a lot of flavors and a little kick. Layers of gooey cheese holds the casserole together. Even if you don't love black-eyed peas, we think you'll like this casserole. Serve with a side of cabbage for the perfect New Year's Day meal.” - Kitchen Crew
Chinese-Style Hamburger Casserole

Chinese-Style Hamburger Casserole

“Easy, easy, easy weeknight casserole recipe. Once you brown the beef, everything else is a breeze. Thanks to the soy sauce and rice it has an Asian feel. Fresh onions and celery add tons of flavor and texture to this hearty casserole. We loved the addition of mushrooms but they can easily be left out if you're not a fan. This may not be the prettiest dish when served. But, one bite and it will be on your regular dinner menu.” - Kitchen Crew