Since vegan casseroles are great for meal prep, feel free to browse these 55+ vegan meal prep recipes on our blog and don’t miss out on our printable vegan protein casserole at the end of this article.
This creamy vegan lasagna is undetectably stuffed with veggies and features simple homemade almond ricotta as well as a high-protein vegan cheese sauce. It’s classic Italian comfort food that’s super hearty and nutritious!
Dinner won’t get much simpler than this plant-based casserole. It basically consists of layered potatoes and broccoli drowned in a homemade cashew sauce that adds lots of flavor and creaminess! Really family-friendly and gluten-free.
This spicy and hearty buffalo chickpea cauliflower casserole is easy to make and requires only 10 ingredients. It’s really delicious, full of fiber and protein and easily adaptable! Make it lower in carbs by using cauliflower rice and spice it to your liking.
With a hint of smoked paprika and sage, this restaurant-like dish is the perfect vegan comfort food and a star of any dinner party without being too heavy. This casserole dish is easy enough for beginners and features a secret portion of veggies!
How gorgeous does this veggie-packed rainbow lasagna look? It’s the perfect dinner centerpiece, super wholesome and oh-so-satisfying. Although it does take some effort to make, it’s really worth it and easily serves 6-8 people.
Perfect as a meatless family meal, this smokey vegan pasta bake is packed with all sorts of deliciously rich, melty and cheesy goodness. What could be better than this casserole during the colder months of the year?
Ready in under an hour, these vegan cabbage rolls are filled with plant-based chorizo, onion, greens, brown rice and topped with loads of salsa plus an irresistible 5-minute cashew cheese! If that doesn’t sound like healthy comfort food to you, I don’t know what does.
Try this vegan version of the traditional comfort food dish for your next hearty dinner! It’s an easy recipe that works for family meals as well as the winter holidays and tastes best when eating it with some rice or crusty bread.
You’ll never believe how rich and incredibly delicious this plant-based green bean casserole is. Made with fresh green beans, homemade cashew cream of mushroom soup and crunchy sourdough croutons, it’s sure to be a star at any table.
When it’s cold outside and all you want to eat is warm comfort food, try this easy casserole dish with layers of roasted eggplant, lentils and mashed potatoes. Creating a well-balanced, nutritious and flavorful meal is so easy with this Moussaka!
This classic dinner is a family favorite and it even gets kids to eat their peas! Creamy noodles with mushroom soup, vegan tuna, and green peas, a golden breadcrumb topping make up this vegan tuna casserole. Try this tasty comfort food!
You won’t believe how easy it is to make these vegan stuffed shells with ricotta and spinach! This dish is a total crowd-pleaser and can even be taken with you to a friend’s house. Plus, it’s assembled in only 15 minutes!
Another easy and quick weeknight dinner is this delicious vegan baked feta pasta. It’s cheesy and gooey with homemade vegan feta yet bright with fresh grape or cherry tomatoes, garlic, fresh basil and tangy kalamata olives.
This modern vegan version of cauliflower gratin features tender cauliflower florets wrapped in a smooth and creamy, dairy-free sauce that includes blended cauliflower. It’s a surprisingly light dish and perfect anytime, from holidays and special occasions to a plain old Saturday night in!
These tangy vegan Buffalo jackfruit enchiladas fill that need for warm and satisfying comfort food! Especially when it’s cold and dark by four in the afternoon, enchiladas are easy and quick to make — and there are so many different flavor options, too.
This super creamy and flavorful vegan casserole dish requires only 7 ingredients and is ready in under 30 minutes. Best served with roast potatoes which you can bake at the same time you put your casserole in the oven, this crowd-pleaser can even be assembled in advance and frozen!
Featuring the meatiest vegan ground beef, lots of black beans, sweet corn and a spicy tomato-based sauce, this delicious Mexican-style vegan rice casserole is a fantastic family dinner idea! You can make it in 30 minutes including baking and melting a generous amount of vegan shredded cheese on top.
What could be more comforting than vegan chili and cornbread all baked into one single casserole? This flavorful and fluffy pie is a wonderful warming meal that can be served all year round and satiates even the largest appetite.
Featuring shatteringly crisp phyllo pastry and a soft, salty, feta and spinach filling baked to golden perfection, this classic Greek recipe is undetectably vegan! Make this delicious casserole dish for your non-vegan guests — they’ll love it.
Believe it or not, this tasty vegan eggplant parmesan recipe has no vegan parmesan cheese in it at all! It’s a healthy, delicious and light casserole dish with simple and wholesome ingredients. Try this Italian dinner for your family!
This family-friendly and satisfying vegan shepherd's pie recipe gets an Indian twist! Loaded with flavorful green lentils which simmered in a tomato sauce with traditional South Asian spices and topped with velvety mashed potatoes — everyone will want seconds of that dinner.
Kids and adults alike love this hearty and satisfying “meat and potatoes” dinner! It’s quick and easy to make with no fussy ingredients required. Tater tots meet vegan ground beef cooked in a delicious sauce and vegan cheese shreds in this recipe.
These delicious and filling vegan casserole recipes are perfect for colder nights and to feed a crowd! Meal prep-friendly, hearty and easy to make, what’s there not to love? The following easy vegan protein casserole is perfect for busy nights and endlessly customizable to your preferences.
Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.